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  1. Barrysprout

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    It's GRAS that we both suffer from "Gear Re-Acquisition Syndrome"
     
  2. Mr Perceptive

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    Actually can I join too, as 'your' WCL was the second I have bought, I used to have a Silver One for my X100, but I sold that when I got the X-E2, a couple of years back....and now I need a third one :D:D:D

    But one the positive side 'your' WCL cost less than I sold the Silver One for :exit:
     
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  3. Stephen L

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    You can use the wee magnet on the lid of the box the WCL comes in. Just get the polarity right!
     
  4. Barrysprout

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    Yep, but we all know that would devalue the lens by more than the cost of the £1 headphones :D
     
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    Bet they're only plastic magnets in Poundland 'phones :D

    Actually, there's a thought. A short length of that magnetic strip wot holds fridge doors shut. Get it free from the front garden of many an estate in Kirkby ...
     
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  7. SsSsSsSsSnake

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    lol thats very true, currently on my 6th D3300 one more than my x100's
     
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  8. Mr Perceptive

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    That's a serious illness..........and puts you definitely on pole position.......
     
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    :LOL::LOL:
    thanks David,ive always wanted to be in pole position
     
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    I do it with books and guitars but not women lol
     
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    Never been back......
     
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    ok ok just with a few
     
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    DD822237-A4A3-4449-99EF-19002FD6C84A.jpeg Playing with this super little camera in Bath.
     
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    You must have been lying in the grass for that one:) - Great detail and a very shallow depth - there's only one blade of grass in focus
     
  18. Mr Perceptive

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    Don't do lying down!!! Just held camera close to deck and used rear screen to position focus and check level, shot at F8, but that close throws lots OOF!!!

    I've processed a mono version as well which shows even more detail, I'm out today but might post it tomorrow
     
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    It was such a lovely sunny day (for October) that we had to make the most of it.

    [​IMG]Finchdean Walk by Andrew R, on Flickr

    I was hoping for some autumn colours but the leaves are still green
     
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    Anyone fancy a colour swap on their F. I would like a black one.
     

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