06 May Street photography with the Fujifilm X70

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IIn a recent blog about what I pack into my camera bag, I talked about the Fujifilm X70. I originally purchased this little powerhouse as a vlogging camera as it is light, has a great wide angle and shoots video in HD. I am still getting the hang of this camera as a video unit and also still building up the courage to do an actual vlog and film myself whilst trying to convey an interesting narrative. I have also decided to use this camera as my EDC – Every Day Camera. Its compact size and minimal weight means that it can sit in my EDB – Every Day Bag – and not be an inconvenience. And its fantastic image quality means that I never feel like I wish I had a ‘better’ camera with me.

This is in no way a technical review. Just some of my thoughts on the camera and how it works for me. But here are some of the basic specs and features that I use or love about this camera. This tiny camera packs the X-Trans CMOS II sensor at 16.3 megapixels. This is the same sensor as the Fujifilm X-T1 and the Fujifilm X-Pro1 cameras. So with that in mind, it too includes the ability to shoot in RAW or JPEG (or both), use Fujifilm film simulations, full manual control, customisable buttons and command dials – just to name a few. The lens is a fixed 18.5mm (35mm format equivalent : 28mm) with an aperture of 2.8….

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