X-E1 or X100s for an architect?

Started Jan 9, 2013 | Discussions thread
Jim Cassatt Veteran Member • Posts: 4,857
Re: X-E1 or X100s for an architect?

If you are serious about architectural photography, neither.

The flexibility of a full frame dSLR cannot be beat for buildings, both interior and exterior.  My favorite combo is one of the Canon 5D series (I have owned them all) and a 24 mm tilt shift lens plus a Tamron 17-35 lens for interiors.  A good tripod is also necessary to keep everything level.

OTH, if architectural photography is just something to play with, I would get the X-E1 plus the widest prime when it comes out.

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