1. Ian W

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    Another edit of Perch Lighthouse, this time pushing the split toning a little further and a slightly better crop (imo).

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    Thanks

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  2. yamahatdm900

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    Thats lovely
     
  3. yamahatdm900

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    No its not but a few nice things, its getting the af updates that the T2 got a while back, RGB histograms and more touch screen functions. This firmware for the T20 was the one announced earlier this year.
     
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  4. Ian W

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    Thanks :)

    Fair to say this and the original edit are splitting opinions somewhat, including my own!
     
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    Maybe Fuji will reserve those features for the X-T30???
     
  6. Ian W

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    They'll come eventually I'm sure, the T20 just seems to be an update behind the Xpro2 and X-T2.

    That said, hardware may become a factor the further down the line we get as it did with the X-T1 and X-T10.
     
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    Fantastic shot !!!!
     
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    Cracking image I love it ! (y)
     
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    Great capture and piece of work ! (y)
     
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    Or 3 generations of Sony FE :) lol
     
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    Both good, but I prefer this one. Excellent job!
     
  13. dibbly dobbler

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    Hi All.

    Would welcome opinions on a little trilemma I have. I'm going to buy a macro lens for my X-T20 in the next couple of weeks. Got it down to three options:

    1. Fuji 80mm - 1:1, auto focus, sharp as sh1t but heavy + expensive
    2. Fuji 60mm - auto focus, sharp, light, cheap - only 1:2 but could do 1:1 with a Marumi (which I use and like already)
    3. Samyang 100mm - cheap-ish, sharp, 1:1 - no auto focus (not that I would use that very often), also quite big and heavy

    As much as I fancy the 80mm I am probably leaning towards the 60mm at the moment... any thoughts/guidance appreciated! :)
     
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    I have only tried the 60mm and it is really awful in manual focus which for me is not acceptable for a macro lens.

    Also Zeiss does a 50mm f2.8 1:1 macro lens for the Fuji mount as well
     
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    @dibbly dobbler And its very pedestrian in auto-focus, you have to send it a postcard and when it receives it it will focus - sharp though!!

    The 80mm has OIS as well which may or may not be a consideration.
     
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    Thanks Gents. Been watching few videos! Current thinking:

    1. Fuji 80mm - just too expensive I think for a lens I would use purely for macro. Also I think the working distance is not that great?
    2. Fuji 60mm - point noted about poor manual focus, as this is what I would use most often
    3. Samyang 100mm - hmm, tempting. Used to use a Canon 100mm and loved it (no IS and used it on manual focus so no real difference).
     
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    the X100c focuses faster:sneaky:
     
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    Ok - enough prevaricating! Have found a decent deal on the Samyang and am off to order it :D

    Thanks Gents :)
     
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    Mike ,what you do in your own time is up to you, who am I to point the finger :LOL::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Humph :p
     
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    Both great shots @dibbly dobbler, really show off the colours well.
    My preference is the first of the two without the reeds in the foreground, but that's purely a personal preference.
     
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    Thanks Gents :)
     
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    [​IMG]Football with FujiFilm - remote camera 1 by David Young, on Flickr

    First goal pic I've got with the Fuji as a remote behind the goal camera - shot with Samyang 12mm lens at f5.6 and shutter speed of 1/640th.

    Camera triggered with Pocketwizard Plus X triggers - one on X-T2 and one on my Canon 1dx - this is cropped in a fair bit but plenty big enough file size to print in a newspaper or magazine.

    Match is Dundee United v Falkirk in the Championship (second tier of Scottish football) - goalscorer is Thomas Mikkelsen.

    Loving the wee Fuji for this purpose - not quite the toy I envisaged when I bought it
     
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    They're both excellent, but that first one is epic...
     
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    A couple more from my Italy trip

    1. Upper Podalla - a grab shot taken leaning precariously out of my daughter's bedroom window as the clouds rolled down the valley
    [​IMG]Upper Podalla by Ian, on Flickr

    2. St Ilario - a recon shot at a place I want to go back to over summer. No decent light so I've processed the heck out of this to give it some life, but I think this composition will give something nice when the weather is brighter
    [​IMG]St Ilario by Ian, on Flickr

    3. And a B&W version of a local tree
    [​IMG]Twisted by Ian, on Flickr
     
  30. Jelster

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    Love that first one Ian...
     
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    :plus1:
     
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    Me too.
     
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    Lovely set of Fujigraphs Sir, liking all of these very much.(y)

    George.
     
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    Super colours. Would have been nice without the lambs but they make it special
     
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    Just a simple Landscape/Seascape tourist type Fujigraph taken at Cornwall UK.

    X-T1, 18-55mm Lens, 1/250th @ F8, ISO-200, Handheld.
    [​IMG]Cornwall (6)-03206 by G.K.Jnr., on Flickr

    :ty: for looking., (y):fuji:

    George.
     
  37. Phiggys

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    Cracking set of images Ian (y)
     
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    Nice work George works for me :)(y)
     
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    I originally processed this as mono, but decided I needed a colour version for an upcoming exhibition. Turned out quite decent, I think.

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    Magnetic (colour remix)
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    Thank you kindly Sir, I sure do appreciate you takin’ the time to reply.(y)

    George.
     

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