Fujifilm X100T Full Review with X100s Comparison | Mirrorlessons

The Fujifilm X100T, the third camera in the X100 series, has attracted lots of attention much like its predecessors even if it doesn’t bring as many outstanding upgrades as the second in line, the X100s. This new camera has the same Read more …

The Zeiss Touit 50mm Macro Full Review | MirrorLessons

Conclusion The Zeiss Touit 50mm 2.8 Macro is a very nice lens capable of delivering excellent quality. It is very sharp, has good close-up capabilities and good AF performance. I could not find a flaw during the time I tested it. The rubber Read more …


An in-depth look at the Fuji X-T1 autofocus capabilities |

In my opinion, there are two ways to evaluate the autofocus of a camera. The first is to leave everything to the camera. You point and shoot in some situations and you see how the camera software/hardware behaves. The second way Read more …


Three days walking through the Cinque Terre with the Fuji X-T1
& XF 10-24mm f/4 | Mirrorlessons

The Cinque Terre (literally the “five lands” in Italian) are five small sea villages located along the Italian Riviera in the Liguria region. The coastline and hills that link them are part of the Cinque Terre National Park and the Read more …


What if Fujifilm were to go full frame? | Mirrorlessons

…. of course many users are questioning what would become of the APS-C line since Fuji has invested a lot of money into it up until now. Well, as several photographers have pointed out, there are many systems that have Read more …


Rainy Day Photography – Why shooting on a bad day can be
good training | Mirrorlessons

It’s been raining non-stop for more than a week. You were hoping for a sunny weekend to go out and take some colourful landscapes, but you are now torn between curling up by the fire or wrapping yourself up in Read more …


The first wedding shot with the Fuji X-T1 – Guest Post by
X-Photographer Max De Martino | Mirrorlessons

We don’t often have guest posters on our website, but in the case of Italian X-Photographer Max De Martino, we decided to make an exception. Below we have translated his original article about his experience using the new Fujifilm X-T1 for wedding Read more …


Getting Cosy with the Fuji X100s: Thoughts & Gallery from Lyon, France
| Mirrorlessons

The Fujifilm X100s was a joint purchase Mat and I made when we first began Mirrorlessons. Along with the OM-D E-M5, it is probably the one camera we’ve talked about the most. And yet, I’ve oddly spent very little time Read more …


The Quest for Full Frame: Is it worth it? – Part I | Mirrorlessons

Full Frame: these two words put together make lots of photographers happy. Immediately we think of gorgeous image quality, beautiful shallow depth of field, exceptional dynamic range and great low-light performance. But technical specifications aside, what are the real benefits Read more …


My 4 Favourite Fujinon XF Lenses for the Interchangeable Fuji X Series |

The camera may be the chassis that records your images, but it is the lens that collects, manipulates and directs the light towards the sensor. I believe Shakespeare might have said, “the lens maketh the camera” if he had been Read more …