Over the past month we asked Tribeca based photographer Ethan Barber to play around with the Fujifilm X-E2S and give us his thoughts about the camera and its ability to take shots around the city. We wanted to see how a mid level camera could handle content production and would aid in production with its easy to use interface and built in wifi.
Over the course of the last month, I’ve had the opportunity to try the Fujifilm X-E2S. As a full-time graphic designer who commutes into Tribeca each day from northern New Jersey; portability is one of the most important factors in a camera for me. Having a small bag, space quickly fills up with my laptop, snacks, and assorted winter gear. My old DSLR was bulky and heavy, but I lugged it around because the quality of photos I was able to capture with it were worth it. Switching over to this Fuji, I was able to capture photos with the same quality and depth as my DSLR, but with the lightweight feel and smaller body that this mirrorless camera packs. Despite its deceivingly small size, it easily compares to much more expensive and larger cameras currently on the market.
This camera is perfect for:
- Entry-level photographers
- Photographers who need to save on space.
- Small weekend trips and quick portraits.
Duane Street | Tribeca || FujiFilm XE2S
Greenwich Street | Tribeca || FujiFilm XE2S
The Corner of Crosby and Broome | Soho || FujiFilm XE2S
Building entryway on West Broadway | Tribeca|| FujiFilm XE2S
The intersection of Broadway and Howard | Soho || FujiFilm XE2S
West Broadway | Tribeca || FujiFilm XE2S