Fuji X-T1/X-T2/X-T3/X-T10 Owners Thread

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I don't usually include people so prominently in images, but I really liked the way the light was falling on them as the sun set.
X-T2 and the long end of the 100-400mm.


Sharing the Sunset
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I don't usually include people so prominently in images, but I really liked the way the light was falling on them as the sun set.
X-T2 and the long end of the 100-400mm.


Sharing the Sunset
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Really nicely captured. A "moment in time" type of image.

The standard of work on this thread really is great, sorry that I bring down the average :D
 
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Really nicely captured. A "moment in time" type of image.

The standard of work on this thread really is great, sorry that I bring down the average :D
Thank you, and don't be silly! I hesitate to post here too :D For example, here's one from Monday that I love. It's not pin sharp (I was leaning into the wind, the seal was in constant motion on the choppy waves, long end of the 100-400 and the light was a bit lacking) but I do love the colour of the sea and the eye contact.


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Anybody tried one of these grips, The XT3 is a bit small with the 100-400mm on so I was looking for something to make it just that bit bigger but not at £120 or £300 fuji grip prices , have any of the 3rd party manufacturers launched a battery grip yet

https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/273494890160?chn=ps
Not tried one of those, I have ordered the Fuji vertical grip for my XT-3 which is arriving on Monday all being well. It doesn't look like it would add much more leverage to assist with the 100-400mm.
 
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Anybody tried one of these grips, The XT3 is a bit small with the 100-400mm on so I was looking for something to make it just that bit bigger but not at £120 or £300 fuji grip prices , have any of the 3rd party manufacturers launched a battery grip yet

https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/273494890160?chn=ps
It looks similar to what I use on both the X-T1 and X-T2, it improves the handling a lot for me. I use it with both the 50-140 and 100-400.
 
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I have an issue on my X-T3 or I have changed a setting and cant work out what I've done. When I select Mechanical shutter in any shooting mode the picture size is limited to Medium with a 1.25x crop factor. When I select Electronic shutter i can select a large image again.

I cant work out what ive done or how to change it back! Anyone any ideas? Id prefer to shoot with the mechanical shutter most of the time.

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I have an issue on my X-T3 or I have changed a setting and cant work out what I've done. When I select Mechanical shutter in any shooting mode the picture size is limited to Medium with a 1.25x crop factor. When I select Electronic shutter i can select a large image again.

I cant work out what ive done or how to change it back! Anyone any ideas? Id prefer to shoot with the mechanical shutter most of the time.

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Found it after while of interrogating the menus...I had sports finder mode set to on for some reason
 
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My XT-3 and 18-55 has arrived today, I am just charging the batteries, and then I can fit the grip and be ready to have a play on Sunday. I am out all day at a dance show with my little one, so won't get a chance to look properly. Hopefully I can add some pics to this thread soon.

I am now trying to resist spending loads on more lenses, though I do think I will need a 100-400 for aircraft shots at work, as I miss that. I'm hoping the 18-55 will be good enough for portrait stuff, rather than having to get the 90mm.

if I can hang on until the new year, I'll be back on track for more fancy stuff :)
 
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The figure in 1 is well positioned and gives a good sense of scale.
The figure in 2 does not work.
3 lacks anything that might give scale.
The wave crests have lost detail and form.

So number 1 is by far the strongest image
 
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My XT-3 and 18-55 has arrived today, I am just charging the batteries, and then I can fit the grip and be ready to have a play on Sunday. I am out all day at a dance show with my little one, so won't get a chance to look properly. Hopefully I can add some pics to this thread soon.

I am now trying to resist spending loads on more lenses, though I do think I will need a 100-400 for aircraft shots at work, as I miss that. I'm hoping the 18-55 will be good enough for portrait stuff, rather than having to get the 90mm.

if I can hang on until the new year, I'll be back on track for more fancy stuff :)
Congrats on that Sir, “ENJOY”(y)

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I am now trying to resist spending loads on more lenses, though I do think I will need a 100-400 for aircraft shots at work, as I miss that. I'm hoping the 18-55 will be good enough for portrait stuff, rather than having to get the 90mm.
The "kit lens" is excellent quality and you'll find that at 50-55mm it will take great portraits, just remember it's only f2.8 to about 22mm before it starts to change.

The 100-400 is excellent, I use it for a lot of my wildlife images, combined with the 1.4TC you'll be surprised how sharp it can be.

Enjoy that T3.....
 
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