Over the last several years I have watched from a far as several of my photographer friends like Matt Brandon, Gary S Chapman and others have made the switch from shooting with standard DLSR cameras to almost exclusively using Mirrorless cameras from Sony, Fuji and Olympus.
I resisted for a variety of reasons, mostly having to do with being comfortable with Canon cameras and the amount of work it would take to switch systems. However, I finally decided to give a mirrorless camera a try and I am glad I did.
I am certainly not an expert on Fuji Cameras as of yet (I have only about 10 days experience shooting with a Fuji X-T1, 18-55mm F2.8-4 and a 55-200mm F3.5-4.8) , so make sure to also check out these great blog posts at the Digital Trekker. Matt has been using Fuji cameras for a while now and has a lot of great things to say.
Basically, I just wanted to share some of the things I have loved and things I am still getting used to. If you would like to see some images I created over these past 10 days with the Fuji X-T1, you can find those here.
Finally, this is not an exhaustive review, if you are wanting more detailed reviews make sure to check out:
I hope you enjoy the overview and if you have any questions don't hesitate to get in touch.