Last weekend I time-traveled back to the early 70s. I visited a nuclear plant which is located just about 25km away from my home but I don’t need to worry: We never turned it on! But lets give you some historical facts. The plant was constructed in 1969 and built in between 1974 to 1976. After a 2 years of pre-checks it was time to ask the people of Austria if it should go in full operation. To the puzzlement of the government the people decided not to do so. It was a very close vote (50,47% against the plant) but it was final. The plant remained closed. Continue reading this amazing post by “little big traveling camera” filled with a glorious set of images and one helluv of a story – here. Enjoy. Photo Credit: littlebigtravelingcamera.com
Captured with the Fuji X-T1 and Fujinon 35mm F/2 R WR As the days get shorter and light go aways my eyes wander in different directions. I’m always viewing my surroundings, scoping the scenes, always looking to make a picture or tell a story∗
Getting my feet wet again with street photography and testing the autofocus of the Fujinon 35mm f/2 R WR. The lens snaps into focus instantly with no delay whatsoever. Its worth mentioning that the aperture ring on this lens has the perfect amount feel to it, its the best of any Fuji XF lens I’ve ever used. It’s not to easy to turn but not to hard, it’s just the right amount of tactile feel. Couple these features with no lens shatter and it being weather resistant and amazing sharpness and I suspect this 35mm is well on the way of being another Fuji classic. How about that for a Fujinon 35mm (EFOV 50mm) lens combination!
Fujinon XF 35mm F2.0 WR First Impressions The new Fujinon XF 35mm F2.0 WR is Fuji’s latest addition to its lens line up. The past rumors proved to be right after all and Fuji decided to make a sharp super fast focusing 35mm lens but this time F2.0 and weather resistant (WR). I don’t believe this new lens replaces what many already consider to be a classic, the highly esteemed and already well proven Fujinnon XF 35mm 1.4R, but on the contrary, compliments the Fujinon lens lineup for different photography applications.