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Impressive Indoor and Low-Light Snaps Taken Using the Fuji Klasse W

If you love shooting indoors and in low-light conditions with the Fuji Natura Classica, we're sure you're going to be amazed with the capabilities of another top-of-the line analogue gem by Fuji: the beautiful Klasse W! Read on to take a look at some indoor and low-light photos taken using this awesome camera after the jump!

While the Fuji Natura Classica may be on every lomographer or film photography enthusiast’s go-to cameras for low-light conditions, another premium offering by Fuji comes as another worthy option. Like the Natura Classica, the Fuji Klasse W also has an aperture of f/2.8 and a focal length of 28mm. However, the Klasse W has a sharper Super EBC Fujinon Lens and improved focus system, making it great compact companion for crisp, picture-perfect shots, whether indoors or outdoors in low-light conditions!

Curious about how the beautiful Fuji Klasse W performs in these conditions? Allow us to showcase some of the impressive snaps by our fellow community members in a gallery below:

So, what do you think? Share your insights with us and leave a comment below!

The Fuji Klasse W is an analogue point-and-shoot that boasts fantastic features packed in a lightweight magnesium body. This camera offers a range of manual options, rare for a point-and-shoot, giving you the opportunity to create images in different lighting situations. It also comes with a high-quality 28mm Super EBC Fujinon lens that delivers sharp images with natural color saturation. This camera delivers great performance in any shooting condition.
The Fuji Klasse W is available for pre-order online and initially available exclusively to the following Asian markets: Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Macau, Vietnam, and Brunei.

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