Fujifilm X-Pro1 appreciation post

It wasn’t too long ago that I declared I must have a Sony RX1. A full frame sensor on a compact body? Yes, please. But its 2800 euro price tag is prohibitive.

Enter the Fujifilm X-Pro 1. It may not have that full frame sensor, but it’s terribly handsome. It has exposure compensation and shutter speed dials. Dials. An actual viewfinder. And at less than half the RX1’s price?

I must have it.

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Daily Digest for September 29th

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Daily Digest for September 28th

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Listened to Wow – Kate Bush.
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Checked in at Media Markt

Attention-seekers

“And it strikes me as odd that those complaining about the constant videoing, photographing and sharing – those shaking their heads at people’s need electronically to document their existences – are often doing so on TV, radio or in newspapers. The complainers are usually people like me, whose job gives them ample opportunities for self-expression. It seems to be people who are blessed with a superfluity of attention who are first to disparage attention-seekers.”

David Mitchell