Everyone hates the Sigma DP Merrill camera because they are a pain to use. So many quirks. I love them. They aren't as quick and easy to use as the Fuji X series or the Ricoh GR or any other P&S type camera. They are not good in low light situations past ISO 800 unless you use it in B&W, and it's best to use a tripod. But the resulting files when you take the time to get to know these battery sucking beasts are quite phenomenal and nothing comes close to the details or 3D effect "Kodachrome film" look of these cameras. Pixel peepers will have their jaws drop when they zoom in. Leaves look like leaves, not blotches. Fur on my dog looks like individual fur strands and not smeared. So choosing one of these cameras isn't a matter of convenient shooting. It's a matter of top quality results from methodically slow calculated shooting. This camera is intended for landscape and street in better lighting conditions, and on a tripod. Of course I bucked that trend and take pictures of my dog.
Fuji Canada was kind enough to lend me a review copy of the Fuji X-T10 to use this summer. I shot with this camera at a wedding, on several portrait assignments, at a concert, on several days of street photography, and during a vacation. This real world usage will be the foundation for this review.…
The New Pocket Camera of Choice There is a problem in the camera industry, and only a few companies rise above the rest to overcome it. What is that problem, you ask? It is that most camera are designed by engineers, not photographers. What this means is that we can end up with some quite [Read More]
If you wanted to know about this wide angle lens, here’s my Fuji 10-24mm review. All images shot on an XT1. Introduction To first start the review, I must say something, I’m probably positively biased because I am a big fan of wide angles. Besides landscape uses I find that most tend to shy away from …
(Fuji X-T1 with the Fujinon 35mm f/2 lens, 7 image stitched panorama, provia) Fuji Canada was kind enough to send me a review copy of the new Fujinon 35mm f/2 lens the week it was released, but then a funny thing happened: Life took over, in a big way. Friends with illnesses, unexpected travel,…
Page 1 of 4 - X-Pro2 "turn camera off and back on" error with FM 1.01 - posted in Fuji X-Pro 1 / Fuji X-Pro 2: Anyone still getting the turn camera off and back on error on the X-Pro2 with firmware 1.01? Settings do NOT reset but camera freezes up and you have to turn it off and back on to get it functioning again. This has happened with both the 35mm F2 and the 18mm F2.
I was recently contacted by David who had read my initial blog entry about the new X-Pro2, who asked if I’d come to any conclusions about the X-Pro2 over the X-T1. As I've been using the X-Pro2 now for a couple of weeks and did a two-day shoot in Dorset recently, its probably time for an update and for me to hold up my hand and say which camera I prefer or think is best.
There is no doubt the X-Pro2 is a lovely camera it feels solid and comfortable in your hand and has remained true to
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