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The eXhibition: Low Light – Part 1

X-series users from across the globe share their finest images and the stories behind them

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Chris Saddler – Night-time Vegas

“I’m so glad I took the plunge and bought an X-series camera. The images are stellar and the high ISO capability amazes me. This aerial shot was taken at ISO 2000. I took it in Raw and made minor adjustments in Adobe Camera Raw.”

Camera: X-E2 Lens: XF18-55mm Exposure: 1/10sec at F5.6, ISO 2000

Camera: X-E2 Lens: XF18-55mm Exposure: 1/10sec at F5.6, ISO 2000

Jorge Miño – The look of love

“I was walking in Madrid looking for black & white urban images when I saw this impressive pub. I realised that this girl was looking at her boyfriend with big open eyes so I composed the image and took three shots. The pub is really impressive, but I value much more her way of looking at her boyfriend – to my eyes it says she’s completely in love.”

jorge Mino La mirada del amor

Camera: X-Pro1 Lens: 35mm Exposure: 1/50sec at F1.4, ISO 800

Peter Fauland – EPFL Rolex Learning Center, Lausanne

“I run a studio and photography school in Berlin, Germany. Recently I documented the construction of the EPFL Rolex Learning Center in Lausanne, Switzerland. Returning to Lausanne, I was thrilled to visit the Center again, this time with my X-series cameras.

“For around a year I’ve been using these mirrorless cameras and the FUJINON lenses because of their outstanding image quality, especially in low-light situations, the simplicity of operation and the much smaller size and weight compared with my old camera kit.”

Camera: X-Pro1 Lens: Zeiss Touit F2.8 12mm Exposure: 6.3secs at F11, ISO 250

Camera: X-Pro1 Lens: Zeiss Touit F2.8 12mm Exposure: 6.3secs at F11, ISO 250

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