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Fujifilm TX-1
Old 03-01-2017   #1
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Fujifilm TX-1

Is anyone shooting with this camera?
I'd love to see some examples. I'm a bit intimidated by the pano format.

Fujifilm TX-1 by jackcb, on Flickr
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I recently sold my X-Pan II (TX-2). Lovely camera, the lens build quality puts Leica to shame, and just as easy to use. The only drawback is the slow-ish lens apertures.
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I shoot with the TX-1 and TX-2
There are lots of examples here:

http://rangefinderforum.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=90979
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I used to have an xpan, but I broke it and then replaced it with Tx1.
Take a look here (this includes 6x9 as well as the full panoramic mode shots).

https://www.flickr.com/search/?user_...ll=1&text=xpan
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Why on earth would you be "intimidated" by a format..?

These cameras, and the XPan clones, are simply superb. Build quality, lens quality...sharpest glass I've ever used. When you hit bang-on with the exposure, you can convey light and details like few other tools.
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