There’s something about the images from those Fuji cameras, when shot at night at high iso, it’s really effective, I love the atmosphere rendered. Must be that sensor nobody likes.
I was hoping you would do a few of these.I haven't felt inclined to leave my bedroom today. Outside is uninviting - cold, windy and unappealing. The current stay at home order allows me to go out to exercise, and probably I should, but for today I'm content to just sit still. I'm wrapped up in my blanket enjoying the Accidentally Wes Anderson book that I got for Christmas with Tintin. I think if he could speak he would tell me to try this photo again so he's more in focus but I think I might just go run a bath instead.
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I know what you mean. None of my current cameras have a flip out screen so I know and accept that gymnastics are part of the deal.
The problem is that adjusting focus when using the screen is so tedious with this setup that I usually fall back on the EVF when shooting close-up ... The GX9 *has* the tilt screen, but it was impossible to keep things in focus when holding the camera out in front of me, let alone framing. But it came out okay - and somehow, it was more rewarding.I know what you mean. None of my current cameras have a flip out screen so I know and accept that gymnastics are part of the deal.
I got so used to the FA screen on the X-S10 that I notice how often I struggle with the X-100V and it’s merely flippy screen. I have become addicted to taking shots from very different angles and perspectives
The variable angle screen is so much more useful than a tilty one. And much much more than a standard screen. I’ve had to forego a number of ground level shots because gymnastics are beyond me... that is one shortcoming of the GR.. and is why under normal circumstances I reach for the FZ1000 or P610... the only cameras I have with those screens.have become addicted to taking shots from very different angles and perspectives