13 Oct Happy Third Birthday, Fujifilm X-E2!
Source: Fuji X Passion
I made the jump to Fuji in February of this year after I grew tired of waiting for Canon to release a formidable mirrorless camera. Panasonic, Olympus, Sony, and Fuji were all making serious strides in the mirrorless market, and I thought Canon was surely not far behind. But alas, each M-series release was another disappointment. After both my work lenses broke on me, I decided I had no excuses left to keep me from trying another brand.
I initially decided on whatever the successor to the A6000 would be. I was amazed at what Sony had done with that little camera, and was impressed at how gracefully it was aging. So with rumors that the new Sony was on the way, I decided to wait. And while I waited, Fuji announced the X-E2S — the sequel to a camera I had never heard of.
I began to read more about Fujifilm, and was drawn to their attention to detail that they give their cameras. The lenses were also impressive, and I was actually relieved some to see how few options there were in that area. Sony had what felt like a million lens options at every price point. I don’t deal well with that many choices. Fuji’s lenses cost more than I was looking to spend, but they were getting the kind of reviews usually reserved for lenses which cost far more. I was intrigued, and it certainly seemed