• Richard Wong says:

    Looks great Dan. Congrats on the sale. The X10 is my favorite camera to carry around too for casual use though obviously not a substitute for my SLR.

  • Congrats Dan! You are certainly getting some great use out of that X10, very impressive to see it hold up to an enlargement that big. Looks like you can’t beat the Fuji for travelling light.


    Congrats Dan.

    I own a Fuji X-10 and X100 and I would not part from them.

    The X-10 is so versatile in different modes.

  • Great! I like your post. Very nice photos. Thank you for sharing this.

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