New Camera: Fujifilm X-T3 + First Results

        I was already looking for a new camera for a while but I didn’t know which one exactly. Until I started reading about the Fujifilm X-T3 and I was very surprised by all the good reviews. I used a Fujifilm camera before, the GFX-50s – a medium format camera – and I enjoyed working with it. This X-T3 camera has an APS-C sensor so it’s suits perfectly between my Olympus cameras with an smaller MFT sensor, and my Canon camera with a bigger full frame sensor.

        I invested in two lenses: XF23mm f/2.0 R WR and the XF50mm f/2.0 R WR. They also have beautiful (and bigger) f/1.4 lenses, but I want to keep it small, so these f/2.0 lenses are a good match for me! Also these lenses are faster when it comes to focusing. Together with the camera I also bought a leather case, an extra battery and two protector filters.

        Today I tested the camera outside for the first time and I was really impressed! It was the end of the day, there was a little bit of rain, wind and it was very cold. But this was no problem for the Fujifilm X-T3! I’m already in love with the eye- and face detection. It so easy to create sharp images! I captured everything in RAW, and I edited them in Adobe Lightroom.

        All the photos are made with the XF50mm f/2.0 lens at f/2.0.
        Thanks to model Robert @ Touche Models.

        Liselotte Fleur



        Using an electronic flash will give these photos dimension that is missing now. Your compositions are fine but the images are muddy in some of the close up full head shots, using an electronic flash will eliminate the muddy tones.

        Thank you for sharing it! I really love your website. I was studying about fashion design, and just want to go into the fashion photography.
        Keep your great work!
        Best regards from Vietnam!

        such beautiful images …. thanks for sharing it

        Welcome to the Fujifilm X-System. I have no doubt you will appreciate the special “Fuji” color and black and white rendering. Dont hesitate to try the different JPEG Fuji film bias programs they are simply charming. Good day from Montreal, Canada.