Fujifilm X-T3 Review – Next generation X

In the midst of more camera companies stepping up and entering the mirrorless camera market with full frame cameras galore, Fujifilm is launching its next generation APS-C. And make no mistake, the X-T3 is indeed next generation APS-C mirrorless.   The debacle will be inevitable....

Fujinon XF8-16mm f/2.8 mini review – A wider shade of Fujifilm

Just when I thought I’d get around to posting more personal work stuff in between reviews, the time flew by, and Fujifilm decided to release not just one, but two amazing new lenses into the wild. So yet again, I’m bound by this desire to...

Fujinon XF200mm f/2 mini review – The Crown jewel of X

Fujifilm made sure to announce lenses at both ends of focal length spectrum today. (You can find my mini-review of the XF8-16mm f/2.8 R LM WR here) – And boy have I been blown away by both of these lenses. I’ve had very limited time...

Fujifilm X-T100 Review – Quality on a budget

Here we go again. These Fujifilm camera first look reviews has become quite the theme for me, apparently. I do wish that I would get more time to update the blog with other stuff than Fujifilm releasing a new camera, but it’s just the way...

So I bought a Pentax

So I bought a Pentax. A 6×7. A beast of a camera. The mirror slap alone can knock over a semi-large cow if the wind is right. The quality of the images from this camera is beyond belief. It’s film and glas. It’s marvellous. I...

Mudslide

I’m way behind on blogging. I know this. Recently it has been all about the reviews. They take a lot of time for me to write, so the personal blogging stuff gets pushed aside a bit. Today we spent some time with some dear friends,...

Going extrawide – The Laowa 9mm f/2.8 review

Now this is something I’ve been looking forward to sharing with you all for a little while now. For the past 2 months I have been using a lens from the Chinese lens manufacturer Venus Optics. They have a line of lenses called “Laowa” –...

X-Pro2 Infrared Vampire Camera

Without the spring blooms, the summer sunshine, and the autumn colors, winter is the time to embrace black and white. With its black and white film simulations, Fujis produce beautiful monochromatic images. But sometimes I like to push the dark and moody even further by...

The Fujifilm X-H1 review – Technicalitus Maximus

Here we go again. With what has apparently become “my thing” in Fujifilm circles. Today I get to write about the new Fujifilm X-H1 APS-C camera. What I think is great about it, and what is not so great about it. This camera is all...