Gear and Inspiration

I believe that less is more and I'm more impressed by those that create new things by using existing gear in creative ways rather than buying the latest and biggest cameras. So far my Fujifilm X100T has proven to me a trustworthy companion during our trips. 95% of the photos are taken using this camera. I probably won't upgrade it as travel camera until it breaks.

The X100T

Once I found an Olympus OM10 for 1$ on a flee market. It had an Olympus F.Zuiko 50mm 1.8 lens attached. The camera wasn't working but the lens, although pretty beat up, work both mechanically and optically. I've mounted it on a Fujifilm X-T20 and use it for slow photography.

The Oly F.Zuiko 50mm1.8 mounted on an X-T20.
Page with samples using vintage lenses:



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