I get a lot of "what camera should I buy," emails and instead of spending an hour replying with all the details someone needs to make this decision, I thought I would share my reply to a question here. This question was from a reader, it basically boils down to this. FroKnowsPhoto switched to Sony from Nikon because they have the best autofocus (allegedly) and for him, that is the end-all-be-all to a camera. Should I buy into Sony for this reason?
The Fujifilm X100V is the latest of the X100 series and we've seen some big changes and modifications to the overall package. An upgraded lens, new sensor, a new button layout, a totally new look, and upgraded software tools, which all together really help this camera stand apart from the previous models. This is by far the most unique update to date, but is it worth it?
AF has improved tremendously over the last few years with Fujifilm cameras. Even the Fujifilm X-T3 with last year's firmware saw significant improvements. However, there is one little camera that still struggles, the X100V. This guide shows you a few cool tricks on how to get better autofocus out of the X100V.
The TTArtisan 50mm f1.2 is a fairly compact, all manual APS-C lens for those seeking a good but affordable 50mm that doesn't sacrifice performance for a bright f1.2 aperture. We haven't really had a lot of great options in this price range with this fast of an aperture until now. With great performance and a lot of Pros but only a few Cons, this lens ends up being one of the better options in the under $150 price range.