22 Sep Embracing imperfection with the Fujifilm X100V: A photo walk at Dusk

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We purchase cameras for many reasons.

Sometimes it’s because we need more megapixels to fulfill a job requirement. Other times it’s because our old cameras just can’t keep up with us any longer, and the lure of new technology makes sense. Some photographers just want a new addition to their kit because… well, why not?

Fuji X100V . f/2.0 . 1/125″ . ISO 160 LEFT: Fuji X100V . f/2.0 . 1/125″ . ISO 250
RIGHT: Fuji X100V . f/2.0 . 1/125″ . ISO 200 LEFT: Fuji X100V . f/2.0 . 1/125″ . ISO 160
RIGHT: Fuji X100V . f/2.0 . 1/125″ . ISO 1000

For me, the X100V was a re-purchase. I had it once before but sold it when I found the utility and ability to change lenses on the Fuji X-E4 so appealing. With the X-E4, I found a camera that is nearly the size of the X100 range of cameras, but with the ability to change lenses! I became enthralled with the prospect of taking the 27mm f.2.8 with me along with the Fuji F/2 trilogy of lenses (the 23, 35 and 50) in a very small bag.

Fuji X100V . f/2.0 . 1/125″ . ISO 320 LEFT: Fuji X100V . f/2.0 . 1/125″ . ISO 1000
RIGHT: Fuji X100V . f/2.0 . 1/180″ . ISO 160 Fuji X100V . f/2.0 . 1/180″ . ISO 160

I thought I was in heaven camera wise… until I wasn’t. I

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