So I’m rather proud of the fact that I haven’t bought a new camera in years, which of course is partly due to the fact that the Olympus E-M5 is such a capable camera that is an absolute joy to use. But over last weekend a friend was offloading some of the cameras he doesn’t use (a story for another day) and offered one of those to me at a price that is borderline criminal.
Long story short, I’m now the proud owner of a Fujifilm X-Pro2. And boy, am I loving it. I still have to buy lenses for it, of course, as I intend to fully transition to using it as my main workhorse, but that will come in due course. This one is taken with the 27mm (40mm-equivalent) f/2.8 pancake, which is pretty dang good. Thanks, Dav!
Right now I’m enjoying the 23mm f/2 lens that another friend has so kindly loaned. Eventually I’ll replicate the setup I have with the E-M5: a 35mm-e, 50mm-e, and an 85mm-e. Maybe even a zoom lens for those pesky events I need to shoot, but probably not.
I’d take a snap of the camera but apparently my phone camera is broken. More soon!