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Old 12-07-17, 02:19 PM
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Another in my series of beach images



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Old 13-07-17, 01:32 AM
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Another in my series of beach images
Fuji X100T

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Excellent stuff... I'd suggest you sell all your kit except the X100 and use the money to go to great places and point your X100 at them, as it's giving you your best images!
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Old 13-07-17, 02:27 AM
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Lovely stuff, Amar - and ditto what JemH said about the Fuji. Beautiful results!
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Old 13-07-17, 02:42 AM
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Make that three, Amar
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Old 13-07-17, 03:09 AM
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You should give away the rest of your gear, I will take the Nikon stuff, I will even give you the postage!



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Old 13-07-17, 04:11 AM
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Excellent stuff... I'd suggest you sell all your kit except the X100 and use the money to go to great places and point your X100 at them, as it's giving you your best images!
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Lovely stuff, Amar - and ditto what JemH said about the Fuji. Beautiful results!
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You should give away the rest of your gear, I will take the Nikon stuff, I will even give you the postage!



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Thanks for the kind words chaps - really appreciated.

There's definitely a lot to be said for just using a small, lightweight camera like the X100T. I also took the D800E with me on our trip, but truth be told I only took it out once. (It was a family holiday and so I didn't want my photography to spoil the experience) I'm hoping the D800E will get to stretch its legs this Autumn as I'm planning a few dedicated photography / walking trips

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Old 13-07-17, 04:26 AM
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Thanks for the kind words chaps - really appreciated.

There's definitely a lot to be said for just using a small, lightweight camera like the X100T. I also took the D800E with me on our trip, but truth be told I only took it out once. (It was a family holiday and so I didn't want my photography to spoil the experience) I'm hoping the D800E will get to stretch its legs this Autumn as I'm planning a few dedicated photography / walking trips

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Another +1 from me

Your back and shoulders will prefer walking trips with the X100T, rather than that old boat anchor that you insist in carting about!!!!

I seem to remember that my hiking X100 kit, consisted of X100, WCL-X100, filters, spare batteries and CF travel tripod, and the whole lot weighed about 1.5kg - I'm giving very serious thought to going that route again (but with an X100F!!)
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Old 13-07-17, 06:09 AM
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Ugly little critter...

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Old 13-07-17, 06:21 AM
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I've been there, done that... I bought my X100 as may 'carry around' camera, and kept my Canon 5 and L lenses for my 'best shots' - but at the end of the year the vast majority of my 'exhibition' images were taken with the X100. I sold all my Canon stuff, and went Fuji, and although I have many lenses and two bodies, most of my images are taken with the X-E2 with the 27mm pancake lens, because that is what is always in my pocket.
Met a friend of a friend at the Bluedot festival at the weekend, she was carrying two big Canons, with big zooms on them, but it was their last trip out as she is waiting for her X-E2s and 35mm f1.4 to arrive...
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Old 13-07-17, 09:11 AM
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I've been there, done that... I bought my X100 as may 'carry around' camera, and kept my Canon 5 and L lenses for my 'best shots' - but at the end of the year the vast majority of my 'exhibition' images were taken with the X100. I sold all my Canon stuff, and went Fuji, and although I have many lenses and two bodies, most of my images are taken with the X-E2 with the 27mm pancake lens, because that is what is always in my pocket.
Whilst it took me a while (and several other cameras) to 'get it', I've found the same - I still have an X100S but for the time being just love using the Olympus Pen F with the little Panasonic 20-1.7. Whilst I enjoyed using the D700 (and have always liked the Nikon UI anyway) I've found the Pen a delight. Fast, beautifully made, and like the Fuji it just makes me want to get out and take photos. It also coped remarkably well, doing landscapes, whilst walking in the Lake District recently.
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Old 13-07-17, 11:32 AM
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That is stunning image. Love the colours, shapes and composition with shadow interplay.

Your more recent pic is of course also good :-)
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Old 14-07-17, 03:48 AM
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Old 14-07-17, 03:51 AM
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