The best camera…
Mike Shaw ( Inbox, 15 December) says let’s move on from ‘ The best camera is the one you have with you’, and says that the new outlook should be: ‘ The best camera is the one you understand most.’
Well, what if I left that camera at home? It’d be no good to me then, whether I understand it or not. I see his point though.
I use a Fujifilm X-T1 with a pancake lens on it, set to auto ISO and auto shutter speed. I choose the aperture and just shoot away. And it’s on me 99% of the time, ready at the drop of a hat, fumble-free. Both outlooks covered. Phil Ensor