Last week, I shared how one pro photographer switched from Nikon to Sony’s mirrorless cameras. But Sony isn’t the only mirrorless camera maker that is firing on all cylinders.
Photographer Lukas Gisbert-mora recently switched from Nikon’s DSLR system to Fuji’s X-Series with the new Fuji X-T1. He’s been a Nikon user for 15 years and after 3 months and 20,000 photos with the X-T1, he switched completely to the Fuji X-T1.
He discusses some of the pains of moving to the Fuji system, as well as the advantages offered by the fast AF system, EVF and the great Fuji X lens system.
Some of the comments last week referenced the Fuji X-Series as an alternative to Sony’s A7 Series, which certainly rings true here. What do you think about the Fuji X-Series as an alternative to DSLRs for wedding and portrait work? Does Lukas point out any reasons that persuade you to consider moving to a mirrorless system?