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Hey quincy

First off... in the name of the entire Fujifilm X community, thanks so much for keeping the list updated. You are doing a huge service completely for free to all of us. I always link to your list on FujiRumors.com, too :)

And second, we have a welcome addition... a new tilt shift lens

Lensbaby Sol 45 f/3.5 Tilt-Shift Lens for Fuji X Cameras Available: https://www.fujirumors.com/lensbaby-sol-45-f-3-5-tilt-shift-lens-for-fuji-x-cameras-available/

Also, I noticed that Samyang made some changes to their website, hence it seems the link to the Samyang tilt shift lens does not work anymore. Here is the updated one:

thanks again for all you do for the community :)

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12 hours ago, quincy said:

Thanks Patrick, that's nice to hear!


however... I can't edit the OP anymore since we got the new forum software?

it should work again now :)

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I've added the neewer and lensbaby lenses and removed Meyer Optik Görlitz completely due to the Net SE bankruptcy. I'll add them again if they find a way to deliver what has already been paid and was promised to their (kickstarter) customers and stay alive as a company.

The Samyang 85 will follow when it is released.


By the way, something is wrong with the upload function. My (new) lens chart needs ~ 228 kB, but i get an error message that i'm not allowed to upload more than 512 kB.

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3 hours ago, quincy said:

but i get an error message that i'm not allowed to upload more than 512 kB.

This sometimes happens after more attempts to upload something.

Simply reload the page and try again.



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