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  1. Don't wait anymore : I use the Venus macro 60 mm 2.8 for 2 years now and it a great lens: https://www.flickr.com/photos/77143627@N00/35529823625/in/dateposted-public/ Up 2:1 macro !! http://www.venuslens.net/product/laowa-60mm-f2/ papillon-stack.jpg by David, on Flickr
  2. Hi, Not sure if it is in the right category, but my macbook pro is one of the key "accessories" of my photo production. For more than a decade, I've been using OSX and Apple as my main platform. But now, for the first time, I'm thinking of switching to Windows, Microsoft surface book 2, to be acurate. Why ? Well, because I could not imagine my self moving around with so many adapters ( USB-C to everything : hdmi, SDcard, USB ...) This make no sens to me. Today I could all of this things carrying only my laptop and a power supply. When the time to replace my macbook will come, I have to spent more for a new Macbook, + 250 bucks in adapters .. And I must find room in my bag for all of these extra cables. Not mentioned all the USB-C compatibility issues and software bugs... As the macbook is "simplified", the cost should goes down, as it have less component.. but not it is more and more expensive, and need 2-3 adapters minimum to connect to the world. So I'm wondering what do you think and what will be your next move regarding your development platform. Best regards. David
  3. ..... just aware of it ...... so I need to send back my flash .... thanks for the information guys
  4. I have pre ordered one of them ! Patience now ....
  5. Wouah !! That's extreme and beautiful !! I love it ! But I don't think I could do that to my own camera. I was thinking doing something like that on my Nikon F3, but finally I prefer keep it like it is. This is what I've done on my X100s and SX70 , but definitely less "extreme" than what you make:
  6. Hi guys, So I followed Milandro advise and fulfilled the Fujifilm HQ contact form. And this morning I had a nice news from the Switzerland team and they manage the repair of the lost screws for free ! So finally a good news, but I have to wait 2 more weeks to get ma camera back. So don't be afraid to contact Tokyo if you're not happy with your local repair handling :-) Thank you Milandro :-)
  7. Thanks for the link Milandro. I will do it. I have already sent an email to Fujifilm Switzerland with the same argument. I hope they will take it in count.
  8. WTF ?? Fujifilm Switzerland want to charge me 150$ to repair it !!!!!!! 3 weeks without my camera, 150$ and they tell me it take 3-4 weeks to get my camera back !!!
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