The Fujifilm X-Pro 2

10 thoughts on “The Fujifilm X-Pro 2”

  1. The best camera it the one that disappears when you take a shot. Nothing between the subject and the photo that’s already in your head!

    Wonderful portraits! Your magic works!

  2. Nice post, kinda stole my thunder a little bit, ha, as I am actually writing a post about the Fuji X100 at the moment to post in a day or two. Trying to get back into blogging again after a long hiatus.

  3. It was interesting reading about your experience with Fuji because I’m looking into getting a Fuji as well, the X100, the original one, since the others are too expensive for me (I’m not sure if it is a good decision because it has a few years now, but I fell in love with it since it came out). Now back to you – I love your style and the mood of your images.

  4. nfrodrigues – the X100 is certainly a good choice if you manage to get a good one with clean lens and sensor. Best from a professional seller with warranty, you never know – the camera is some years old.

    Funny to think of a 4 year old camera as old when I use my 79 year old Leica daily….

    The X100 is the camera that started me on my way back to film with it’s retro feeling…. beware!!

    1. The retro feeling is one of the things that got me interested in the X100 series. I ended up buying an used X100s, I felt it was a better deal. I thought about the x100f but I would have to pay at least 300€ more. I’m sure it was worth it, but in my current budget it would be a bit of a stretch, so I went with the S. It’s on its way to me. I can’t wait to get my hands on it,

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