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    Until I recently became ill and very unfit - working my way back - Fell and mountain walking, wild camping, cycling, fishing when I can, and of course, photography since the 1960s. Lifelong Arsenal FC supporter.

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    X-Pro1, X-T1.
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    Fuji Primes, 14mm f2.8, 18mm f2, 23mm f1.4, 35mm f1.4, 60mm f2.4 90mm f2.
    Fuji zooms, 18-55mm OIS, 55-200mm OIS.
    Legacy glass, Minolta 24mm f2.8, Minolta 50mm f2, Minolta 135mm f2.8. Minolta Rokkor 58mm f1.4.

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  1. veejaycee

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    Camera used is XH1 - changed model in Iridient XT to enable LR processing. Lens: 16-55mm f2.8. Taken through the tinted window of a London bus.
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    Camera used is XH1 - changed model in Iridient XT to enable LR processing. Brixton people series. Atlantic road, Brixton
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    Camera used is XH1 - changed model in Iridient XT to enable LR processing. Brixton village covered market.
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    Camera used is XH1 - changed model in Iridient XT to enable LR processing. My illusions shattered!
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    © Vic Chapman 2018

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    © Vic Chapman 2018

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    © Vic Chapman 2018

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    © Vic Chapman 2018

  9. veejaycee

    Nikon Z6 vs. Z7: what’s the difference?

    Don't you think a Nikon forum might be the best place to answer this question? Like many others, I gave up on Nikon several years ago to come to Fuji.
  10. veejaycee

    Digital zoom

    The Fuji 100 series have a fixed lens so Fuji lose nothing. A different story with the ILCs where Fuji make money from selling more lenses - why would they want to lose money by losing sales?
  11. veejaycee

    Fuji XC 50-230mm mini review

    This is one of the reasons I won't use an XC lens but would this work? - Shoot aperture priority (front dial) and use the + - EV to fine tune for the shutter speed? Either use auto ISO with parameters or fix ISO as necessary - it's one way of keeping the SS within bounds.
  12. We all know Fuji is better but what do you want or expect us to say? The XA5 is pretty close to bottom of the range so there's a long way to go to the top. Even so it is an excellent camera - whether it is right for you, only you can judge. Don't fret over techs - like Farrell says, go out and shoot. If you want to ask more specific questions that's fine - meanwhile checkout the XT100 (like XA5 but better and with evf) and XT20 and XE3 - these all have viewfinders as well as tilt screens (not XE3?). Lots of stuff on the net about them but don't go worrying about other people's personal preferences. Fuji don't make a poor camera but you could say the same about other makes too.
  13. veejaycee

    Image capture

    Sounds like a problem with Image Capture not Fuji. Unfortunately you cannot wind back Fuji updates. I think you will need to wait for Image Capture to update for the X100F vers 2 files. You could try downloading 3rd party software such as Faststone image viewer for Mac. I've used it (Win vers) for many years. https://faststone-image-viewer.en.softonic.com/
  14. Have you tried flick and hold? Isn't there a magnified evf view by click hold?
  15. The answer may be a surprise. https://petapixel.com/2018/11/20/the-story-behind-that-ikea-photo-of-amsterdam/
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