Mind the gap!

The gap between life in the south lands of Italy and the UK.

I confess. I gave into G.A.S. – big time! Here she is:


Yeah… Big time! This is without a doubt my biggest purchase since I started (photography). Of course it doesn’t compare to the money I spent in time on my other gear  but as a one time purchase it literally shreds all the rest.
So what made me do it? I know, a few posts back I said I was fine, no need for extra gear and that 8 buck 29mm lens for my Pentax completed me… (And it did BTW! I shot 3 rolls and currently on my fourth here in London). But I really wanted something valid in my hands when I’m on my everyday-instant-result-shooting. And I’m done with big, clumsy, invasive and noisy gear that the world of DSLRs has made us used to. In the past few weeks I’ve been reading nothing but awesome reviews about this little camera and I really wanted to break away. Probably my last time in the southern Italy town-exploring conviced me. I was with my 1000d ( worthy warrior for several years) but felt very limited. I felt clumsy, heavy, and started to notice (by reading reviews of the x100s) all that I could never achieve with that gear. I know, it sounds dumb but I bind this some lucky (and heavily earned) combinations in my life right now that gave the economic possibility to make the purchase and I told to my self “Fuck it – I deserve this!” and went for it.

I’ve spent a few days shooting here in London with it (I also brought my Pentax spotmatic F which I will never leave in a corner if a trip comes along), I have yet to see the shots on my laptop buy to put it in Zack arias’ words “this camera sees in the dark!”

OK I’m out. I’m in a pub on my second beer with no bathroom break and I really gotta go – Talk to you later!


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