Photographing a ghost town with the World’s Smallest lens!!

Fujifilm X-T5 + Pentax-110 24mm + 1970’s Summer Recipe

I just published a new video to the Fuji X Weekly YouTube channel!

Just in time for Halloween, this video is about using the world’s smallest interchangeable lens—the Pentax-110 24mm f/2.8—on my Fujifilm X-T5 camera, and photographing a haunted ghost town in the Arizona desert!

I’ve included it below, so check it out!

The four Film Simulation Recipes that I used are 1970’s Summer, Fujicolor Natura 1600, Kodak Ektachrome E100VS v1, and Agfachrome RS 100. Find all of these Recipes plus hundreds more in the Fuji X Weekly App! The adapter is a Fotasy Pentax 110 to Fujifilm X, which is really quite affordable. The lens, as I said, is the tiny Pentax-110 24mm, which is comically small when attached to my Fujifilm X-T5.

I hope that you enjoy the video!

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Fujifilm X-T5 in black:  Amazon  B&H  Moment
Fujifilm X-T5 in silver:  Amazon  B&H  Moment

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