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    Fun with MF images 2021

    From last week's street session with the GFX100S + GF45mm: Passing Sambuca II by Mark, on Flickr
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    Fun with MF images 2021

    A couple of street shots I took yesterday with the GFX100S + GF45mm: Down by Mark, on Flickr Passing Sambuca by Mark, on Flickr
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    Fun with MF images 2021

    One from today with the GFX100s GF250mm + TC:
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    Fun with MF images 2021

    I paid a visit to Hadrians wall in Northumberland earlier this week and finally got to give my new GFX100S a proper try. I took the GF 23mm which I used for the first shot and the GF 45mm for the second. Steel Rigg seen in the first image is bisected by Hadrians wall and, although a challenging...
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    Fun with MF images 2021

    Stuck indoors this week and going through my back catalogue, found this one from 3 years ago taken at my local preserved railway on a maintenance day at the engine sheds. GFX50S + GF45mm: Locomotive maintenance by Mark, on Flickr
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    Fun with MF images 2021

    For those who saw my previous post (the house on the hill on page 47) this shot was taken 5 minutes earlier, using the same gear (GFX100S + GF 23mm) but facing south instead of south east. The house on the hill is the one far right of this shot: Low Hauxley beach by Mark, on Flickr
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    Fun with MF images 2021

    Another one from today with the GFX 100S + GF 23mm: The house on the hill by Mark, on Flickr
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    Fun with MF images 2021

    Low Hauxley beach on the north east coast of England, looking across towards Coquest island at low tide. GFX 100S + GF 23mm: Low Hauxley by Mark, on Flickr
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    Fun with MF images 2021

    GFX100S + GF110mm: The final few by Mark, on Flickr
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    Fun with MF images 2021

    A ragged edged pink tulip currently flowering in my garden. GFX 100S + GF 250mm + 1.4xTC: Ragged edged pink tulip by Mark, on Flickr
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    Fun with MF images 2021

    Lift off! GFX 100S + GF250mm + 1.4xTC. 1/100 sec ISO 50 f6.4 handheld (testing the IBIS!)
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    Fun with MF images 2021

    It's been many months since I posted on here but now I've decided to do more with MF photography. To that end I've just taken delivery of a new Fuji GFX100S which arrived 3 days ago after a 3 month wait. I'm also waiting for a new lens, the GF 45-100mm which appears to be sold out everywhere in...
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    Fun with MF images - ARCHIVED - FOR VIEWING ONLY

    GFX50S + GF250mm: Socially distant by Mark, on Flickr
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    Fun with MF images - ARCHIVED - FOR VIEWING ONLY

    Why worry about being stuck at home when you can watch wild elephants on your lawn! GFX50S + GF250mm: March of the Elephants by Mark, on Flickr
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    Fun with MF images - ARCHIVED - FOR VIEWING ONLY

    Thanks, yes it is the Tanfield railway, like travelling back in time wandering round the yard there :)
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    Fun with MF images - ARCHIVED - FOR VIEWING ONLY

    GFX50S + GF45mm: The goods yard by Mark, on Flickr
  17. M

    Canon EOS-1 D X Mark III

    I've had my 1DxIII for a couple of weeks now, used it in different scenarios with different lenses and overall I'm very pleased I bought it. Looking forward to C1 releasing an update to let me use their software with the raw files (currently Adobe is the only option) but that's a minor issue...
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    Fun with MF images - ARCHIVED - FOR VIEWING ONLY

    GFX50S + GF23mm: First light by Mark, on Flickr
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    Fun with MF images - ARCHIVED - FOR VIEWING ONLY

    Looking up the escalator at the south side of the pedestrian tunnel which runs beneath the river Tyne in N E England. GFX50S + GF45mm: Light at the end by Mark, on Flickr
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    How about more and more fun with Canon...

    One of the last images I took with my original 1Dx (plus 24mm TS/e) back in 2016: Blyth piers by Mark, on Flickr
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