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Dave P

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    X100T
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    WCL-X100, TCL-X100
  1. Check out the Think Tank Mirrorless Mover 20 https://www.amazon.com/Think-Tank-Photo-Mirrorless¨-Charcoal/dp/B00CHPQ2IA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1455161115&sr=8-1&keywords=think+tank+mirrorless+mover+20
  2. I used a bag for my X100T when I had a bunch of accessories and the converter lenses. Now I keep it in the Fuji leather case, with a spare battery and maybe a filter in my pocket. For trips I'll add a battery charger (even that's not necessary, since you can charge it in-camera with a USB cable). If you don't have a lot of accessories for it, I'd say just use the case!
  3. Thanks, farrell! I understand it's personal preference, and appreciate you providing those examples. I love my X100T for many reasons, not the least of which is its e35 perspective--I find it incredibly versatile. That said, I agree it's not the same as an e50. I think I'll hang on to and shoot the 35 for a while and see how I like it.
  4. I have an X100T, an X-T1, and several XF lenses, including the 35/1.4. I am considering selling the 35, and using the X100T for times I would normally use the 35 (indoor parties, events, casual portraits, etc.). The main reason is to simplify my kit (I don't want to simplify it too much, though). Is there a situation where I'd be so much better off with the 35? Maybe when shooting group portraits? Thanks!
  5. In case anyone is interested, I did purchase the Mirrorless Mover 20, and it can comfortably fit all the items I mentioned above, even with the lens hood attached. The Joby tripod is pushing it a bit, but it can fit in too. While this all would fit into my LowePro 140 AW, it's a tight squeeze. The 140 is taller and wider than the MM20, which is just a bit longer than the 140. There's three compartments to the MM20, and since it's not as tall, it's a better fit for the X100T. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a small bag to travel with the X100/S/T and a few doo-dads.
  6. Thank you, 8bitkikko! I managed to lose this part, too. Using the information you provided, I was able to order the part from Fuji. The cost was exactly as you said, $19.58 (+ $3.50 shipping, + any applicable taxes). BTW, the X100T manual refers to this part as the "front ring", the rep told me that their part name is "lens cover". (I clarified with the rep this is not the lens cap!). Thank you again for this info! Great to be part of this forum.
  7. I considering the MM20. Would it be a comfortable fit for the X100T, the wide and tele converters, an EF-X20 flash, a Canon coiled flash cable (3'), two sets (49 and 67mm) of 3 filters (ND, UV, and CPL), and 2 spare batteries? I also have a small Joby tripod, but that might be pushing it. I'm fitting this all into a LowePro 140 AW, but it's a tight squeeze! Thanks.
  8. I picked up an X100T a few weeks ago, and have been shooting more, having more fun, and (IMO) capturing better photos than in years of shooting Nikon. Now it's time to sell off the DSLR, lenses, and a bunch of huge bags that I no longer need!
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