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    I’m beginning to worry about you...:thinking:..:D
     
  2. Stephen L

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    So am I ... :runaway:
     
  3. addicknchips

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    Can you describe what the fail is?
    Just not getting shots in focus when using eye af? It does only work in single focus so not much use for people who may move.
     
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  5. trevorbray

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    Tried again with the 16-55. Face detected about 50 Percent of shots. Not achieving focus in any. Static subject, good light. AF-S
    Actually not a big deal, just playing around. Happy to shoot using single point AF
     
  6. trevorbray

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    Smashing. Although I’d prefer the earrings without the green tassels.
     
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  7. NickTB

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    Love this! But please stop with the XH1 goodness haha
     
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  8. Stephen L

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    I could comment. But I won’t. :D
     
  9. addicknchips

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    perhaps not lol
     
  10. Sootchucker

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    Had a bit of good fortune today. I was looking to complete my trio of Fuji F2 primes. I already had the 35mm F2 and just purchased from here the 50mm F2, so was looking at the 23mm F2. I saw on line (at Camera Price Buster) that the lowest price was just over the £400 mark (£409 from the usual on line companies). I then got an email out of the blue this morning from Fuji UK (which I sure many others got), with a voucher for an extra £100 instantly off any Fuji brand new lens provided it was purchased in a "bricks and motor" store and on the approved list. this meant £309 for a brand new lens and I could apparently still claim the further £45 from Fuji as part of the cash back meaning a total net price of only £264 - for a brand new lens, after cashback.

    So today i went along to a chain that was on the list (who shall remain nameless for the reason below), had a chat with them and asked if it was all real and that I only had to pay the less £100 price today which they confirmed as correct. Here's the thing though, all their prices for Fuji lenses in the shop were advertised inclusive of the cash back deal, meaning he accidentally only charged me £364.00 (the cash back price) less the £100.00 so I only paid £264.00 for the lens today and I can still claim the additional £45 off Fuji meaning total price will be £219.00 when I get the cashback - cheaper than second hand - well chuffed.

    So i know have the trinity of the 3 main F2 lenses for my X-H1:D
     
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  11. Stephen L

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    'Twas the switch-on of the local Christmas lights and fireworks last night (all community-funded) so I went along. Took over 400 shots, including using motor drive, on a battery already down to 90%. This morning it was on 80%!

    [​IMG]Settle at Christmas by Stephen Lee, on Flickr
     
  12. addicknchips

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    That’s some Christmas magic right there.
     
  13. G.K.Jnr.

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    "Excellent" shot, nothing more to be said.(y)

    George.
     
  14. Stephen L

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    Thank you for your kind comments, @G.K.Jnr. and @addicknchips . It was made better by the mulled wine, and the temporary cease of the monsoon season. Settle, twinned with Raincloud.
     
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  15. G.K.Jnr.

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    Just a simple Fujigraph taken at Dungeness Kent UK of some rope etc that's amongst all the other things scattered about the beach that have just been left behind. I've deliberately gone for a higher contrast gritty presentation for this snap to bring out some of the textures.
    I'm also working on a personal project called Things Left Behind and this will be one of the shots included.

    X-H1, 60mm F2.4 Lens, 1/480th @ F8, ISO-200, Handheld.
    [​IMG]Things Left Behind (22) (Dungeness)-03274 by G.K.Jnr., on Flickr

    :ty: for looking., (y):fuji:

    George.
     
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    Just trying to bring the thread back to life :D

    Another of Daisy this time with the X-H1

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