Photographing Landscapes Fuji Xpro2

April 13, 2016

Photographing Landscapes Fuji Xpro2

Photographing Landscapes Fuji Xpro2

My profession is wedding photography however its not just work its very much a part of my life, photography for me is a passion, always having my camera with me to capture everything and anything that grabs my attention.

After recently buying the Fuji Xpro2 for my wedding photography and being very impressed with the new setup, the new improved focus and sensor to mention just a couple of the updates form the Xpro1, I’ve been putting it through its paces and as mentioned on previous blogs have been very impressed, I took the xpro2 out yesterday evening with me, to accompany me on my walk in Bradford on Avon near Bath.

I took several images with the camera with my fuji 18mm lens attached, aperture set at f16, ISO 400 and 1/250 speed. I had the metering set to multi and the centre focus point set with the massive 273 focus points.

I do find the EVF tends to have a slight dissolved view, not quite as good as the XT1, I have checked the auto settings for the EVF however in manual it looks very similar when looking through the lens but I can live with it!

The image attached to this small blog has been edited in Lightroom just to add a tad more detail and contrast however the Jpeg saved to slot 2 was still very impressive.

The more I use this camera, the more I love it!