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  1. Thanks a lot itchy. Your way with the EF-X8 as trigger, useful on X-E3 as on X-H1, and the SB800 as a slave flash, seems to be the more simple to use. Thanks for your experience with that association on XE3.
  2. Thanks mawz, I forget that possibility of the SB800. It’s certainly the easier way to use it with a Fuji X camera
  3. Thanks mawz. I gonna try it with less worry.
  4. Has anyone tried to connect an X-H1or an X-E3 with a Nikon flash SB800? Is that electronically compatible? Shure TTL is probably not ok but in manuel mode, is it useful? What model of transmitter to use?
  5. Hi Ileo My problem is the voltage, the impedance and things like that, that could damage my camera ...
  6. Thank you Ronaldl. What wireless trigger can I use on an XH1 or XE3? Nothing in Yongnuo for Fuji. The Yongnuo RF-603 II are only for Canon/Nikon or the Yongnuo flashes. PS: I like your lighting.
  7. Has anyone tried to connect an X-E3 with a Nikon flash SB800? Is that electronically compatible? Shure TTL is probably not ok but in Manuel mode, is it useful?
  8. Has anyone tried to connect an X-H1 with a Nikon flash SB800? Is that electronically compatible? Shure TTL is probably not ok but in Manuel mode, is it useful?
  9. For me the manner you set your problem is real but your solution seems strange to me I’ve got an X-E2, an X-T2, now an X-E3 and an X-H1, and the first thing I bought for each of them, except the X-H1, is a thumbrest, so efficient to avoid changing parameters in an inappropriate manner. Imho, it’s largely less expensive than to switch a camera. ... if it’s the only issue.
  10. The only for stills camera is the XPro 3, isn’t it ?
  11. Zababo

    XH-1 in 2020

    I totally agree with Ben Bishop about this camera. It’s a wonderful one and price/quality is at the top. There no real cons with it for me. But as a first camera, it would engage you a lot to manage it correctly (and I don’t say entirely). But it’s really possible for a newbie who decides to spend some time getting to know it. ;~) and there are some video courses very useful on the net, sometime paying, of a very good level of learning. Have pleasure.
  12. Zababo

    28mm lens

    I agree with you, lakelao. 16mm is too large for me while 18mm is a focal lens I feel very well with. Luckely I never use such a wide angle for landscape*, using this 18mm lens only for reportage or street photography. * for landscape, in the field like in a town I prefer a 35mm, sometimes the 27mm, exceptionally a 23mm . What I would like too is a 40mm. There is only one for Fuji, the Kipon IBELUX 40mm f0.85 II, a non AF Lens oriented for portraits (because f 0.85!!) but quite good down to f5.6 (alikgriffin.com). But, it’s price is amazing: near to 1500$ !!
  13. Here Is one: https://www.adorama.com/katfjxnk.html
  14. Q image (win) Q image One(MAC) a very good and versatile soft for printing.
  15. Do you shoot in Jpeg or RAF? I develop my RAF with Capture one , and I have no noise issue until 3200-6400 iso on my prints. And Capture one v20 does an evermore good job on iso noise.
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