I take my Fujifilm X-E2 everywhere, even photo assignments. Though I don't use this particular mid-range X-series model professionally, I tend to stick to my pro level Canon cameras for photo shoots and use the Fujifilm X-E2 for my personal photography.
On a recent assignment, I found myself with some down time while a film screening was underway. The only light came from a nearby kitchen. I set off to explore, the challenge to make use of the available light while trying not to make any noise and disturb the people enjoying the film. The Fuji X-E2 is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera and has a completely silent shutter, perfect for this situation and with the latest firmware, version 4.01 installed make this an excellent camera with great picture quality, combined with the f/1.4 Fuji lens which performs amazingly well in low light.
These images are edited using Alien Skin Exposure I downloaded the free trial software and used the high contrast Kodalith film simulation with a few tweaks.
Kodalith is an old black and white graphic arts film famous for it's extreme contrast
Impressed with the results, here are a few of my favourites.