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bffmike

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  1. X-Pro2, because it is "Pro" and not just a measly "T". Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Just chiming in, turn off/on error is gone for me as well. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. "Base" should really be called "Current" since it reflects your current settings. If you select another setting such as C1, you don't switch to that setting, instead those settings are COPIED to your "Base". So you can't switch back to "Base" settings because they don't really exist, it's whatever your current settings are.
  4. Yes but with Fuji it will be beautiful looking crap.
  5. You're not the only one. I like it too. Let's form a club.
  6. Love the gestures, expressions and light!
  7. Especially love the light on that shack in #2. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Because of the size of the 23mm f1.4 R, the end of the lens intrudes into the 35mm bright lines obscuring a small portion on the bottom right of the OVF. It's annoying, but it's why I want Fuji to do a smaller 23mm f2. I don't think the 35mm has this problem as it tapers off on the front end and the bright lines are smaller in the OVF.
  9. The main reason I'd want this lens is so that I can get a 35mm equivalent lens on an X-Pro2 that doesn't block the OVF. WR, R would be gravy.
  10. I would get it exchanged. My dial isn't loose, so if yours is it's a manufacturing problem.
  11. From a street photography perspective, if I'm in a crowd, a party, a festival, or indoors the 23mm is better as it's easier to fill the frame in those situations. If you're just walking on an uncrowded street it becomes more awkward to shove a camera into someone's face, and you may be shooting from across the street, so I find a 50mm better. Of course this is just in general. There are cases where you'd do the exact opposite of what I mention, but I've found those situations to be the exception.
  12. I have a bit of a different opinion. I like cases primarily because of how it changes how the camera feels in my hand. It feels like less of a cold machine and a bit more like an instrument. Also for street, you can pick any color you want as long as it's black The Gariz is nice because its stitching is also black, and the back is completely open and doesn't get in the way of the interface. It is protected less but I'm pretty careful with the camera so it's not really for protection in my case. I do have a protector on my screen for scratches, but I don't mind scratches anywhere else. I mean if your camera doesn't look battered then you're not using it enough, right?
  13. I have three friends, all non-photographers, that own an Instax, none of them teens. They're fun at parties.
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