The Best Camera

Part of my rational for purchasing a mirrorless camera, the Fuji X-Pro 1 was to take it with me everywhere I go. It’s smaller and lighter than my Nikon DSLR’s + lenses, yet matches the quality. The only downside at this stage is focus speed and the range of available lenses. For personal photography however, I find that slowing down and enjoying shooting less total images is actually a bonus. As they say, the best camera is the one you have with you. If you have a decent camera, then the results will be much more enjoyable and long lasting.

My son James having a play in a car ride after his second haircut. Normally I would just have my iPhone for such occasions.

My son James having a play in a car ride after his second haircut. Normally I would just have my iPhone for such occasions.

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The quality of the APSC sided sensor is much bigger than a phone, plus with the Fujinon lenses, people photos especially eyes are really sharp while the backgrounds can go nicely out of focus.

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