Wildlife 1

RSP - Reinhold Staden Photography - Wildlife
RSP - Reinhold Staden Photography - Wildlife
RSP - Reinhold Staden Photography - Wildlife
RSP - Reinhold Staden Photography - Wildlife

Shot with Fuji X-T2 and Fuji XF 100-400 Zoom


14 thoughts on “Wildlife 1

      • Your work is so beautiful, Reinhold.
        I am finally feeling comfortable with my X-T2 — still not as intuitive to me as my Nikon but getting there and I am so pleased with the results. (and the weight!)

      • Thank you, Jane. I can only return the compliment. I never got comfortable with my Nikon D800. It was a constant battle to avoid hand shake and to carry the weight. My X-T1 is in service in the moment. Turns out to be a nightmare. 4 weeks without a camera is no fun at all. I rented a Fuji X-T2 and the 100-400mm lens to capture the eagle owl in our neighborhood. 7 days. And day 6 was a success. I like the X-T2 (and the lens). But I can’t wait to receive my X-T1 from service. It is like a 3rd hand to me. I can operate it in the complete darkness. I will miss the joystick of the X-T2 and the 4k video. Happy days. Reinhold

      • Hi Reinhold, Interesting that you didn’t love the D800. I love shooting with it but have gotten so weary of its weight with the big lenses. I kept it when I got the X-T2 but rarely use it now. I am looking forward to the day I can operate the Fuji in darkness…not quite there yet but really enjoying it. Sorry you are dealing with service issues on the X-T1. Good luck!

      • I know what you mean, Jane. I carried the D800 and 4 lenses for 4 months in England. After that I decided to change systems. And my X-T1 is back from service. I got it back today. Happy days. Reinhold

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