Make the Switch Goes Live – Fujifilm shoot in London
Posted on Sep 2, 2021
Have a great photo experience with Photography News and Fujifilm. We’re looking for six readers to join us for an exclusive shoot in London on 30 September
More and more photographers are taking the massive step of moving on from their DSLRs to a mirrorless camera system.
Our popular monthly Make the Switch feature talks to photographers who have taken the step of moving to a Fujifilm mirrorless system. The aim of Make the Switch Live is to give six readers the chance to experience Fujifilm kit for themselves with the support of a Fujifilm tech expert in a real-life situation. It’s free and there is no commitment to buy or anything else.
All we ask is that we feature you in a future issue of Photography News with a selection of your images taken on the day and your thoughts about the kit you tried.
We have six spots available on 30 September and you will get the chance to use the Fujifilm X-S10 and a selection of lenses including the XF10-24mm f/4 R OIS WR, XF27mm f/2.8 R WR and XF70-300mm f/4-5.6 R LM OIS WR.
The day begins with a briefing at the Fujifilm House of Photography in the heart of London’s Covent Garden, before we head out as a group for a photo tour around some of the city’s best photo locations. Lunch, a Travelcard and refreshments during shoot will be provided, but getting to the event is at your own expense. The day ends with a debriefing at the House of Photography.
Our experience is aimed at DSLR photographers who are thinking of getting into the Fujiflm X-system so this is the perfect opportunity to try one of its latest cameras and a selection of lenses.
If you are interested in joining us, please email PN’s editor Will Cheung on firstname.lastname@example.org. Add Fujifilm MTS to the subject box of your email, and include details of what camera/s you are currently using.
Closing date for entries is 19 September.
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