A couple of days ago, I had the pleasure of shooting a live concert dedicated to the memory of a famous Greek urban folk music singer (a genre of music know as "laiko" in Greece). The venue (Passport ) was great, as well as the sound and performances and I really enjoyed it.
What made this job special was that I decided to test, in real life conditions, my most recent acquisition for the Fuji-X system: the Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2 lens.
Regular readers of this blog, are already aware that we take a “militant” pro-mirrorless stance. Nice word this: Militant . Most often used by people annoyed that you have arguments to support your position and insist on using them. No worries though; history teaches that yesterday’s “terrorists” become today’s “freedom fighters”, and vice versa. So we will continue to support mirrorless as the current and future photographic technology of choice, regardless.
In that vein, please consider this article, as well as others to follow, as part of my personal “mirrorless manifesto”.