What a baseball game in Japan would be without them? Tough job to go up and down the stairs with a keg on their back.
Trying the 8fps mode of the X-T2… twice as slow at the highest possible: 15fps. What would I do with so many shots? :)
Never getting tired of these shots – well, I know you might :) Here the XF 35mm f2 in action. So much faster to focus than the f1.4.
Tokyo Daijingu: one of my favourite shooting spot with the 135mm/f2 so had to take the XF 90mm/f2 for a try – not to bad I would say.
Nice and creamy bokeh with the XF 90mm f/2.
Iron Dragon at the Tokyo Daijingu near Iidabashi. The more I learn to use the X-T2, the happier I am with the switch from Canon. The 90mm f/2 is every bit as good as the magic prime 135mm f/2.
Some nice bars and restaurants at the new south exit in Shinjuku.
With all my Canon gears gone, I needed a new wide angle lenses. I hesitated a lot between three lenses: the XF 10-22 f/4, the XF 14mm f/2.8 and the XF 16mm f/1.4. Weather sealing and large aperture finally won over lighter weight (14mm) and wider angle (10-22mm). The bokeh quality and sharpness are astounding. […]
High ISO simple tests with the X-T2. Again, very good performance.
Yamanote Line at night with the XT2 to see how it performs. The wide dynamic of the (Sony) sensor gives me a lot of opportunities in developing the photos afterwards. Me like!