Fuji x100/S/T/F Owners Thread

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I really like that... but I didn't know there was a fisheye option for the X100 series...:D
 
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I really like that... but I didn't know there was a fisheye option for the X100 series...:D
@ChrisR There isn't as such. It's an old Jessops fisheye attachment that screws onto the front of the WCL convertor. They can be found on ebay. Mine cost £7 Inc postage. If you are desperate for one let me know and I'll find you a link.
 
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You speak sense Trevor :D

I need to do something about my inner issues where if I buy something and then don't use it for a period of time (usually a few days) I get twitchy and think I'd be better off with the money and the item not 'going to waste' in a cupboard.

The irony is the money lost on selling and then buying again is far more than the depreciation of not using the item for weeks! :rolleyes:
 
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I need to do something about my inner issues where if I buy something and then don't use it for a period of time (usually a few days) I get twitchy and think I'd be better off with the money and the item not 'going to waste' in a cupboard.

The irony is the money lost on selling and then buying again is far more than the depreciation of not using the item for weeks! :rolleyes:
You've struck a nerve there. I get similar feelings. The wife's getting worried for her future ...
 
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It was, but I didn't get round to it and now I'm having second thoughts about using them.
They offered £760 for my mint example back in January - I declined as I was really just testing the water. It seems a shame for you to take such a hit unless you are absolutely sure about it.
 
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You speak sense Trevor :D

I need to do something about my inner issues where if I buy something and then don't use it for a period of time (usually a few days) I get twitchy and think I'd be better off with the money and the item not 'going to waste' in a cupboard.

The irony is the money lost on selling and then buying again is far more than the depreciation of not using the item for weeks! :rolleyes:
Just wait for a bit of sunshine and pop out for an hour. You’ll keep it.
 
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I've think the primary issue is that I have basically run out of things to photograph - but that correlates with other issues in my life such as not going on day trips, holiday or really doing anything outside of my house!
I know the feeling - but Spring is nearly upon us and the situation will improve.
 
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This is my first ever image to have any significant interest on a social media platform. It got featured on one of the big street photography Instagram accounts. Probably for its comedic value rather than any artistic one.

Should be entitled 'Lets all go down The Strand....' well shot from the hip though!
 
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I've just bought one of the Fuji x signature cards to get a new shiny skin for my x-e2 but was wondering has anyone used it on the x100t and is the quality any good?
 
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Accension.jpg


Ascension.

I wanted to try different angles and this person running up the stairs at Finsbury Park provided one.
I cropped her hair close to the edge deliberately, converted to mono because he colour was dull.

x100
 
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