The fifth Fujifilm camera in the X100 series got a facelift, and a new lens. Hamish posted an excellent analysis about all the menu functions and buttons you can assign them to here, so I will not get into these details. Instead, I want to talk briefly about how I use the V in my daily routines.
This is my second more significant article in a series I am intending to write about my experiences with the Fuji X100v, in my first article I talked about why I was initially attracted to it as a camera. In this article I’m going to put together a quite personal guide to my mode and menu customisations.
I’ve had the Fuji X100v for a couple of weeks. In that time, the world feels like it’s changed… and no, not because of the camera. Fortunately, my reasons for buying the Fuji X100v haven’t changed, and actually with those reasons being largely around taking more photos of the kids in action – what with me going to be spending a lot more time with them in the weeks and months to come – I think I’m going to be getting a lot out of this camera.