Since you’re reading this post, I’m going to assume you’re as much a Fuji fan as I am and are familiar with the Zeiss Touit series. If not, I’ll give you a quick breakdown: Zeiss introduced the Touit line mid 2013 with a 32mm f/1.8 and a 12mm f/2.8, both available in a Fuji X […]Read more "LoXia – Zeiss for Fuji X"
You may or may not have heard about this odd little lens that is among the fastest lenses available in a native Fuji X mount. It’s a 35mm f/0.95 hyper prime made by a company in Hong Kong called Mitakon. There’s a shortage of information on this lens, especially in regards to Fuji X cameras. This post is going to focus on the usability and image quality of this prime lens and hopefully provide enough information for you to decide if it’s a good lens to add to your own kit.Read more "Mitakon 35mm f/0.95 Review"
As most X100 owners know, there’s a degree of fashion and style associated with the pseudo-rangefinder. The camera is beautiful which encourages congruent accessories. I purchased my original X100 with the genuine Fujifilm X100 Leather Case which fit well and worked fine.Read more "A Closer Look at the Leicatime X100 Leather Case"
My affair with Fuji began several years ago. I was a die hard Nikon shooter that had progressed all the way up to a D700 with a slew of lenses, a massive battery grip, wired trigger, several SB-900s, and pretty much anything else I thought I needed. Let me get something out of the way before I go too far. I have GAS. That’s Gear Acquisition Syndrome.Read more "And So It Begins. …Again"