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    I do indeed Sir, plus several of the lenses, and the shear quality & smoothness of the images from it are amazing. So much so I have sold all of my medium format Hasselblad gear.(y)

    George.
     
  2. macvisual

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    My Fuji GFX thoughts I'm pretty sure is only a pipedream if I'm honest, best to focus on more Fuji XF glass I think.......or adding an iconic X-Pro1.


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  3. yamahatdm900

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    Thanks George much appreciated

    Thank you nice of you to say so.

    Cheers Jimmy the conditions where pretty good just a case of waiting for a while for the background to get some shadow on it.
     
  4. yamahatdm900

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    And mine Pete just got to keep looking down the back of the sofa for the odd 7 grand for the body and the 32-64 lens
     
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  5. macvisual

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    Yes Graham, even if I sold my XT1 and XF lens set-up for around 1.5k or thereabouts, I'd still need to find/fund around 5.5k ish.......too much to take on at the minute.
     
  6. addicknchips

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    That camera is something else. Seriously impressive.
     
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  8. Peter123

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    Are those wildlings disguised as tussocks?
     
  9. yamahatdm900

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    Think they are just borrowing out of the ground :)
     
  10. Alan Clogwyn

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    I need to sell an X-T1 ... but which one? Black or Graphite? I CAN'T CHOOSE!! :confused:
     
  11. dave.hallett

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    Lovely shot Graham!

    Here's one from the rainy streets of Brighton yesterday. Wasn't a very easy day, but at least the pavements were shiny... :)

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    Mutual disregard
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  12. yamahatdm900

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    For me that one of your best street shots David, a superb shot.
    And thank you every time I drive past that tree or trees should I say I always get that picture in my head, conditions not ideal for what I wanted and think I could get the pp better but it's nice to get a shot you have visualised before hand.
     
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    Thanks guys, looks like I've split the judges!!!
     
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  20. FiestaRed

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    Can anyone please tell me the pros and cons of owning the Fuji X-T2?

    I've been with Nikon forever and I use two full frame bodies, by the time I've got one of these and a couple of lenses packed, my bag's starting to feel very heavy. Too heavy for an old many to be carrying about at least. I watched a great YT video last night and the photographer had recently changed from Canon to the X-T2 and all I can say is I was amazed at the quality of the images he had taken. One of the reasons I first went with Nikon was the size felt good in my hands, comfortable to hold, so I'm not sure if going small will be a problem.

    In my bag, I also have loads of Lee filters for the Nikon, can I ask if these could be used with the X-T2 or would I need to go to the Lee 7x5 system?
     
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    :agree:
     
  22. dave.hallett

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    Cheers Graham! There might be a couple more from the day, but it was so lacking in light in general that to have even one keeper feels like a win!
     
  23. Dave70D

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    I came from Canon 70D and 1100D to Fuji and for me it was/is the best move I did, I had nine lenses one of which was the Sigma 150-600mm I am lucky enough to have both the X-T2 and X-T20 both of which are great cameras to carry and use.
     
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    Hi recent convert to Fujifilm with the purchase of an XT20. Enjoying the overall experience but got a question on handling. Whenever I pick the camera up I'm tending to press on the buttons around the "Menu ok" button. Not ideal as I'm then thrown into options I don't want. Any suggestions on how to resolve? Thanks, Ashley
     
  27. Nod

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    Just 1/2 press the shutter release and you'll be back to square one.
     
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  28. G.K.Jnr.

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    Very nice candid street style Fujigraph Sir, this one I like very much and would certainly put it as one of the best street style shots I have seen from you.(y)

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  31. Mr Perceptive

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    Thank you Gentlemen
     
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    I agree. And it’s got a great range of tones.
     
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  34. macvisual

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    Shot this around a year ago, a re-work of a photo (from my digital library) of our border collie, she's a beauty/poser.

    Breia


    [​IMG]Breia by APM Photography, on Flickr


    XF55-200 - @ f/4.8 - iso 200
     
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  35. macvisual

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    I'm still gobsmacked at what the XF35 1.4 can achieve! (appreciate this has been shot with the XP1)

    Colours



    [​IMG]Colours by APM Photography, on Flickr

    XF35mm 1.4 - @ f/2.8 - iso 200 - handheld
     
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  36. Dave70D

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    Cracking shot of your beautiful Collie.
     
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  37. yamahatdm900

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  40. G.K.Jnr.

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    Very nice Fujigraph Sir, lovely sky & light, well exposed and nicely presented.(y)

    George.
     

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