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  1. Ian W

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    Really good shot. I have the 35mm 1.4 and thought it might have been but wondered if the the DoF was too shallow even for that.
     
  2. damianmkv

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    How is the 16-50ii ? Obviously not as quick as the 18-55 but in terms of IQ ?
     
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    Inspires me to get my 35mm back on the camera and get out there. Thanks.
     
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    One from my XT1 digital library, taken last year.




    [​IMG]The harbour by APM Photography, on Flickr


    XF10-24mm - iso 500 - @ f/6.4 - handheld
     
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    Am I going mad? I can't find the Fuji Film presets in Lightroom anymore? I'm using LR Classic CC V7.3
    I'm sure they used to be under Calibration/process? Or am I losing the plot?
     
  7. Stephen L

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    Right at the top. In the Basic pane. So is Dehaze.
     
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  8. NickTB

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    Brilliant, thanks. Has it moved? I really don't remember it being there!
     
  9. Ian W

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    It was at the bottom before Nick, as you said (under camera calibration).
     
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    Thank god for that! I was sure I was going mad for a minute!
     
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    It was introduced with the latest version. Changes were documented in the release notes. :)
     
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    RTFM..... ;)
     
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    I'm a man

    :ROFLMAO:
     
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    So am I. An old one. I have to RTFM to see what day it is. :p
     
  15. Ian W

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    That's a calendar, Stephen
     
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    Don’t be silly. A calender’s what the wife strains her greens in. :rolleyes:
     
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    I wouldn't know
     
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    I didn't like to say anything. :whistle::D

    George.
     
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    Thanks matey, I'm rather proud of it, it all just turned out right.
     
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    Just watching a great doco on photographer David Hurn: A life in pictures - BBC 4. He shot Jane Fonda amongst many others. Still working at 83 for Magnum and I see he uses what looks like a Fuji X-Pro 2!
     
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  23. Krow

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    Does anyone have the peak design everyday 20L and sling 10L?

    I want one to use as my go around bag, usually I carry my 10-24, my XT10 with my 23mm f2, water bottle, batteries and my Gf makeup.

    Advice would be appreciated..
     
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    And... The Eye of Magnum also on BBC4 and iPlayer. An insightful and moving history of the agency's photographers, some of their best work and its relationship with cinema up to the 70s.
     
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    That's Beautiful!
     
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    I've noticed that the XT2 new now is 1250, so £250 down and the Xpro2 roughly 1070 now. Are ships trying to get rid of stock for a new iteration or is this the normal pricing?
     
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    I have the Everyday 20 and the Sling 5.

    The Everyday 20L carries my X-Pro2 (previously the X-T2), 10-24 (usually attached to body), the 18-55, 50-230 and 35mm f2. Plus many batteries, spare cards, Lee filters, and a bag of iPad and power connectors. Still room for a water bottle on the side, and you can strap a travel tripod to the outside (or a coat) but I've never tried it (yet!). Very comfortable to wear all day.

    The Sling 5L carries my X100F, TCL and WCL, and spare batteries. That's it full.

    Both are top-notch in build quality and durability of material. The best bags I have owned (and that's quite a few!).
     
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    Thank you for the answers, you certainly don't make it easy. Current I just throw my gear into a rains backpack which isn't dedicated. The backpack would make a better travel bag to go with my rains but the sling is far more convenient for day to day city walks and travelling. I want both now.
     
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    I first of all bought the Everyday in Australia, and was so impressed I got the Sling when I got back home. I did consider the larger versions of both, but from bitter experience I know that the larger the bag the more you will shove in it. Camera gear expands to fit the available space!
     
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    I should add that the Everyday will also take an iPad Pro in its rear compartment.
     
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    I'm getting the 20L backpack today, but which colour? Tan or black? Hmmm
     
  32. Ian W

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    Thanks, Alan. I keep going back to it and adjusting the exposure a touch (up half a stop), then bringing it back down again. Too indecisive when it comes to PP apparently
     
  33. Stephen L

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    I went for the Ash with tan leather detailing. Hope that doesn't confuse you ... :D

    (Don't think they did tan when I bought. Looks good. It was black or ash. The black looks ordinary.)
     
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    They have a new black one now, it's matte black and looks quite the business but the other half likes the tan so I shall be getting that, will get the sling in ash though! And a slide lite in ash!

    Can't decide if I want the capture pro in black or silver though.
     
  35. Stephen L

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    I bought 2 copies of the leash. Ample for mirrorless. Tried to Capture Pro (a very early version) but didn't get on with it.
     
  36. scottduffy

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    Missed this earlier mate. That's exactly what I'm going to do. Gutted to have to sell one of my three lenses as I love them all but I'm thinking the 90 will be going as it's my least used and another xt2 taking its place.
     
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    I got myself a neewer battery charger from Amazon a week before Easter to take to italy, and it's bloody great. It's tiny and changes the way I travel, now all my devices are just cables and a USB international charger.

    For a few quid only I'd highly recommend one to anyone who doesn't have one yet.
     
  39. NickTB

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    Adding to the bag debate, I'm looking for a discreet leather man bag (If you will) that I can put an XT2, 56/16-55/23 and assorted batteries etc in? I want to avoid the whole specific camera bag thing as I'll be using it for general use too. I currently use a K&F concept that is left over from my Canon days, but that's just to big. Anyone using such a thing? or am I destined to go down the 2 bag route?
     
  40. Ian W

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    I tend to use an ONA Bowery which is great, but ultimately pretty pricy. Might he a stretch for the three lenses mentioned though and their larger bag may suit better (Brixton iirc?)
     
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