Fujifilm X100V hands-on + Vlogging with the X-T4

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As you may know, if you follow me on Instagram, I spent last weekend going out doing a full Fujifilm X100V hands-on test. And I vlogged with the X-T4 in the meantime.
I’m actually excited because it is my first vlog on YouTube! Something I had procrastinated for soooooo long.

I finally managed to launch my YouTube photography channel only a few weeks ago and now I published my first vlog! To be honest, I had lots of fun doing it and even (in some parts) editing it in Adobe Premiere afterwards. It’s been quite the learning on all fronts, maybe something worth writing about. But definitely lots of fun.

What’s this about?

I received the X100V from Fujifilm at the end of last week and had 4 days to play with it. I’m glad the lockdown has eased because I was able to go out for a series of thorough hands-on sessions. And I thought I would record the whole Fujifilm X100V hands-on experience with my brand new X-T4.
Aside from one day when I wanted to experience the liberating feeling of just going out with a compact camera (and a powerful one) rather than a bag full of gear, I filmed a lot of my time out with my camera. That’s when I decided I would finally publish a vlog.

And vlogging with the X-T4 has been… interesting. I had issues, but mostly due to my inexperience as a video maker. Some of them are already highlighted in this vlog, but I’ll talk more about them in the next one.
I hope you’ll like the video and subscribe to my channel. Feedback and critiques are very much welcome… Help me help you ;)

Here’s the vlog, enjoy!

Fujfilm X100V in the streets of London AND vlogging with the X-T4

And the link to my channel:

Stay tuned, more to come!

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