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Mar 09, 2015 13:20 |  #196

Enjoy! It’s an awesome camera.
I just ordered an x-pro 1 with xf35 to complement my x100s


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Mar 09, 2015 15:39 |  #197

Got to ask, why X-Pro1 and not XT-1? I have the X100T and am considering the XT-1 soon.


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Mar 09, 2015 17:54 |  #198

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Thanks! I've really been digging the straight out of camera JPEG's in Classic Chrome mode. Then I basically just tweak a few things in lightroom. I'll drag the blacks up in RGB curve if I want to fade it, and then split tone slightly. Thats it though. The in camera JPEGs of this camera are amazing.

I agree. While I still shoot raw+jpeg, more often than not these days I end up using the jpeg file.


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Mar 10, 2015 03:52 |  #199

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Got to ask, why X-Pro1 and not XT-1? I have the X100T and am considering the XT-1 soon.

Two words :
"Classic" and "OVF"


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Mar 10, 2015 11:23 |  #200

I see. Not a fan of the EVF?
I had serious doubts about going EVF, but the X100T has been very fun to use in that mode. I can see myself going full EVF in the future.

Another question: I saw some of your previous shots using ND (Lee?) filters on the X100T or S. How are you mounting the adapter to the X100 series? I don't see much of a thread on mine (and it wouldn't be the right size). Am I missing something?

(Sorry if this is a dumb question that I shoulda figured out on my own probably).


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Mar 10, 2015 12:23 |  #201

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I see. Not a fan of the EVF?
I had serious doubts about going EVF, but the X100T has been very fun to use in that mode. I can see myself going full EVF in the future.

Another question: I saw some of your previous shots using ND (Lee?) filters on the X100T or S. How are you mounting the adapter to the X100 series? I don't see much of a thread on mine (and it wouldn't be the right size). Am I missing something?

(Sorry if this is a dumb question that I shoulda figured out on my own probably).

I've used a few cameras with EVF, the latest was the x-e1 and so far i hate them. X-T1 also have the EVF in the middle of the body, making your nose smearing all over the lcd screen.

I'm using two coking p filters ND 8.
An ND 8 is 3 stops so 6 stops + the built-in ND filter, which also is 3 stops. That makes it a total of 9 stops.

I got stepup rings from 49 to 67(when i use the WCL), then i got the cokin filter holder and a plate that you attach to it and then screw into the filter thread.


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Mar 10, 2015 12:51 |  #202

Thanks.


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Mar 10, 2015 17:29 |  #203

As bent toe mention earlier about the step up ring. I use the lee filter system with it with my other X camera and the 56mm lens which has a filter size of 62mm so I use a 49 to 62 step up ring when I want to do 10 stop ND shots.

I believe lee makes an adapter of 49 but it is specifically for the seven5 system. Personally I wanted to get the seven5 system but I know it'll cause issues with the 10-24 when I obtain.


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Mar 10, 2015 17:46 |  #204

So the fixed lens on the X100T will take a 49mm ring?


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Mar 10, 2015 18:09 |  #205

There is a piece you take off the lens and then another piece you attach which allows the hood to be installed. Once you install this piece you just leave the hood off and you can attach a 49mm filter.

This is what I bought and then added the step up ring. http://www.amazon.com …sr=8-2&keywords=x100+hood (external link)


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Mar 10, 2015 21:26 |  #206

Bit the bullet on a X100T:

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Mar 10, 2015 23:07 |  #207

Another question for you x100t shooters. Any good L-bracket to recommend. Preferably, something that doesn't block the battery and card compartments?


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Mar 11, 2015 07:35 |  #208

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Mar 11, 2015 15:15 |  #209

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Another question for you x100t shooters. Any good L-bracket to recommend. Preferably, something that doesn't block the battery and card compartments?

Really Right Stuff makes one that is fantastic.


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Mar 11, 2015 15:35 as a reply to  @ gnome chompski's post |  #210

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