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Sep 21, 2017 23:57 |  #5506

Osa713 wrote in post #18457590 (external link)
Thanks guys now I want an X100. Was trying to save money :lol:

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Sep 22, 2017 01:17 |  #5507

benji25 wrote in post #18457424 (external link)
My local shop said his Fuji rep told him to start moving x70's. So i am guessing they are coming.

I hope so! Although, I'd rather have an X100 series with weather sealing - that would be my perfect camera.


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Sep 22, 2017 02:58 |  #5508

Loving my x100F as a second body / take everywhere camera. Accidently got out a car at the weekend with it sitting on my lap though and skated it across the ground. Ended up with a slight blemish on the edge of the top plate where the strap lug is but nothing major. Still works properly which is the main thing.

Anyway, when I had an XT1 many moons ago it came with a small hot shoe flash that you could rotate to bounce etc. Really small unit but worked ok. Is there anything similar available I could use on my x100f ? The built in flash works well as a fill flash for my needs but I would prefer to be able to bounce the light but at the same time I dont want to use a larger proper flash (I have the nissin i30 for my sony but dont want something even that big on my fuji)

Any options?


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Sep 22, 2017 03:22 |  #5509

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Loving my x100F as a second body / take everywhere camera. Accidently got out a car at the weekend with it sitting on my lap though and skated it across the ground. Ended up with a slight blemish on the edge of the top plate where the strap lug is but nothing major. Still works properly which is the main thing.

You wouldn't happen to be interesting in buying a Wide Converter Lens for it? I'm thinking of selling mine as I've been using the 23mm more recently.


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Sep 22, 2017 03:59 |  #5510

danialsturge wrote in post #18457647 (external link)
You wouldn't happen to be interesting in buying a Wide Converter Lens for it? I'm thinking of selling mine as I've been using the 23mm more recently.

Is it the version 2 ?


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Sep 22, 2017 04:03 |  #5511

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Is it the version 2 ?

Unfortunately, it's not, so would require manually telling the camera it's on.


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Sep 22, 2017 04:11 |  #5512

If you want a small powered flash for your X-PRO2, the little flash that came with the X-T1, EF-X8, will work. It will only point forward but no extra batteries required.

For the X100F. The Fuji EF-X20 is a nice small TTL flash but takes 2AA batteries and no tilt or swivel. You can always remote cord it it you need that past that you are getting into bigger flashes. The MK 320 is one but the way Godox have support for Fuji now the smallish TT350f might be worth the bulk.


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Sep 22, 2017 04:23 |  #5513

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If you want a small powered flash for your X-PRO2, the little flash that came with the X-T1, EF-X8, will work. It will only point forward but no extra batteries required.

For the X100F. The Fuji EF-X20 is a nice small TTL flash but takes 2AA batteries and no tilt or swivel. You can always remote cord it it you need that past that you are getting into bigger flashes. The MK 320 is one but the way Godox have support for Fuji now the smallish TT350f might be worth the bulk.

Thanks for the info, my memory is crap. I had it in my head the xt1 flash could swivel etc.


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Sep 22, 2017 04:24 |  #5514

danialsturge wrote in post #18457668 (external link)
Unfortunately, it's not, so would require manually telling the camera it's on.

Thanks anyway, I have been half considering the wide lens but would prefer the lazy version


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Sep 22, 2017 04:25 |  #5515

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Thanks anyway, I have been half considering the wide lens but would prefer the lazy version

No problem and fair enough!


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Sep 22, 2017 11:13 |  #5516


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Sep 22, 2017 12:55 |  #5517

https://mirrorlesscomp​arison.com/preview/fuj​i-xe3-vs-x100f/ (external link)

Did a pretty decent job at pointing out differences


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Sep 22, 2017 13:32 |  #5518

Of course this only further confuses me as far as which is better for me lol..
This being the case i need to wait for the 28th and go down and feel them both out


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Sep 22, 2017 13:51 |  #5519

rantercsr wrote in post #18457985 (external link)
Of course this only further confuses me as far as which is better for me lol..
This being the case i need to wait for the 28th and go down and feel them both out

If you've never given the hybrid finder a real try, you definitely should. For me that's definitely the biggest factor. I don't think I could ever part with my X-Pro2 and X100... maybe one or the other, but I couldn't lose both because I just enjoy using the OVF that much... and I seriously had no interest in the hybrid finder when I bought my X-Pro2... go figure :lol:


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Sep 22, 2017 14:23 |  #5520

3, 7, and 8 would push me to the x100 series. Not having to fiddle with lens will push you to be more creative too. And it will make an excellent backup camera if you ever needed it.


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