Over the weekend, I wrote an article for our local Menlo Park blog – InMenlo.com – talking about my earlier experiences with the new Fujifilm X-E2 camera.
As I mentioned in that article, I’ve decided to shed my existing Canon and Nikon DSLRs (and all of the lenses) in favor of simplifying my photography gear down to two Fujifilm cameras: the Fujifilm X100S and the Fujifilm X-E2.
Today’s New York Times had an article by Eric Pfanner titled “As Digital Camera Sales Sputter, Fujifilm Finds Its Niche” that described Fujifilm’s success with its X-series of cameras “that blend Fujifilm’s digital technology with retro aesthetics reminiscent of the company’s analog heritage. At a time when sales of other cameras are slumping, the X series is selling briskly.” Pfanner’s article captures the moment for Fujifilm with these new cameras.
Here’s to Fujifilm’s Masazumi Imai, the chief designer of the X series, for the great work he’s done bringing these delightful cameras to market!
By the way, if you’re interested in purchasing any Canon (5D Mark II and lenses) or Nikon (D600 and lenses) gear, drop me a line and I’ll send you an inventory of what I have – I’m selling!
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