My first ever digital camera was a Fujifilm FinePix MX700, purchased from the BX while stationed at Misawa AFB, Japan in 1998. I used that camera long after far better cameras came out; the pace of digital imaging back then moving at breakneck pace. It appealed to me because of its all aluminum chassis and... Continue Reading →
Some of my findings with Fujifilm’s 16-55mm ƒ/2.8 Lens for X-Mount cameras
I'll begin with the obvious: yes, it's looks like a clown shoe when mounted on the X-T20 and is as balanced as an axe. However, the fact is this is Fujifilm's self-proclaimed "flagship standard zoom" lens. based on the objective measures, it's by far and away their sharpest, most accurate lens in their lineup. it's... Continue Reading →
A Little “Me” Time… Photography
I've always been interested in photography but never had the patience to learn the basics. when i was in my pre-teens, my father bought a Canon AE-1 for himself based on the recommendation of my uncle. he just wanted a quality camera to take family photos. mind you, this was back in the 80's, nearly... Continue Reading →
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