Eh up, is an F bought from amazon uk eligible for the cashback?
They’ll refuse your order, coz you send them back
Just trying out C1 Pro12
You`ve Been Framed by Dave Rohan, on Flickr
Love having the x100f to easily capture pics, send them to my iPhone and post them. Especially as my computer had been out of commission. It’s a properly fun camera to use!
Some graffiti from today X100F.
This is the reason I hate taking a photo of the Royal Pavilion from the back, as the block of flats just ruin a beautiful work of art.
Then the Brighton Bandstand
Thank you Mark.
Can you get in closer and shoot a panorama (with camera in vertical orientation)??
I will try that, but my cameras are at my Mums for safe keeping as the ex is back on the scene and she`d smash them just out of spite so my photography is on hold for a while.
Ouch !! Been there...
My X-T3 and XF 35mm with the 90 and 50mm are now safe at my Mums, will be taking the X100F when I go over again.
Pushing the X100 classic’s sensor to the max!
Along the Southbank towards Westminster Bridge with the old X100
Maybe it was the weather but I just wasn't feeling it
A wet afternoon by gary, on Flickr
I like that a lot
A couple from recent(ish) trips out with the X100T.
David Game College by G.A.D, on Flickr
Room with a view by G.A.D, on Flickr
Jazz at the Paris House last night, really loved using the X100F.
Playing the Sax by Dave Rohan, on Flickr
Jazz Night by Dave Rohan, on Flickr
Swings by David Yeoman, on Flickr
Softness be damned, I love this thing at F2!
There is something 'special' about the F wide open or near wide open, images can really 'pop'. Owni g the classic X100 as well, I thought that the higher MP count of the F would really work against the lens fully open, but IMO the XTrans3 sensor is just sharper out of the box, and at the moment I'm loving shooting the camera at F2 to F2.8
Another one from today
Bench - Thorn Wood by David Yeoman, on Flickr
Thought I'd try something different
Theed Street behind Waterloo Stn London. Taken handheld with the old X100
Theed Street by gary, on Flickr
Very "Jack the Ripper" ish.