It is difficult to define lens character sometimes, it is very subjective, but it's easy to see that the Summaron has a more classical rendering. It has lower contrast and a softer look than modern lenses, and it's great for black and white images. I like the fact it has a unique signature, in comparison, some modern lenses can be a little too clinical, or dare I say soulless.Read More
In my opinion, this camera is a perfect travel companion, you not only get to travel light, but also have a full frame camera capable of unbelievable image quality at your disposalRead More
This is a camera that has a cult following amongst street photographers, and after using it for about 6 months, I can see why it has endeared itself to street shooters around the world.Read More
After being a X-series shooter for almost 4 years, I feel like I can finally come up with a list of my 3 favourite lenses. The trio that is in heavy rotation are XF35mm f/2, XF56mm f/1.2, and XF14mm f/2.8.
This little guy packs a big sensor that is capable of great image quality, and it's also the first X-series camera that is truly pocketable.Read More
The X-Pro2 is one of the most anticipated new cameras in 2016. On paper, it seems to check all the right boxes, but does it deliver on its promises and meet the high expectations?Read More
This lens now occupies the number one spot on my wishlist, and hopefully it would occupy a spot in my bag the next time I go on a trip. Thanks for stopping by! I wish everyone a great year full of Kodak moments, or rather Fujifilm moments in 2016!Read More
This lens has retro good looks and feels incredibly solid and well made, at the same time, it is very compact and lightweight. By pairing it up with the X-T1, it gives me a weather resistant kit that is ready for anything.Read More