Fuji X100T

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I have been testing a second hand FUJI X100T and I am loving it.

I do a lot of macro so Depth of field proved really easy to control:

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I dont use RAW files so I wanted to test the JPG film simulations and I am really impressed:

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The bracketing worked really well too:
Impossible lighting (very bright sky):
Metered for sky:
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Using 3 stop / 3 images in camera Bracket:
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I am sure I could get a better end result by playing with the settings a bit.

Overall I like this camera a really lot.

I accidentally applied sharpening when batch processing and cant be bothered doing it again.

Comments welcome.

CHEERS
 
Shoot mine more than my any of my other cameras. The 16mp X-Trans II sensor is very sweet. Don't shy away from shooting RAW. Pin-sharp lens. Optical/electronic VF is a bit of magic. Tons of set-up videos and film sim recipes online. The optional Fuji grip is worth it if you have large hands. Get a couple aftermarket batteries--the Wasabi brand is better than most others.
 
I used this camera for 4.5 years as my only camera. Easy to cary everywhere and have handy. I didn't care that much for it's macro because I could get close enough quite often. Was great for street and people candids, but did great for landscape/nature as well.
 
I have been testing a second hand FUJI X100T and I am loving it.

I do a lot of macro so Depth of field proved really easy to control:

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I dont use RAW files so I wanted to test the JPG film simulations and I am really impressed:

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The bracketing worked really well too:
Impossible lighting (very bright sky):
Metered for sky:
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Using 3 stop / 3 images in camera Bracket:
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I am sure I could get a better end result by playing with the settings a bit.

Overall I like this camera a really lot.

I accidentally applied sharpening when batch processing and cant be bothered doing it again.

Comments welcome.

CHEERS
You've got a very nice camera there. I have one also--which was the start of my Fuji GAS. Never liked the built in strobe on most cameras--love this one. Almost always have it with me, so easy to drop into a pocket on my photo vest. Like another poster I probably use mine more than the other cameras I own. Happy shooting!
 
The camera is my daughters. i might actually buy one of my own. Its that good for my style of photography.
 
My first and only. Love it. :)
 

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