I mentioned in an earlier post in “The Build” that I wasn’t going to kick out some coin for the new Fujifilm X-E2. Couldn’t help myself though. I’ve been waiting for the mirrorless cameras to hit a certain quality before buying one. I think this is finally the one. High quality APS-C sensor, cool looking vintage rangefinder appearance, and some great looking lenses pushed me into investing in this system. I ordered it from Aden Camera (it’s in the mail, can’t wait!) with the 18-55mm “kit” lens (27-84mm equivalent) that is supposed to be quite decent and superior to most kit lenses. I also ordered a 35mm 1.4 to go with it for low light shooting. Apparently, also well regarded. Would like to get the 60mm 2.4 macro (90mm equivalent) and the 14mm 2.8, but those will have to wait. We all got to have something to dream about. I’m pretty excited about getting back into more serious photography. This is the first real camera system I’ve bought into since I got my Nikon FM-2 in 1989.
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