Solving for X: Algebra of the Fujifilm X-System | John W. Griggs | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


Another day, another camera system... Remember: all my reviews are user experience based. I don't shoot test charts or do measurements. I take photos and make prints. My goal is to have my work hanging in peoples homes and businesses – not to be a "professional" reviewer or photographer. In this blog post I'm going to stop short of a full review of a specific camera or lens – I am instead reviewing the system itself and explaining why I think it's worth a look and why I shoot it. What Happened to Micro Four Thirds, John? Nothing happened to it – I just don't shoot it any more. It's still out there, it's still excellent and it's still a great choice. It gets better all the time and it's still, in my opinion, the best choice for "hybrid photography" combining motion and stills. I've made another choice and I'll explain why as I go through this review. First, lets talk a little about Fujifilm's new "X" cameras in case you don't know much about them. Skim down if you don't need my take on Fujifilm.....