Life is varied and everywhere. People doing all sorts of stuff. In Sydney near Hyde Park there is always an entertaining outdoor chess game being played with all sorts of characters. Took the chance to capture a few random moments.
How did I not buy this camera earlier? I love the organic output it produces, and paired with the Fuji 35mm f1.4 lens it produces incredible files – jpeg and processed raw files. For me output is the most more important factor in creating an image. The files from this camera and lens combination are sublime, easily edited (both raw and jpeg), and the camera is fun to use. The following images were all shot with the 35mm f1.4 lens which creates sharp images with great contrast. Click images for bigger. Enjoy.
I was hesitant before buying this camera. I waiting for 12 months to see if all the hype and gusto was going to fade. But it didn’t. In fact it just amplified. Then only recently Fujifilm created a firmware update that made the camera even more useful. Well that was it, decision made. It’s now mine.
Having owned many Fuji bodies in the past, plus a number of Fuji and legacy glass, I was familiar and very happy with what Fuji provided. But I still kept my dslr kit. Not any longer. This camera has replaced the dslr for me, for now. Well done Fuji. Here are some images captured with the XT2 in recent weeks. Click for bigger view. Enjoy.
I’m late to the XPro1 party. Very late. But I’m not disappointed. This camera with its older XTrans sensor is capable of some stunning images when paired with the great lineup of Fuji lenses. Although many tend to praise it for its people pictures, its very capable of taking wonderfully rich and divine landscape shots…even with the 18-55mm kit lens. Yes the AF is slower than the latest bodies, however it’s had some firmware updates that make the AF improve significantly. Check out these shots with that lens. Enjoy and click pictures for larger view.