No, it's a digital camera. They're all complicated and fiddley - even the point-and-shoot type.
Sometimes, I get the feeling that in the film era the choices were much simpler, and the camera was - at least potentially - a tool designed to help the photographer realize his/her vision.
But in the modern era, it's as though the designers don't even actually take photographs themselves, but feel compelled to produce the device with the most menus, buttons, and choices - regardless of whether they are of practical application in assisting the photographer.
Here is a little Fujifilm & Adobe Roundup for you. Check it out down below. hoppmann (original German version) – Lightrooms new “enhanced details” for Fuji X Trans files thomasfitzgeraldphotography – My Fuji Lightroom Guide Updated
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I have both the X-T2 and the X-T3 and I find myself going to the X-T2 more often. Not sure why but it's something I've noticed that I do. I like the X-T3 but love the X-T2. It's seems maybe simpler. I just thought if I gave that info it may help a little to make your decision.