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Door man from Uganda,London 2015 

after 45min chat about cultural differences between European and  African culture and very intensive and  honest chat a did this portrait you can see proud father of 4 kids and 4 grand kids, he works in London and supporting them from here . Wealth redistribution...


Its jpeg straight from x100T nad i update from x100s i can say i see different speed  of controlling camera is much better ...waiting for some auto focus updated like xt1.



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All taken with my X100T.




















And one of my X100T (along with a couple of other cameras).  Accessories include an Artisan & Artist Silk Cord Strap, a Match Technical Thumbs Up Grip, a Fuji Lens Hood, B+W Neutral Clear MRC Filter and a Really Right Stuff Base Plate.  Also, the WCL-X100 wide conversion lens is almost permanently attached since I like shooting at 28mm.




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A few from earlier tonight.
FUJIFILM X100T, 19MM (28MM EQUIVALENT), F2, 1/350, ISO 6400
FUJIFILM X100T, 19MM (28MM EQUIVALENT), F2.8, 1/680, ISO 6400
FUJIFILM X100T, 19MM (28MM EQUIVALENT), F4, 1/420, ISO 6400


FUJIFILM X100T, 19MM (28MM EQUIVALENT), F4, 1/280, ISO 6400
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