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Thursday, February 16, 2017

My Favourite Kit Lenses


Every manufacturer bring their cameras to market with a standard (normally sub-par) kit lens. Normally I discard these as “not-up-to-my-standard” and they end up in a corner somewhere. The only reason I get some of these lenses is when I can’t find a body only offer but sometimes these lenses surprise me with their image quality. Some of them are not to be discarded as I stated above, “sub-par”.

There are times a lens comes out ...


posted by Dil on 02/16/17 15:30  under Lenses

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Saturday, June 4, 2016

The Fujifilm Equipment Revival


I've been neglecting my Fujifilm equipment of late as I've favoured my M43 systems, especially my Panasonic GM5 cameras and their extremely small lenses. However since I purchased the X-T10 as a backup camera for my X-T1 and being extremely impressed with the image quality I took my Fuji system for an extended weekend break. This is the first time I've actually only taken a Fuji system with me without a camera from another system.


posted by Dil on 06/04/16 19:15  under Cameras

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Fujifilm X-T10 and the 18-55 f2.8-4.0 OIS "KIT LENS"


Many have called the X-T10 the X-T1’s brother and to be honest I have to agree with that comment. Image quality is the same, as the innards are really the same. There are a few points where the X-T1 has the upper hand over the X-T10 but it’s nothing really major. To me anyway. (E.G. Higher resolution EVF and magnification).


I find the body of the X-T10 to be quite small but if you ...


posted by Dil on 05/25/16 20:34  under Cameras

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