A few weeks ago I posted that I had been hired to film a national dog show competition outside of Philadelphia. I was anxious about the viability of using my X-T2 for such a prominent assignment and asked advice about how to best guarantee results with the moving targets (dogs and handlers). There were various answers. One suggested simply: "Why not just borrow/rent a video camera designed for just that purpose?" So I did; a friend loaned me his Panasonic HC-X1000 4K video camera. It had dual 128GB memory cards and a five hour battery. Things started out well. It was supposed to be a three hour breeze; however, because of the sheer mass of last minute entries, it turned into a 6 1/2 hour marathon. The camera started glitching early with various "Error" messages and shut down at crucial times, causing me to lose some important footage when I could least afford to do so. Finally in frustration I laid aside the "pro" camera and pulled out my X-T2 with the 50-140 lens and AF-C settings already laid in place. With the way that mirrorless cameras use up batteries I was constantly refeeding it (need to buy a battery grip!). But the X-T2 saved the day. It didn't miss a shot. In postprocessing in Final Cut Pro, I found that I preferred the footage from the Fuji and that the focus stayed true nearly all the time. I'll keep practicing video with the X-T2 and increasing confidence and competence in it. Thanks for all your helpful suggestions and encouragement.