Back to the roots ...

It was before X-Mas last year when i had this revelation, reminding me of Bill Murray in the great movie "Groundhog Day": 2 years ago I'd traded my full frame DSLR gear (Canon 5DII with a full set of L-lenses) for a "compact mirrorless APS-C" setup (Fuji X-Pro1, X100S, then XT-1, ...), but before I knew it a new bunch of lenses had found their way into my kit and the "compact" attribute kinda got lost along the way ...

 STOP ! ... Dump the ballast !

STOP ! ... Dump the ballast !

 Fruit Bowl Shadows

Fruit Bowl Shadows

So there i was, stuck (again) with an albeit smaller but still substantial load around my neck, spending more time debating which lens to use than focusing on taking the shot, often missing great opportunities while my bulky camera / lens bag was happily sitting at home !

I tell you that sucked. BIG TIME ! So I decided to get rid of it all, "dump the ballast" ... hang on, ALL ? Yes, ALL !!!
I replaced it with just ONE camera (Fuji X100T) & solemnly vowed to stick to this limitation at least for the rest of 2015 ! Will keep y'all posted ! Thanks for reading, best regards, Hendrik

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