Fujifilm XF100-400mm F4.5-5.6 R LM WR | Leigh Miller

Sometime in the early 20th century either Napoleon Bonaparte or Frederick The Great said „An army marches on it’s stomach“. I used to hear that a lot from my father growing up as he woke me up out of bed to have breakfast so I could start mowing the lawn (s) or shovelling the driveway. The reference I gather was meant to point out that a well provisioned army fought better in war.I kind of thought it could also apply to camera manufacturers as well.My personal view is that sensor technology sas come a far enough way that fantastic image quality can be had from everything starting with an iPhone right up to medium format cameras. The body of the camera now only provides options for customization. That said, even the best sensors mean nothing if the lens catalog to match it doesn’t exist (Sony). I’ve always known that a lens makes the camera. Probably why I stuck with Canon for as long as I did. When I switched to Olympus and Fujifilm the biggest selling feature were the available lenses and the planned roadmaps. Nearly 4 years later both platforms have the best lenses I’ve ever used….if only my wallet was fat enough to buy them all.For this review I have the Fujinon XF100-400mm F4.5-5.6 R LM WR (super) telephoto lens…..

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