Fuji X-M1 - First 'real world' use


It's not often I shoot modern urban landscape in the style of the New Topographics, but yesterday courtesy of the Fuji X-M1 + 18mm lens, I did just that. I also shot a few images indoors.

The X-M1 is, as I thought, a light, small and inconspicuous camera. My thoughts are that it works better with a small prime rather than the 16-50mm zoom. The 18mm works very well and is relatively fast to focus. I'm no fan of using the screen to compose with, but their are times when it does come in useful, the stairwell pictures in the album for example. 

So not a camera I would use everywhere, but very useful in certain situations.

For my ongoing owner assessment of the Fuji X-M1 

For my ongoing owner assessment of the Fuji 16-50mm lens CLICK HERE 

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