Published Sep 14, 2020
Small, lightweight and offering great image quality from its APS-C format sensor, the Fujifilm X100V is designed for street photography.
In a season of unrest across the globe, Seattle-based photographer Chloe Collyer has been busy using the X100V to document the people – and the expressions of anger and creativity – which have made this summer unforgettable.
Fujifilm X100V sample images by Chloe Collyer
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