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The Fuji x100s in the hands of a Boudoir Photographer | Carlo Nicora

The Fuji x100s in the hands of a Boudoir Photographer | Carlo Nicora | Fujifilm x100s | Scoop.it
Is the Fuji x100s really a compact camera? You may know already that I have personally fallen in love with the new Fuji X series. The X-Pro1 had become my main body, replacing the Canon 5D Mk II. I said “had become“, because the there is a new kid on the block who totally stole my heart. The Fuji x100s arrived on the scene thanks to a kind loan from Fuji and made its big brother look chunky, big and slow. Everything I had to get used to with the X-Pro1 have been fixed or improved in the Fuji x100s. The question is: would I use the Fuji x100s professionally for our Boudoir Photography?Fuji x100s: kudos to FujiThe Fuji x100s is a beautiful camera. What do I think the “s” at the end of its name stand for? “Steroids“? “Super“? “Simply brilliant“? All of those. This camera is the natural extension of my hands and eyes. The Fuji x100s is a tiny camera, unobtrusive yet powerful. Do you remember the “pain points” I underlined while reviewing the X-Pro1? Fuji worked hard on those. The Fuji x100s is free from them. The focus speed is truly impressive. It still struggle under certain circumstances, as while backlighting your subject, but it is from another planet in comparison with the previous one. The other point I noticed that was solved is the lag between the pressing of the buttons. This little camera is quick, and when you press the button, it clicks. Would I use the Fuji x100s professionally for our Boudoir Photography? I am already doing it! ....
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Fuji X100S Hands-on Review. – Eduardo Angel

Fuji X100S Hands-on Review. – Eduardo Angel | Fujifilm x100s | Scoop.it
I’ve put this lit­tle thing through every imag­in­able shoot­ing sit­u­a­tion, and tried most, if not all, of its set­tings, shoot­ing more than 8,200 images on four dif­fer­ent assign­ments in 5 coun­tries in less than a month’s time. And yeah, I know, I’m almost a year late to the Fuji party. But, as I tell my stu­dents who seem to be mag­ne­tized to the flat­iron build­ing after mov­ing to New York, it doesn’t mat­ter if other peo­ple have pho­tographed or writ­ten about the same sub­ject that you are inter­ested in. It’s excit­ing to see how each of us uniquely inter­prets our sur­round­ings. So, here are my per­sonal impres­sions of the Fuji X100S.
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Fujifilm X100s | Not only Street Photography - Dennis Berti | Chio Garcia | Mexico | Cabo Wedding Photographers | Destination Wedding Photographers

Fujifilm X100s | Not only Street Photography - Dennis Berti | Chio Garcia | Mexico | Cabo Wedding Photographers | Destination Wedding Photographers | Fujifilm x100s | Scoop.it
“ I’m incredibly happy with my Fujifilm X100s, i think is the best carry-on mirrorless camera in the market, super light, silent and with this vintage style that i really love.”
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