The Fuji X100T — Tools and Toys | Marius Masalar

By | July 8, 2015

Photography is inquisitive. A photographer poses questions and offers answers through imagery. The Fuji X100T is the answer to an unpopular question: how does one take better photographs? Not sharper photographs, not larger photographs, but better photographs — photographs that say something, that mean something, even if only to us. It’s a difficult question; chasing specs is easier than chasing craftsmanship, and the lazy lizard-brained person inside all of us is eager to believe that creative problems can be solved by things rather than thought. Thinking is hard. The X100T is the answer not because it’s the most technically accomplished camera on the market, but because it’s designed to confront this question and accompany you as you discover your own answers. It’s a personal trainer for your photography……

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