I can’t believe that this is blogpost number 300. Blogpost 200 I dedicated to the Fuji X100. The camera that changed everything for me. Blogpost 300 I dedicate to the Fuji X system. Continue reading
A couple of years ago life was simple. Just get a full frame DSLR plus the three pro-zooms: 16-35, 24-70 (or 24-105) and 70-200 plus a lightweight tripod. Done! Today it’s much more complicated. Continue reading
There is a lot of “DSLRs will be dead soon” or “full frame is no longer necessary” on the internet at the moment and I have no idea why. Why must something that simply works “die” to give way for something that is still in it’s infancy. Continue reading
If you follow reviews of mirrorless cameras today or if you shoot one of the newer ones and see the results you might come to the conclusion that the DSLR is dead. Dead as a dodo.
But of course that’s not the full picture. DSLRs have still substantial advantages over todays mirrorless cameras and here are the most important ones. Continue reading
There is no chance to win a horse race with a Jutland horse. It’s just not the right type of horse for the job. You don’t tow a caravan with a Lamborghini either. Although it’s powerful it is just the wrong car for the task.
Why I’m telling you that? Because in photography some people are doing exactly that: They use the wrong tool for the job. Continue reading