This Fuji X100T has all its boxes, manuals and accessories plus the following-
- An extra Fuji battery
- An aftermarket lens hood
- The Fuji flash that came with the X-T1 but works really well on the X100T
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One of my favorite cameras has been supplanted by the glory that is the A7. Needs a new owner who will take it out often. Good condition $960 with extra battery and third party lens hood.
Here is a sample of what it does-
I love records, not the iTunes variety but the round ones with the grooves- meet Baz, he runs Egg Records at 3 Wilson Street, Newtown and he is an all-round nice guy. Analog all the way! This one is also getting the Gold Fibre Silk treatment.
Nick and Chris celebrated their second birthday at their shop in Newtown this weekend. Smile Please at 457 King Street is the ultimate analogue hangout and these two blokes know pretty much everything there is to know about cameras. They are also really nice guys.
And it makes an amazing print, Ilford Gold Fibre Silk is the business when it comes to black and white.
Back in the day being able to print in the darkroom was essential, even press packs for new product launches contained 5 x 7 prints- darkroom in the studio where I worked was almost a daily event. Its been a long time since I had a printer at home or even the capability to print large images (work printers don’t count) so picking up a second hand 3880 was a big deal. After much cleaning profiling and testing I am blown away by how amazing the prints are on this machine. I spent ten days recently printing with Les and Aundrey Walkling and that really got me thinking- I need to print again. The 3880 is a great machine but remember the following points-
- It uses a lot of ink
- Ink is expensive
- Its has a fussy paper feed
- The software is awful
- Profiling is essential (Xrite Color Munki Photo works for me)
Printing is an essential part of being a photographer and showing beautiful A2 prints is really amazing, problem is I will run out of wall space.