The form factor | Charlene Winfred

Mum had taken a serious shine to my X-T1. Uh oh. When I got back to Singapore at the beginning of October, my mother’s point and shoot had expired, and she was on a mission to get a new camera. “Get a new Fuji,” I told her. “Here, try mine.” Two minutes later, I’d lost my camera for the night… and the next day. She couldn’t see it lying around without picking it up and fiddling with it. I needed to take action before I lost it for good. Conversations ensued about what and how much she wanted to do with a camera. I was adamant that she get something small enough to chuck in her bag at whim, which would give her the creative control she was after, without too heavy a price tag………


Fuji X-T1

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