Recently, I broke down and finally bought a new camera. I had been searching and thinking about it for over a year. When I heard mirrorless cameras were the new “it” technology”, I figured I’d give it some time to see how it upholds on shoots and go from there. One day I did a google search for the best travel cameras. Upon our decision to go abroad again, I wanted to make sure that the camera I took with wasn’t a point-and-shoot with limited zoom range, or a big heavy professional camera that would give me a neck pain as well as a hunched back. Then, as I was researching, a ghost of sorts came up from the mists and caught my eye. The Fuji X T-10. It took me by surprise because it was the exact one that I talk about in this blog about how I learned to shoot on my dad’s camera. I did research on the camera, and was impressed. I even went down to Best Buy to take a look at it up close, and feel in love with it. The features while impressive, was not the reason why I bought the camera, but to honor the legacy of my father. I can’t tell you how happy and proud I am to own this camera. Not out of vanity, or materialism, but because I feel that every time I go out on a shoot now, my dad is with me. And that’s a pretty amazing feeling.