So I was reading a nice little blog written by someone who had bought a Fuji X100F as a “change” from all the high-price RAW-O-MATIC © equipment they’d been using. Looks like a cute little point-n-shoot camera, I thought. Low and behold it has an optical viewfinder! How quaint. Okay, so about $300 or so right?
More like $1,500.
ARE YOU PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER PEOPLE CRAZY?!
I’m beginning to think so.
It’s bad enough you go around making the same framing & composition mistakes rank amateurs do (and utterly fail to notice), but between your fanboy insistence on shooting RAW format, your shoot-until-you-get-a-good-shot methodology, and your inexplicable inability to comprehend value for dollar I can only conclude that you are nuts.
Of course any of you who don’t fall into those traps are exempt from the condemnation.
I will now go back to working on my next series of utterly stunning and unquestionably perfect images that will be taken with my Kodak V1003 that I got for free.