Wednesday, August 28, 2013
I was finally able to get my hands on the Fuji X100s camera. Having only seen the reviews on the camera I knew I wanted one. For a long while now I have wanted a camera I can bring with me everywhere, something small and unobtrusive, yet packed full of high quality features. A camera that I can use to record my own life and not just the lives of others while I'm working. This, for me, is that camera. I have had it less than 24 hours and has taken a bit of getting used to. Having used Canon DLSR's for my professional life, I can pick one up and am set right out of the gate. This is different. It forces me to slow down a bit and think about things more. The color quality and lens quality seem really great. The focus isn't exactly the fastest thing but I'm sure I'll get used to it. It's never going to replace my workhorse Canon cameras but it sure is fun, and will be a great travel camera. Below are some of my first images with the camera. Toy Camera filter...probably won't be using this much but fun to play around with.
Posted by Chris Bergin