Ever since Fuji launched the x100 I have been swooning over their perfect little digi/old school cameras.
There is no way I could justify one of the top end models, I'm not looking for a dslr replacement, I don't need something that is like my canon. It's more that I wanted something that fitted in a pocket and was easy to have fun with.
Enter the xa-1, their littlest, least complicated member of the x-series. It's marketed as the entry-level model, but from what I've seen of it, it's just lovely. And with fuji's new year lense deals it's a bit of a steal.
What makes me smile so much though is it's wifi capabilities, it connects to the iPhone app, you browse your images, transfer what you want and then it's into whatever mobile editing you fancy.
Everything in this post is shot on the Fuji xa-1, transferred wirelessly whilst having a coffee and then edited in snapseed & totally rad's pictapgo.... It's like a brave new world. :-)
Oh, and then I created this blog on my iPhone, completely mobile photography. :-)