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The amazing XF10-24 f4

Discussion in 'Native X-Mount Lens Forum' started by Jelster, Jun 12, 2018.

  1. tijuana taxi

    tijuana taxi Premium Member

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    Its actually in the Emergency Services Museum in Sheffield, just happen to have a photo of it.

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    OMG. That was supposed to be humor because of the puzzle pieces on the car wrap, (head hangs, slowly shaking side to side).
     
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    Again US and UK humour appears to be somewhat different as is how we spell it
    Sorry I didn't get it
     
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    Haha, it's all good. Sorry I didn't think about how it might be received. Never was any good at sit-down comedy.
     
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    Not at my brightest tonight, been up sixteen hours and it was a rather warm day. Went out for a wander over the local nature reserve and got eaten alive by mossies.
     
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    Love my 10-24mm!
     
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    I love my XF 10-24. Usually about 50% of my travel photos are shot with this lens.

    Here are some images for a last year's trips.

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    Back on track now, this is Ribblehead Viaduct at 10mm, seem to use this lens quite a bit

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    Looks like a dark day @ Ribblehead.... Love that view though, first taken there by some locals while on a motorcycle trip "up North". I haven't managed to get back with a decent camera though - into the list of places to go...


    @Bud James - The 10-24 makes a great travel lens, it covers some really useful focal lengths.
     
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    Hand-held, 1/10 second. I love how versatile this lens is.

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    Been twice now, both times by train, left Kings X about half six and got there approx half ten, just one change at Leeds.
    Had about an hour there or so before the train back and stopped off at Settle first time and Skipton the second visit.

    Done a few of these crazy trips, Middlesbrough in a day, only went for the Transporter Bridge and stopped off in York on the way back.
    Moved to Cambridgeshire now, but Peterborough is still within fairly easy reach although the Eurostar gets most of my money these days.

    Must get down to London again soon, trains have been severely up the bucket lately, was going down to Kew Gardens on Monday, but abandoned it.
     
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    Not a lot unusual about that :D

    It’s about half an hours drive from home.
    @tijuana taxi , I live in Settle. Drop in next time you’re passing. :)
     
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    Thank you for that kind offer Stephen, Settle was a very pleasant place, bucketed down heavens hard though.
    Ended up in a café in a small passage off the main street, only small, but they were advertising live music in there
     
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    I found this one this evening....

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    Such a versatile lens...


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    I’ve been contemplating selling my 18 and 23 f1.4 to buy the 10-24, it’s a huge step to take, if I don’t take to it, it means reverting back to what I sold
     
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    The 10-24mm is a great lens, but never sell the 23mm f1.4 you will surely regret that.
     

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