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Woke up to another warm day. Sun or rain, I love this view.

This is the final shot made with my X-T1...next stop: Nikon D810!

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Wow ... what a view ... at what time does the sun start to touch this patio?


Never mind the words ... just hum along and keep on going...

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Wow ... what a view ... at what time does the sun start to touch this patio?

From 08:00-18:00 I guess.

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A perfect place ...


Never mind the words ... just hum along and keep on going...

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Wow indeed, fantastic view.

 

What about the X-T1 Sten, are you getting rid of it? If so, what's the deciding factor to 'switch back' to the larger Nikons?

 

Maarten

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I am turning back to the bigger Nikons. The anticipated use of a smaller system didn't move me after a while so I will return to Nikon DSLR combined with a small compact of some kind.

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Stunning view Sten, I won't show you my outlook you'll just be jealous.  : :)

 

Going by the responses on Fotozones, Nikon have a winner with the D810!

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Mike Gorman

 

Lumix G9 , GX8 - Leica 12, 15, 20, 25, 42.5 - 8-18, 12-35, 12-60, 35-100, 45-175

 

 

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