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Hello fellow Fujiheads,

A couple of years ago I had the glorious opportunity to take a few dozen photographs on a X100V and, as the cliche goes, I fell instantly in love. My old man used a film camera back in the day and he was glad I had gotten myself a taste. But since I already owned a Canon 6D Mark II with a full lens kit, I had to the fight the urges. After giving my gear away last week, I have finally settled for a Fuji XT Mark II, probably one of the last unsold models I could find in Mumbai. I have opted for the Viltrox 13mm 1.4 lens along with a TTArtisan 50mm 1.4, and a TTArtisan 23mm 1.4 lenses. I have placed the order for the VIltrox 75mm 1.2.  While I understand that the TTArtisan lenses would take some getting used to, I am keen to understand if there are any other users of the TTartisan lenses. If yes, then I would definitely want to know about the experience so far. Thanks in advance and blue skies to you. :)

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