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Took the XF100-400 out for a whirl...



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On ‎11‎/‎6‎/‎2016 at 3:23 PM, robthebruce said:

Not bad a photo. Very crisp. A goofy foot surfer too whose expression on his mouth says it all.

Where abouts were you shooting?

and to think I didn't believe I'd be able to even come close to a shot like this when I was debating about moving back to Fuji...it even makes me rethink the need for the X-T2.  Better AF is nice but I'm pretty happy with this...and it's not like anyone was beating down my door when I was shooting FF ;)

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