The famous spot in Suidobashi overlooking the Kanda river and trains towards Akihabara.
Entrance of the Tokyo Daijingu, one of my favourite shrines in Tokyo.
With IBIS on the X-H1, even small prime lenses can be stabilized: here the 23mm/f2 handheld at 1/4s.
A few random shots of this year’s Cherry Blossoms around Iidabashi, my home.
Large aperture at night with IBIS: thank you Fuji!
Enjoying being in Tokyo (and not on a business trip) for some new Hanami opportunities, this time with the “boys” in a famous cemetery in Tokyo. Lovely place.
More than 10 years in Iidabshi and this is my first visit there, just a 20min walk from Iidabashi and one subway stop away: Edogawabashi.
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!