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Guest Jack Seaman

Beautiful, wonderful picture.

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Guest RidinRev66

Your photos keep encouraging me that there should be an X20 in my future. Beautiful colors and very nice composition! Thanks :prankster:

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Sten ... what a beautiful photo!

Sten, you could probably show the same scene using another camera if only to emphasize that you could produce images such as this with other cameras. Otherwise, you will be responsible for NG members buying the X20 but who will have some difficulty producing the same images you have shown here using your X20. :D

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Sten ... what a beautiful photo!

Sten, you could probably show the same scene using another camera if only to emphasize that you could produce images such as this with other cameras. Otherwise, you will be responsible for NG members buying the X20 but who will have some difficulty producing the same images you have shown here using your X20. :D

Larry, too late. I just ordered my X20. My second step to a Fuji trio :rolleyes:

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Larry, too late. I just ordered my X20. My second step to a Fuji trio :rolleyes:

Not too late ... just in time! Luc, you and Sten can make the X20 shine like few others can. Congratulations! :D

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Guest JohnBrew

Really nice one, Sten. I could envision that one on my wall.

Personally, I don't think the brand of camera had a thing to do with that capture.

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Not too late ... just in time! Luc, you and Sten can make the X20 shine like few others can. Congratulations! :D

Thanks Larry, I'll try my best. Looking forward to shooting with it in Thailand with the lush colors there.

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Thanks Larry, I'll try my best. Looking forward to shooting with it in Thailand with the lush colors there.

I look forward to seeing magic again with this camera in your hands Luc. :good:

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Thanks for your comments guys!

Despite what skills I might possess, the X20 has got me inspired to look at scenes in a different way than my Nikons do. In that regard, gear does matter.

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Thanks Sten for your wonderful photo and for sharing with us the joy of using the X20. Your skills as photographer shows how well this camera can perform in the right hands. :good:

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