03 Nov The Gear that I use: The new X 100 lens converters, the TCL X100 and WCL X100 Mark II review
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As I have written almost ad nauseum in the past, the X100 series cameras have become my favorite go-to photographic devices. Small, light and easy to pack they’re just the easiest of my gear to grab without a significant photographic deficit.
The original X100 at 12 megapixels, was perhaps a little light on resolution compared to other gear I used at the time. Given the 16 and an now 24 megapixel imagers of later models, that is no longer an issue. What is sometimes vexing, is the fixed focal length. The X100’s have been equipped with an extremely high quality 23 mm (35 mm field of view in 35 mm format) lens This focal length, although versatile, does limit one in a variety of situations in both street and landscape photography…
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