Fujifilm JPEG in Portland

I have been hearing about how amazing the Fujifilm jpegs are for sometime now. I decided it might be time to give Fuji a closer look and see if the photos lived up to the hype. I had been planning on heading back down to Portland to hang out for a few days and I thought why not take a Fujifilm X-T2 with me to see how it handles. First off, the camera was a joy to use and the 16-55mm f/2.8 and 56mm f/1.2 I was using were amazing! Both lenses were super sharp and created and pleasing bokeh. Anyhow, I am not doing a full review on any of the gear, but I will be posting some pictures over the next couple weeks that I took with the Fuji setup. I will only be posting straight out of camera jpegs, because the cameras filters and in camera edit style settings is what has really attracted me to the camera itself. So here’s the first one of many to come. I don’t think this is the best shot I got with the camera, but it’s one I like :).

Thanks for stopping by, Rob

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  1. I have a Fujifilm Finepix S…little point and shoot. How hard would it be for me to move up to X-T2? I have heard nothing but stellar review on that camera. They have another very similar version, too, don’t they? Thanks, Rob.

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    1. I think you could easily move to X-T2. That camera is so good I think anyone could just pick it up and set everything to auto and get good pictures. The same can not be said about Canon, I know that for sure. Yes there are similar models and a X-T2 might be a little over kill for you. Whatever you do, keep in mind it’s all about the lenses you buy. If you only wanted one all around zoom lens I’d recommend the 16-55mm 2.8.

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