everyone would love to have a photo of "Mr David Beckham" himself in their portfolio!!!
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The Xpan format is my favourite because of the environmental stretch - makes a difference to me to be able to see the crop in the viewfinder to compose- rather than try and manufacture something in post. The X2D unfortunately doesn't allow a B&W view of the scene- something I find missing in its current firmware offering - and (IMO) should be rectified ASAP. teh 100MP from both Hasselbald ad Fuji make for outstanding B&W 'covnersion' and (IMO) provides for enough data to make monochrome sensor - redundant. I enjoy making snaps of time and place in XPan mode - you can fit so much 'stuff in one frame...many layers..