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    Going to Hokkaido soon. Finds the autumn colours should go well with Fuji. But clarity maybe Sony? What do you think?

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    Buy/bring both. That way u have both clarity and colors

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    Thanks. I have both and my spare camera will be a film Velvia with either contact t3 or G2.

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    Trying to cut down gear

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    I'll bring the Sony. If u feel u need the Fuji, just buy in Japan

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    Shoot n direct post fb ->fuji
    Heavy edit ->sony

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    both set from japan can buy there

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverlate View Post
    both set from japan can buy there
    Sony Jap set menu hardcoded in Jap...cannot change to English. Hence my suggestion to bring the Sony

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    I give you one more choice: a7r mark ii.

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    Default Re: Landscape phtography fuji xt1 or sony a7

    colors and clarity... your choice is clear... Adobe Lightroom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    colors and clarity... your choice is clear... Adobe Lightroom.
    haha, so true

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    colors and clarity... your choice is clear... Adobe Lightroom.
    Lol.
    Anyway travel my preference is always small and light...

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    Colours are subjective. Dynamic range is more important. Lens matters too.

    On the other hand, how about selling both and buy a LX100? Lol
    hi

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    Thanks guys! In the end I brought the Fuji with light zoom, Contax G2 with 21 Biogon, and used my I phone too. So far quite pleased with the Fuji and the kit zoom really performed beyond my expectations. Now trying to figure where to develop my slides (velvia 100). Any recommendations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gasdr View Post
    Thanks guys! In the end I brought the Fuji with light zoom, Contax G2 with 21 Biogon, and used my I phone too. So far quite pleased with the Fuji and the kit zoom really performed beyond my expectations. Now trying to figure where to develop my slides (velvia 100). Any recommendations?
    which kit zoom you brought ? 18-55 or 18-135 ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gasdr View Post
    Thanks guys! In the end I brought the Fuji with light zoom, Contax G2 with 21 Biogon, and used my I phone too. So far quite pleased with the Fuji and the kit zoom really performed beyond my expectations. Now trying to figure where to develop my slides (velvia 100). Any recommendations?
    I use http://www.analogfilmlab.com/ (Most of the local shops will send it there these days)

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    Thanks for the tip! I used the kit 18-55, having sold my 18-135 as I found it a bit heavy for mirrorless. Most of my landscape shots were taken with the wider spectrum anyway.

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