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Kangaroo Valley Morning

One more from my Australia trip. Fuji X100F plus WCL.

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Re: Kangaroo Valley Morning

What a fabulous view !

I like that everything in the foreground as well as in the distance is in focus.

What f/stop we you using ?
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What a fabulous view !

I like that everything in the foreground as well as in the distance is in focus.

What f/stop we you using ?
Thanks Garry. That was taken at f8,using the WCL (wide conversion lens) which takes the standard 23mm to 19mm (about 28mm in 35mm terms).
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Re: Kangaroo Valley Morning

Wide conversion lens ?

That's a new term that I don't know.

Is it an actual lens ? Or is it a bolt on addition ?

What make is it ?
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Wide conversion lens ?

That's a new term that I don't know.

Is it an actual lens ? Or is it a bolt on addition ?

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Itís made by Fuji and screws into the filter thread. Designed purely for the X100 series. They also make a mild telephoto version (TCL) which takes the focal length to a 35mm equivalent of 50mm. The benit is that they both keep the stanndard maximum aperture of f2 with no loss of optical quality.
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Itís made by Fuji and screws into the filter thread. Designed purely for the X100 series. They also make a mild telephoto version (TCL) which takes the focal length to a 35mm equivalent of 50mm. The benit is that they both keep the stanndard maximum aperture of f2 with no loss of optical quality.
Sounds like a hand bit of kit.
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Re: Kangaroo Valley Morning

Hi StephenL,

Loved your photo. What lens and ISO did you use for capturing this image?
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Re: Kangaroo Valley Morning

Hi, this was taken on the Fuji X100F fitted with the WCL, giving a focal length of 19mm (APSC); that is, a 35mm equivalence fov of 35mm. The ISO was 200, f8 at 1/950. Processed from raw in Lightroom.
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Re: Kangaroo Valley Morning

Great scene Stephen showing the perspective well.

There is much to see - thanks for posting it.

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