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  1. Albert Smith
    September 9, 2020 @ 3:55 pm

    “In conclusion, I can highly recommend the X-E3…”

    I’m a late adapter to the X-E3, having used the XPro2 and X-T2 for a couple of years. I can concur with your testimonial to its capability. My ego made me get the upper level cameras initially and they are great, but the petite X-E3 is being taken out most often lately when I go out for general photography. It has the same sensor and processor as the other two cameras in my stable, but at a fraction of the weight and size. Now after using the X-E3 for some time, my XPro2 feels huge.


    • Gustaf Wiking
      September 9, 2020 @ 7:31 pm

      Hello Albert!

      I hear what you’re saying! I probably would stick to the x-E3 if it was weather sealed since i bring it everywhere and might fall on my bike. I know the X-Pro3 is bigger, but i used to cary around a canon 7D all the time so it is still a decent size 🙂


      • Albert Smith
        September 9, 2020 @ 8:01 pm

        Yeah… the X Pro series is bigger than the X-E3, but its smaller and lighter than my Nikon full frame, even with a 50mm equivalent.

        All the X-series fujis are a joy after DSLRs.

        You will like the 23mm f/2, even on the X-E3 it is quick and sure to focus and that extra stop of light can’t hurt.


        • Gustaf Wiking
          September 10, 2020 @ 10:09 pm

          I hear you! They sure are! Looking forward to it. Thinking of selling the x-e3 with the 18-55 since i hardly use it, to get some more cash towards the x-pro3


  2. Ben Holbrook
    September 10, 2020 @ 11:08 am

    Hey Gustaf,

    Great photos my friend, and I loved hearing your story. I shot with the 27mm for a long time too (mainly on the XT20) and totally agree with you regarding its size – how could anyone feel threatened by that stumpy little thing haha!

    I then went to the 23mm f2 (on my XT3) and can assure you that you’ll appreciate and still enjoy it.

    Here’s a little sample from last weekend:

    It’s just as sharp but you get much better depth, and it’s still a tiny and un-intimidating lens. I’m actually thinking of selling my 27mm now as I never used it (although I can’t actually bring myself to part with it).

    Anyhow, I will look forward to seeing more of your images and hearing how you get along with your new setup.

    Until then,



  3. Gustaf Wiking
    September 10, 2020 @ 10:13 pm

    Hi Ben!

    Thank you for taking your time to read my article! I’m really glad you like my work and the article! I checked you blog too, looks really nice! Will spend some time there too, for sure!

    I’m looking forward to the new set up with the 23mm. Just need a new job 🙂
    I think I will keep the 27mm or get the updated version when, or if, it comes along!

    Keep up the good work!


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