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  1. an icon of Hong Kong creative industries
  2. Sakura in Hokkaido, Japan
  3. Super long slide in Okinawa
  4. yakitori store in Japan
  5. Doroco train in Kyoto arashiyama
  6. Fujifilm X-T3 Vertical Grip Fujifilm has done something fantastic with their battery configuration in the XT3. They use a medium sized battery to keep the cameras compact, but those that need more power can get a vertical grip that allows you to use three batteries at one time.If you find the grip and camera with two batteries too heavy, you can remove the battery in the camera and just run with the two batteries in the grip and everything works fine. You can use the vertical grip as a dual battery charger when you don’t have it equipped on the camera and it can charge two batteries in 2 hours with the AC wall adapter.The Fujifilim X-T2 battery grip will not work on the X-T3. Fujifilm BC-W126s Battery Charger For the Fujifilm X-T3 and the NP-W126S batteries, there is a brand new charger – the BC-W126s. This new charger comes with a wall plug adapter built-in so that you can plug the charger directly into the wall. No more cable. If you like the cable and need another battery charger, the old BC-W126 charger still works fine. Memory Cards Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-II Sandisk Extreme Pro is the best card for Fujifilm cameras. They have no issues and I’ve never heard of any lockups with this card. https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-64GB-Extreme-UHS-II-Memory/dp/B01MFCQVLB/ref=as_li_ss_tl?creativeASIN=B01MFCQVLB&imprToken=vdG7CxKPrA.1zzzLIcU54g&slotNum=8&s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1510178934&sr=1-2&keywords=Sandisk+Extreme+UHS-II&linkCode=w61&tag=alikgrif-20&linkId=359c773aeddc2c2dfcd087a6b6b7e10e Sony G UHS-II Believe it or not, Sony actually puts out really nice memory cards and they work great in Fujifilm cameras. https://www.amazon.com/Sony-SF-G64-T1-Performance-blazing/dp/B06ZYNN6JP/ref=as_li_ss_tl?creativeASIN=B06ZYNN6JP&imprToken=vdG7CxKPrA.1zzzLIcU54g&slotNum=9&ie=UTF8&qid=1509307486&sr=8-1&keywords=Sony+uhs-II+g&linkCode=w61&tag=alikgrif-20&linkId=f4c27298f1ff2e2bf8ee71c082b4d3af Soft Shutters The Lensmate Soft Shutters are the best and this is what I use on all my Fujifilm cameras. These have a rubber washer that when tightened helps keep the shutter from vibrating loose. Fujifilm X-T3 Leather Half Case I’m sure Kaza will give us something really cool. Provide the below links for your reference. Kaza Leather Carmera Half Case https://kaza-deluxe.com/shop/product/fujifilm-x-t3-series/ Gariz Genuine Leather Carnera Half Case https://www.amazon.com/Gariz-BL-XT2ABR-Genuine-Leather-Fujifilm/dp/B01MY9EFYU/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_3?keywords=gariz+xt3&qid=1556086393&s=gateway&sr=8-3-fkmrnull
  7. Wah Fu Estate of Hong Kong
  8. Landing or taking off ?
  9. Tiny little blue dragon fly
  10. seeing all these threads about the built of the GFX50R etc made me wonder if i at least should get a half case that looks descent and is intuitive enough for practicality. In my opinion, it improved handling and gave some additional protection is my main concern. Don’t like those with metal plate at the bottom, it’s not what a leather case should have. Any suggestions ?
  11. Spring in Japan
  12. kyushu - fukuoka
  13. I'm looking at trading in my XT2 for the GFX50R and am wondering about the lens lineup as I dig deeper into the Fuji system. I definitely want the GF63 mm, may be it is a pretty good kit lens.Thanks in advance for your help.
  14. Night and day in Kyushu Japan
  15. Sunrise in Taiwan
  16. My favorite celebrities in Hong Kong
  17. Thanks for the sharing ! I have the same issue before !
  18. I like to use hood, simply it looks more cool. I've got a leather case with extra space for the lens hood so its quite handy for me.
  19. The X30 size is different , this is why many supplier develop a separate case for x30. If you want to buy x30 case, you can google ciesta, TP , KAZA, gariz etc.....
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