1. lunar22

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    both have lovely skies but the landscape shot is the more harmonious composition in my view
     
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  2. dave.hallett

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  3. Jelster

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    The 50-140 is such a great lens, but then, almost anything in the XF range is......
     
  4. Gandalf

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    Evening Guys,

    GAS got the better of me today.....I went along to WEX to pick up a £20 decoration ring for my Olympus 40-150 f2.8. Got there and it was their Open Day........I know, I can here you all in unison saying “Here gone and bought summit else” Yeah your right all them reps there with all that shiny new gear, I was drawn in and snared... As I left my partner said £1800 !!!! “I thought you had enough Cameras and Lenses”. Hmmm, me don’t think so...
    So what did he get I hear you all cry.. well I came away with (All 2nd Hand, I am money conscious after all) a Fuji XT2, Fuji 23mm f2 and Fuji 100-400..(All rated 9+, and they are minty mint). I have just got in and the camera is on charge... The dilemma now will be do I keep all my Olympus Gear ?
     
  5. G.K.Jnr.

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    I’ve used the 55-200mm since they first came out Sir, they’re “Excellent”.(y)

    George.
     
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  6. G.K.Jnr.

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    That’s a positive result in my book Sir, congrat’s and “ENJOY”.(y)

    George.
     
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  7. Ian W

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    No doubt, but it's so big and expensive.
     
  8. rick448

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    Well, after some thought, and a few beers, I have deiced to buy the 100-400 and hope to get the 55-200 used for a decent price, I think that will cover me for my needs. I opted for the 100-40 as I work at an airport and get decent opportunities for aircraft shots, which outweigh the 50-140 2.8 bias. Looking back to my Canon days, the 85mm and 100-400 were my most used lenses, the 70-200 2.8 was lovely, but i probably took 100 shots over 2 years!

    So, I should soon have:

    18-55
    56 1.2R
    55-200
    100-400

    :)
     
  9. imattersuk

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    It’s well worth getting the 1.4TC bundled with it for only £100 extra
     
  10. Mr Perceptive

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  11. Terrywoodenpic

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    How do you define enough, in terms of cameras and lenses?
     
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  12. Rosedalelad

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    This is my stupid Christmas Cactus - I brought it indoors in September for it to flower 12 weeks later at Christmas and what do you know:-

    [​IMG]Schlumbergera_Inboard Border_Signed by Andrew R, on Flickr

    Taken with a vintage Helios 44M lens wide open at f2
     
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  13. rick448

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    Oh dear, I didn't notice that, I'll contact them :)
     
  14. jj_glos

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  15. Gandalf

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    That’s a lot of hair for one so young. I love the second shot.
     
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  16. jj_glos

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    It was a tad windy, not too many knots to brush out later though :D
     
  17. G.K.Jnr.

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    Very nice set of portrait style Fujigraphs Sir, with #2 being “Cracking” shot in my book.(y)

    George.
     
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  18. trevorbray

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    Love them all.

    Bugger....gonna have to check this lens out.
     
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  19. jj_glos

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    It's a lens I don't use enough. I also have the 56mm which is usually the lens I'd pick up first, but I forced myself to take the 90mm yesterday :)

    Another:

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    Jennie
    by JJ_Glos, on Flickr
     
  20. Iiyama

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  21. Dave70D

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    Spice Girl in town with Christian today.

    DSCF5478.jpg

    DSCF5396.jpg
     
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  22. Phiggys

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    already got all those lenses only XT3 and Xpro2 are missing which I'm not that bothered about now I have a pair of XH1's Might of considers a XF80mm but just don't do enough macro these days !
    In fact I'm not doing enough photography full stop :(
     
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  23. imattersuk

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  24. benhben

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    Download photopills app. Makes planning easy
     
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  26. dave.hallett

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    Actually I have bought already, but not really got to grips with it yet. Thanks for the tip though... :)
     
  27. ashtennisguru

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  28. benhben

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    Does anyone use the X-T3 wireless communication and use a smartphone as a remote shutter much? I find it very clunky. You will connect the phone one day, then the next time it doesnt connect. Unless im doing it wrong its useless to rely on as a remote shutter when youre out and about.

    Can anyone reccomend remote shutter for the X-T3? Does the USB-C port have a shutter function or is it the micro jack?
     
  29. trevorbray

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    I’ve found the Cascable WiFi remote app to be pretty good. Seems to connect more readily than the Fuji version.
     
  30. Craikeybaby

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    On the other hand I haven’t been able to get Cascable to connect to my X-T2.
     
  31. trevorbray

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    Bummer...I have to admit to only using ii on my X-H1. Couldn’t get the Fuji app to connect at all.
    Always managed with the Fuji app on T1 and T2
     
  32. Craikeybaby

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    I need to give it another go.
     
  33. imattersuk

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  34. Phiggys

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  36. imattersuk

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    My favourite too, thanks for the feedback
     
  37. Phiggys

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  38. Phiggys

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    A lovely set set of natural portraits the young lady certainly looks comfortable in front of camera.
     
  39. Phiggys

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    Well executed love it !
    and all those who gave there life or shed blood to give us all the freedom we enjoy today God Bless everyone of them
     
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