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About fluxionphotography

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    Austin, Texas
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    I'm a freelance lighting designer and photographer, specializing in dance and landscape work, respectively. I do a lot of traveling, a lot of kayaking, and a lot of swimming, and occasionally I get crazy and do fashion and portrait shoots. I have a small studio located in Prizer Gallery in East Austin. Feel free to stop by and say hello.

    For the purposes of this forum, I'm a Nikon DSLR user who has used a Fuji X100 as my backup travel camera since the original version. Currently I own an X100s which gets used with an underwater housing quite a bit, and just recently purchased a X100f.
  1. Seconded. It's possible to save the RAW files while shooting in the film simulation modes, so why not allow it to save RAW files when using the digital tele-converter as well? Some of us enjoy the beautiful Fuji Jpgs. but also like backing up the RAW data, just in case...
  2. This was the thing that led me to these forums. I've been using my camera for two hours and have accidentally brought up the Q menu at least half a dozen times. I'll see if locking them out fixes the issue... But really. How does that not come up in the entire prototyping phase?
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    Landscape Work

    Images from various places...
  4. I've been using the Meikon brand of that housing for around two years now, and I love it. It was some of the best money I've ever spent. Here is a quick review I did: http://www.fluxionphotography.com/blog/2015/5/first-look-at-the-meikon-underwater-housing-for-the-fujifilm-x100s and here's a series of water images I started last summer, many using the housing with my X100s. http://www.fluxionphotography.com/p37290009 For those asking, the housing is designed for the 100s... I think the buttons layout on the 100 was similar enough that it would be okay, same with the t, but you may not be able to access everything. I recently purchased an X100f and while it fits in the housing safely, and I can adjust the shutter speed and press the shutter, nothing else lines up at all. I'm hoping they'll make a new model to fit the f - it would be nice to have full access to the camera and all those extra megapixels as well.
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