Fuji X-Pro3

Fujifilm X-Pro3 Part Three: Four Days with Four cameras – By David Hume

Having used the Fuji X-Pro3 now for six months, it’s time for the final of this three-part series. To call this a review would be a bit strong. It began last year with Hamish suggesting that I put a few thoughts together after I’d mentioned this new camera to him in passing. So this is more like a series of observations and user experiences than a straight review (of which there are a million out there already.) But while my views are highly subjective and my use of the camera is narrow in its scope, Hamish and I both figured that this might be of interest to the 35mmc clan, starting with initial thoughts and then followed by a couple of updates about how the camera was working out for me.

Travelling Light in Japan with Fujifilm X-Pro3 – By John Scott

Jan 2020. Destination, Yuzawa, Tokyo, Akihabara Japan. The goal, to travel light but still take a set of amazing photos. I have travelled Japan many times so this time round I was determined to capture a different side than the usual tourist style shots. I wanted to find angles, areas that were a little odd, …

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Fujifilm X-Pro3 Acros-R digital vs. 35mm Acros 100II – By Dale Rogers

I shoot about 50% film and 50% digital these days. For digital I shoot with the Fujifilm X series cameras and lenses. Fujifilm cameras appealed to me several years ago because of the retro styling and film camera like controls for shutter speed, ISO and aperture. I also loved the ability to use Fujifilm film emulsion filters on the in camera jpgs such as Velvia, Acros, Provia, Astia, Classic Chrome and PRO Neg to name a few.

5 Frames with a Fuji XPro3 and 7Artisans 50mm f/1.1 – by John Scott

Revisiting the legendI recently succumb to my GAS and got the Fuji XPro3. But let me explain. I started my Fuji journey on March 2011, the day that the Fuji X100 launched. I was a DSLR shooter at the time – capturing stills with the Canon 5Dmk2 and a cutting edge 1080P footage. This small, retro like, manual dial with beautiful build quality camera caught my eye. After lots of reading, visiting the camera store repeatedly I decided to part with my hard earned cash. March 2011 – the beginning of my Fuji X journey.

Fuji X-Pro3

Fujifilm X-Pro3 Round Two: The X Files and a Meditation on Film and Digital – By David Hume

The X-Pro3 came at a good time for me. I’d returned from a six-week trip to Italy where the last two weeks were spent in Venice trying to make work for exhibitions. So I’d been making holiday snaps and serious stuff, and working out what photo gear I needed to carry and what was too much.For digital (snaps) I’d taken an X-E2 and just the 27mm pancake. Fine. For film snaps an Oly Trip 35. Fine. For serious film stuff an FM2 with 50mm for 135 and an Agfa Isolette III for 120. It all worked out well, and I’m still in a space where I’m thinking a lot about some exhibitions coming up later this year and a couple of other projects that should be fun.

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