1. SsSsSsSsSnake

    SsSsSsSsSnake

    Messages:
    9,009
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    ive got a fuji x100 brown leather case in the ads, if anyone is interested.i'd ask Mr perceptive but im sure he already has one :rolleyes::D
     
  2. Mr Perceptive

    Mr Perceptive

    Messages:
    3,999
    Name:
    David
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Yep, already have one (surprise, surprise!!)
     
    SsSsSsSsSnake likes this.
  3. mickledore

    mickledore

    Messages:
    10,254
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    I've got a black one in my spares box. I'd put it in the ads but suspect it will attract the same interest as your brown one:(
     
    SsSsSsSsSnake likes this.
  4. Mr Perceptive

    Mr Perceptive

    Messages:
    3,999
    Name:
    David
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Cases are different though, X100F has the strap attachment lugs in slightly different places and is a slightly bigger camera, so an X100F will not fit in an X100 case

    Anyway naked is the new case, emperors new clothes and all that......
     
  5. mickledore

    mickledore

    Messages:
    10,254
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    It's difficult to use a tripod plate, and there's no way you can use an L bracket, with a case, and I know which I would rather have.

    Edit..I've got an L bracket for the earlier models also sat in my spares box if anyone wants it. Brand new - I was scammed by Mr China Man.
     
    Last edited: Apr 5, 2018
  6. Turbo-G

    Turbo-G

    Messages:
    165
    Name:
    Grant
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Quick tip - For anyone using lightroom, the latest update to classic/cc includes an Adobe colour profile feature, with camera matching profiles - e.g. for any Raw files imported from the Fuji, lightroom will give you all of the built in colour and b&w film stock profiles to choose from... very handy, rather than process in camera.
     
  7. Stephen L

    Stephen L

    Messages:
    3,203
    Name:
    Stephen
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Yes, it’s very useful to quickly preview these profiles. Especially the often forgotten Adobe profiles.
     
  8. Sapphie

    Sapphie

    Messages:
    60
    Name:
    Lee
    Edit My Images:
    No
    I suppose I know what to expect if I ask this question but I will anyway. I know many of you have bought, sold and re-bought various models several times over (LOL) but I am curious to know how many of you have had or still have a silver copy and a black copy of the same model at the same time? E.g. I have the silver X100 Classic and am wondering if anyone else has this *and* the black limited edition. It would just be pure indulgence, wouldn't it?

    Lee
     
  9. Stephen L

    Stephen L

    Messages:
    3,203
    Name:
    Stephen
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    No, and no. You could use one for sunny days and one for dull days. I'll let you work out which ...
     
  10. mickledore

    mickledore

    Messages:
    10,254
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Think the term is willy waving:p
     
  11. Ed Sutton

    Ed Sutton

    Messages:
    4,146
    Name:
    Dave
    Edit My Images:
    No
    I only have a black 100T at the moment. But when I see a silver one at the right (cheap ;)) price I'll get one. Then I can permanently have a WCL on one and a TCL on the other to save swapping around. :)
     
  12. rjbell

    rjbell

    Messages:
    4,413
    Name:
    Robert
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Still loving the x100f. I've not used the xt1 once since getting the x100f at the end of November. I really need to get my act together and sell it.
     
  13. Stephen L

    Stephen L

    Messages:
    3,203
    Name:
    Stephen
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    But surely you will need three? One for no converter!
     
  14. Stephen L

    Stephen L

    Messages:
    3,203
    Name:
    Stephen
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Is there a 4th iteration out now?? :D
     
    rjbell likes this.
  15. Ed Sutton

    Ed Sutton

    Messages:
    4,146
    Name:
    Dave
    Edit My Images:
    No
    Nope. Never use it without a converter. :)
     
  16. Stephen L

    Stephen L

    Messages:
    3,203
    Name:
    Stephen
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    :eek:
     
    Ed Sutton likes this.
  17. SsSsSsSsSnake

    SsSsSsSsSnake

    Messages:
    9,009
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Then youll need to buy a 3rd so you can have 35mm
     
  18. SsSsSsSsSnake

    SsSsSsSsSnake

    Messages:
    9,009
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Ok missed the replies,but unusual not to use the lens it came with i must say.:rolleyes:o_O:thinking:
     
  19. Rosedalelad

    Rosedalelad

    Messages:
    1,266
    Name:
    Andrew
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    I never use the converter :)
     
  20. Ed Sutton

    Ed Sutton

    Messages:
    4,146
    Name:
    Dave
    Edit My Images:
    No
    My previous 'small' camera was a Coolpix A, before that I had an XE-2 with an 18mm lens. I just find that angle of view works for me as a 'standard' lens.
     
