If you shoot with a Fujifilm, Olympus, Panasonic, or Sigma camera, we’re
sure you’ve noticed there’s a lack of articles on those brands of cameras. Especially when discussing nightscape and Milky Way photography. By far, most
discussions online are about Cannikony cameras. Despite that trend, we’ve
posted several articles that are specific to Pentax cameras. And you know what,
they are always popular with MilkyWayPhotographers readers!
So if you shoot with a Fujifilm, Olympus, Panasonic, or Sigma for nightscape
or Milky Way photography, let us know and make your voice heard. If you have a
story to tell, we’d be interested in sharing it.
We want to learn more about your experiences using those cameras. Our site
is devoted to discussing all things involving night photography, including
gear. I know APS-C cameras can take awesome Milky Way photos – I started Milky
Way photography with a Sony a6000 APS-C camera and a Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 lens
and I still use them both. And I’ve met several people shooting at night
using other non-full-frame cameras, like the Fuji XT-2. Or Micro Four
Thirds cameras (micro 4/3 or µFT) like the Olympus OMD E-M1. And I know people
are shooting with Panasonics and Sigma as well.
Take this opportunity for you to represent Fuji, Panasonic, Sigma, or
Olympus on MilkyWayPhotographers.com! Heck, we’d even be interested in learning
about any Leica users and how they shoot nightscapes!
PM me at @kirk-keyes or send an email to kirk @ milkywayphotographers.com
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I shoot multiple systems. Back in 2017 I shot a Canon 6d side by side to a Fuji x-t20 on a trip to BBNP. The results were negligible as far as image quality. I used a Samyang 24mm 1.4 on the Canon and a Rokinon 12mm on the Fuji. Now I shoot Sony, but would not hesitate to shoot Fuji again.
Thanks for the reply! I’m surprised we don’t hear from people with these cameras more. I still use my APC-S Sonys on a regular basis.
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