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  1. George_P

    XT-5 EVF size option

    Welcome to the forum. Try the Disp/Back button.
    3 points
  2. I pointed this out a few months ago. Not sure its greed though - I have no problem with ads as a way of covering costs - but the way its done here just annoys people.
    3 points
  3. bergat

    DSCF4271.jpg

    From the album: City and landscape

    © Bergat

    2 points
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  5. The Borsig rides again.
    2 points
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  7. bergat

    DSCF4075.jpg

    From the album: City and landscape

    © Bergat

    2 points
  8. bergat

    DSCF4185.jpg

    From the album: City and landscape

    © Bergat

    2 points
  9. I honestly have no idea. I hope our guru @Greybeard or @jerryy will chime in with something.
    2 points
  10. m3hc

    Introduce Yourself

    Hello, i'm from Vilnius Lithuania. I do photography as an amateur from about 2005 (with long pauses). Now having FujiFilm X-S20 with kit lens XF 18-55mm. This is my second Fuji, first Fuji was smth like 3MPX S5000 ultra-zoom. And and the fourth camera in my life. Why am I here? Probably to share experiences. New cameras are an endless story where you can customize every parameter. PS I love "raw" (not post processed) JPGs. PSS here is Vilnius only resized.
    2 points
  11. Fujiron

    Fuji Birds

    Pigeon Guillemot, Oregon. X-H2s, Fuji 150-600.
    2 points
  12. Jakani

    Summer !

    From the album: FUJI X PRO III

    2 points
  13. playing around with the 150-600......sharper than the 70-300
    2 points
  14. Jakani

    Finally Summer maybe ??

    From the album: FUJI X PRO III

    2 points
  15. MARRIEDGUY9

    Fuji Birds

    and more!
    2 points
  16. MARRIEDGUY9

    Fuji Flowers

    thought these were pretty
    2 points
  17. Fujiron

    Fuji Flowers

    Cherry Blossoms, X-H2s, Fuji 150-600.
    2 points
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  19. I added an external UGREEN M.2 NVMe SATA SSD Enclosure, USB 3.2 Gen2 10Gbps Enclosure for NVMe PCIe M-Key(M+B Key), SATA NGFF (M+B) Key, Support UASP Trim Smart for 2280 2260 2242 2230 with 2 Cables, Aluminum Heatsink. inside is a 2tb wd black drive. Not exactly sure of transfer speed as i don’t wait anymore for file transfers. I use it as a working second drive. Pretty sweet and snappy addition to my mbp.
    1 point
  20. Jakani

    Summer !

    From the album: FUJI X PRO III

    1 point
  21. vez91

    Morning at mount Bonnell

    © Yves Lacayanga

    1 point
  22. vez91

    Not so shy ducks

    © Yves Lacayanga

    1 point
  23. Hobonickel

    Introduce Yourself

    An itchy trigger finger has cast me here after I sneezed, squeezed and murdered the buy button for the XT5. (What little there is left of them as they are dwindling quickly) and that said ...Hi there friends!! (wipes brow) I may go back into the mad fray and snag lil bro (xt50). Something about that charcoal color and all the insane hoopla makes me wanna Cha Cha! Are Fuji, new toy announcement, market, events always this nuts? I don't remember things being this crazy back in 2018 when I bought my best friend and his family the XT20
    1 point
  24. jerryy

    Fuji Birds

    You really caught that Turkey Vulture at just the right moment! Very well done!
    1 point
  25. MARRIEDGUY9

    Deer

    low light high ISO, best I could get.
    1 point
  26. MARRIEDGUY9

    Sunset

    Assawoman Bay, MD
    1 point
  27. MARRIEDGUY9

    Fuji Birds

    more vultures
    1 point
  28. JimExPlumber

    Introduce Yourself

    New to Medium Format with GFX100ii. Lots to learn!
    1 point
  29. Jakani

    Nice !!

    From the album: FUJI X PRO III

    1 point
  30. Jakani

    Summer !

