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So, you’ll see here the Fujifilm X-T1 Silver Graphite Edition tested for two weeks, solely in the arena of street cat photography; just me, the X-T1, and a whole lot of Japanese cats. This review focuses solely on shooting stills, and though I’m not much of a videographer, you can catch a glimpse of this camera’s video quality as you witness a Tokyo department store’s opening ceremony. All images here are JPG from RAW, straight from the camera an...
You can read my original review of the X100S and my second-look at the X100S for all the details, which I won’t repeat here. Well, for Christmas, I bought myself the newer model: The Fuji X100T. Now maybe you’re wondering: Phil, why would you buy another expensive camera that’s almost identical to one you already own (and which has flaws that drive you crazy?) Good question. I bought the X100T because Fuji added the one feature that I thought was...
My latest video essay for the X100C Collective is now online and is titled "Carrelet". This time I worked exclusively with the WCL-X100 adapter which transforms the X100T into a 28mm f/2 camera.
A couple weeks ago I bit the bullet and decided to upgrade my Fuji x100s to the new x100T. As luck would have it I've been busy and haven't really had time to put it though it's paces until this past weekend. My daughter Summer had a modeling job for Ryubu, an upscale department store here in Okinawa, and I had some time on my hands, so off I went to wander the streets of Naha. :)
Let me begin by saying that one thing is certain. Whether it’s day one, day 30 or day 90, the X-T1 is still (in my mind) the APS-C image quality champ. No other camera in its class can deliver better IQ. I continue to be amazed when I shoot, load some images into Lightroom, and discover that my images are as sharp, crisp, clean, etc as they have ever been. You’d think I’d get used to being amazed by the quality, but it never gets old.
I'm back in Tokyo with my family for a mini vacation, and for my daughter to see Taylor Swift in concert this Wednesday. Yeah I'm a great dad like that. �� Lucky for me I also just upgraded my Fuji x100s to the new x100T, and I've been dying to break it in. Fuji cameras are famous for great color, and I can't think of a more colorful city to show off those colors than Tokyo. My daughter wanted to visit Dean & Deluca in Yurokucho, so while my wif...