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Eurobasket 2017 with Fujifilm X-T2

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I had an honour to be official photographer for FIBA at Eurobasket 2017 group A in Helsinki. Shot whole tournament with my Fujifilm X-T2 bodies with different lenses and has one backup Canon 5D MK III with 200mm F1,8 also with me (which didn't get too much work...). Unfortunately I didn't have my 90/2 with me as it fell from my bag couple of weeks before the tournament and I had to send it to get it repaired. There were many surprised photographers asking from me am I really shooting with Fujifilm. I was the only one who used anything besides Nikon and Canon, but as always Fujifilm didn't let me down!

 

Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T2 + 50-140

 

Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T2 + 23/1,4

 

Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T2 + 10-24/4

 

Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T2 + 35/2

 

Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T2 + 50-140

 

Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T2 + 24/1,4

 

 

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Lauri Markkanen at Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T2 + 50/2

 

Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T2 + 50/2

 

Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T2 + 50-140/2,8

 

Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T2 + 50-140/2,8

 

Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T2 + 10-24/4

 

Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T2 + 50-140/2,8

 

Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T2 + 10-24/4

 

All shots converted from RAW using Lightroom.

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