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Brilliant Performer | The Fujinon XF 18-55mm Zoom | Patrick La Roque

Brilliant Performer | The Fujinon XF 18-55mm Zoom | Patrick La Roque | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it


I’ll put my cards on the table right away: I’ve developed a slightly tumultuous relationship with zooms. They’re very useful tools but I’ve come to realize they also tend to drive me into what I’d call visual laziness. When I decided to jump to the X system as my one and only kit, I also embraced the fact that I’d be shooting with nothing but primes. In fact much of that decision was coloured by my experience with the X100’s fixed focal length and the way it affected my shooting reflexes. Not that this was anything new: I used Nikon primes as well....


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Andrei Nicoara's comment, April 25, 2013 9:00 AM
a really great review, thanks!
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I love this Camera, I hate this Camera | Robert Milici

I love this Camera, I hate this Camera | Robert Milici | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it


I’ve been thinking a lot lately about selling my X-Pro 1, especially since the introduction of the X100s. I bought the XP a year ago to try to spark my love of photography, and boy did it ever. But lately my work is going in a direction that the XP really has trouble. F


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A Matter of Character .... not Just Another Camera Review | Luminous Landscape

A Matter of Character .... not Just Another Camera Review | Luminous Landscape | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it

 

A friend of mine used to own a Jaguar. In fact he owned a series of Jags during the '70s and '80s. This was a time when Jaguar quality control was – how shall I put it – less than perfect? At the time I was driving German and Japanese made cars, and only visited the dealership for oil changes. Al on the other hand knew the Jag dealership's mechanics by their first names. He knew their freek'n kids first names. He had to. He spent a lot of time hanging out in the garage with them, frequently on weekends. Poor Al, right? But, when we went anywhere together we took his car. Why? Because, as he claimed, the Jag had "character", and I completely agreed with him. 

 


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