More today from the the X-E1 and the Zeiss Touit 32mm. It’s just a really lovely combination, small yet powerful in image quality.
This lunchtime was awful weather in some ways, but perfect for photography too. Bright, diffuse light allowing shutter speeds outside in excess of 1/1000. However, that meant a lot of clouds too!
I had one of the tension headaches I get sometimes and decided to clear my head with a walk over London Bridge to the South Bank.
I walked just past HMS Belfast, a stunning relic of WWII that’s just reopened after a recent refurbishment.
The Zeiss 32mm can’t manufacture resolution that doesn’t exist, so you can see it’s a 16mp sensor if you hit 100%, nonetheless, it’s obvious this sensor and lens together are just about a perfect combination and give class leading results. I certainly enjoyed myself once again – and my headache was banished by the end of my walk.
Taken with my Fujifilm X-E1 and Carl Zeiss Touit 32mm