I have been looking forward to the release of the new Fujifilm X-Pro2 for quite some time and I was extra excited to be part of the UK team of photographers who had access to pre-production copies of Fujifilm's flagship camera.
The Fujifilm X100 series offers a 35mm field of view. This medium-wide lens is perfect for documentary photography from landscapes through to group or wide portraits.
Anyone who flicks through the digital pages of this website will know I am a massive fan of prime lenses. Prime lenses were always been credited as being sharper than their zoom lens equivalent.
Over the last month I have been testing out the Fujifilm XF 16mm f/1.2 WR lens alongside the freshly released Fujinon XF 16-55mm F2.8 R LM WR lens.
When shooting landscape images over a period of a few days, one of my biggest anxieties comes from protecting my Lightroom image library especially when out on the rougher terrains.
The Fujifilm X100T is the 3rd generation of the brilliant retro-styled X100 camera. The X100 was the camera that first attracted me to Fujifilm and to mirrorless photography back in early 2011.
My big photography frustrations don't come from my camera or the process of capturing images but actually come at the post production stage and managing my computer, peripherals and storage devices.
"Would the X Range replace my DSLR?" a common question, for this reason I have decided to list just ten reasons why the Fujifilm X range is my first stop camera system :
Holiday travel was my initial motivation for purchasing the Fujifilm X100. The desire to travel light yet retain the ability to capture high quality images was the immediate appeal of the little X range camera.