I bought a Fuji XT10 to replace the X100t I stupidly left on a train. Had a few minutes this evening to snap a few things around the garden to try it out; the shot above being the only one really worth sharing. Wildlife and flower photography is really difficult – it’s amazing what a job the human eye does of filtering out the straggly bits of plants and focusing on the pretty bits without the brain apparently having to think about it.
The camera seems good, anyway. I think I might miss the optical viewfinder that the X100t had, and it is certainly less pocketable, but the chance to use the Fuji f1.4 35mm lens again is definitely worth something, and it feels very well made. More to come over the weekend, hopefully.