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Old 10-27-2015   #1
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How I wish there was a feature in the X100T for a 50mm frameline and crop, which doesn't require a bulbous lens adapter on the front. Or, I wish they would produce a tele (50mm) adapter lens that isn't so huge, I can settle for a drop in speed, 2.8 is fine if it cuts the size down.

I hoped there was a 'hack' for this, shooting with the TELE mode ON, without the lens adapter. It still produces a full 35mm FOV image in RAW, but adds horrible distortion correction to the JPG's & the RAW's, and doesn't crop. So that idea is out.

I have always been a 50mm shooter. And I wish like anything they'd produce a 50mm X100.

Anyway, not sure where I'm going with this, but just wanted to express my frustration.
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Old 10-28-2015   #2
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Fuji often adds new features in firmware updates, and now they're competing with the Leica Q...write to them and request this!

I like the tele adapter but agree it's very large.
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