21 May Fujifilm at Sahara Desert

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Fujifilm cameras are widely known and liked especially among people who deal with landscape photography. This is largely due to a kind of “magic” of colours. And if so, add extreme conditions to what we all know, i.e. beautiful photos of nature? What if there were fast cars and motorcycles in the desert? How will auto focus work with objects moving at a very fast pace and popping up unexpectedly from behind the dunes? How will the construction of the body and the lens work against the ubiquitous sand and dust? I was able to check this by testing the Fujifilm X-T3, along with three XF8-16mm f2.8, XF16-55mm f2.8 and XF50-140mm f2.8 lenses, in the Sahara desert during the March Fenix ​​rally. Over 150 teams took part in the first edition of the Fenix Rally organised by Alexander Kovatchev and RBI Sport team in Tunisia. The riders and drivers had to face 6 days of fighting in the desert on the over 1000 km long route. It was also a big challenge for the entire RBI Media team, of which I am honored to be a part. Planning, logistics, segregation of duties – all that we needed to handle to provide […]

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