My thoughts on photography and gear have been kind of in a flux lately. Not long ago, I bought a near mint X-T1 + XF 18-55. While the combo is capable of excellent images if I do my part, I have been finding the gear vaguely unsatisfying, to the point that I have considered just selling them. Thinking that perhaps this will pass, I'm just going to stick them in a camera bag in the corner for a while. In the meantime, I have decided to take upon myself a challenge to use only my small sensor cameras. I've had an original Pentax Q for several years, and it has been used many times to take photos from a model airplane, using the intervalometer. I've also tinkered around with adapted lenses, as well as the 06 zoom. The first photo below is from the 06. I also have the Fuji X30, which is capable of some nice imagery itself. The second photo below is from the X30. The purpose of this personal challenge is not to compare the cameras against each other, or against the X-T1. My goal is to challenge myself to get the most from the equipment that I can, stressing good composition and interesting subject matter, and discovering just what I can do within the limitations of these cameras. I have no timeline in mind . . . we'll just see how it goes. Stay tuned.