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  1. crashton

    crashton Well-Known Member

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    Just bought a pair of UHS-II 32 GB memory cards to use in my new to me Fuji XT-2. I figure if the camera can handle the fast cards then I should use them.
     
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    This is the Godox TT350S Mini Thinklite TTL Flash for Sony, courtesy of Eduards $100 B & H voucher. Thanks again by the way. Only tried TTL but so far works perfectly and it only weighs 200 grams plus the batteries. Link below if you want to check the spec
    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1341879-REG/godox_tt350s_ttl_mirroless_camera_flash.html

    The lens is the 18-135 sel which is roughly half the weight of my equivalent Fuji lens. DSCF6047.jpg
    Date: 2018:06:21 12:28:20 - Manufacturer: Fujifilm - Model: X-E2S - Focallength: 55 mm - Measurement: Pattern - Aperture: 5 - ISO: 320 - Exposuretime: 1/45 sec - Flash: Compulsory Flash
     
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  3. crashton

    crashton Well-Known Member

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    Nice score jeffh! You are right the Fuji 18-135 is a tank of a lens, but I love it.

    Today the postman dropped off a new Nikon 70-300 AF-P VR lens. I scored it on fleaBay for $130. I'll use it with my FT-1 adapter on my Nikon V2. 810mm for those bird & bug shots.

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    Nice, you know what i want :D
     
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    sold a few more camera bits I had around the house, amazing how much you collect but never use, Had a tamron (Nikon fit) 70-200mm F2.8 lens in the cupboard, but no Nikon camera to put it on, olympus 9mm fisheye lens, black rapid sports strap.

    So sold them all, and this arrived in the post today, Fuji 18-55mm lens, This lens has got some very good reviews.


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    Date: 2018:07:02 11:54:10 - Manufacturer: Apple - Model: iPhone 8 Plus - Focallength: 3.99 mm - Measurement: Pattern - Aperture: 1.8 - ISO: 100 - Exposuretime: 1/12 sec - Flash: No Flash
     
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    Eduard Administrator
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    I predict that you'll love it. My most used lens by far.
     
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    That's a nice lens Paul I really like mine. So far I haven't found a Fuji lens that isn't good.

    Yesterday I gave my son my Nikon V1. He had one that I had given him, but the rear LCD has died on it. Not worth the cost of a repair so I gave him mine. I still have 2 Nikon V2's so I'm OK, although maybe I can ask Mrs Crashton if it's OK to replace the V1 with another camera or lens. ;)
     
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    Excellent lens. Mine is razor sharp from 2.8. My personal favourite lens is the 10-24 f4.
     
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    A new battery for the Fuji, really like these expro batteries, never had a problem with them.

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    Date: 2018:07:04 17:44:12 - Manufacturer: Apple - Model: iPhone 8 Plus - Focallength: 3.99 mm - Measurement: Pattern - Aperture: 1.8 - ISO: 40 - Exposuretime: 1/120 sec - Flash: No Flash
     
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    The EM1MK11 is the first one i cant use expro in, they make them but they are not fully decoded and you need an expro charger.
     
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    Great VFM. I think I have about 5 for Fuji x
     
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    One can't have too many batteries for a Fuji. ;) If I have one gripe about anything on my Fuji's it's that they eat batteries. I always have at least one spare in my pocket.
     
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    Preparing for my upcoming trip to Yellowstone National Park and the Teton’s.

    Peak Everyday Backpack - 30L
    - amazon accidentally sent me the 20L when I ordered so I was able to compare both and prefer the 30L

    Peak Cuff wrist strap

    MeFoto Backpacker Travel Tripod


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    What about the shoes??????
     
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    Ha! Yeah made a stop at Cabela's and picked up a new pair of Merrell Moab 2 Hiking Shoes (They are so comfortable!!) and a pair of compact binoculars so the kids can spot wildlife in the park.

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    Own a pair of Merrells myself, great choice.
     
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    Getting old can be expensive :D when i bought my scooter i made a last moment change of mind and bought a smaller one, it works well for me but Nancy being Diabetic suffers from spells of gout, most of the time its not too bad if she doesnt walk far.
    This means we are limited to going far without the car, me on my scooter and her walking doesnt work, so i just ordered a second scooter like mine'

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