A few months ago, Fujifilm had a big sale of lenses and gear, with some drastic discounts like the famous XF35mm F1.4 lens.
Although I couldn’t take advantage of the discounts in the US, I was able to get this lens for a similar price in the local Fujifilm distributor (which I had no clue existed).
Six months later, here are my thoughts on this lens.
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Almost two years ago I pulled the trigger on an X-E2 with the XF18-55mm F2.8-4 kit, and a XF27mm F2.8. Interestingly, I have never found a good review of the XF27mm lens, not then, not now.
I decided to deliver some justice, and review this unsung gem of the Fujifilm lineup.
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The Domke F-5XB (700-52A) is a very popular bag with photographers and it’s a perfect fit for shooting with a minimalistic setup. It’s very well built and has a “no bullshit” philosophy that’s perfect for grab and go shooting.
I have used this bag for a year now, and it’s the perfect time to share my thoughts on this nice piece of gear.
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The Mirrorless Mover 30i is Think Tank Photo’s roomiest bag in the Mirrorless Mover line. It’s also my first ever Think Tank Photo bag. Two years after I first got it, I finally managed to sit down and write a review of it for my use case of photo and video work.
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