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Limitation is the catalyst for creativity: Fuji x100VI

2/20/2024 Matt 0 Comments

In the realm of photography, Casey Cavanaugh explores the notion that limitation is the catalyst for creativity. The idea that being confined within certain parameters can lead to innovative thinking and the creation of truly remarkable works of art. In this pursuit, Casey delves into the world of the Fuji X100VI, the latest addition to the renowned X100 series.

The Fuji X100VI marks a significant evolution in the line of X100 cameras that dates back to 2010. With a 40-megapixel APS-C sensor and the inclusion of In-Body Image Stabilization (IBIS), this camera pushes the boundaries of what its predecessors offered. Casey notes that despite the slight increase in thickness to accommodate the IBIS unit, the overall design remains familiar, and the camera feels slightly heavier.

The rangefinder-style design of Fuji's cameras, combined with the unique sub LCD inside the optical viewfinder, provides a shooting experience that bridges the gap between traditional and modern.

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About Casey Cavanaugh:

I have worked in professional production and post-production environments since 2009 and wield a wide variety of skills. I'm comfortable leading as well as following and can work great solo or as a team member.  I'm more than willing to go above and beyond to meet a client needs to bring their vision to reality.  This isn't just a career for me.  It's a passion. Let's Get Connected: |  Flickr | Vimeo | Instagram | Patreon

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