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Mar 01, 2017 10:43 |  #1246

My F is still backordered without a shipping date yet. Watching closely for my card to be charged.

Anyone have any suggestions for best wireless flash remote?

Is anyone using the instax printer?




  
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Mar 01, 2017 11:21 |  #1247

So far I'm liking the camera.


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Mar 01, 2017 11:52 |  #1248

inwardphoto wrote in post #18288863 (external link)
My F is still backordered without a shipping date yet. Watching closely for my card to be charged.

Anyone have any suggestions for best wireless flash remote?

Is anyone using the instax printer?

I have the Instax SP2 and I love it. It's an instant hit with anyone you hand a print to. The quality isn't great, and they're really small, but people's eyes light up when you hand them a hard copy of something immediately. My brother's fiancé asks me if I brought it as soon as she sees me anytime I go out with them :lol:


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Mar 01, 2017 13:37 |  #1249

The Fuji camera remote app definitely leaves a lot of room for improvement. The UI is clunky, slow and unintuitive. Plus it looks like it was designed 5 years ago.


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Mar 01, 2017 14:56 |  #1250

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I just started using an Oben AT3535. Bought it for its compact size and light weight. On leg also converts to a monopod.

Thank you, i actually just got the Manfrotto Xc525 and i really do like it. 16 inches, i need to fnd a camera bag that fits this tripod and my X100T anyone have any suggestions by any chance?


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Mar 01, 2017 15:06 |  #1251

OoDee wrote in post #18288976 (external link)
The Fuji camera remote app definitely leaves a lot of room for improvement. The UI is clunky, slow and unintuitive. Plus it looks like it was designed 5 years ago.

Agreed. It seems Canon is still way ahead of everyone in this aspect, I loved the remote app for my 6D, hated it on my a7S and my Fuji's... I still use it all the time though.


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Mar 02, 2017 09:22 |  #1252

DonJuanMair wrote in post #18289035 (external link)
Thank you, i actually just got the Manfrotto Xc525 and i really do like it. 16 inches, i need to fnd a camera bag that fits this tripod and my X100T anyone have any suggestions by any chance?

My tripod folds to 12" so a bit smaller but probably comparable. Bags are so subjective, but I use a Lowepro Photo Hatchback 150 AW ll (love it) when I want a backpack, or this VT messenger when a backpack isn't ideal. I placed an old Domke padded insert inside to protect my X100T and the tripod just sits on the bottom.

Lowepro Photo Hatchback 150 AW ll: https://www.bhphotovid​eo.com …_hatchback_seri​es_bp.html (external link)

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Mar 02, 2017 10:25 |  #1253

DonJuanMair wrote in post #18289035 (external link)
Thank you, i actually just got the Manfrotto Xc525 and i really do like it. 16 inches, i need to fnd a camera bag that fits this tripod and my X100T anyone have any suggestions by any chance?

I use a MeFoto Backpacker, which folders down to 12". I really like Mindshift gear, especially as I'm out hiking and travelling a lot - I use UltraLight Sprint 16L, which holds my X100T and converter lens, the 12" tripod can be put inside, but larger ones can be strapped on the outside with a front mounting system as part of the bag, I can also put my 12" MacBook inside, water bottle and extra layers etc inside. I used this bag for commuting in and out of London every day for 6 months, I've hiked many miles in all conditions with this bag, and it still looks brand new!

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Mar 02, 2017 12:49 |  #1254

bonobi wrote in post #18289712 (external link)
My tripod folds to 12" so a bit smaller but probably comparable. Bags are so subjective, but I use a Lowepro Photo Hatchback 150 AW ll (love it) when I want a backpack, or this VT messenger when a backpack isn't ideal. I placed an old Domke padded insert inside to protect my X100T and the tripod just sits on the bottom.

Lowepro Photo Hatchback 150 AW ll: https://www.bhphotovid​eo.com …_hatchback_seri​es_bp.html (external link)

VT Messenger: http://www.vagabondtra​veler.com …ct&path=49&prod​uct_id=545 (external link)


danialsturge wrote in post #18289765 (external link)
I use a MeFoto Backpacker, which folders down to 12". I really like Mindshift gear, especially as I'm out hiking and travelling a lot - I use UltraLight Sprint 16L, which holds my X100T and converter lens, the 12" tripod can be put inside, but larger ones can be strapped on the outside with a front mounting system as part of the bag, I can also put my 12" MacBook inside, water bottle and extra layers etc inside. I used this bag for commuting in and out of London every day for 6 months, I've hiked many miles in all conditions with this bag, and it still looks brand new!

http://www.mindshiftge​ar.com …cts/ultralight-sprint-16l (external link)

http://www.mefoto.com/​uk/products/backpacker​.aspx (external link)

Great info here! thank you both!


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Mar 03, 2017 23:34 |  #1255

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Mar 04, 2017 17:19 |  #1256

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Mar 04, 2017 17:40 |  #1257

Took an extended weekend vacation to San Antonio. San Antonio has a series of old missions set along the river, which you can visit by following the Mission Trail. These images are from Mission San Jose, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mission was constructed for the Coahuiltecan Indians, providing rooms for 350 Indian families. It offered protection, military and agricultural, and religious training.

Founded 1720; Work began in 1768; Completed in 1782, all of which are ancient by USA standards. And I'll tell you, it was custom made for photography :).

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5) My favorite image from the visit
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7) One day I am going to figure out a technique for double exposure.
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8) And I'm searching for an out of focus image that works. Maybe this one. 3 lights, 3 arches and 3 sunlights.
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Mar 04, 2017 19:45 as a reply to  @ GlimmerMan's post |  #1258

Very nice. Wish I had known about this last time I was in San Antonio. I will put it on the list next time I get down that way.




  
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Mar 05, 2017 01:29 |  #1259

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Mar 05, 2017 02:46 as a reply to  @ damianmkv's post |  #1260

Like this, well spotted.


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