28 Apr West Africa with the Fujifilm X-T2

Source: Fuji Love

I love my Fuji camera. Nothing remarkable about that, not for these articles, right? That’s why we’re all here. I’m an amateur photographer; this is just a hobby for me. A hobby I spend way too much money on, I’ll admit, but still, not my life or career. And, for most of my life, I have not put a lot of thought into camera brands because I viewed them all as basically the same thing in a different wrapper. I have Canon gear for the simple reason that my first film camera was a Canon, and I would upgrade lenses and bodies over the years based solely on what would work with what I already owned.  There was nothing emotional about it. That changed in 2016. My girlfriend and I planned a trip to Peru, and I started to think about what lenses I would take with my trusty 5D Mark III, which led me to poke around the internet to see if there was anything cool for Canon mounts out there, and I stumbled onto all the buzz regarding Fujifilm’s soon to be released X-Pro2. I was intrigued. Looking back, I’m still not sure what exactly triggered the change, I’d already …

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