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    • Hi. I'm new to forums so I might be putting this in the wrong place .

      With reference to the T2 problem of some lenses creating blurred images or hunting around. I experienced something like this and it was cured if I switched off the function called "Pre Focus"   If this is on, the camera tries to speed up the focus by trying to guess where you will focus and if you are moving the camera about whilst waiting the lens starts to hunt . This seemed to solve my problem when I switched it off,

      Regards  KT

    • 1 hour ago, K1W1_Mk2 said:

      The Nik Suite (which is free) can also be used as stand alone products if you want. It is best as a plug in to LR or PS but it will work stand alone. The U point technology in the Nik suite makes selective editing very easy.

      Thanks for the advice.

      I have recently been using an editing resource that I pretty much failed to recognize

      before:

      The Retouch menu.

      I don't order any item that is on the Retouch menu before shooting and when I see

      something I want to change in the JPEG when it's screened on my monitor, the

      Retouch menu provides all the options i need, short of a "serious" editing program.

      i still set RAW+JPEG in case I want to use Silkypix for edits beyond the Retouch menu's

      range.

      I'm still experimenting;part of the fun.

    • On1 also has a suit of filter effects that is free, that allow some editing.  it's standalone or a plug in.  personally, I don't like these filter based tools as they seem more suited to smart phone app users, but I'm probably not the target audience for them, which is clearly people who want "simplicity"

    • On 25/09/2017 at 8:51 AM, Dizzy Fink said:

      So if someone can turn me on with new data, I'd be happy to shoot with my canon 580exii and this cute fujiX100...

      If you set the flash to fully manual mode it should work on the X100.

    • The Nik Suite (which is free) can also be used as stand alone products if you want. It is best as a plug in to LR or PS but it will work stand alone. The U point technology in the Nik suite makes selective editing very easy.



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