by Peter Ellis Published 01/07/2016
1/120 f1.2 ISO 320 56mm f1.2
All these images were taken very quickly and needed very little or no digital manipulation. At long last we can have lenses that go down to such low f-numbers that don't cost the earth.
India was also the ideal place to test the face recognition system. I was staggered by how quickly it worked. It allows you to capture the subject instantly with great clarity and before they realised they were being photographed. I also noticed because the camera is so compact it didn't intimidate the subjects; this allowed me to shoot quickly and produced relaxed, free flowing photography. I also loved the viewfinder's graphic interface that you can read at a glance and the choice of four display modes: full, half, dual and portrait mode.
1/280 f5.6 ISO 200 56mm f1.2
This camera is packed with impressive technological advances such as a 1/32,000 sec electronic shutter speed, a 16.3 megapixel APS-C X Trans CMOS II sensor and the world's fastest EVF 2.36 dot resolution OLED display. But from my point of view the most important aspect of all these technological advances made by Fuji is the smile it put on my face when I reviewed the amazing images I had managed to capture with this fantastic camera. I would urge you to give it a try for yourself.
Thank you again Fuji for the loan of the X-TI, it was a real pleasure to use. I can't wait to try the X -T2 PRO soon.
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