    From the album: FUJI X PRO III

    1 point
  31. jerryy

    Fuji Flowers

    1 point
  32. jerryy

    Sunset

    1 point
  33. Sigrid

    Introduce Yourself

    Hi everyone !!
    1 point
  34. jerryy

    Fuji Flowers

    Daffodils (Appalachian) Eastern Red Bud
    1 point
  35. Hi. I'm from Spain. I jumped from film to digital with a Fuji S3 Pro many years ago (I still have it), then I've been using several Nikon bodies and way more lenses than I need 🤷‍♂️. I wanted a smaller, lighter and sexy body for traveling and casual use so I ended up with a XT30 II, a 35mm f2, a 16mm f2.8, a Godox TT350F and a X2T trigger. Now I'm extremely happy with my very small, very light and very powerful bag.
    1 point
  36. Nice to meet you man ! X-T4, love it !!! I had it...but on the X-T5 now as well. Also love it lol.
    1 point
  37. Fuji shooter. X-Pro 1, X-T30, X-T4, XF10, but currently on the X-T5. Based in Los Angeles. IG: @TOPSHELFJUNIOR
    1 point
  38. Vairish

    Introduce Yourself

    Hi All! I'm Joe from Dublin. I took up photography during the first Covid lockdown here in Ireland. With everything closed and a 2KM travel limit in place, finding motivation to leave the house became a daily challenge. Trying to capture photos of various things in my locality became my daily activity. I started off with an XT4 as I knew nothing about cameras, but I was drawn to its classic camera appearance. Fortunately it turned out to be a great camera. I have since upgraded to an XT5 and primarily use the XF150-600mm lens.
    1 point
  39. cpm

    Introduce Yourself

    Hello. My name is Chris. My interest in photography began at age 13, when I picked up my Father's Kodak 120 bellows camera, that he purchased while in College in England. After signing out some books at the local library (my age is showing!), I bought some film. That began my initial interest in photography. My skills grew as I got more involved, and more passionate, about photography. I have worked in two camera stores, one as assistant manager. I served in the military for 7 1/2 years, and while overseas, I purchased my first SLR,an OM-1, and took a lot of photographs. I left the service, and enrolled and graduated from our local college in Film Production. After working for a local community advocacy group for 2 1/2 years doing video and photographic projects, the group closed due to lack of funds, and I was to be married in three months. Yikes! I quickly found a job as assistant manager in one of a chain of camera stores. I spotted a 2-year consultant position at a small school board, working with children in video and photography, and media literacy. I applied and got the job on the spot. I had a lot of fun working with kids. A school board in my local city was setting up a video studio, as part of a revitalization of the "Tech Wing". Tech was no longer just construction, metal-working, or automotive, apparently. I interviewed for the position, and won the job. I was a high school teacher. Never thought I would end up teaching high school! Along with video production, I also taught digital photography. The 24 years I spent teaching video and film to 13-18 year-old's were the best, most interesting, most challenging job I had ever had. I had about 200 of my students over the years continue their studies in film, video, and photography. I keep in touch with some. I am very proud of the job I did, introducing these young people to alternative career choices, and passing on my passion for photography and video production. It was a privilege to have that job. Now, as a retired teacher, I have more time to pursue a craft that I have been engaged in for the last 53 years. I have long been a Nikon shooter. When my wife and I took a short trip to Tofino in November to see the storms the area was famous for (we had four days of sun and calm waters), I was really feeling the weight of my D850 and 12-24. I sometimes would have a 150-600 with me. It had been getting more tiring carrying all that equipment around. I left my SLR stuff in the hotel room, and got out my D Lux-6. Small and portable. Then while shooting some tidal pools on a rock outcropping,I slipped, and dropped my Leica on the rocks and into the ocean. What a day. I was upset, to say the least. Thankfully I had all my equipment insured against loss or damage. I filed a claim the same day. That evening, I decided I was going to move to a smaller system. Thus began my switch to Fuji. I knew the only local, independent camera store owner, so went to his store with all my kit. He would sell it for me, and the money would go towards my new Fuji gear. The insurance cheque for my Leica arrived, so more to spend. He sold some of my Nikon kit quickly, and I started shopping! So here I am, with a new X T5 and some primes. Glad to be here, and hope to be a regular. Sorry to be so long-winded, but I'm excited! Chris
    1 point
  40. Michele Bonelli

    July Fields 2.jpg

    From the album: Paesaggi

    1 point
  41. AntoineNL

    Introduce Yourself

    Hi everyone, hello from The Netherlands. Happy Fujifilm photographer here, with an X-E3 because it is small, and four lenses: 14/2.8, 23/2, 33/1.4 and 50/2.
    1 point
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  43. Hi all, Used to be on here. Left - now I'm back. My photography has improved a little.. Cheers, David
    1 point
  44. DaveC

    Sunset

    I realise this forum is titled Sunset but as there is no Sunrise topic I thought you might like these sun rises from my local beach at Christchurch, Dorset, UK.
    1 point
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  46. ### open thread ### ... Mittagsschläfchen (after-lunch nap) by Enzio Harpaintner, auf Flickr
    1 point
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