Fujifilm Cameras I have been keeping My Eye On
Since last week we talked about film, this week I want to talk about film on digital
Starting out on DSLR has given me the capacity to learn all the manual settings. This has allowed me the freedom to explore other types of cameras that I would love to try in the long run. I’m going based off of multiple sources’ reviews that I came across on the internet. YouTube, Twitter, and website reviews helped guide me in the direction of this post. So I will just bring it down to these few that I’ve found so far. Last week, I wrote an article on film photography cameras I would reach for and this week I’ll write about its competition with Fujifilm. It is a great alternative to keeping the film likeness of a camera with the digital functions that you know and love in a digital camera. This is a topic close to my heart. So let’s get started.
When I first heard about Fujifilm 3 years ago, I just thought it was another polaroid camera you would get at the drugstore. Far be it to be from the truth, but Fujifilm is a thriving brand of digital cameras that takes film-like photos with all the functions of a digital camera.
I heard about the X100f when the X100v came out last year with its update. It seems to be everything that the public is asking for in a new Fuji and I have been wanting to try it. I love the portable feel it looks to leave in your hand, the pastel aesthetic to the photos, and the stealth it feels to hold deep in your pocket within the hole of your inner fist while you walk down the street as you stride past anonymously in public taking candid photos that no one would ever know you took. It has 4k video and you wouldn’t have to worry about ruining your camera in rain or snow because it is weather sealed and that made it all the more appealing to me.
Then I heard of XT-3 after the XT-4 update came out. The XT-4 is supposed to be everything that the predecessor is with image stabilization. It would be a good reach after the X100V but only for the image stabilization in video recording. It seems to be a great tool to carry with you for vlogging and that would be a reason why I would go for it.
Fujifilm is a great brand that for people who love the look of the film but still want to keep digital functions within a camera of their choosing. I love these four cameras because they give you something to work with even if having a backup camera is something you would love to have next to your star Fujifilm models like the X-T4 or the X100V. These would be great cameras to have especially if you want to do vlogging but as previously mentioned the X-T4 has image stabilization that keeps you from experiencing shakes when mobile with your camera.
With that said I leave you with this small review of the Fujifilm cameras, I have been keeping my eye on. I would love to take the time to get to know the updates to the quality Fujifilm that we have seen on this list. It would be a fun experience to explore in the future.
Thanks again for reading.