On gear: How I became an avid Fuji X photographer


About my path to the perfect camera I possess now. And about how such a thing doesn’t exist and actually possesses me.

I think it’s only fair to warn anyone that should want to read this. It was my intention to write a few words about how my interest for photography grew over the years into the passion that it is now. It became a rather long text. I can easily give you the short version: over the years I bought many cameras and lenses. And I’ll probably keep going down this road in the future. I’m afraid it’s a prime example of GAS. In Belgium GAS stands for some idiotic municipal sanctions. But that’s a whole different story. I’m talking about the Gear Acquisition Syndrome, the all-consuming desire to expand your collection of gear. Anyone who has ever suffered from it will know exactly what I mean. For me it’s [Continue Reading]

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