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Posts from the “Fujifilm X-Series” Category

Red Dusk

Posted on July 18, 2014

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Getting reacquainted with the Fuji X-E2 has been a real pleasure. After having tried a few X-series cameras I must say this has been my favorite so far. With the right accessories it transforms into a jack of all trades. You want an X100/s experience, then throw the XF 27mm on. Want a bit more reach, then the rest of the lens line-up is ready for any tasks.

Fuji X-E1 still rocks it

Posted on June 26, 2014

So, I recently processed these three images with usual workflow of ACR and Photoshop CC but this time I used a 15′ Mac Book Pro (Retina) and I was shocked at the level of detail these screens pump out. I’m now posting these from my Mac Book Air (yes a later 203 model) and they don’t look quite the same but one thing is still true and that is that the X-E1 is still a great camera and a great starter for anyone looking to get into the Fuji X-series cameras.