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A series of images I shot in my hometown Amersfoort with a Fuji X100 plus WCL-X100 28mm wide-angle converter.

All images shot in Astia Jpeg / Auto Dynamic Range (works amazing), postprocessing in Lightroom.

 

1. Sint Rochuskapel (built 16th century)
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2. Spring cleaning
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3. Museum Flehite
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4. Nieuweweg/Havik
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6. Westsingel
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7. Sint Pieters en Bloklandsgasthuis (built 1907-1908)
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8. Oliemolenquarter
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9. Oliemolenquarter
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10. Selfie
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11. Oliemolenquarter
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13. Zandfoort aan de Eem
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14. Eemhuis
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Another super series, Luc. You also show that digital cameras do not all become obsolete with age. :) 

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Thanks Dallas. The output of the X100 is still up-to-date but the handling is not. The EVF is not usable in sunlight (I mostly use the OVF which is troublesome especially with the WCL mounted), the AF-point selection is quirky and the exposure compensation button is too loose so the camera needs very deliberate handling. 

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Yet again, an enjoyable series.  Your hassle of handling the camera is not reflected in the images at all.   If the 35mm equivalent would be my favorite angle-of-view, I whould have gone to X100F, a handy swift camera.

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