I have been doing a lot of experimenting with my Fujifilm X100V. My personal interest has been in whether or not I could manage to still make all of the images I like to make if all I had was an X100V camera with its’ effective 35mm focal length prime lens.
As I was sitting at my computer I looked out the window and saw a bird at the bird bath. I had the X100V sitting right beside the computer so I picked it up and made the first image. If you enlarge the image and look closely in the center you can see the bird.
I then started working on the image using Lightroom Classic. After cropping and resizing and changing the raw file from Acros B&W to the color Classic Neg profile, I eventually ended up with what you see in the second image.
Every time I do something like this, I get closer to deciding that I could manage with one camera with one prime lens; i.e. the X100V. It would be a challenge to learn what I could do or not do, but I might be able to adapt my photography to fit what can be done with the X100V.