11 Mar Pic(k) of the week 11: LIFE GUARD ON DUTY – Fujifilm X-100V
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For the first time in a long time, I’ve been reviewing two new Fujifilm cameras in parallel; the entry level X-T200 (first look review here) and the latest X-100V Range finder like camera.
I will be posting an in the field review of the X-100V in the near future, but can already share that I haven’t been excited as much about a new camera since the launch of the X-T2! For me it is easily the best looking Fujifilm X-series camera ever produced.
The image below, was shot while relaxing at one of the many Dubai beach hotels and illustrates that always keeping a small camera with you, often comes in handy. While I initially framed a few images of the Burj al Arab hotel by itself including the Life guard on duty, gave the image a good sense of place.
Image details:Fujifilm X-100VISO 320, 1/480s, f16RAW file development in LR CCDxO ColorEfex PRO with Gradient and Skylight filtersThe image is edited slightly but shows the good dynamic range (using the RAW file) of the X-Trans 4 sensor.
For more of my Architectural images shot in Dubai, check here.
Remember: “The best camera is the one you have with you” – Chase Jarvis
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