It’s always nice when the week starts with some happy Fujifilm news, and today they officially launched two new products. First of all…
…a brand new fast prime lens, with a longer reach than what is available today, the FUJINON XF90mm F2 R LM WR. I have great expectations to this lens, and it has a reach an a maximum aperture that fits well with I usually shoot (people, portraits, fashion and industrial subjects). You can read more about the lens by clicking here.
And Fujifilm also launched a new camera today, the Fujifilm X-T10. A camera I think will be a good choice for those wanting the performance and image quality of the X-T1, but at a lower price. And for those wanting a backup camera. If you’re fond of fixed lenses like me, two cameras are a brilliant solution. I always carry two X-T1 cameras (an “ordinary” black and a Graphite Silver), because then I can have something like the XF23 lens on one camera, and the XF56 on the other. That makes it possible for me to switch fast between different lenses, and still use primes.
If you are curious about the new X-T10, you can Read more about it on the Fujifilm site by clicking here. And I also highly recommend an X-T10 review written by the Danish X-photographer Jonas Rask, and you can read that review by clicking here.