Fujifilm X100T Review: Your Best Friend with a Lens | Nicola Bernardi

By | May 12, 2015

I hope you had a safe flight back home. I’m so glad we were finally able to spend a couple of months here in Melbourne together! There were so many places I wanted to show you, so many people I wanted you to meet. Let’s forget about our first day together though, shall we? Man was I gloomy that day! You know, someone had just stolen my precious bike the night before and I couldn’t summon any will to smile or take you out. In fact, as the perfect moron that I am, I spent the whole day taking sad selfies using the Fujifilm Remote App on my iPhone (By the way, how cool is that!? Remotely being able to focus and change aperture/ISO/shutter speeds on your phone… hello future!). Sorry for that! But I have to admit, having you here gave me a great boost in getting back on my feet! As a matter of fact, the very next day we jumped right back on track and went meeting some of my friends! They even let me take portraits of them, which they would never normally agree to. They usually get all weird and stiff every time I point a camera at their face but with you, they didn’t really care that much! You really have a way with people my friend, that’s for sure! ……..

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