Just a few more color shots, this and the following from the Fuji X-E1. As noted previously in this series, I took it with me intending to get better acquainted. Ideally, I would have taken it exclusively, but going without a film camera felt very, very wrong. Now, I did not need to take as many film cameras as I did – maybe this time I’ve learned my lesson, but probably not – but I had to take something along with the Fuji, regardless of how capable it might be.
I used two lenses on the Fuji, with the Voigtländer Snapshot Skopar 25/4 being the usual option, with the Canon 100/3.5 going on for the occasional longer shot. No complaints about the camera – it did what I asked it to. I’m still not 100% comfortable with the electronic viewfinder, but I suppose that’s a trade-off one has to make with this sort of camera.
Anyway, here we go, still hanging around the docks in Portland.