Kan, Kankavee is a businessman and also an urban photographer. Born in 1990, Bangkok, Thailand. Start photography since 2016 during studying in Boston, USA, with X-T10 then upgrade to X-T2, his current camera, a year later. His goal of photography is to express his visual perspective to the world.
Hello, my name is Kan Kankavee Karnjanadecha. I am a freelance photographer who likes to take photos in the cityscape style. The lights from the cars on the road and in the alleys, the stories of the people. I’ve been photographing with FUJIFILM X-T4 for quite long time, and I think it’s a very good camera. But today I had the opportunity to do a new project with FUJIFILM X-T5.
After trying the FUJIFILM X-T5 for about 2 weeks, it’s the camera I’ve been waiting for. Because most of my work is mainly still photography and there is quite a lot of processing files. Therefore, wanting a camera with good file quality, a lot of megapixels, Fujifilm X-T5 answers the question by changing the image sensor to X-Trans CMOS 5th Generation with a file size as large as 40 megapixels, using ISO as low as 125 can be called the answer. My picture making challenge the files are clearly better. It can shoot better in low light
The smaller camera body makes it easier to carry around. Mobility is another thing that makes it possible to take more pictures from various angles. This model has brought back 3-way tilt screen. I like it very much. Because it is suitable for photography convenient to use obviously, this model is really focusing back on taking pictures.
In this album, I have taken the X-T5 camera to take some photos in various places around Bangkok and Pattaya, some of them will focus on architecture photography that most people rarely see. As much as I have used it, I’m very impressed with this camera. I think that in the future, this camera must be used as the main one for sure.