The Fujifilm X100 series | Photography Redefined

The beginning of 2019 marks eight years since the launch of the Fujifilm FinePix X100, the camera that changed everything for so many of us.  I still remember seeing the X100 in early magazine ads, featuring a photograph of this new retro looking camera beneath...

The legendary X100 series

The X100 series cameras don't in any form try to compete with any DSLR. A typical Nikon or Canon can outperform the rangefinder type mirrorless X100 in such things such as AF speed, battery performance and overall reaction times. And yet, the X100 series cameras...

Fuji X100F vs Fuji X100T

By admin, on December 21st, 2016 Take a look at the comparison between the recently leaked images Fuji X100F camera with the Fuji X100T camera. We have highlighted the area of change by Red Boxes. Fuji X100F vs Fuji X100T Design Difference The AF led position changed...

My New York

My New York will always be more classic and black and white. I love New York almost as much as I love Paris. It’s almost as if the two cities are trying to compete with each other for my attention by carefully planting the right subjects...

Snapshots 11/16

A few outtakes and snapshots from November 2016. The post Snapshots 11/16 appeared first on Fujifilm X-Photography | F16.Click....

Fuji X100F and Fuji X-T20 Coming on Jan 19, 2017

Good News: The long awaited Fuji X100F camera and the mini version of Fji X-T2 will arrive on January 19th 2017. The tipster also revealed that the Auto Focus LED Light of the X100F camera is placed next to the flash. Just few days ago we...

Winter on the beach in Brooklyn

Visiting Coney Island may seem like a crazy idea in December but I had such a great afternoon there last week.  It takes about 90 minutes on the subway to reach Brighton Beach from Harlem, it’s all part of the experience! It was not very cold for...

The People of Malcom X Blvd ~ Harlem, NYC

It was my first time walking the streets of Harlem with my camera. I stayed in a small apartment on 136th street, at the corner with Malcom X blvd, also known as Lenox Avenue. I walked along the boulevard for an hour or two each...