Fuji x100/S/T/F Owners Thread

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Had to go to town today and as it was nice Mr Fuji came with me, even had fun with Topaz on the Thank you gate 1st one from India after the Royal pavilion helped all the Indian soldiers during the First World War as the pavilion was a hospital for them.

Indian Thank You
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The Gateway
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The Brighton Dome
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Brighton Royal Pavilion
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Nice lighting in these - such a lovely day today for photography. No.2 is my favourite.
 
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Had to go to town today and as it was nice Mr Fuji came with me, even had fun with Topaz on the Thank you gate 1st one from India after the Royal pavilion helped all the Indian soldiers during the First World War as the pavilion was a hospital for them.

Indian Thank You
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The Gateway
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The Brighton Dome
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Brighton Royal Pavilion
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Nice set of Fujigraphs, with some fine detail & good colours.

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Well after selling my X100F a while ago I really missed it. It’s a great grab and go camera that takes beautiful sharp images as well has having great controls. I’ve recently started shooting some models and fashion and this was only my second shoot and is well out of my comfort zone.I thought I would use the x100F along with the T2 and 56mm. The camera was only delivered the day before but I managed to set it up with the same profiles as my T2. Here’s a few from the shoot with Rose. 31966958427_6be9f4b6a8_o.jpg 39945328093_69be157587_o.jpg 46908093381_1809581556_o.jpg
 
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Well after selling my X100F a while ago I really missed it. It’s a great grab and go camera that takes beautiful sharp images as well has having great controls. I’ve recently started shooting some models and fashion and this was only my second shoot and is well out of my comfort zone.I thought I would use the x100F along with the T2 and 56mm. The camera was only delivered the day before but I managed to set it up with the same profiles as my T2. Here’s a few from the shoot with Rose. View attachment 236552 View attachment 236553 View attachment 236554
Three very nicely taken images, loving the colours in all three but my pic is the first one.
 
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Well after selling my X100F a while ago I really missed it. It’s a great grab and go camera that takes beautiful sharp images as well has having great controls. I’ve recently started shooting some models and fashion and this was only my second shoot and is well out of my comfort zone.I thought I would use the x100F along with the T2 and 56mm. The camera was only delivered the day before but I managed to set it up with the same profiles as my T2. Here’s a few from the shoot with Rose. View attachment 236552 View attachment 236553 View attachment 236554
Welcome back to X100 ownership. #2 seems to have a different colour palette. White balance issue ?
 
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Just been trying out settings on the X100F, Acros R Grain Off Highlights -1 Shadows +2 Sharpness +1 and NR -1

Susie
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Susie
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Lovely portraits. Wish my JRT, Mistletoe, would pose for me. She just gives me a black looks and turns away!
 
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Can someone help me please? I've just bought an X100T second hand and the guy I ordered it from said it doesn't have a screen protector on it. It looks like it does. I've tried to lift it to no avail and don't want to go pulling at it in case it is actually the screen. The glass protrudes ever so slightly past the bezel however when I look at images on Google the glass is set below the bezel line. Can someone confirm where it sits without a screen protector please? Although, don't go removing your own screen protector though as you'll never get it back on. :D
 
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Can someone help me please? I've just bought an X100T second hand and the guy I ordered it from said it doesn't have a screen protector on it. It looks like it does. I've tried to lift it to no avail and don't want to go pulling at it in case it is actually the screen. The glass protrudes ever so slightly past the bezel however when I look at images on Google the glass is set below the bezel line. Can someone confirm where it sits without a screen protector please? Although, don't go removing your own screen protector though as you'll never get it back on. :D
Why not just post a picture of your new camera for us to see? :)
 
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