FujiFilm X100F

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Fujifilm Finepix X100F: Is a prime lens digital camera that uses a custom APS-C sized CMOS sensor and Hybrid Viewfinder, and fixed 23 mm F2.0 Fujinon lens. The X100F is the fourth generation of Fujifilm’s well-respected X100 series. It has the ‘classic’ design cues, but almost everything has changed under the surface. Click picture Gallery to check some sample’s from this camera.

The Fujifilm X-series range of digital cameras consists of Fujifilm‘s high-end digital cameras[1] and is aimed at professional and keen enthusiast photographers. It is part of the larger range of Fujifilm’s digital cameras. X-series itself is not characterized by a single common sensor size, technology or a lens format. Rather, its main differentiating feature is emphasis on the controls needed by an advanced digital camera user.

Construction of KuopioRock 2015 Music Festival

Kuopio_rock_2015_raksaHell yeah! If I remember correctly this is tenth year for me to point & shoot photos at this event. Along the years this Music Festival has gone viral, and made some name for it self and the Finnish Music Festival scene. I’m looking forward friday and the upcoming artists and shows. Click picture to see some early footage & construction of Kuopio Rock 2015.

Medium Film format

Hasselblad 500 C/M Haudi hou! I recently bought my first medium format film camera. It’s called Hasselblad500 C/M. I have to say I love this beast! It takes very sharp and detailed photos, Only downside is that it’s heavy and bulky carry around & challenging to operate because it’s full manual nature. It doesen’t even have a build in light meter, so one have to use seperate lightmeter or the Sunny 16 rule when taking photos. Here are my first Sample film roll pictures.

Here’s some basic info about the camera. The Hasselblad 500C was first introduced in 1957 by the Victor Hasselblad AB, replacing the original focal plane shutter models 1600F and 1000F. It was replaced by the 500C/M (M for modified according to the factory), featuring an interchangeable focusing screen and an improved automatic back, the A-series film magazines.

Following the design of the previous models, the Victor Hasselblad AB made the V-series completely modular: Not only the lenses, but also the winding crank, the viewfinder and the film magazine are exchangeable during normal operation of the camera. Hasselblad came with a 12-shot magazine for 120 film.


iPod Nano & iWatchz

Few days ago, I got this special urge to buy some high-tech stuff. I didn’t quite know what it would be, until I found this product called iWatchz. With this product you can wear your iPod Nano (6 generation) like a wristwatch. I thought it would be perfect for listening music when I go to the Gym. I didn’t have a wristwatch, and I sometimes thought that my iPhone 4 music player wasn’t small enough, so I bought iPod Nano too.

There are several different watch bracelets, and styles to choose from iwatchz collections. Timepiece collection was one of my favorite. You can check all the collections from the product webpage www.iwatchz.com. iPod Nano has many different clock faces to choose from. I added few pictures so you can check them out for your self. Here’s the official webpage www.apple.com/ipodnano.

In my opinion this product rocks & it’s awesome. Build in quality is also excellent. I think this is a quite funny way to combine two products together.

Please note! You need to buy iPod Nano separately, if you buy iWatchz.

Sharetool 2 & Macbook Air

I recently purchased my first laptop (Macbook Air) When I’m on the road, I sometimes need to do some picture editing, and file transfers as my hobby of freelancer photographer. My Macbook Air is perfect for the job. It’s essential for me to have quick and secure access to my home computer from anywhere around the world. That’s why I tried to find a easy way to create secure access to my home network. I tested few VPN server programs that’s out there, but I didn’t find easy way to configure and set them up.

After a few hours of hassle I found very promising website (www.yazsoft.com) that had just the product I was looking for.  ShareTool 2 is exclusively for Mac OS X 10.5.8 and later, ShareTool is hands down, the fastest, easiest, and most secure way to access your Bonjour services from anywhere in the world.

With ShareTool, you would be able to:

  • encrypt all of your web traffic and route it through your home network.
  • browse the web securely,
  • listen to your entire home iTunes music library,
  • iTunes Home Sharing fully supported across the internet,
  • control the screen of any of your home computers,
  • grab that important file you forgot to bring with you,
  • connect to your FileMaker Pro database,
  • connect to your complete home iPhoto library,
  • print on your home network,
  • and a whole lot more.

I think the coolest extra feature in this product is that it allows me to access my home computer (iMac) iPhoto Library & iTunes music collection anywhere around the world. For more info go to the company website and check it out. I highly recommend this app for everyone!