Fuji X-T2 + Veydra Mini Prime, Tuba cage and rails, Tilta follow focus, Bright Tangerine Titan arm and Blackmagic Design Video Assist (not shown).
I was really counting on being able to share some clips shot with the Veydra Mini Primes and my Fuji X-T2. I placed an order with Veydra on February 11th for a set of three Fuji X-mounts in the hopes of shooting a short documentary and alerting potential X-H1 owners that there exists a much... Continue Reading →
It's been nearly a year since Veydra announced Fuji X-mounts for their Mini Primes, and as there hasn't been any footage whatsoever online with the combination, I thought I'd go ahead and order a set to see how I feel about them with an APS-C sensor. Below are some screen grabs shot with the Lumix... Continue Reading →
I've already gone ahead and ordered a few Fuji X-mounts from Veydra for my Mini Primes, however - I'm not about to abandon my GH5 just yet! There's a reason why my X-T2 has been sitting in a dry box for nearly a year while the GH5 goes wherever I go. The audio meters on... Continue Reading →
A reader over at EOSHD asked what it was like manually focusing with the Fuji AF lenses, so I went ahead and did a quick, highly unscientific test of the five lenses in my possession. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSK4IRpAXUY
I shot with the Fuji X-T2 on the Zhiyun Crane for all the clips. I love the small f/2 lenses, they're so easy to balance on a gimbal. The Saigon Central Post Office is a terrific place for people watching, and the natural light is incredible. And I haven't seen this many outlandish hats in... Continue Reading →
As promised, a field test of the Olympus 25mm f/1.2 shot on the Lumix G85 and the Fuji 90mm f/2 shot on the Fuji X-T2. At $1,200.00 USD, not sure if I'd trade in my Leica 25mm f/1.4 just yet if you've got one: the Olympus is sharp, but it's no match for the Sigma... Continue Reading →