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XT-2 by X100F

Discussion in 'General' started by Stephen Scharf, Apr 6, 2017.

  1. Stephen Scharf

    Stephen Scharf Premium Member

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    Who says you can't use the X100F for product photography? :p

    X-T2 by X100F. Shot with off-camera Yongnuo 560 III speedlights in manual mode attached to speedlight softboxes. Triggered with the $37 Yongnuo TX-560 radio trigger. We don't need no stinkin' TTL! ;)

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    Cheers.

    -Stephen
     
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    Beautiful camera, beautiful shot, beautiful camera shot!
     
  3. Stephen Scharf

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    <chuckle> Thanks!
     
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    well done...

    what is the little red/black attachment in the strap socket??
     
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    Fujiphotog Amateur photographer.

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    Great pic of the best camera in the world - the X-T2 ... in my opinion!
     

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