LoXia – Zeiss for Fuji X

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 […]

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Mitakon 35mm f/0.95 Review

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.

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And So It Begins. …Again

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.

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