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About LCM_Scott

  • Birthday 07/27/1987

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    Rochester, NY
  • Interests
    Jesus Christ, Family, Photography, Camping, Fishing, Hunting, Mountain Biking, Paintball, Jeep Life, Overlanding, Football, Baseball, History, Exploration, The Great Outdoors, Nature, Street Life, Etc.

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  • Camera List
    Fujifilm X-T1
    Fujifilm X100F
    Fujifilm Instax Neo 90
  • Lens List
    Fujinon 18-135mm f3.5-5.6
    Fujinon 27mm f2.8
    Fujinon 56mm f1.2

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  1. Well my X-T1 is still my work horse and doesn't get as nicely dressed up as this beauty. This is my EDC street shooter. I love the styling and look lf this camera and I want my subjects to enjoy its beauty as much as I do. The look and overall build quality of these Fujifilm cameras are second to none in my mind!
  2. Hello all. I recently developed an issue with my X-T1. While shooting in single shot mode the camera will automatically start glitching out and switching between double exposure, and ADV. modes. Any thoughts? The dials are locked in and dont appear to be loose.
  3. Well I ended up going with this beauty from Seilstyles. Nice length and durable build quality.
  4. I have been through many many bags but I wont get into them all. I will just talk about the three that I have kept through the years. My first bag which I would say is my main EDC bag would be the ONA Prince Street. This bag is perfect! Maxed out this bag holds my X-T1, 27mm, 56mm, 18-135mm, EF-X20 flash, Instax Neo 90, tablet, batteries and note pads. It sounds large but is really not. Its perfect for when I am shooting my X100F and want some space for extra random things. Second would be the National Geographic A2560. This is more of my travel bag as it will fit my camera gear, laptop, accessories and more. Lastly there is my goto hiking bad. The Lowepro Slingshot Edge 150 AW. This bag is quite durable, waterproof and reliable while out in nature. Its comfortable and still holds all my gear plus my Vanguard VEO 235 Tripod all without breaking my back and shoulders.
  5. The Fujifilm Film Simulations are hands down one of the main things that keeps me coming back to the brand. It is by far one of the most fun things to tinker with while shooting and really increases my enjoyment out in the field. I have been shooting alot less with my X-T1 lately and have been enjoying my X100F far more but here are a few examples of the film simulations I have enjoyed using from my X-T1 and still use while shooting my X100F. Classic Chrome: Monochrome: Velvia/Vivid: Pop Color: I threw in the over saturated Pop Color example because although its unrealistic for most real world shooting applications it can still be fun and provide some interesting results!
  6. I actually was going to get one from Kenji for my X-T1 but went with another brand instead.
  7. Thank you! You wouldn't happen to have any suggestions as to whom may carry some good options would you?
  8. LCM_Scott

    Mt. Hope Cemetery

    Thank you and that was done in post.
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