On your outdoor photographic field trips, you’ve been lugging around camera bodies, lenses and equipment. In this video, professional nature photographer David Johnston travels to a Tennessee winter wonderland and shows you how the lightweight Fujifilm X-A7 camera can be a simple alternative to the elaborate camera technology. It doesn’t matter whether you are an amateur, advanced, or pro photographer.
Although the Fujifilm X-A7 is considered an entry level camera. David found it very useful on hiking trips. Since the Fujifilm X-A7 is small enough to fit into your jacket pocket, you can cover more ground in searching for photo opportunities. The Fujifilm X-A7 is simple to use. Beginning photographers can quickly learn not only manual mode but also full auto mode, aperture priority, and shutter priority. The dials reside on top of the camera body which allows you to easily control lighting choices. The Fujifilm X-A7 camera’s sensor creates high quality images that you can print or show online in any format.
The Fujifilm X-A7 is compact, making it easy to change lenses, switching from zoom to wide angle to telephoto in a matter of seconds. Whether using the camera handheld or on a tripod, the features are designed to be quick and practical. David likes the fast focus and the LCD touch screen which locks a choice of several focus points with a tap of the finger. As for video capabilities, the focus is superb and the files sharp. Versatility is a strong feature of the Fujifilm X-A7. The LCD screen snaps out, swivels and turns. To capture an unusual angle, you can go low or high with a minimum of body movement.
Take a winter excursion with Outdoor Photography Guide’s professional photographer David Johnston for valuable tips on the features, advantages and benefits of the Fuji X-A7 camera.