Jackson Heights - an X-Pro2 test

3 years ago, I picked up an Fuji X100s to have a walk around camera so I won't need to lug around my Nikon full frame camera and bunch of lenses in my casual walks around my current city, NYC. It took a while before I got used to the rangefinder style of shooting, but needless to say, I fell in love with it. At first, I underestimated the camera and didn't think it would pass as a professional camera, but to my surprise, most of my favorite images was shot from it and in fact, I sold prints from it and it's now hanging to a client's home.

Then Fuji released the Fuji XT1, which is a interchangeable lens system, and from there, I sold all my Nikon gears and switched to Fuji and shot weddings with it and used it as my travel camera. I would say, my back thanked me a lot. I love my XT1 especially the tilt-screen(Which I REALLY MISS,) but I still keep going back to my X100s most of the time. So I've been eagerly waiting for the XPRO2 to come out, and once it was available here in the US, I picked it up and sold my XT1.

I won't do a thorough review, other websites are designed for that. But I decided to take it out for a test last week and took it to Flushing then Jackson Heights in Queens, NY. Below are the images I was able to capture. 


I am definitely excited with this camera and the moments I would capture with it, especially wedding season is coming up! I really love how responsive it is and I love the focus points joystick, just makes switching focus point quicker. Although, I really miss the tilt screen from the XT1. 

Let me know what you think about this set.