The X-T2 at home with a Manfrotto neckstrap.
The Fuji X-T2 is a superbly designed and made digital camera. It has a substantial feel to it and everything works. The quality of the Fuji prime lenses is superb and when used on this camera, produces some stunning images. My first Fuji was an X-E2 rangefinder and I do love a rangefinder: the experience with this camera led me to buy a Fuji GW690 but I missed using the SLR form camera that I had learned on (a Nikon FM) and so I bought the X-T2.
The Julian Alps, Fuji X-T2. 3-image stitch, XF 35mm f/2 prime lens
I have not seen any reason to upgrade to the newer versions of the X-T camera, although I am tempted by the GFX cameras. If I do take that leap (and it's not on the horizon), I am unlikely to part with this incredible camera.
The iconic Buachaille Etive Mór taken from the River Coupall. Taken with an XF 16mm lens on the X-T2.