Night temple, wide open at f0.95. Love that lens :)
Still trying the combo of 10-24mm on X-H1 and still unable to go above 1/4s. However, it seems that the hit rate at this limit is higher than without IBIS.
First Sakuras blooming in Tokyo and this year, no business trip flying me away during the Hanami season – happy, happy!
Mitakon Zhongyi Speedmaster 35mm f/0.95 Mark II at the front, Fuji X-H1 at back: a red bicycle at night in Kagurazaka. APS-C + IBIS and fast (manual) lenses, a dream combo coming true for me :)
Where a working day usually starts in Tokyo.
Gastro… as in gastroenteritis ?!
Snowboard is certainly a way for young women in Japan to display their color coordination and makeup skills – not so much their snowboard skills :)
I know I am only repeating myself but in 10~20 years Tokyo (and Japan) will look very different with all these shops disappearing.
Trying the 35mm/f0.95 at night: lovely cream bokeh. Which reminds me: I can’t wait for an X-T3 with an IBIS (in-body image stabilization).
Few shots on my way to work with the 35mm f/0.95. Love that lens!