I think it is too...That is a Nissan Figaro, I believe.
That's right. It says on the reviews that 23mm marks the widest you can comfortably use. It's a crazy step-back magnification-wise from the XPro2. For others, it can be a step up.I'm starting to use the 18mm more. I've been hearing somewhere that because if the new OVF magnification, you can't really use the OVF framelines with the 18mm and 16mm as well as narrower end of the lens line up. Is this true? or are these people pulling my leg?
Thanks for the info. I feel a bit deflated, I was looking forward to upgrading my camera. I guess I'll wait and see what they release in the future.That's right. It says on the reviews that 23mm marks the widest you can comfortably use. It's a crazy step-back magnification-wise from the XPro2. For others, it can be a step up.
That was my impression exactly. I'm all for a harder finish (although I am not "cruel" to my kit and have always sold on unmarked) but I think the Dura finish would drive me nuts. I know I would spend more time cleaning it than shooting.My comment is not about the grip in the link above. It’s about how bad the Dura finish looks in the XPro 3 images in the article. That is all.JBCamera Designs is one of the more popular wood grips on the market and the recently came out with a new 2.0 design that is slightly different. The new design has a flattened base designed to improve strength and two natural trees were combined to create a unique tasteful two-tone color. The company temporarily suspended …fujiaddict.com