Fujifilm X-H2S Launch Event – Singapore

Today is the official launch event for Fuji X-H2S in Singapore and I am lucky enough to get invited for attending this event. This event comes with some outdoor activities and then a lunch session to end it. I feel that this is a very unique way to launch a product. To keep things simple,Continue reading “Fujifilm X-H2S Launch Event – Singapore”

XF18-120mm -A Good Zoom Lens for Photographers?

First of all, I would like to thank Ms Carmen, Marketing Manager of Fujifilm Singapore, for loaning the XF18-120mm and X-S10. By the time this review is online, the units had returned back to Fujifilm Singapore. In this hands-on experience, I used this lens for photography only and nothing related to videography. Because I doContinue reading “XF18-120mm -A Good Zoom Lens for Photographers?”

Is X-H2S Priced Right?

X-summit Omiya 2022 has come and gone. It was an announcement of something we have expected and something that we are unexpected. Thanks to the hints from the previous X-summit and rumors websites, we are pretty much prepared for gears such as X-H2S, XF18-120mm, and XF150-600mm to be announced in this X-summit and truly, theyContinue reading “Is X-H2S Priced Right?”

Sigma 56mm f1.4 – The Most Compact Portrait Lens

Before I start with this experience sharing post, I would like to thank and appreciate Mr Lawson from Sigma Marketing (Singapore) for providing me with the loan of Sigma 56mm f1.4 Contemporary DC DN. Intro Fujifilm has never lacked of lens choices for portrait shooters to choose from. And there are even massive options availableContinue reading “Sigma 56mm f1.4 – The Most Compact Portrait Lens”

X-E4: Minimalism = Limitation?

Is minimalism equal to limitation? In a way, yes. Minimalism is by keeping things as simple as possible, limited yet still functioning as what it suppose to be. In this case, X-E4 has done it and did it right. It has the most minimalistic design Fujifilm has ever created. The design is a bold move.Continue reading “X-E4: Minimalism = Limitation?”

XF23mm f1.4 R – is the Classic still worth buying in 2022?

After three months of delay, the successor of the classic XF23mm f1.4 R has finally arrived on our shore this month. While the price of the newly launched lens is priced at USD 900, the predecessor is easily available between USD 600 to 700~ ish. Is it worth saving the $200 ~ $300 difference? InContinue reading “XF23mm f1.4 R – is the Classic still worth buying in 2022?”

My Top 12 Most Favorite Photos in 2021

2021 comes and goes. In this pandemic year, I have gained quite fruitful experiences. In this year, I have a total of 22 posts, 11 of them are reviews of camera gears and lenses. All thanks to the opportunities given by Mr. Keitaro So, Divisional Head of Fujifilm, and Cles Distribution of Tamron Singapore andContinue reading “My Top 12 Most Favorite Photos in 2021”

Looking back my Japan trip in monochrome

It was a blink of an eye that 2 years has passed since my last overseas holiday trip. It was in November 2019 and then covid-19 begans. Friends who know me and follow my Instagram are kinda irate about me sharing my belated Japan trip photos since early this year. (It is coming to anContinue reading “Looking back my Japan trip in monochrome”

TTArtisan 17mm f1.4: The Economical Ultra-wide Angle Lens

Due to my work and other personal commitment, this short lens review takes me quite a while to write and share. Here is the review: I win the TTArtisan 17mm f1.4 over an online photography competition early this year. Coincidentally, this lens completes the uncostly quaternity lenses of my Fujifilm camera setup. Together with theContinue reading “TTArtisan 17mm f1.4: The Economical Ultra-wide Angle Lens”

GFX 50S II: A Taste of “More Than Full Frame”

Before I begin, I would like to thank Mr. Keitaro So, Divisional Head of Fujifilm for providing the loan for GFX 50S II, GF 45mm, GF 50mm, GF 80mm, and GF 32-64mm. The units were loaned from Fujifilm Asia Pacific and had returned back to them by the time of releasing this review. Disclaimer:1. All theContinue reading “GFX 50S II: A Taste of “More Than Full Frame””