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  1. Since I never use the left-side ports I bought a Kaza half case which holds it firmly closed.
  2. http://www.fujivsfuji.com/x100-s-t-vs-23mm-f1pt4/ http://www.fujivsfuji.com/x100-s-t-vs-27mm-f2pt8/
  3. For $200 its a no brainer because if you don't like it, you can sell it used for more than that.
  4. Since the 2.5" GGS attaches to the bezel on my X-Pro, I'd imagine the 3" one works the same for the X100T.
  5. My X-Pro does it a bit but it doesn't bother me like it would on my iPhone. You could just exchange the camera for a new one.
  6. I think the difference is that now you print only the images you really want, as opposed to printing everything. I made my girl a phonebook of her dog after it passed away, no one will tell me that printed photos don't matter.
  7. There must be some deleted angry posts, possibly with profanity, because I can't see anything that warrants his "forums bad" rant.
  8. Base really should have been called "Current".
  9. Considering the i40 does true high-speed flash sync for all X cameras makes it a very good choice.
  10. Some people only like to speak and get upset when people counterpoint their expertise. I agree that a more one-sided method of lecturing might suit him better.
  11. What about using a different app for converting your RAWs and then bring the files into LR for your regular post processing? I stumbled across 'Thomas's X-Trans Settings 2' and they seem like a good starting point.
  12. Why then a person should spend $1,000 for example on a X-E2 (taking it as a good example of a mid-priced camera bundle for everyone) when at the end the quality of the photos is going to be basically the same? How much do you think that iPhone costs? Mine cost around $900 and that comes with a wide angle lens that works well in good lighting. That X-E2 comes with a zoom that excels everywhere. But obviously, if your camera needs are modest there is no reason to buy an expensive camera.
  13. with the VF window that close to the mount, there isn't a lens in the world that won't take a bite out of the apparent image frame when aiming it, pancake or not. First thing I thought of was that the viewfinder window needed to be higher. I suspect that as the body design is refined, they will move it. There is no way they don't have a shelf full of Leicas and Fujis to compare against. On an aside, if they really are going to comp some of the Leica T's style, I hope they do those colored fronts.
  14. I've had the TP branded cases on my old X-E1 and now X-Pro. I like them. I had the Fuji case on my X100, and what I did like was that it covered the port door. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-real-Leather-Half-Camera-Case-bag-for-FUJIFILM-X100-X100S-X100T-Brown/251654818425?_trksid=p2141725.c100338.m3726&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20141212152715%26meid%3Db3e8138cbe894b1f94f0b2aa0735af5d%26pid%3D100338%26rk%3D14%26rkt%3D18%26sd%3D111073170761
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