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Cando69

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  1. Just in case anyone is interested I went ahead and bought a fringes ef/fx pro2. It cost me $450 au new and also picked up a 150 - 600 Sigma contemporary for $814 au used in top nick... wow...! Very happy with the results.. to be honest the autofocus works great, not as fast my 55 to 200 but not that much slower either, very usable. The Sigma is on the heavy side but 600mm mmm mmm love it. I can still hand hold. I had a bit of a play around the house over the last couple of days and have so far enjoyed using it and haven't found any real faults. I've used a canon 70 to 200mm L ll f2.8 and once again the autofocus was a little slower but not by much. I'm not a professional, I'm just letting people know that the fringes works and works well.. so if have some Canon lenses or I would like to get a cheaper option then the fuji 100-400mm and 1.4 extender is all. I do not regret my purchases and I am now looking at Canon lens options second hand like the 300mm prime. Hope this is of some help
  2. Hi everyone, I'm chasing some feedback on the fringed ef to fx adaptor.. I want know if anyone has used big glass with it I.E 100 to 400 or 150 to 600mm sigma lenses and tele converters.. I'm just looking at cheaper option to the fuji 100 to 400mm.. Thanks for your all your help in advance Noel
  3. Heavily cropped.. shot with a Xt3 55-200mm
  4. Spotted this gowana a little bit too late to get a photo on the ground and had the wrong lens on to start with. Xt3 35mm f1.4
  5. Took a photo of the neighbours campsite SOOC just resized Xt3 35mm f1.4 @ f2 8000 iso 10sec
  6. Having play with my new toy. I have just stepped picked a xt3. I was using the 18-55mm & 55-200mm an have lots to lean as I'm fairly new to photography.. I only did a little touch up on these photos in Lightroom and to be honest I really don't know if I made them better or worse. Yep and it's my first post too ... Thanks
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