An old digital camera

A conceptual and not very technical review of the Fujifilm X100

I recently bought a new camera. To call it “new” is not really correct because it is actually a 10 years old digital camera, which, in technological terms, is practically a geological era. To give you an idea of how little it is technically capable, suffice it to say that any cell phone — even the cheapest — has a sensor…

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Architect, photographer, illustrator, writer. L’Indice Totale, The Fluxus and I Love Podcasts, co-founder @ RunLovers | -> http://www.martinopietropoli.com

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