Ian Norman is one of the most trusted bloggers and photographers when it comes night photography. His countless articles and reviews written from an astro-photographer’s perspective are very useful for anybody interested in captuing the Milky Way and starry skies.
While traveling in Europe, Ian published an interesting article where he tests the flagship Fujifilm X-T2 for urban landscapes after dusk. Paired with the Samyang 35mm f1.2, he shares some lovely images London and Edinburgh by merging multiple images to create high resolution panoramas. Ian also shares his impressions about the camera concerning its handling as well as the image quality.
The Fujifilm X-T2 is a very fun camera to use, particularly for manual methodical shooting. (…) The low-light performance and image quality of the camera lives up to the great Fujifilm reputation and resembles that of the X-T1 but with greatly improved resolution.
You can read Ian Norman’s article on his Lonely Speck website.