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    Just received the Fujifilm teleconverter for the X100V (TCL-X100 II) that converts the 23mm lens to 33mm (equiv. 50mm). I already had the WCL that I used previously on my X100F. Sold the X100F and kept the WCL that gives a 28mm equiv focal length on the X100V. Here are a few quick hand held snaps with the TCL on the X100V, all shot wide open at f/2.0. Two shots of indoor house plants and a couple through windows of outdoor plants.
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    Just hanging out with my XF10.
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    Pale geranium blossom. X100V with TCL-X100 II. 33mm f/4 ISO 2500

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    Kitchen window Cyclamen. X100V with TCL-X100II

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    A couple of panos and a little beach plant taken on a stroll along north bay at Taughannock Point on Cayuga Lake. X100V. The structure on the east shore horizon (visible in the larger view of second image below) is the Miliken Station coal fired power plant that uses deep lake water for cooling.





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    OK, not enough brick walls in this thread. So is my lens sharp?



    X Pro2 and XF50.
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    You, know...well, because...



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    There is a fine line between optimism and desperation...

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    I'm having fun with the X-T3 and XF 80/2.8. I'm able to get close enough to these animals to be able to use it, especially as the best time to capture them is around dusk when the light levels are very low.





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    Archives!

    Remember this day. Cloudy, cold, mist and fog.
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    XH-1, XF 90/2.

    What a wonderful pair of equipment. I have since handed it over to my grandson. To make use of it and the 16-55 in Canada. Too heavy for this old man!
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    The damned XF 100-400 was on sale. Grrrr. So of course, out comes the cat. Now, this is 400mm. Those are real millimeters, not effective mm (that would be 600mm as we're in APS-C land). OK? 400mm. So we go SEVEN stops down to one-third of a second. Hand held. Almost sharp. Some help from Topaz Sharpen AI..



    Now I'm going to go out and isolate some seagulls against distant buildings. Or something .... It's an XH-1, so not the best action AF. We'll see...
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    Fun with the X-T3 and the fox cubs, with the 100-400.

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    Another fox cub capture. This is probably my best so far. I am really impressed with using the XF 80/2.8 as a short telephoto. I'm about 3 metres from the cub largely hidden behind a heavily overgrown fence. The cub probably knows I am there but he is now familiar with me and for short periods of time will give me the benefit of the doubt before scampering back into a fox run which gives him safety.
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    Dalmation coast...



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    A few woodland walk (Cornell Botanic Gardens) images taken with the X100V + 33mm Teleconverter (50mm equiv).

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    Remnants of an ancient willow with large burl.



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    I have acquired a secondhand XF50-140/2.8 - mainly for wildlife, although it may find its way into other projects I am working on. This is one sharp lens, even wide open. I was expecting it to be heavier, given that some people complain about the weight but I'm pleasantly surprised at how light it feels. I also have the TC1.4x which came with the 100-400, so if needs be I can extend the range even if it is at the expense of an f-stop.

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    From the Land of the Middle Earth.
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    A couple from our 2017 European m/c tour, Český Krumlov, Czech Rep...







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    XF10. If anyone is thinking about adding an 18mm lens to their setup, they should consider the XF10. Not only will it give you that focal length, it will also give you a second carry-anywhere camera. Not perfect, the AF is not the fastest I have ever used (although it did get all six steps in focus (sorry for the pun )), but a really nice little camera.
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    A few from our 2016 European m/c tour....



    Evening on the Danube, Germany




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    XF10

    I have not really written a lot about these images. I am fascinated by the overlapping planes caused by reflections in glass (AKA beam splitters) where the demarcation between "inside" and "outside" disappears. For example, the sky and back wall (with street lights) are obviously not inside the building. You can also see the buildings in the reflection align with the building through the window, giving the solid column in the restaurant a transparent appearance. The "floor" of the restaurant is also the reflection of the street outside. (And you probably thought I was just too cheap to by a polarizing filter or too lazy to use one.)

    What is interesting about these conditions is that they are not completely apparent to the human visual system. I see the basic opportunity with some of the main elements, but the complex nature of the interacting images/reflections cannot be seen. The visual system simply cannot process them, both because of the lack of DoF and the way it is cognitively filtered. I have to make a photograph to see the image. So while there is a "reality" of recreating what I saw, the image is giving more than what can actually be perceived. To paraphrase a well-known photographer, I photograph the world to see what it looks like in a photograph.

    Photography presents two unique properties, first it does accurately present the world--that is described as "indexical" (that is only because post-modernists don't want to critically think about the term "truth"). Second, it can reveal the cognitive process of our visual system by showing the discrepancy between how we perceive the world and what that world looks like. (Apparent perspective (lens compression is one attribute) comes from the fact that photography gave humans that ability to see the world where the angular relationship of where the scene is viewed is different from the angular relationship from where the image is viewed.)

    Anyway, I just wanted to share some reflections...
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    Thank you for putting this aspect of photography so clearly.
    As an architect I have often been fascinated by the way pictures I have taken of my buildings showed aspects which I neither considered while designing nor saw so clearly when just looking at them.
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    Applecross, Scotland,
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    Couldn't resist doing a monochrome version.....



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    From the Towers of Commerce to the Tower of London - taken from the South Bank of the Thames near Tower Bridge, this morning. The first time I've seen the City without a forest of construction cranes interfering with the view, for some time.

    X-T3+10-24, cropped to 617.

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    Well I finally made a decision and got the X100v, first shakedown yesterday....











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    Well I finally made a decision and got the X100v, first shakedown yesterday....
    Congrats and happy shooting, Alan.
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    Thank's Bart, yes partly that but also I had an itch! and you HAVE to scratch it don't you?
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    Thank's Bart, yes partly that but also I had an itch! and you HAVE to scratch it don't you?
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    Some more....











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    Well I finally made a decision and got the X100v, first shakedown yesterday....]
    Congratulations Alan and I hope that you enjoy shooting with this little marvel. I purchased mine a few months ago, thinking that I would use it for travel in the spring, but of course that never happened. Still a fine camera for everyday walks.
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