The Fujifilm Finepix X100F (Affiliate link) – briefly X100F – is Fujifilms fourth (=F) iteration of the cult camera X100. The Web and YouTube are full of praise and emotional love letters for the X100. It is a camera that wants to be touched, picked up, handled, used. It looks gorgeous yet harmless and inconspicuous. The classical controls, with an aperture ring on the lens, a shutter speed dial and a dedicated exposure compensation dial, and numerous configurable buttons let experienced photographers cheer. No PASM dial, no cryptical multi-function dials, everything is immediately “there”.
Abisko National Park, North Sweden
Located in Sweden close to the Norwegian border between Kiruna and Narvik. All shots taken with the Sony NEX-7 and the 18-200 Superzoom (Sony, 1st version). All images are OOC JPEGs.
Berlin Alexanderplatz is a good place to walk around with a camera. Interesting people everywhere, and nice views. The Fuji X100 worked beautifully, as always. So much fun!
No, it really doesn’t need a fast prime lens to shoot nice images. Superzooms do not necessarily ruin everything. Here are a few shots, all OOC JPEGs, taken during the summer holiday in Ticino, southern Switzerland. All but one taken with the 18-200 Sony Superzoom on an NEX-7. The shot of the statue was also made with the NEX-7, but with an adapted Contax G 45 mm f2.0 Planar.
Sony NEX-7 with the SEL18-200 Superzoom. Processed with Filterstorm on the iPad.
Shots taken with a Sony NEX-7 and an adapted Contax G 90 mm f2.8 Sonnar (1, 2, 4 and 5) and the Sigma 30 mm f2.8 (3)
Locarno, street photography, July 2012, #1Taken with a Fuji X100
Natter tries to swallow a giant toad
Some wildlife photography, for a change. A natter (Natrix Natrix )tries to swallow a huge toad. The toad was about the size of a roasted chicken and obviously ‘a bit’ too large for that dumb snake. All involved parties, including the photographer, survived without any serious injuries.
The shots and some videos were taken near Ronco, Ticino, Switzerland.