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  1. One year ago I made a clip to show how versatile an X100 series camera can be. As I have been shooting with nothing else than an X100F for the past 3/4 of a year I thought I´d do a runner up of the video. The second one is focused on pictures taken with the X100F. I hope you enjoy these two short videos.
  2. You have a spot on ur sensor or lens. Can see it clearly on the reflection pic, which i think is the best pic. Pity the spot though I know. Sensor is cleaned already ;-)
  3. Doh!!! You are home already? Yeah, unfortunately I had too much work and not enough free time. Most of the evenings where spent in the hotel room sitting in front of my laptop and working as I had to be in contact with Germany. 9 hours time difference is not good if you want to get some sleep ;-)
  4. I find it a great companion on my X-T1. Not too small, not too large and the image quality is quite amazing for this small lens.
  5. Thanks all for your comments. Some of them are a litte extra in processing. I do admit. Most of them are from raw especially the BW images. They are all from raw using Nik Silver Efex Pro 2. @bigpiet you will love the X-E2. Leave yourself time to learn the camera. Shooting a Fuji X camera can be very rewarding and the image quality from them is nothing but amazing. Well at least for me.
  6. With the knowledge today I would go for the Zeiss. It´s sharper at f/1.8 than my copy of the Fuji at f/2. Not that the Fuji is a bad lens, but the Zeiss is better. https://translate.google.de/translate?hl=de&sl=de&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fstockografie.de%2Fzeiss-touit-1-832mm-planar%2F This is my "review" of the Zeiss vs. Fuji. I used google translate but it´s not to bad to read.
  7. While testing the Zeiss Touit 2.8/50 lens I found that focusing on close subjects without the macro mode on the camera would not focus. As soon as I would switch to macro mode it would focus flawlessly even right up to the min focus range. It seems to be very dependent on the lens you use. http://stockografie.de/das-zeiss-touit-50mm-makro-planar/
  8. I have had a run again. The first have been taken with a small Fujifilm XP60. This is my new toy. It also reached explore. I swapped my XF23 for a X100 (not S) This last one was taken with the X-T1 and the Zeiss Touit 2.8/50
  9. I was in Paris just last year and all I had with me was the X100s and the WCL-X100. Thinking about it the X100s would have been enough. I did miss shots but I gained a lot as well not having to think about what lens to choose. Next week I am off to Beijing for fourteen days (mostly working) and again I am tempted just to take the X100 with me. In your case I would take the XF35 and that would be it. Stop worrying about what lens to take. Grab the one you like most and go with it.
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