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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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    Sorry to say my F is for sale in the classifieds - I’m out of energy with this now, no point fighting it :confused:
     
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    Sad day Alan
     
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    @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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    It doesn' need to be fitted to a WCL but if you just fit it to the fixed lens you don't get the full fisheye effect.
     
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    Just pulled the trigger on an X100F... hoping it will be a nice compact accompaniment to my D750.

    Can’t wait
     
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    No, Zeiss do make good macro lenses. To see one in the flesh ...

    PS what were you doing on the Sony stand? After a new Walkman??
     
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    It hasn’t sold (yet) so maybe that’s a sign I should keep it ? :confused:
     
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    Thought it was going to MPB yesterday???
     
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    It was, but I didn't get round to it and now I'm having second thoughts about using them.
     
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    Keep it Alan. It’ll save buying another.
     
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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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    You've struck a nerve there. I get similar feelings. The wife's getting worried for her future ...
     
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    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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    take your wife out of the cupboard :exit:
     
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    Nah ... it's soundproofed.
     
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    Agreed, and I'm not :(
     
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    Just wait for a bit of sunshine and pop out for an hour. You’ll keep it.
     
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    The miserable weather certainly hasn't helped matters :rolleyes:
     
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    Hasn't helped any of us:(
     
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    True

    I feel quite disconnected from Photography at the moment.
     
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    Yes. Me too. But you're not thinking of selling are you? Just waiting for things to get better. It will come. Trust me - I used to work for a doctor!
     
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    No. Not selling anything.

    Got a couple projects in mind.
     
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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!
     
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    I know the feeling - but Spring is nearly upon us and the situation will improve.
     
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    Had a little walk with my X100f yesterday while the camper went for its mot. This is a Car park in sheffield we call the cheese grater.

    https://flic.kr/p/24c4rrr
     
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    A goodbye ?

    Taken in Victoria when there was some actual light.

    X100

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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.

    [​IMG]
     
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    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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    Rock shaped pool.

    Taken in Malta last December.
    I didn't fancy getting too close to the waves, they looked a bit lively.

    X100
     
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    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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