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I plan to shoot a long term (lifetime) project, of portraits of meditators and their meditation environments. I used to have the full pro arsenal, and have been out of the game for almost 3 years now. I am out of touch with the latest kit, and want to pick some brains.
I’m a writer and meditation teacher right now, and close to zero budget. I’ve set a budget of £300 for my camera, initially. I want good low light capability, compact, and portrait friendly. Right now, I’m feeling it for the Fuji X10. Anyone have any thoughts on this? Anyone shooting or shot with one? I wish the video was good on it, that’s my only reservation. But it’s not. I could get by with iphone video for now, as it’s not the main goal. Maybe.
Other thoughts are G12 (I used to shoot with G9, D300s, Zeiss, Nikkor and Olympus Zuiko glass), Nikon 1 V1, Panasonic GX1, but all go just over my budget, and my draw is still to the Fuji X10.
My other thought is to buy an Olympus film body, OM2 or similar, as I used to shoot them, or Nikon, and shoot film.