A jack of all trades! Fuji X-T2 review posted.

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Just posted my full review of the Fuji X-T2. “So it highly resembles the camera it replaces, the body looks mostly the same, size and weight are practically identical, so what’s different about it? Megapixels: 24.3 vs 16.3 Focus points: 325 vs 49 PD points: 91 vs none Video resolution: 4K vs FHD Continuous speed: […]

Cameras For Seniors (2015)

Cameras For Seniors Cameras for Seniors (2015) They’re getting smaller, aren’t they? Small screens, small fonts Electronic gadgets are becoming smaller and smaller, no doubt. Most cellular phones, for example, have tiny buttons for which most adult fingers are too large to hit without pressing adjacent ones as well. For weary eyes, small LCD screens […]

Fuji X-T10 vs. Lumix LX100 Image Comparison

The Fuji X-T10 is a smallerized version of the X-T1, packing most of its goodness without its bulk (and without some of its features, but we’ll get to that in a separate post).   Although the X-T10 is a different beast altogether than the Lumix LX100, the two cameras share more than a few characteristics – both […]

Cameras For Seniors

Cameras for Seniors (2014) They’re getting smaller, aren’t they? Small screens, small fonts Electronic gadgets are becoming smaller and smaller, no doubt. Most cellular phones, for example, have tiny buttons for which most adult fingers are too large to hit without pressing adjacent ones as well. For weary eyes, small LCD screens are no big […]

Sony RX100MIII, Fuji X30, Panasonic GX7 & Sony A6000 Walkthrough

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Just published – my walkthrough of the RX100 Mark III, Fuji X30, Panasonic GX7 and Sony A6000, all with some similar physical characteristics, but hugely different internals. Be sure to watch and subscribe! Here’s what they look like side by side: Get any of these great cameras from Amazon: Sony A6000: http://amzn.to/1rCIjB2 Panasonic GX7: http://bit.ly/1rVurmg […]