On this page you'll find details about the stuff I use everyday, including gadgets, camera gear and watches.
My main camera is a Fuji X-T10.
My first Fuji camera was an X-M1, which didn't have a viewfinder. Next I had an X100S, which I loved, but I needed other focal lengths, so I sold it and bought the Fuji X-T10.
Fuji nowadays has a vast porfolio of lenses, both primes and tele.
Choosing the right lens is not easy. I've had the XC 16-50mm, the XF 18-55mm, the 35mm f/2 and the 27mm f/2.8 pancake. I prefer primes, so right now I have the following two lenses:
This is my go-to lens. It's small, light, weatherproof and very sharp. If focuses fast and is nearly silent. I was torn between keeping this one or the 35mm f/2, but the 23mm is just more versatile.
If there were any doubts about the durability of the Fuji lenses, then take a moment to read this incredible story of a photographer that found his 23mm lens after losing it for four months on the desert.
I only bought this lens because my daughter started practicing figure skating and I wanted to be able to capture her during the performances.
I needed a fast lens to be able to shoot with low light while maintaining a relatively fast shutter speed. The 50-140mm f/2.8 was the most obvious choice, but the price was too high. After reading several articles on the internet I decided to buy the 90mm f/2.