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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by val, Feb 26, 2014.
last few days with the Fuji before I have to return it.
These are just lovely val, especially the first and last images.
Agreed, the last one is special
if i had taken those shots, I'd have a hard time returning the camera
I missed the back-story. Which Fuji? I can see from the focal lengths that it isn't an X100S, but beyond that I'm guessing it's X series and not a small sensor...?
EXIF says it is the X-E2
Very nice images. Too bad for whatever reasons you need to return the camera.
. . . David
I work at a camera store and I asked the Fuji rep if the staff could borrow a X-E2 so we could use it thoroughly and I wanted to photograph my sister's wedding with it.
I'm also printing a photo book for our Fuji cabinet because I wanted more examples of what the X series can do and show customer's that it's a great system.
I didn't have enough photos first time around hence the past few days and I'm glad because it motivated me to get out more.
OK now I want to know which camera store? Got any good deals at the moment?
Val... keep the camera!
Those images are great. I would say the camera is a keeper too.
Hopefully the rep has forgotten that he/she lent it to you.
I work at camera house in northern beaches.
The only deals right now are with the first gen X series and they're X-M1+16-50mm = $950, X-E1+18-55mm = $990 and X-Pro1 + 18-55 = $1455.
Thank you everyone, the rep is a regular at our store so she will definitely not forget. I will see if I can get something for a bit less but that won't be any time soon due to cash. I'm definitely happy with my m43.
Although there's something special about the 55-200mm.....never used a telephoto lens as much until I got hold of that lens and the 35-100mm just isn't the same =/
Great series, Val. It is a great way for Fuji to market their products. I hope they continue doing that.