I have probably said this before, but what is is about equipment releases that makes some people rush out and buy the latest model and then post how much better it is than the previous model? I have been reading a thread on another forum for the Fuji XT4 and why it blows the XT3 and XT3 out of the water. Some have apparently owned every XT model. I have steadily upgraded my Canon cameras over the years and only one is in the current range, and that is 6 years old. I started to process some of my images taken on a 40D ten years ago at the weekend using the latest software and I was pleasantly surprised how good they were. Yes my newer models have more dynamic range, better AF and low light performance, but in decent conditions the difference is not great, at least not to me. Perhaps if I was any good. In 10 years time, how will the current crop of cameras be rated? We have a picture in our local office of one of the students who participated in the 2008 Olympics. Probably taken on a Canon 1D ... but it still looks great to me.