I don't have a point!!!
Joined Mar 2011
...x100s w/ ef-x20
got my X100 out today, have not had it out for a while, snapped this sunset on the way home tonight, its the start of winter here
5DIII 7DII Fuji X100 Fuji X10 17-40L 135L 70-200F4ISL Tamron 150-600
Joined Aug 2014
I love the built in ND filter, this was taken handheld in the middle of a very bright day!
X100T | flickr
This is a great reminder that I need to take advantage of the built in ND filter more often!!
From Munich airport:[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/H63QG1]
Airport & Stairs by Pierre Pichot, on Flickr [IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/HdBUoR]
Rush by Pierre Pichot, on Flickr [IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/J4HFip]
Going away by Pierre Pichot, on Flickr
Does anyone else find using the x100t in manual a bit clunky? I was trying to get out the habit of using aperture priority with auto iso all the time and found the exposure dial a bit fiddly to use. I have a lens mate thumbs up though so have to turn it from the front side so that may be what it is but it just didn't feel right
I dont find it that bad. My guess is that you will adapt and get more comfortable.
It might just be the thumb grip. I like the thumb grip too much to remove it though
i have a thumb rest on mine too, and now that I think about it, it does make access to the shutter speed dial a bit more cumbersome. I think I have just become accustomed to this though because I dont think twice about it. Its definitely not an easy camera to use when you need to make fast adjustments though.. At least for me.
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