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Famous X-shooter Collection: Beyoncé, Prince Harry, Annie Leibovitz... and who else?


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Artists, Musicians, Photographers, Scientists, Sportsmen, Princes, Directors... the X-series is getting popular also amongst Celebrieties. Here is a selection of "famous X-shooters".... and if you spot someone else, feel free to add him/her in this thread.

 

btw, there must be something right with the Fuji's, if even Ara Güler and Annie Leibovitz own one ;)

 

Beyoncé / Annie Leibovitz / David Beckham / Ara Güler / Prince Harry / Brandon Boyd / Jane Goodall / Morgan Spurlock /

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richard hammond from top gear.

http://www.topgear.com/uk/richard-hammond/richard-on-retro-artefacts-2012-07-23

 

apparently a lot of the tg crew own fujis as well and they've got some of the best cameramen i've seen.

I can confirm that at least four of Top Gear's regular camera operators use Fuji cameras regularly, one of the producers in 2012 had a X100 with them at all times and most publicity stills from the various Top Gear trips of the last few years are taken on Fuji cameras. The X-E2 with the 14mm f/2.8 is especially popular with that crew.

 

... But they use Canon EOS C-series for video  ;)

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Why would I reason that because a famous person uses a Fuji it must be good?

you're right... it's not so that just because Beyoncé has an X100S, this means it is also a great camera.

 

My comment about "there must be something right with the Fuji's" was more related to Annie Leibovitz and Ara Güler, who own a Fuji. Sure, it doesn't proove that the Fuji's are great cameras. It just shows that 2 of the worlds most popular photographers like to shoot with it, hence "there must be somthing right with the Fuji's"

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