rcautox

Joined on Oct 22, 2018

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  • Fun fact: The 50mm is lighter than the 1.4 TC
  • Fuji USA appears to have let things slip. $999 Sept 26 https://www.fujirumors.com/leaked-full-fujinon-gf50mm-f-3-5-press-release-price-999-and-shipping-september-26/ size vs 63 and 45 https://www.f ...
  • I own the 45 & 63. I think both are pretty darn compact give their resolving power. I may still pickup the 50 because it would make for a smaller volume taken up by my 50R so I’m more likely to ...
  • More info on the lens today at fujirumors and an update from fuji tomorrow. Someone is suggesting $1280 for price. https://www.fujirumors.com/fujinon-xf16-80mm-f4-and-gf50mm-f3-5-announcement-july- ...
  • Sony 400 2.8? That would be a fun lens! I have the infinitely cheaper Olympus 300 f4 and love it for wildlife. Couldn’t imagine the quality out of that Sony. What a fun and tough decision for you
  • Glad you’re enjoying it! I’ve flown to NZ with it and a 14 month old so no excuses to not drag it on your next vacation haha. It will be worth it!
  • I’m in Denver and find Mikes pretty competitive and well stocked. Their Boulder location has the 50S for rent along with 3 lens & the tilt adapter. Might check them out if you want to try before ...
  • Gosh I hadn’t realized the price delta between the R & S is $2k! Both are great cameras. Can’t wait to see a fellow Coloradan’s photos when you get it.
  • I think it worked out to $5k for the 50R + 45 + 63 but don’t hold me to that number so it was a no brainer after sampling the 50S. I passed on the zoom but I think it was $1k extra at that time. I ...
  • I rented the 50S from Mikes in denver and spent a long weekend with it in Steamboat. I was sufficiently impressed that I ordered the 50R when BH had their short flash sale. I love the 50S tilt ...
  • I may pick this up-amazing photos in a nice size book. I find taking a crisp photo w/the GF110  without IBIS challenging. Couldn’t imagine taking crisp, properly exposed MF photos in a spacesuit ...
  • The 250 would most likely take #1 if I ranked my favorite photos (instead of number of photos). This surprised me! Still regret not buying it for a past trip to Iceland. Agree with Chris, the 45 ...
  • The 45 is my default lens and handles most  of my impromptu family photos. Often family photos involve more than 1 person in an uncontrolled environment so the wider 45mm works a bit better for me ...
  • I had my GFX in a lot of rain and too close to waterfall spray in Iceland for multiple long exposure, panorama work without issue. Enjoy!
  • Replied in Hassy
    I’ve bought into the GF system but can’t deny that Hassy sure is a good looking camera! I don’t get paid for my work so I’m a bit price conscious. With this in mind I nearly spit out my coffee ...
  • I’ve had my 50R in the ski sled with our baby for 6hr and temps around 8F. The baby was bundled, the 50R wasn’t and it performed fine with the 110 & 45 lenses. I’ve also had it out it 20F plus ...
  • Good excuse to get another “perfect” camera bag... The 110 will render amazing portraits of your upcoming baby but shutter speed will be a challenge once she’s mobile! I have many blurry photos of ...
  • I had the same issue. I was too quickly pressing OK while the image was displayed. My GFX & 1 year old are both teaching me patience.
  • Tough to beat a crop sensor and a monster telephoto. But after a few amazing shots of lazy wildlife with the 250 you will dream of a GF500 f4 and a Sherpa! Or at least surly but indebted teenager
  • Great photos! The Kestral is fantastic, almost makes me forget how large the 250 + tc is haha. The detail resolved in the Egyptian geese is exceptional. Count me in the tiny group of MF folks who ...
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