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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    I think I can sense you are rather satiesfied, Bart - and it looks good!
    A happy camper here, Thorkil.
    The 32-64 is very good and the 250 is spectacular ...
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    Some sample/test shots with GF250/4: onle exposure and size adjusted - no sharping applied !

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    | gfx 50s | gf 250/4.0 | iso 100 | 1/1000s / f/4.0 |

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    | gfx 50s | gf 250/4.0 | iso 100 | 1/450s / f/5.6 |
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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    Delightful, Bart!
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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

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    | gfx 50s | gf 250/4.0 | iso 100 | 1/450s / f/5.6 |
    Extraordinary fine results Bart, but I think you are trying to turn the head around on us hopeless lost Z7 enthusiats (albeit still in the unfulfilled dreams), and I'm arguing, that your machine is more a tripod machine non-suited for my loose and careless shoting... and no, no, no I'm not reconsidering a 50R...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Extraordinary fine results Bart, but I think you are trying to turn the head around on us hopeless lost Z7 enthusiats (albeit still in the unfulfilled dreams), and I'm arguing, that your machine is more a tripod machine non-suited for my loose and careless shoting... and no, no, no I'm not reconsidering a 50R...
    Hi Thorkil,

    Iím sure youíll be perfectly happy with the Z7, but I reckon the 50R with 50/3.5 is street legal too.
    For the records: my 250 has yet to touch a tripod ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hi Thorkil,

    Iím sure youíll be perfectly happy with the Z7, but I reckon the 50R with 50/3.5 is street legal too.
    For the records: my 250 has yet to touch a tripod ...

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    Yes, that is an OIS lens and the heavier the lens + camera and the stronger your arms and if you abstain from jitters induced coffee drinking there is no need for a tripod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Yes, that is an OIS lens and the heavier the lens + camera and the stronger your arms and if you abstain from jitters induced coffee drinking there is no need for a tripod.
    Plus thereís always shutter speed and artificial light to solve problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hi Thorkil,


    For the records: my 250 has yet to touch a tripod ...

    Brgds.
    Handheld...thats impressive!, but still, it would ruin my banc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    ...if you abstain from jitters induced coffee drinking there is no need for a tripod.
    ..but I have to have my 1-2 liters of coffee each day, so perhaps IBIS is needed
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    wonderful fruits of autumn ...







    | gfx 50s | gf 250/4.0 | iso 100 | f/32 |
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    No, this is not a selfie ...



    | gfx 50s | gf 32-64/4.0 | iso 3200 | f/8 | 1/125 sec |
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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    f/32 and still so much details!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    f/32 and still so much details!
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    yep, f/32 - would you have believed it ?
    I for one am gobsmacked flabbergasted ...

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    | gfx 50s | gf 250/4.0 | iso 100 | f/32 |
    dangerous pictures..I must admit, this is just eye-popping quality indeed.....(a 50R? hhmm...but the lenses are so expensive..and the Z7...hhmmm)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    dangerous pictures..I must admit, this is just eye-popping quality indeed.....(a 50R? hhmm...but the lenses are so expensive..and the Z7...hhmmm)
    The Z7 will be perfect, just a little patience required for more lenses to come.
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    The Z7 will be perfect, just a little patience required for more lenses to come.
    The Z7 or the upcoming S1R will both be perfect .....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    dangerous pictures..I must admit, this is just eye-popping quality indeed.....(a 50R? hhmm...but the lenses are so expensive..and the Z7...hhmmm)
    Many of the lenses are reasonable during the Fuji sales... or you could go with the zoom that gives a lot of flexibility for a mid-range (25-51mm equivalent) zoom. Probably donít need an extremely wide range of lenses for medium format.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    The Z7 will be perfect, just a little patience required for more lenses to come.
    Yes, I know, and I will also carry on with waiting for the Z7, I want to be Nikon-loyal for the time being, and I do think that of all the tempting models it will suit my mental condition the most, and for me now its too late for further camera-handling experiments , Nikon will work for me, it felt good in my hand and through my eye, and functions were better than even the D3, Df...
    and patience will suit my banc too
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    Quote Originally Posted by iiiNelson View Post
    Many of the lenses are reasonable during the Fuji sales... or you could go with the zoom that gives a lot of flexibility for a mid-range (25-51mm equivalent) zoom. Probably donít need an extremely wide range of lenses for medium format.
    Yes but I think the 250/4 is extraordinary, but so are Barts skills, and..apparently the condition of his knees too ..
    But a 250 might not be my go-to lens, and the zoom, even it looks very splendid, it still seems noway near the 250 in sharpness.
    And I would need the 23, but....but hello Nikon..I'm still holding your hand..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Yes but I think the 250/4 is extraordinary, but so are Barts skills, and..apparently the condition of his knees too ..
    But a 250 might not be my go-to lens, and the zoom, even it looks very splendid, it still seems noway near the 250 in sharpness.
    And I would need the 23, but....but hello Nikon..I'm still holding your hand..
    Well, I think the zoom is really not too bad in terms of sharpness, Thorkil.
    I've posted a 100% crop of a (dead) mouse (image shot on a tripod) and FWIW I was impressed.
    Anyway, since you're married to Nikon ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Yes, I know, and I will also carry on with waiting for the Z7, I want to be Nikon-loyal for the time being, and I do think that of all the tempting models it will suit my mental condition the most, and for me now its too late for further camera-handling experiments , Nikon will work for me, it felt good in my hand and through my eye, and functions were better than even the D3, Df...
    and patience will suit my banc too
    I fully agree, had a long discussion yesterday with one of my photography friends who is now full in Panasonic (m43) and has high hopes for the upcoming S1R

    But whenever I look at it and then at the Z7, the Z7 wins my soul. Folks I think I am too old to make pure rationale decisions and I might not get too wrong with what is here from Nikon and will come for the Z-mount in the future.

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