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tonyturley

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Scott Depot, WV, USA
Real Name
Tony
Very early morning images taken with the X30 while watching the sunrise over the city, on a very Autumn-like morning, I might add.

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KillRamsey

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Hood River, OR
Real Name
Kyle
I used it a few times, and found it a little softer than the XF27 f2.8, which almost completely replicates it. So it got used more or less that once, and not since, on the Fuji anyway. I still use it a ton for film, when I shoot film.
 

tonyturley

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Location
Scott Depot, WV, USA
Real Name
Tony
I have read many good remarks about the 27, but have held off on buying one mainly because I prefer a physical aperture ring. With the 23 WR coming out on the 29th, I am likely to buy that one, especially since I was able to sell my XF 18-55 for a decent price.
 

KillRamsey

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Location
Hood River, OR
Real Name
Kyle
I miss it too, when I use the 27. It just demands a different style, and I'm happiest when I don't fight it. I find a shutter & ISO combo that puts the aperture about where I want it (with room to run on both sides), put the EV comp at -1 usually, and just spray away. I brought just the 27 and the long XC50-230 to my daughter's first Soccer team day last night. The 27 (with a circ polarizer on it) did this, walking, framed with the back LCD down at arm's length by my side as I walked. So for little gifts like this, combined with how tiny it is, I think I'll always sorta love it.

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