Late summer, "official" vacation time here in Greece, is the best time to handle things in a more relaxed fashion. Such as testing new photo gear. Therefore, courtesy of Fujifilm Hellas, I have a couple of exciting pieces of gear that I'll be sharing my impressions of, in the following weeks.
The first one is the beauty commonly known as X100F. This is very intriguing for me since I've never really used an X100-family camera extensively before. It will be a new experience that I'll be sharing, using real world examples.
Another extremely nice piece of kit I was patiently awaiting to become available here in Greece, is the Fujinon Teleconverter XF2X TC WR, as is the full name. I have previously used the 1.4X teleconverter with the 50-140mm lens, and this one gives a serious further advantage for users of Fujinon's Pro telephoto zooms (and any telephoto primes in the future).
Again, there will be loads of real world examples and objective discussion on this little but powerful accessory.
More as the story develops.