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Hello everyone!  I am excited to be a part of a great community and have recently purchased some used equipment.  I was able to snag the X-T3, 56mm f1.2, 23mm f1.4, and 16mm 1.4 through various ebay deals.  I took the family to the zoo and put the 56mm f1.2 through it's paces and enjoyed it thoroughly.  I am still learning the system and all of the settings.  I think I had one or two good shots that don't need a lot of post work, but never the less it was a lot of fun to use.

 

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