I had a lot to do yesterday. I was wrapping up the backend of a multi-day project while at the same time cancelling an upcoming assignment while trying to find a competent and personal replacement so as not to leave the client in the lurch. But by the end of the day I was ready to grab a camera and go for a walk.
I've recently circled back to the Sigma fp so I put the loupe on the back of that camera and put the Panasonic 20-60mm lens on the front. It's a good combination and I'm getting much more fluent with the huge loupe. I don't have a strap on this camera so when I walk with it I just carry it in one hand or the other.
I don't know if it's the camera or the lens, or both, but all the images I shot came out wildly sharp and very saturated. They looked modern but beautiful. It's a great combination for shooting in good light. And the latest upgrade for the Sigma fp makes the cameras exposure, white balance and S-AF performance very solid.
Now that a newer model has come out I'm seeing used Sigma fps for as low as $1200 when preserved in mint condition. Not a bad price for a tiny, full frame camera that is largely heat proof and also does raw, 12 bit video.