Enhancing the Fujifilm X-E1

X-E1 + Gordy + thumbs up

I’ve bought a couple of accessories for my X-E1, which add to the usability, and make the tactile experience even better.

Firstly, I bought a Gordy camera strap. Made by hand by Gordy Coale, the workmanship is excellent, and is comfortable around the wrist while providing reassurance that if my grip should slip, my X-E1 will be safe. When I toted a DSLR around, it would hang from my neck, but the size and weight of the X-E1 means that I prefer to hold it one-handed by the grip. Much better on my neck.

Secondly, I’ve added a Thumbs Up “Bop” Concave soft release. This screws into the shutter release, and allows me to gently trigger the shutter, with a much more positive action than the standard button. Because it’s concave, my finger rests nicely on it. One tip, though – put a dab of super glue on the thread, or you will find it has unscrewed and got lost, at some point.

Do any of you have favourite accessories? Let me know!

8 thoughts on “Enhancing the Fujifilm X-E1

  1. Clear nail polish instead of super glue! It will stay put but if you ever change your mind you don’t risk breaking the shutter release 🙂

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