25 Aug Fujifilm X-T2 Landscape Photography – Steve Walton UK Landscape and Travel Photographer
Source: Fujifilm Insider
Back in February 2017, I wrote about my experiences of using a brace of Fujifilm X-T2’s with prime lenses for wedding photography and promised a subsequent article about my landscape photography with the Fujifilm X-T2. Nine months ago, I took the decision to lighten the load with my camera equipment and sold most of my Nikon cameras and lenses. My one remaining Nikon D810 and four prime lenses (20mm, 28mm, 50mm & 85mm) have been put away for a rainy day, or at least for the receding possibility of my needing the high resolution FX format that the D810 offers.
Since that day in December 2016, my solitary D810 and Nikon prime lenses have lain fallow and unused. There is every chance this will continue until I am convinced I have no further use for them. It’s entirely probable that I need no more persuasion, but I’m being prudent! The Fujifilm X-T2 has won me over and the quality of output is perfectly good enough for most purposes. The tug for me with the D810 is that it is the first dslr that I can honestly say I have bonded with for landscape photography, the dynamic range and outright resolution is superior to any Nikon that came before it. No camera is perfect and the main irritation I have with the D810 is the fixed screen. Any digital pictorially–oriented camera worth it’s salt should have a tilting screen and Nikon were clearly saving that particular benefit as an upgrade carrot to the newly-announced D850. …
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