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Justa1972

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  1. A couple taken on a family holiday to Cornwall - X-T3 and 10-24 thanks for looking
  2. Still getting used to my first ultra wide angle lens but really love using the 10-24 - such a nice handling lens - if you know what i mean ! One from the Peaks - from Fernilee Reservoir up to Shining Tor and Cats Tor - was a lovely hot April day !
  3. Hello Rec'd my X-T3 today and have been slowly qorking throught the menu to get things how I like them ! I've got a few questions and would be grateful if you could answer them !? Firstly - after taking an image I like to view it in the viewfinder rather than the rear monitor - however, the image doesn't pop up into the viewfinder unless I press the playback button on the rear of the camera - is it possible to acheive this automatically ? 2 - When I am looking at am image I may wish to check the focus - I know I can press in the rear command dial and turn this to zoom out - can I change it so that the front dial does this ? 3 - When going in and out of the menu it doesn't take you back to the last option you were looking at so you have to scroll through all the menus again - can this be changed ?! Finally, is there a website that does a really good walkthrough of all the settings ? In particular I don't really understand the DRO settings and the D range priority settings ? thanks if you got this far and even more thanks if you can provide an answer !
  4. Hello Sorry if this has already been covered but I did a quick search.. Are there any 3rd party batteries that don't throw up warning messages with the XT-3 ? thanks
  5. Hello all I'm back in fuji ownership after selling my Sony A7iii.... Seems that I'm doing the opposite to everyone else but the Sony lenses are just huge and make the fuji lenses seem small, light and cheap !! Hope I don't regret it but I loved the last Fuji I had - an XT-10... I've gone for the 18-55 kit lens and will hopefully add a used 10-24 at some point...
  6. The IBIS in the Sony isn't really that good - useful if you shoot with a lens that doesn't have OIS. The IBIS in the Olympus and Panasonic M43 camera's, however, is amazing...
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