Trip to Germany
This summer, I had a chance to visit Germany. It was a business trip, but I managed to have leisure time to wander around Frankfurt and Munich. I even had chance to cross a bucket list item—driving on Nürburgring Nordschleife! Sadly, I don’t have any photo since my hands were tight on the wheel.
The trip was a perfect chance for me to test the new lens, XF16mm F/2.8. Even though Fuji cameras and lens are very light already, I still want to pack things as light as possible. Long story short, XF16mm didn’t disappoint. This and XF35mm F/2 were all I need in this trip.
Since I sold the X100F, I kept thinking if I should buy a 23mm lens, specifically XF23mm F/2. However, to be honest I just don’t find the focal length interesting. It’s just personal preference and I’m sure the focal length is useful and it’s just I don’t know how to use it properly. I prefer 35mm to 23mm in APS-C format, and for wider shot I actually quite like to use 16mm!
We visited many places in Germany, but sadly I didn’t capture enough pictures.
I need to have another trip to Europe soon.