Fujifilm X-T2 review

I've had my X-T2 for just over 3 months as I write this, and used it extensively, particularly during a week long holiday in Malta, so I'm confident that I now have enough experience with it to have something meaningful to say. I'll be honest, though, this is mostly just my thoughts on things I value in cameras. First, some context I'll say upfront that this review (if you can even call it that) won't be comparing the camera to contemporary DSLRs or other mirrorless cameras from Sony, Olympus et al. I've not used those, so don't have any valid »

One Camera, One Lens, One Year: The Beginning

I've previously written about the use of my Fuji X-E1 and XF 35mm f/1.4 lens, and how it still doesn't feel completely natural. This project is, in part, an attempt to overcome that. Mike Johnston of The Online Photographer wrote a post last year specifying the details of the project, and I'm going to stick to it with one exception: instead of printing the photos, I'm going to choose one photo to work on, then output it from whatever editor I'm using (Capture One Pro 8, which I plan to stick with) and add it to a draft »

Holiday camera: Fuji X-E1 and XF 35mm

As mentioned in my Day 1 post, I took my Fuji X-E1 and XF 35mm f⁄1.4 lens to Malta for a week. I limited myself to just the one prime lens for two reasons, the main one being size and weight. The 35mm is quite a light lens, and given I spent most of my time with it in my hand (secured with a Gordy’s wrist strap), that was certainly a point in its favour. Plus, although with the hood it sticks out a bit, it’s nevertheless still small enough to easily fit in my »