Review: Fuji Pro Rental Service + Q&A with Fujifilm

Let’s face it: modern camera equipment can get expensive. All of this highly sophisticated gear sells for hundreds and even thousands of dollars a piece, and as a result it’s become a wise move to rent before you purchase to make sure you’re comfortable with your choice. Fujifilm, already well known for their ability to listen to their users, now offers the Fuji Pro Rental Service that allows you to rent lenses, and even camera bodies, before you swipe that credit card for the full amount. I took the service for a spin and wanted to share my thoughts on the experience with you. Stay tuned at the end of the review for a special Q&A with Dan Scarola at Fujifilm about the program and what we might expect from Fuji in the future.

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Review: these kings. these subterraneans. by Patrick La Roque

If you shoot on the Fuji X Series you've probably heard of Patrick La Roque - a well known Fuji X Photographer from Montreal. Patrick is a freelance documentary photographer and founder of the KAGE Collective who is no stranger to digital publishing. His first e-book, 1Eye Roaming, was about his experiences traveling in Europe with his new X100 and its transformative effects on his photography. Now, with these kings. these subterraneans., Patrick is intertwining three of his talents: music, photography and writing, into a new e-book that doesn't chronicle places he's been, but rather where he actually is now.

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