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X-T10 battery life

Today, 04:40 AM

Posted by StephenL in X-T1 and X-T10

Is there any indication that the battery life of the X-T10 is improved upon the X-T1? 

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L-Bracket/Grip for X-T10

Today, 04:15 AM

Posted by royuk in X-T1 and X-T10

For years now, I've always fitted an ARCA-style L-Bracket to each of the cameras that have gone through my hands.


The first of these was a Kodak 14n DSLR.  The only bracket available was from RRS in the USA.


By the time it's cost + mailing to the UK + import duty + VAT had been paid, I'd parted with quite a chunk of hard-earned.


The ones I bought for my Nikons were cheaper but still quite expensive


Thanks to super-efficient Chinese manufacturing & despatch though, the brackets on my X-E1, X-M1 and X-T1 were all absolute bargains - and beautifully made too.


But my little X-T10 was still without . . . until now.


I've just ordered this, via eBay UK, from the manufacturer of my other Fuji brackets in Shenzhen 




I'll report back when it arrives.




Roy  :)

  37 Views · 2 Replies ( Last reply by royuk )


My wife said she was keeping an eye on me, but this is ridiculous

Today, 02:36 AM

In a small Museum in Bratislava there is a display of glass art with some fantastic pieces.





  35 Views · 1 Replies ( Last reply by petern )


Carl Zeiss Jena 135/3.5

Today, 02:30 AM

I've been laid up for about 3 months now with limited mobility - that'll teach me to shovel snow for 3 hours at my age! I've had a problem driving - hence the multiple images of my garden flowers up till now. Anyway I got out the other day and decided to take only my CZJ 135/3.5 with me and went to Bowling Basin where the Forth and Clyde canal meets the river Clyde.


Seahorse - under repair




The only way to travel




Bowling Railway Bridge




If James Bond did narrowboats





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X-E2 on sale in Sydney

Today, 02:24 AM

Discount Digital on Sydney's north shore has the X-E2 on sale for $599. Delivery is free. Seems a reasonable price. These are good guys (no connection other than that I have bought stuff from them).


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C1 vs Silkypix

Today, 01:55 AM



i have C1 version 7, and silkypix (the free version from fujifilm site)


now, when i look at the jpgs and raw, there is big difference between the 2 softwares - Silkypix looks sharper and brighter than C1.


any ideas?




  83 Views · 3 Replies ( Last reply by bambi73 )


Canon 50mm f/1.4

Today, 01:48 AM

First day out with this lens. It has it's quirks- sometimes the blades stick, but it was a $15 thrift store score, so hey. 

Various apertures, speeds, ISOs. PP in LR with some modified VSCO jawns.




  58 Views · 3 Replies ( Last reply by petern )


Refections of Summer

Today, 01:20 AM

Posted by fatmod in Landscape

Refections of Summer,X-E1+18-55


  30 Views · 1 Replies ( Last reply by Dave_P )


Contre jour

Yesterday, 10:56 PM

Posted by bluebear in Wildlife-Nature
There was some lovely light whilst I was out walking my dog yesterday evening - I couldn't resist these poppies amongst the wheat...


  77 Views · 8 Replies ( Last reply by GregWard )



Yesterday, 10:50 PM

This is Boris, my 1-year old cockerpoo. Getting him to sit still for more than a second or two is hard work!


  48 Views · 1 Replies ( Last reply by Simon64ds )


capitol gains

Yesterday, 09:39 PM

the lansing capitol building repairs nearing an end


  54 Views · 1 Replies ( Last reply by charlie3 )


XT1 and GR Facebook pages

Yesterday, 08:38 PM

I love my fuji gear, but I am thinking to order the new GR as well, for just a more of a pocket size walk around camera.

(Maybe a little off topic)

I searched on Facebook for Richo GR pages, and I didn t find any..

I know a lot of FB pages are about X trans cameras, do you know of any specific RIcho ones?

or even outside of FB, some forum like this one would be great to see photos actually taken with the camera I am thinking to buy.

thanks for sharing


  131 Views · 8 Replies ( Last reply by Matthew Richards )


X-T10 film simulation

Yesterday, 08:10 PM

Posted by stingrae28 in X-T1 and X-T10

When set in full auto mode, the only film simulations available are provia, monochrome, monochrome with filter options, and sepia.

Is there any way to get velvia or classic chrome without manual mode?

  135 Views · 5 Replies ( Last reply by stingrae28 )


Ninth of Av (part 2)

Yesterday, 07:39 PM

Posted by gene lowinger in B&W

A continuation of the series. More here.



  76 Views · 2 Replies ( Last reply by gene lowinger )



Yesterday, 07:34 PM

Posted by lyleg in Abstracts
Was windy as hell here last couple of days so I decided to go shoot a few abstracts.
All with the X-T1 and 16-55/2.8, processed on my tablet with snapseed and vsco.





Thanks for looking

  58 Views · 1 Replies ( Last reply by midairmatthew )

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