cortex95x

Joined on Sep 21, 2019

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  • The MIndShift appears to be a backpack of sorts, and while it might provide enough room, I find that while backpacks may be convenient for travel, hiking or some landscape situations, they are not ...
  • Does the GFX100 actually fit inside of the S4? The specs indicate that the internal width of the bag is 5 1/8" and the camera is around 6" with the EVF attached?  In addition, it does not have a ...
  • Stunning images.
  • I guess that it is an option, but I would hate to deface the bag. As for roominess, the Hadley mentioned will easily hold the GFX100 and then some.  But I like to carry my bags closed/sealed until ...
  • Thank you, all good suggestions. However, a backpack is out of the question for this older gent and the PD Everyday Messenger might be a tad too narrow to accommodate the GFX100 with EVF attached. ...
  • Nice, but has no means of carrying same other than the shoulder strap.
  • Thanks, I own that bag and it is the Billingham with the floppy top handle referred to in my post.
  • Created discussion thread GFX100 and Messenger style bag
    It has been 60 some odd years since I'd first begun my foray into photography, and I'm still searching for the perfect camera bag. As you can imagine, I've accumulated quite a collection that ...
  • Having perused numerous forums, Adobe LR often surfaces as the perpetrator of various issues.  I too had used it in the past, but had refused to drink Adobe's annuity generating Kool-Aid and had ...
  • You are not delusional. I use, on an alternating basis, and in addition to my GFX100, a Panasonic S1r with Leica SL glass, as well as a Sony A7rIII with GM glass. Is there a visible difference in ...
  • With RRS plates on all of my cameras I'd ordered and received the RRS L plate for the GFX100.  However, I'd found it to be heavier and bulkier than I'd desired.  I'd returned it and ordered the ...
  • Received my copy for my GFX100 a week ago and am still in the testing phase, but so far it appears to be an excellent W/A lens.  Sharp from center to corner and quick to focus, although focus ...
  • I've been using the BH-55 for years. It's a very sturdy and reliable head, you'll find it useful and its weight capacity comforting. Overkill is safer than the alternative. That said, the BH-40 ...
  • Thank you.  It will definitely find a place in my bag for landscape imaging.  And you  are correct, these lenses do capture a lot of sky and foreground, but post processing can fix that, and the ...
  • It was funny, and my alien offering was also an attempt at levity. However, I am approaching geezer territory as well, and have been delighted to find that I can capture great, sharp images with ...
  • Good info.  Earthquake is out ... how about aliens (LOL)? On another note, I just performed a very unscientific test of the GF 23mm F/4 on my GFX100, and as you can probably guess, it's a stunner. ...
  • Of course, but that would depend upon what you accept as the simplest explanation. The OP has apparently recreated the initial setup and has not been able to achieve the same blurry results. Ergo, ...
  • This might sound off the wall, but California has had numerous and recent earthquakes, and not all at easily discernible.  Perhaps your initial blurry images were the result of transmitted ...
  • Replied in WASABI power
    I still default to using Fuji supplied batteries, regardless of the cost, but the charger works just fine.
  • Replied in WASABI power
    Hi, I've been using that dual charger since the advent of the GFX50s and now for my GFX100—it works well,
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