November 14, 2018
The Dyer Island Conservation Trust is extremely grateful to Fujifilm for sponsoring a brand new camera! The X-T100 was received by Alison Towner and Wilfred Chivell of the Dyer Island Conservation Trust on Tuesday the 6th of November in Tygerberg, Cape Town. Fujifilm expert Hein Hough handed the camera over, complete with 15-45 mm and 50-230 mm lenses.
Attractive features about this camera are its ability to pair via bluetooth with a smartphone allowing instant viewing of photos. Its compact lightweight design makes it perfect for going out into nature, and the photo quality is excellent. The X-T100 also has a unique LCD design that allows it to both tilt and flip out to the side but not rotate.
“Funding for scientific resources is very thin in South Africa so we are extremely grateful for this sponsorship and look forward to using the X-T100, especially at sea for capturing identification photos of our marine life”, says Alison Towner
Thanks are extended to Gillie Hine from