Fujifilm X100T

1 year ago I bought a Fujifilm X100T. It’s a crop sensor camera with a fixed 23mm lens (35mm equivalent). It’s small, fits in my waist belt pocket and takes one sharp image. The X100T doesn’t replace my Canon DSLRs on photo trips but it does allow me to cut significant weight and space without sacrificing image quality. The fixed 23mm lens and all manual settings forces me to focus on framing and shooting with intention, instead of holding down the shutter release on my DSLRs and falling victim to spray and pray techniques. At times I feel limited, but when I look back at the thousands of photos I’ve taken in the last year my favorites were all taken with the Fuji. Here’s some of those favorites.i-mv25jkg-2880x1920

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