19 Jan Coming Home – The new Fujifilm X100f
Source: Ian Macdonald Photography
On October 27th I received a message from my friends at Fujifilm Canada, asking me if I would like to be one of fifty Official Fuji X Photographers worldwide that would participate in project Aquarius… the successor to the Fuji X100T.
I have said many times before that the X100 series was a catalyst of change in my life, and I was excited (and humbled) to be included in the amazing group of artists who would be the first to work with the new X100F. Even though I was fortunate to be involved with both the X-Pro2 and X-T2 launches, the successor to the X100T is the camera that I have been waiting for.
On November 16th we had a conference call to discuss the project and shortly thereafter a plain white box arrived on my doorstep via courier. Seconds later I was holding one of the first X100F cameras ever to be released into the world. It was time to get started.
Since that day I have spent a lot of time with the X100F: shooting on the street, working on several documentary projects, and of course using it on my travels. As of this writing, I have put over 3,000 frames through this camera, and I am excited to finally have the opportunity to share some thoughts on it outside of the Aquarius team. It feels a little like Christmas, just a month late and with the one present I really wanted under the tree…
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