Temmaru

ZhongYi Optics 35mm/f0.95 at the front, Fuji X-H1 at back: entrance of Temmaru restaurant in Kagurazaka at night. APS-C + IBIS and fast (manual) lenses, a dream combo coming true for me :)

Red Bicycle

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 :)

Japanese Roofs

Mitakon Zhongyi Speedmaster 35mm f/0.95 Mark II at the front, Fuji X-H1 at back: old roofs at night in Kagurazaka. APS-C + IBIS and fast (manual) lenses, a dream combo coming true for me :)

Yebisu Sign

Mitakon Zhongyi Speedmaster 35mm f/0.95 Mark II at the front, Fuji X-H1 at back: Yebisu sign at night in Kagurazaka. APS-C + IBIS and fast (manual) lenses, a dream combo coming true for me :)

Biogon at Night

Trying the little 35mm Zeiss Biogon on the Fuji X-T2, this time at night a few steps away from home in Kagurazaka. No post-processing (red filter aside): love the result.

Fresh Pasta

New discovery in Kagurazaka :)

Yakitori Night

Yakitori night with two french daddies from the school – good food, good chat.

Kagurazaka Night

Wide angle, large aperture and close to the ground with the XF 16mm/f1.4 in Kagurazaka at night.

Soba Time

This little gem in Kagurazaka serves delicious Soba.

Matsuri Faces

Taking the GX85 for a night out. AF tracking of faces works really nicely, even in low light. JPEG are straight from the camera and noise remains ok up to ISO 3000. After that, the denoise produces overly soft pictures. Overall, not too bad for a micro 4/3.