Powerful Compactful – The Fujifilm X-T30 Review

Third time’s a charm, right? Not that the X-T10 and X-T20 weren’t little charmers in their own right, but if the recent success and reviewer praises of the XT3 are anything to come by, then the third iteration of the X-TX0 is indeed bound to be the charm. And indeed it is! The X-TX0 series…

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Tokyo – five

This is the last of my five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  Part 1: Tokyo-one Part 2: Tokyo-two Part 3: Tokyo-three-Kyoto Part 4: Tokyo-four After Friday nights extravaganza at the karaoke bar and on the dancefloor, saturday morning was not an easy one to get through. It was also the day where I had to…

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Tokyo – four

This is the fourth of five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  Part 1: Tokyo-one Part 2: Tokyo-two Part 3: Tokyo-three-Kyoto Part 5: Tokyo-five Waking up in Tokyo that friday morning, I realised that today I was going to be literally lost in translation. The swedish delegation had gone home earlier that morning, the amazing tourguide…

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Tokyo – three – Kyoto

This is the third of five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  Part 1: Tokyo-one Part 2: Tokyo-two Part 4: Tokyo-four Part 5: Tokyo-five Part three of this series isn’t really so much about Tokyo as it is about its anagram city Kyoto. For day three we had an arranged trip to the city of Kyoto.…

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Tokyo – two

This is the second of five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  Part 1: Tokyo-one Part 3: Tokyo-three-Kyoto Part 4: Tokyo-four Part 5: Tokyo-five You know that feeling when you wake up, and you briefly think that you’re at home in your own bed needing to get up and get ready for work, but then you…

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Tokyo – one

This is the first of five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  Part 2: Tokyo-two Part 3: Tokyo-three-Kyoto Part 4: Tokyo-four Part 5: Tokyo-five It’s been 10 days. 10 days since I returned home from what has been a big mark on my bucket list for quite some years now. Ever since I started getting involved…

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When the floor dust settles

So, the show is indeed over. Photokina 2018 has come to an end. Or actually it ended three days ago. But who’s counting anyway. For those of you who haven’t ever been to a spectacle such as Photokina, I really can not begin to describe what kind of a marketing show it is. And yet…

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Croatia

We spent our summer vacation in sunny Croatia. I had heard from friends and acquaintances that it was a gorgeous place to visit. So we decided that this year we would head that way this summer. So we did. We drove 2000 km from Århus, Denmark to Biograd, Croatia near Zadar and Split. The kids…

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Fujifilm X-T100 Review – Quality on a budget

Here we go again. These Fujifilm camera first look reviews has become quite the theme for me, apparently. I do wish that I would get more time to update the blog with other stuff than Fujifilm releasing a new camera, but it’s just the way my life is at the moment. I’m shooting more and…

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Hamburg with the X-E3

A month ago I went on a weekend trip with the missus to Hamburg. I usually bring my X100 series cameras on these trips, because it’s such a compact around camera system. But this time I brought the prototype X-E3. Mostly because I had it (this was before september 7th) and I thought it could…

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Fujifilm X-E3 Review – The liberator

It’s been a long time coming. The third iteration of Fujifilms X-E line of X-series camera. Built in a rangefinder “brick” styling, but without the OVF of the X-Pro line, the X-E3 is to its bigger brother X-Pro2, what the X-T20 is to the X-T2. As always, the wishlist for features in a new fujifilm…

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Icelandic inclusion – The Fujinon GF 23mm f/4 Review

In the year 2017 four Danish friends set out to revisit the cradle of the nordics. The land of the Norse mythology. The Epic land of Thor, land of Odin…. land of extremely complicated names like Eyjafjallajökull! They had been on the trip before. They had already experienced what Iceland had to offer. What majestic landscapes that…

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