When I tested the X-Pro 2


After my Complete switch from Fuji to Sony last year, I had the chance (thanks to Fuji Lebanon) to test the  Fuji X-Pro 2 , with XF35/2R WR , and I borrowed the XF56/1.2R and XF50-140/2.8 R LM OIS WR from a friend to complete the test - as I don't have any Fuji item left in my closet, not…Read more When I tested the X-Pro 2

A7ii vs A7s vs A6000 vs Df High ISO comparison


This is a Quick (non scientific) High ISO Test between Sony A7s, A7II, Nikon Df, and Sony A6000 Lenses used in the test : Sony/Zeiss 35/2.8ZA on A7s A7ii, Nikon 35/2.0 AF-d on Df and Sony/Zeiss 24/1.8ZA on A6000. All Shots taken handheld. A7s-A7II-Df-A6000  ISO 25,600   A7s For Some Reason, the A7s has some…Read more A7ii vs A7s vs A6000 vs Df High ISO comparison

LEICA SL : The real competitor


I hesitated writing my thoughts about the Leica SL after just 2 days after the announcement. Mainly because i didn’t touch a Leica SL, YET. In my previous post, I posted the rumored news about the Launch of the SL with one Question: the death of Range Finder? and it seems many Leica fans didn’t like my…Read more LEICA SL : The real competitor

Goodbye Fuji, Welcome Sony !


I had the Fuji X-Pro 1 since June 2012 ... and it was my main camera for 18 months before I got the Nikon Dƒ early 2014. After I got the Dƒ, the X-Pro1 was rarely used, as I was using the Dƒ and Leica M240 most of the times. I decided to convert the…Read more Goodbye Fuji, Welcome Sony !

Nikon to announce a grip for the Df


It seems that Nikon will announce Finally a grip to the Df , sometimes soon. The grip will have quick access to battery and SD card compartment , it will be made from Aluminum, priced at around J¥ 16,200 (around 138 USD) , and will be named : Df-GR1 , weighting 95g.