After lugging around a full frame beast and tripod all morning, for this outing, I only used the Fuji X100V. One advantage this camera has over my full frame gear, is a built in flash that can fire at very high shutter speeds. That little flash pops just enough light onto people to really help with exposure in harsh daylight conditions. I have customized the quick menu to include the different flash modes as well as exposure compensation. Usually the default flash settings are too harsh and don’t look natural.

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Noah Bershatsky

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Photographer | Blogger | Black Belt | Family Man | My cat is 20 years old.

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