Patrick Leong of Finding Range recently published a review of the Fujinon 16-55mm f/2.8. In addition to a nice variety of photographs taken around New York City that give you a good idea of what the lens can do, Patrick covers all aspects regarding the lens including build quality, sharpness, bokeh, autofocus performance and overall optical quality.
Back when Fujifilm X-Photographer Michael Schaake was also a Nikon user, he used to take part in workshops for photographing dogs in action with the X-T1 and D750. As he states in his article, he achieved very different results with the two brands: I had the X-T1 and the D750 with me. The X-T1 gave me around 45% in focus […]
One of our favourite premium compacts is the Fujifilm X70. Thanks to its 28mm fixed focal length, it is an excellent companion for a variety of genres from street to landscapes to environmental portraits. What’s more, it is the only Fujifilm camera to feature a tilting touchscreen, which is extremely useful for taking photos at challenging angles. […]
When Johann van der Walt arrived in Morocco for this year’s GPU biennial photography congress, he never imagined that his checked baggage would go missing for four days, along with all his battery chargers. Having brought only a couple of batteries for his Fujifilm cameras, he was forced to conserve the battery life as much as possible, using different techniques he’d discovered […]
The Fujifilm X-T2 is the long-awaited successor to the X-T1, whose enormous success two and a half years ago caught everyone, including Fujifilm itself, by surprise. With an updated hybrid autofocus system, 4K video and a 24MP X-Trans III sensor, it only has one primary target in mind: DSLR users who wants to switch to […]