Meadows Museum with my Fuji x100f
Fuji recently announced a replacement for the wonderful x100f compact camera. This replacement, the x100v, promises sharper images and it comes with a tilting screen and an aluminum body. There is a lot of excitment about this newly-announced camera, which will be available at stores at the end of February 2020 for the silver model and late in March for an all-black model. And, as you may anticipate, the price for a used x100f is dropping fast, as photographers look for ways to fund their new x100v, which can be pre-ordered now. It turns out that I gave my older x100t to my son when he left for college, and I really miss it. I picked up a near-mint used x100f for less than half the price of a new x100v and I am happy. Here are some pictures I took with it, using the Across b&w film simulation at the SMU Meadows Museum. Love this little camera!
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