X-E1 in Wales and Oxford

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X-E1 in Wales and Oxford
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couple of shots from my "brand new" X-E1 from the grey, sunless land of Wales, and a lovely sunny day in Oxford, on the way back home.

it was my first ever trip with X-E1 as the main camera. i did have my full backpack with Canon 6D et al. to do regular landscape work, but Welsh weather said a very big no-no to this idea. and hence it was the small camera that got 80% of the work done. truth being said X-E1 has a marvel of a sensor, the 18-55 is exactly what i bought it for (no-compromise standard zoom), and quite surprisingly the plastic 50-230 turned out to be perfectly fine lens.

full set with captions: Flickr X-E1 in Wales

blacksmith in st fagans national museum

at the big pit mine in blaenavon. contraband nowadays includes batteries, so no camera's or even phone inside the mine

tenby

the uber-cheesy portmeirion village, near porthmadog

slate splitting presentation at llechwedd slate museum in blaenau ffestiniog

balliol college dining room, oxford

bodleian library, oxford

 akustykmagmanetpl's gear list:akustykmagmanetpl's gear list
Canon EOS 10D Canon EOS 70D Canon 6D Mark II Canon EF 50mm F1.4 USM Canon EF 85mm F1.8 USM +8 more
Canon EOS 6D Fujifilm X-E1
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