I currently have both Fuji and Nikon gear. This is as follows; Nikon; D800 20mm f1.8 28mm f1.8 50mm f1.8 85mm 1.8 70-300 f4.5-5.6 VR Tamron 24-70 f2.8 VC Fuji; XT-1 XE-1 XF 10-24 f4.0 XF 18-55 f2.8-4 XF 27 2.8 XF 55-200 f3.5-4.8 I also have a few accessories for both including flashes, remotes, filters, batteries etc. Currently I tend to pick up the Fuji gear as it is light and I do like the tactile controls. Image quality wise it is really very good. The system is simple to use and above all enjoyable. As for the Nikon gear: it is capable of outstanding results. The resolution if fantastic. Their f1.8 primes are great and superb value. The Tamron 24-70 is also excellent. It is heavier, obviously. It also requires more setting up for me and the way I tend to go out. With the new Fuji XT-2 and its 24MP sensor it has set me thinking as it now is a lot closer to the high resolution of the D800. I really like both systems but feel the need to rationalise and "sweat the asset" of one system. Probably the one I am most likely to use or want to take with me. So, do I sell on the Nikon gear and buy an XT-2 with at least another quality prime (either the 16mm f1.4 or 90mm f2.0) or sell the Fuji gear and perhaps add a long zoom (Tamron or Sigma 150 - 600)? It is a hobby for me and I do mostly shoot landscapes and occasionally flora plus whatever happens to be around at the time. Most of you have seen my images with both systems. Interesting choice. What is your opinion?