Still worth using it - the X100 ...
I'm still using the S2, and loving it, so I'm not surprised. Once you buy a Fuji you don't think much about upgrades. Nice pic!
this shot def needs to be clicked on to seen larger
i thought it was kinda bleary and x100S wax facey looking at first in the flowers. but it was gorgeous bigger!
its a tad over vign for me personally tho
Gone are the days where digital cameras become obsolete with each new model, but it's still rare to come across a camera as well designed and as pleasurable to shoot with as the X100. I plan on using mine for many many years.
I'm still using the S2, and loving it, so I'm not surprised. Once you buy a Fuji you don't think much about upgrades. Nice pic!-- hide signature --
You really believe that? This site is all about upgrading to the XT-1, or to the X-Pro-2. Most other cameras are seen as obsolete.
Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.
His attitude has been noted.
Very nice. One of the things I like to do with shots like this is to spray the plant with a little water prior to taking the picture, adds a nice touch to the shot. I simply use my hose and set the nozzle to a fine misting spray.
The X100 is definitely a keeper, I plan to keep my mine for a very long time!
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