    SsSsSsSsSnake likes this.
  21. wibbly

    wibbly

    Messages:
    3,948
    Name:
    Dave
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Hardly ever use mine either, mind you if the TCL was as compact as the WCL I probably would as I still think I prefer 50mm FOV
     
  22. Ed Sutton

    Ed Sutton

    Messages:
    4,146
    Name:
    Dave
    Edit My Images:
    No
    One reason I'd like a silver X100t is because the only WCL I could find at the right price when I wanted on was silver. The thumbrest came with the camera and stops me pressing the rear wheel thing accidentally.

    The tatty gaffer tape is to stop me fiddling with the UV filter and losing it.:LOL:

    [​IMG]
     
    wibbly likes this.
  23. trevorbray

    trevorbray

    Messages:
    4,807
    Name:
    Trevor
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    I used to have two silver classics. One with WCL permanently attached. Can’t afford two F’s
     
    SsSsSsSsSnake likes this.
  24. damianmkv

    damianmkv Uh oh, a fruit basket!

    Messages:
    5,859
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    I loved my T and still miss it. I noticed a classic came up 2 weeks ago for £200 but no one was interested ?

    I’m hankering for a travel camera ( again. Slippery slope )
     
    Last edited: Apr 6, 2018
  25. SsSsSsSsSnake

    SsSsSsSsSnake

    Messages:
    9,009
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    that classic was a great price ,MPB around £309
     
  26. Mr Perceptive

    Mr Perceptive

    Messages:
    3,999
    Name:
    David
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
  27. Mr Perceptive

    Mr Perceptive

    Messages:
    3,999
    Name:
    David
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
  28. Rosedalelad

    Rosedalelad

    Messages:
    1,266
    Name:
    Andrew
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Turbo-G, Stephen L and trevorbray like this.
  29. Turbo-G

    Turbo-G

    Messages:
    165
    Name:
    Grant
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    wibbly, Rosedalelad and trevorbray like this.
  30. Rosedalelad

    Rosedalelad

    Messages:
    1,266
    Name:
    Andrew
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    An unusual shot of SS Great Britain - over a 45 gallon oil drum!! - but very effective though
     
  31. Stephen L

    Stephen L

    Messages:
    3,203
    Name:
    Stephen
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Thought I'd cheer everyone up on this dismal "spring" day with a shot from my Australia trip. We just came across this beach on a car journey down from Kangaroo Valley to Melbourne.

    [​IMG]McKenzie Beach, NSW by Stephen Lee, on Flickr
     
  32. trevorbray

    trevorbray

    Messages:
    4,807
    Name:
    Trevor
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Magic. Thanks
     
  33. SsSsSsSsSnake

    SsSsSsSsSnake

    Messages:
    9,009
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    you've made me miserable cus Im here and not there :crying:
     
  34. Stephen L

    Stephen L

    Messages:
    3,203
    Name:
    Stephen
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    My work here is done. :whistle:
     
    SsSsSsSsSnake likes this.
  35. mickledore

    mickledore

    Messages:
    10,254
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    One from Saturday's TP meet in Brum.
    Gas Street Basin.jpg
     
  36. trevorbray

    trevorbray

    Messages:
    4,807
    Name:
    Trevor
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
  37. mickledore

    mickledore

    Messages:
    10,254
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    Thanks. I didn't know I'd taken the shot until I started processing them on Sunday morning.
     
  38. Stephen L

    Stephen L

    Messages:
    3,203
    Name:
    Stephen
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
  39. mickledore

    mickledore

    Messages:
    10,254
    Edit My Images:
    Yes
    If I'd have realised how it would turn out I might have tried the in built 3 stopper to see what effect that might have had. But this looks OK as it is.

    Getting a bit of interest on Flickr. I've been invited to add it to an adults only (18+) group. Now I've lead a sheltered life so couldn't see why this is only suitable for adults. Then I looked at the group......and I'm no wiser! !!
     
  40. Rosedalelad

    Rosedalelad

    Messages:
    1,266
    Name:
    Andrew
    Edit My Images:
    Yes

Share This Page

  1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.
    Dismiss Notice