One camera, one lens: Dundurn Castle

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Recently, as part of our exploration of Hamilton, Ontario, my daughter and I toured Dundurn Castle. It’s not really a castle; it’s a large mansion about 18,000 square feet completed in 1835. It was an interesting place and we learned some of the history of the area during the Victorian age. As a fan of Sherlock Holmes and Downtown Abbey, it was interesting to see the real-life “upstairs and downstairs.”

I photographed the mansion using the Fujifilm XT-10 and just one lens, the XF 23mm f1.4. I used only available light and the ISO went as high as 6400. The low light performance of this little camera and it’s APS sensor is amazing.

Dundurn Castle

Dundurn Castle

Dundurn Castle

Dundurn Castle

Dundurn Castle

Dundurn Castle

Dundurn Castle

Dundurn Castle

Dundurn Castle

Dundurn Castle

Dundurn Castle

Dundurn Castle

Dundurn Castle

Dundurn Castle

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