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  1. I'd also like to see an X-E3 with the telephone sensor crop for the times I want to travel light with one lens.
  2. Thanks.
  3. I notice the new X100F (as well as the X-Pro2 and X-T2) use a battery called the NP-W126S. Will this battery be interchangeable with the NP-W126 used by my X-E2?
  4. Thank you.
  5. Shot with Fujifilm X-E2, 18-55mm lens, F3.6 1/60, Astia film simulation
  6. The Yongnuo RF-603 wireless flash trigger looks like a great buy but it doesn't come in a Fuji configuration. Does anyone know if it would work with my Fuji X-E2 to fire off camera my Nissin i40? Would it be the Nikon model or the Canon version that would work with my X-E2? Thanks for the help.
  7. Rachel shot with a Fujifilm X-E2, 18-55mm lens.
  8. Thank you very much for the advice. I've shot for more than 10 years with digital cameras, first with Nikons, now with Fuji cameras, and I've never before had a problem with a battery or a charger. So I'll try shooting with the battery to see what happens and try again to recharge it. (I always carry a spare.) Again, thanks for sharing your experience.
  9. While recharging the Fujifilm battery for my X-E2, the charger light started blinking. The instruction book says a blinking light indicates a battery fault. Can the battery be saved? Is it safe to use since in the camera the back screen shows the battery is fully charged. I haven't used the camera with that battery. Does the battery have to be replaced?
  10. You don't need to be defensive about your work. Your street photography is outstanding.
  11. OVF is fine. The LCD/EVF brightness adjustment is set at 0, so I realize I can turn it up. I understand that the back panel LCD can be hard to see in sunlight. But I guess I was a little surprised that the image (playback as well as EVF) in the VF would also be dim.
  12. That did it. Thank you.
  13. I bought an X10 and later replaced it with an X20 as a backup to my Nikon DSLR for beauty shoots. These are fantastic precision photographic instruments with wonderful image quality considering the size of the sensor. Here's a link to images (caution for nudity) taken with these cameras.
  14. In Lightroom, take image to the Develop module, scroll the control panel to the bottom to "Camera Calibration," then click on "profile" and you'll see a choice of Fuji JPEG options.
  15. I shoot RAW and JPG but, unlike any other camera I've used, I often find the Fuji JPGs are so good that I at most tweak them a little and ignore the RAW files. Fuji JPGs have a fabulous reputation -- with good reason.