Monday, September 19, 2011

Fuji x100 - Unboxing

This is the unboxing of my Fuji X100.

The first look and feel of this camera is pretty good. The camera feels very solid and it is pretty. I will be testing the camera, but the initial look and feel is pretty solid.

I've got it for RM$3200 with a 32GB Class 10 SD card, Original Fuji X100 Camera Case and a screen protector.

I'm just upgrading to the newest ver 1.11 firmware, and will do some shooting later. for now, the power up seems pretty fast, and the shutter lag is bearable, like a regular point and shoot.

The focusing is not fast and it cannot capture my fishes swimming. The image quality looks pretty good and the rear LCD screen and viewfinder is simply amazing.

Its a left-eye focus camera, and when I used my right eye in the viewfinder, I could see the lens of the camera.

I'm quite satisfied with what it is at the moment, and will shoot more to try it out and give it a review over the next few days.

Certainly very excited to have a APS-C sensor in such a compact body!

-- Robin Low

Sunday, September 04, 2011

Night Festival Singapore 2011

Prior to my visit to Night Festival, I heard many good things, and the large crowds it draws.

I was very excited and decided to visit on 3 September 2011, and here are some of the photos.

Jellyfish in the sky

Jellyfish in the air.


Spooky projected face

Night Lights 2011

Night Lights 2011

Space Invaders

Trying to reach the light

Kid observing her shadow.

Balloon holding brown thing?

Yes, the question after arriving at 6pm hearing all the good things was "That's it?"

Yes, there was sort of a live light show exhibition at the Singapore Art Museum, but everything else seemed rather underwhelming. The crowd was terrible and the experience was rather disappointing.

Standing under LED lights to stare at your own shadow seemed to be one of the attractions as well.


-- Robin Low