For street photography, the camera is the perfect size and weight to carry with you anywhere you go. The flip screen allows you to shoot from the hip – which is a great advantage when shooting street photography less obtrusively.
The fixed 23mm lens on an APS-C sensor is the equivalent of a 35mm lens on a full-frame camera.
Also, the famous Fujifilm film simulations are another great feature of this little camera.
So check out some of the images that come from this camera.
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Have you got your hands on this camera yet? If so, share your thoughts with us in the comments.
Table of contents
- A Look at the Fujifilm X100V in Action for Street Photography (video)
- ADVANCED GUIDES
- CREATIVE TECHNIQUES