1. G.K.Jnr.

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    "Cracking" Fujigraph Sir, well composed, very nice sky, with a very good mono conversion giving a good full range of punchy tones.(y)

    George.
     
  2. Stephen L

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    Thank you George. Always appreciate your comments. :)
     
  3. ianmarsh

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    Took my X100 classic on a business trip to Toulouse. Just got one sunset to work with:

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    [​IMG]Garonne I by Ian, on Flickr

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    [​IMG]Garonne II by Ian, on Flickr
     
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  5. Mark Dell

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    Lovely shot
     
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  6. Mr Perceptive

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  8. Stephen L

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  10. Mark Dell

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    Sad news for me I may have to sell my mint X100F and lens adaptors etc :(:(
     
  11. Stephen L

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    Sorry to hear that, Mark.
     
  12. rick448

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  14. Mark Dell

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    Very nice
     
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  15. todders

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    Bridge at Ankerwycke taken with Fuji X100S

    [​IMG]
     
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  16. Mark Dell

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    Anybody want a Fuji X100F kit? See the listing in the classified
     
  17. Mark Dell

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    Yep it's a real shame.
    Going smaller I cannot even lift it to my eye etc
    May get a Sony
     
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  18. SsSsSsSsSnake

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    Traitor ;)
     
  19. SsSsSsSsSnake

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    Is this a recent photo Adrian?
     
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  20. Mr Perceptive

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    Says the man who has just bought a C*n*n :D

    Off there myself soon!!
     
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  21. Mark Dell

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    Yep will really miss Fuji
    Even the Sony is 250 grams lighter and has a tilt screen etc
     
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  22. todders

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    Taken yesterday :)
     
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  23. CScottMcQueen

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    Very tempted, I miss my X100 and X100T... pop in every now and again to see the images :)
     
  24. Stephen L

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    [​IMG]A Dry Janet's Foss by Stephen Lee, on Flickr

    Had a ride out to Malham this lunchtime and walked out to Janet's Foss.
    For those of you fortunate enough to know this enchanting place, you will recall that normally the waterfall completely covers the rock and obscures the cave. Not today!
     
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  25. G.K.Jnr.

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    “Excellent” Fujigraph Sir, well composed, lovely light & colours, and some actual movement in the water instead of all that misty stuff.(y)

    George.
     
  26. Stephen L

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    Thanks as always for commenting. I prefer my water to have a bit of "life" in it! And luckily the Fuji raw files have enough DR to rescue this shot from some very harsh sunlight and deep shadows.
     
  27. SsSsSsSsSnake

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    Ok so what made you go the S ,you've had an S a T an f !?
     
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  28. rick448

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  31. SsSsSsSsSnake

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    Must be the x100c in disguise :rolleyes::LOL::ROFLMAO:
     
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  32. todders

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    Fuji X100s.. taken at Folkestone Harbour

    [​IMG]
     
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  34. Seanazz

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    upload_2018-7-7_8-57-5.jpeg

    Building legends


    Wembley is a giant building site, like most of London.

    Fuji X100
     
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  35. Stephen L

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    One from my Australia trip (yes, I'm still processing them!) X100F.

    [​IMG]Soup by Stephen Lee, on Flickr
     
  36. Bond6

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    Is anyone using a base plate. I think with a TCL/WCL it will help. I had a really right stuff one for my T but it’s really expensive for the F
     
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  37. Stephen L

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    I’ve got one, but I’m still on the fence. On the one hand it gives me a ready Arca mount for the (few) times I use a tripod or monopod, on t’other hand it spoils the ergonomics a wee bit.
     
  38. Bond6

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    Interesting do you have the conversion lenses?
     
  39. Stephen L

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    Yes, I have both. I use the WCL a lot. The TCL, rarely.
     
  40. trevorbray

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    So, I had a fling with the X-T100. Attracted to the Bayer sensor.
    But it came down to a choice between it and my X100F

    I love my F, there's just something about it.
    So, nothing special. a couple jpeg's

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    [​IMG]100F3639.jpg by Trevor, on Flickr

    2, Velvia
    [​IMG]100F3644.jpg by Trevor, on Flickr
     
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