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    Fuji Really having trouble choosing a bag for X system

    Hi guys, My setup is currently X100S XT1 14 2.8 35 1.4 56 1.2 I can just fit all of this into a ThinkTank Retrospective 5. However, it is a very tight fit. Once I add an SD card wallet and a few spare batteries, it is packed to the brim. I also have a Retrospective 7 however my...
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    Fuji What one zoom for travel with the XT1?

    I really wasn't impressed with the 18-135 that I tried. If you really need the convenience of the range and the weather sealing, then there isn't much choice anyway. The 18-55 I tried was amazing for a kit lens, even amazing for a lens on its own. Fast, sharp, and the bokeh was beautiful. I am...
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    Fuji What one zoom for travel with the XT1?

    It's a great lens for landscapes and architecture for sure. A bit too slow for people as f4 is just a bit too soft for my tastes, 5.6 is where this lens shines. Part of the reason I went with the 14 2.8 instead of this zoom is that I switched from m4/3 since I felt Fuji APSC offered a...
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    Fuji What one zoom for travel with the XT1?

    Just a quick update- I tried the 10-24 for a long weekend and found it too big and heavy, I also didn't find the OIS particularly useful especially compared to the IBIS of my Olympus EM5. If I went with this lens, I'd have to get a bigger bag just to accommodate it. Went back to my camera shop...
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    Fuji Well, I DId It - X100T

    Congratulations, I'm sure you'll be happy with it. After using the WiFi on my XT1 to send photos to my phone or to my SP1 printer, I can't imagine not having the convenience of it anymore.
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    Fuji What one zoom for travel with the XT1?

    My local camera shop has a loaner 10-24 I can use for the weekend so I am going to see how it fares. If I end up using it around 14-16mm then I will have a look at the 14mm 2.8, if I end up using it closer to 24 then I'll take a closer look at the kit 18-55. If I just use it with no discernible...
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    Fuji What one zoom for travel with the XT1?

    Hmmm.. Lots of interesting responses here. You know, maybe I will give the 18-55 kit a second look. I've heard it's not bad for a kit lens (compared to the CaNikon 18-55s or even the m4/3 kit offerings) and the OIS would sure be handy. I bought my XT1 body only fairly recently but since I've...
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    Fuji What one zoom for travel with the XT1?

    Thanks for the replies, guys. I wouldn't really like the 18-135 as I had the Nikon version of this for my D7000 and almost 9/10 shots were taken between 18-40, I never really wanted more reach with that but could always do with more width.
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    Fuji What one zoom for travel with the XT1?

    Hi folks, I am off for a year in 2015 to do some travelling around Europe (Western and Eastern) for a youth working holiday and instead of sorting out visas and employment, I'm more concerned about what to bring camera wise. My X100S is definitely coming with me. I am also bringing my XT1...
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    Fuji Blog POST: My fave camera: The X100S (or why I love my Fujifilm gear)

    I really enjoyed the writeup and the fantastic images, thank you for sharing :) I too love my X100S so much that I put up with carrying the extra chargers/batteries in my bag alongside my XT1 set up.
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    Fuji About to pull the trigger on a Billingham for XT1 and X100S. Need some opinions.

    Thanks for all the replies, you kind folks just saved me a lot of money and disappointment since it looks like the Hadley Small would indeed be too small for my needs. Plus, as mentioned the handle and zip pocket alone are probably worth the increase in size. I'll just have to find a way to...
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    Fuji About to pull the trigger on a Billingham for XT1 and X100S. Need some opinions.

    Hi everybody, I am about to purchase my first serious camera bag (my current one is on its last legs) and I was stuck between the Hadley Small and Hadley Pro. I am currently carrying an X100S (no hood) and an XT1, 56mm, 35, 10-24 lenses. In addition to some SD cards, batteries etc. My...
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