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    Fuji x100s- a photographers great little companion

    So long story short I've been shooting Canon for years now and really like that system. But I'm not a fan of trekking around a bag full of lenses a gripped DSLR everywhere I go. So a few months ago I got myself a used x100s to try and see what all the fuss was about.

    To put it plainly, other than for client shoots, the Canons have lived inside of their bag ever since. I love this silly little camera. Almost like an iPhone, it gets out of the way and once you understand its little quirks, well it can be one heck of a little tool. I'll post a link to a recent grab and go landscape a put together the other night.

    Raw conversion is done in capture one, with merging and toning done in PS

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    Re: Fuji x100s- a photographers great little companion

    Quote Originally Posted by FelixCLC View Post
    So long story short I've been shooting Canon for years now and really like that system. But I'm not a fan of trekking around a bag full of lenses a gripped DSLR everywhere I go. So a few months ago I got myself a used x100s to try and see what all the fuss was about.

    To put it plainly, other than for client shoots, the Canons have lived inside of their bag ever since. I love this silly little camera. Almost like an iPhone, it gets out of the way and once you understand its little quirks, well it can be one heck of a little tool. I'll post a link to a recent grab and go landscape a put together the other night.

    Raw conversion is done in capture one, with merging and toning done in PS

    Click on the link for a much nicer file!

    http://www.felixleclair.tech/wp-cont...-original-.jpg

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Wonderful photo. I love using Capture One with Fuji X-cams.

    I didn't buy the X100S, but I did buy the X100T, and it was a great camera. I now have the X100F, and...its an even better camera. "X"-tremely impressive, actually! The image quallity has many of the same "intangible" attributes of the GFX50S. Stunning.

    I absolutely love it.

    Literally goes with me everywhere.

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    Re: Fuji x100s- a photographers great little companion

    Lovely image, great colors. Thanks.
    With best regards, K-H.

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