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  1. Franco: Go look for "Superkilen" and "├śrestad" :-)
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    Street-photography attempt

    The best advice I've had about converting to BW is that the pictures has to contain both some pure white and pure black. That will give the picture as much contrast as possible. In this case most of the pictures appear in different gray tones and could use a little extra white to give more contrast :-)
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    Travels with my Fuji X-E1 (18-55mm and 55-200mm)

    Great! I love the old guy sitting on the bench fishing
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    Filter for X100S?

    Thanks for the advice Dennis. I ended up buying both on eBay as the price is the same as you said. Thanks for viewing my pictures on flickr. Most are shot with my (heavy) canon 5D :-)
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    Filter for X100S?

    Will the Adapter ring AR-X100 (or copy) work without the lens hood? I'm going for the slim fit - as much as possible (I also need a step up ring) Absolutely. If you buy the lens hood, you get the adapter, so don't buy both. Thanks a lot. I think I will start with adapter ring (copy) and see how it works for me.
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    Filter for X100S?

    Will the Adapter ring AR-X100 (or copy) work without the lens hood? I'm going for the slim fit - as much as possible (I also need a step up ring)
  7. Very interesting. Nice pictures. I have a Hoya ND400 9 stop screw filter size 77mm. I asume the adapter is a Adapter ring AR-X100? Could you give us a link to the step up ring(S)? Thanks :-)
  8. Thanks a lot for your time spend answering. Very helpful. Im an experienced canon user and im used to be able to use any shutter when using AV. So I thought this was a bug or something. I did read the heavy manual Twice focusing on how the very different menus work. Thanks a lot again.
  9. A couple of times I have experienced a problem at f2 on aperture priority when shooting in Bright light. Eg. Today at the beach shooting at f2 the camera chooses 1/1000 and as a result the picture gets far too bright. Almost burned out. Why didnt the camera choose 1/4000? It doesnt appear at other apertures or at f2 when its not bright. Can someone explain why? Thanks. Peter
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