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Williamchan87

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About Williamchan87

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    Photography, cinematics, motorcycles, cars, girls, bicycles, sleeping

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  1. There way too many choices. probably better when you figure out what you want to shoot, and how small/weight you want, and what characteristics you want.
  2. I think the lumix G7 might be superior, there's more native lens and the whole system is cheaper
  3. Steel frame to me is still superior in robustness, too bad they cant fit too wide of tires and tend to be atleast few pounds heavier due mainly to the frame. I have an extra steel frame, I'm not sure if I want to put more vintage parts on it, modern parts, or a mix.
  4. I have a TCX-1 cyclocross too, it was custom built by someone, i just bought it ride to work. I have the Fujinon 50-230mm too, i bought it when I saw the price of the 100-400 and the 200mm, I'm still waiting for a 300 or 400 F4 or F5.6
  5. i mean you can also go the other way by getting a lens with a large aperture, though that doesn't usually make it cheaper.
  6. I like how this became a bike thread, any ways I'm into bikes too. Mainly road and cyclocross/gravel.
  7. video through iPhone 11 pro can be edit a bit, not much though. It's always easy to start with video shot correct then to do it in editing, though not sure how much you can do via iPhone 11 pro for shooting.
  8. I use Fujifilm, and I recommend practically all it's bodies, depending which body style you like look into x-e3 if you like rangefinder, x-t100 for beginner SLR style, x-t30/x-t20 for intermediate SLR style
  9. oh side note, when ever buying say e or F (nikon) always buy the full frame lenses, theres a few reason for it, first the APSC lenses are usually quality (build and image) inferior. The APSC versions tend to be harder to get rid of, not counting they have to be heavily discounted. Also if you were to upgrade to FF of the brand you can't use most of the APSC versions.
  10. both are fine, though having a XS with only around 2000 shutter count is surprising. the e mount is dying, which is good and bad, bad it means they will end up stop making lenses for it and there will be no uprade roadmap, good is that means there might be many chances the lenses get cheaper and there is already alot of choices for lenses. ef-m has a really limited amount of lenses, good part is you can get first party adapter mount for ef to ef-m
  11. That lens will give you worse videos then anything else. the camera body is fine but the system/mount is dead.
  12. Look into the fujifilm X-t100. It will give you nice raw, and the Fujifilm colour jpeg
  13. No, I just had it with the 35mm 1.4 right into rain, no cover or anything.
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