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Hermelin

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  1. The huge size difference between the 35 f/1.4 and 35 f/1.0 isn't worth the small DOF difference you get IMO.
  2. If your subject is not anything moving it's worth consider a OIS lens as well, such as 18-55 or 10-24 as you can shot in very slow shutterspeed and therefor also low ISO. For example. This is shot handheld in 1/13 sec so I only had to go up to ISO 1000
  3. She used to be a ballet dancer and that’s her husbands mosaic she is taking photos of.
  4. X-T3 - The most competent and complete camera of the 3. This choice for the professional. X-E3 & X100F - Smaller, more portable and discreet. This choice for street
  5. The X-T2 was a more competent camera with more dials. I miss some of them. It had dedicated metering dial, shooting setting, Much bigger viewfinder, flipout screen and weather sealing. And ofcourse you could switch lenses. The x100F is so much smaller and lighter and it really makes me wanna bring it with me and shot more. 2018_0916_16405700 by Filip Hermelin, on Flickr
  6. I ended up with the x100f 😀
  7. I wonder if we can expect a new lens. I guess it will have the new Xtrans sensor (same as X-T3)?
  8. Hoping for X100f successor to come out early 2019. x100 - 2011x100s -2013x100t - 2014x100f - 2017x??? - 2019?
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