Fuji The trouble with gear, once.

Alf

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You know you have a problem when the shiny new gear looks very much like the shiny old one.
Or not: case in point, my old GX9 was afraid of the dark, even with good lenses, and I jumped ship looking for a sensor to follow what I like to shoot.

So this week I went to evening time concerts, available light only, no flash, bring what you have.

first, the easier longer Sigma 56mm f/1,4

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(mandatory out-of-camera jpeg to relive 2010 all over again)

then the difficult one: the Fuji 27mm f/2,8

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You know, sometimes you can make the right choices.


Now, maybe on to some more work on composition.
 
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