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  1. I gave picktorial 3 a go this week with my x-t2 files. It has some great features but falls down on basic raw conversion. Read about it here : https://nwinspeare.com/2017/08/21/picktorial3/
  2. Thanks, I'll give those suggestions a look. Nicolas
  3. Hello, I work as a teacher and I'm looking for a bag I could carry all my stuff in but also the x-pro2 with the small XF23mmf2 lens. I miss so many opportunities on my daily commute! My current satchel type bag is around 35cm x 25cm x 12cm and is often very full. I need to carry quite a lot of paperwork (A4 size max). Any ideas ? I like messenger bags and use the Billingham Hadley pro and Ona Astoria regularly. Maybe I should get a second hand x100S or T and try and fit it in the front pocket of a bag, the 23mm is quite long... Thanks, Nicolas.
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    Hello, I'm not a sport photographer by any means but I'd like to share a photo I took with the x-pro2. It is a photo taken in a small powerlifting competition in Horncastle (UK). Any comments are welcome!
  5. Hello, I recently sold my trusty x100T and bought an x-pro2. The arrival of the new 23mmf/2 lens explains why I made the jump. They are both admittedly two different beasts. I compared the image quality between the x-trans II and the x-trans III sensors. You can read about it here : https://nwinspeare.com/2016/09/09/upgrade-from-x100t-to-x-pro-2-is-it-for-the-image-quality/ Leave comments and questions and the end of the article, I'll try to respond quicky. Thanks, Nicolas.
  6. Sounds like a lot of hassle... The hood is essential if there is no uv filter.
  7. Thanks milandro! I get the idea about not using a uv filter. No problem. Tell me if I'm wrong : If I use the lens hood, I need to use the adaptor ring and stick the hood on that. So when I want to fit an extra lens on top, I remove the hood and the apadptor ring and screw the lens on. That right?
  8. A couple of thoughts: 1) The x100T doesn't have a flippy screen. That is a major difference with the x-t10 + 23mm 2) The X100t is more discrete and less intimidating than an x-body with the 23mm and the huge lens hood. Fab for getting intimate with subjects. 3) Having 2 bodies is great. A 23mm and a 56mm are going to cover over 90% of your needs at a wedding (and most of the time elsewhere). Swapping bodies without changing lens is very comfortable and you will miss less shots. 4) The 23mm f/1.4 is a better lens than the 23mm on the x100t apart from the close fox using distance where the x
  9. So I'd need to remove the uv filter to avoid screwing it on and off? https://www.instagram.com/nwinspeare/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/nwinspeare/
  10. Hello, I owned a x100T once upon a time and sold it. Bad decision! Ever since I have missed it... I'm in the market for another one but I'm also interested in the wide angle conversion lens. Before, I had the Fuji lens hood and a uv filter on the lens and I also used the seven5 filter system on occasion. How would this work with the adapted lens? Thanks for any advice, Nicolas https://www.instagram.com/nwinspeare/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/nwinspeare/
  11. https://c1.staticflickr.com/1/392/17953966613 Fuji x-t1 with 56mm f/1.2
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