At 6/19/2020 01:33 AM, Chriis wrote:
>Iâ??ve borrowed a Fuji X100V for a few days, an offer from Fujifilm. I tried
>the XF100-400 a couple of weeks ago but this time I have the new X100V.
>Itâ??s a lovely device, full of gizmos (although still a single focal length)
>and I managed to get some snaps done yesterday. Of particular interest to me
>is that I managed to capture this bee on a larkspur using a bit of luck. The
>sun was too bright to see the screen and I didnâ??t feel like bending over to
>use the OVF while so close to the insect.
>I rather like the camera, of course, but I think Iâ??ll buy myself the
>preceding model, the X100F, secondhand.
Nice shot. Thanks for the review. I've been curious about the camera but a
fixed lens may be a limitation for me. I keep debating with myself. I'm always
on the alert for the right smallish camera. There was a fstopper article on
important camera feature - that is how you like using the camera.
om4Ti is forever in my blood - WayneS
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/