Last week I purchased a Fuji X-T1o as I wanted something a little smaller than the X-T1, but with interchangeable lens options, for my street photography.
Although the camera has been out for a while, I’d never actually used one until my one arrived.
I’ll do a bit more of a real-world review of the camera in due course but when I got the camera I immediately knew it was going to become my 27mm pancake lens camera option.
The 27mm is a lens I love to bits. Its also a lens I’ve lost twice and I’m now on my third XF27mm lens and I suppose its a testament to just how small this lens is that I keep losing them!
I won’t be using the X-T10 as a wedding camera; for me, its not quite at the level I need for me to be comfortable shooting weddings with it.
However, it will likely be one of my backup cameras for weddings and it will definitely be a camera I take on my street photography trips out.
It really is a very discreet camera. Couple with something like the 27mm lens you can really just blend in and behave like anybody else with a small point and shoot camera.
These are just a few processed snaps from a day I spent in Southampton running one of my street photography workshops.
I’m a huge fan of the 27mm lens and I think I’ve found the perfect compliment for it in the X-T10.
I’ve recently been using a prototype of the new Camslinger Streetomatic which is an upgrade to the version I’ve been quite comfortable with for a while. The new bag is PERFECT for street photography. The clasp is better and yet its still possible to quickly remove the camera with one hand and start shooting. I used it with the X-T10 and 27mm lens. I had plenty of room for two spare lenses, my wallet, phone and notebook etc.
- (Friday morning, sat in my studio in Malmesbury listening to Pop Master on BBC Radio 2)
Fujifilm X-T1o at Warehouse Express
Fujifilm XF27mm F2.8 Pancake lens at Warehouse Express