Friday, February 26, 2016

Rush hour in Philcoa, Q.C.

Taken 6:16 A.M. Feb. 26, 2016 with Fujifilm XT-10, standard XF18-55mm 1:2.8-4 R LM OIS lens kit lens.

Friday, January 15, 2016

Fujifilm X Pro2 released.

The X-T1 perhaps made a greater impact in making Fujifilm brand more well known and more respected than the X-Pro camera which came out earlier.

Fujifilm officially releases the newest incarnation of the X-Pro camera. And this time, Fujifilm has imparted it an advanced feature over the X-T1. It has a 24 megapixels sensor resolution, where as the X-T1 only has 16.3 megapixels. It has also undergone weather proofing and has dual memory card slots.
This newest member of the X-series will set you back for $1,699.95 dollars, body only. For other features, please click on

The Verge.

Fujifilm also introduces an update to  the X-E2 in its newer incarnation X-E2S. It has gained an Auto mode toggle found in the X-T10 and has improved AF.

Aside from the X-Pro2 and X-E2S, other newer camera models include: X70 with fixed 18.5mm f/2.8lens, and the tough Finepix XP90, 5x optical zoom, 16.megapixel sensor, builtin interval shooting and time-lapse recording and with wifi image transfers.


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Friday, January 8, 2016

Test shots with the Fujifilm XC50-230mmF4.5-6.7OISII zoom lens

I bought the "cheap" XC50-230mm zoom lens S.N. 5307297, for less than the selling 12,500 pesos price at a camera store in SM North Annex. I was hoping that I can replace my 42x HS50EXR superzoom camera but I was mistaken. The lens is a little harder to focus and it cannot do macro shots naturally, but the resolution is so much better. Here are some test shots taken on the day I bought it.