– By Thomas Stirr This article provides a summary of some of the key points contained in my E-M1X Twelve Month Review. It is important to state upfront that the objective of this article is simply to share my experiences using the E-M1X. I am not suggesting that other photographers should change systems or do […]
By Thomas Stirr One of the interesting capabilities of the Olympus OM-D E-M1X is its in-camera focus stacking function. This feature allows a photographer to capture a range of focus stacked images and process them in-camera. The output is a jpeg file. Other Olympus cameras like the OM-D E-M1 Mark II and E-M5 Mark III […]
Despite the X-Pro1 being Fujifilm’s very first flagship, the X-Pro series as a whole has become increasingly niche over the years, most notably since the arrival of the X-T1 and its successors. These days, if the company comes out with an important new feature, it will generally be bestowed upon an X-T model first whereas […]
For each category in Fujifilm’s X-Series line-up, there is at least one model with a protruding viewfinder at the centre and one with a flat-topped rangefinder design.
The X-T100 was an entry-level model designed to be a compact, affordable and approachable option for those considering an upgrade from smartphone photography. It retained the classic styling and many of the much-loved features of other X Series cameras but suffered from laggy autofocus performance and disappointing 4K video specifications.