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Hey,

Didn't find the right topic selection, so I wrote under X-T4, but works for X-T3 and lower probably also.
Ok then, I found new recipes  Øyvind Nordhagen – Medium
An Oslo based photographer.
Also an interesting article about "Medium format look on small sensors"
I always publish them on my site + on my page "The Largest Collection of Recipes brought together"
But will try to remember to mention them here as well - my site is all open source and free, i'am not selling anything - nor get paid.
Hope it helps someone.
Regards,
Marc

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