When Fujifilm Canada offered to lend me an X-E3 just prior to its launch, of course I said yes. And I immediately took it to downtown Toronto for a walk. I’m not sure why Fuji cameras inspire me to shoot in black and white – but that’s what happens.
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Behind the scenes:
My on-camera scenes were recorded on a Fuji X-T2 with the 16-55 lens mounted on a Moza Air (review follows soon). Shots of the camera taken with a Sony A6300 with the SEL30mm macro lens, mounted on the rig I demo in my behind the scenes video.
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