Jonas Rask's review and example pictures helped me make the decision. Unboxing It's heavy! The sound and feeling as if something in the lens is loose is normal and disappears when you turn on the camera. Settings Very little haptic feedback when turning the aperture ring Make sure your camera's firmware is up to date. …
On Parpan Rothorn with the 16-50mm and the 100-400mm/xf1.4x. I find it amazing how easy the capricorns are to miss on the red stone. Panorama stitched with Affinity Photo.
Hat tip to the great Art Wolfe, taken at Parpan Rothorn.
Comparison of different Fujinon lenses on the X-T10. For a comparison to the X100s see Angle of view, for the macro extension tubes see MCEX-11 and MCEX-16, for more comparison pictures of the 100-400mm with the 1.4 converter see Fujinon 100-400mm. On the pictures: Botanical Garden and University Library, University of Basel.
Basel Zoo (again again), this time with the X-T10 and the 100-400mm, no tripod. Snow leopard Giraffe Wild boar Pelican Carmine bee-eater
Comparing the Fujinon 100-400mm without and with the teleconverter XF1.4X, on a tripod. Pictured: Kraftwerk Birsfelden, built 1953/54 by Hans Hofmann. At 100mm: At 400mm: Mittlere Brücke in Basel, seen from Johanniterbrücke, very windy weather. At 400mm: At 100mm:
Land art at the sculpture parc Kloster Schönthal 1145. See also Recovered memory by Nicola Hicks. How to get there. Nigel Hall: Soglio Peter Nagel: Planet of the pigs David Nash: Two charred vessels Ilan Averbuch: Whispers Kurt Sigrist: Shelter
Basel Zoo (again), with the X-T10 and the 50-230mm: Meerkats, Squirrel Monkey.