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.