I recently hurt my heal and needed a (temporary) cane without going to the store. I ended up getting an inexpensive cane (which worked much better), but here is what I learned. For the temporary cane, I used my Velbon Ultrastick r50, took out the tripod screw (so it wouldn’t dig into my palm)… Strapped … More Velbon Ultrastick as a temporary cane
I like the look of my silver X100T, but it has suffered its first silver paint damage. I store the camera in a long lens bag inside my computer bag with the left edge resting on top of a fabric battery case. Unfortunately, the silver paint was not durable enough against the fabric. A tiny bit … More Using a Silver Sharpie to Repair a Silver X100T
The spot where you attach the “strap clips” or keychain split rings to a Fuji camera body — Fuji calls them strap eyelets. I call them attachment points. You say tomato. I say tomato.* I recently noticed that some users thread their Peak Design Anchors through just the attachment points. I wondered how they did this as the … More Enlarging the Fujifilm Strap Eyelets
I, personally, like a little protection for the contacts when I carry camera batteries in my pocket. Lithium Ion is notorious for catching fire when the contacts short out, so call me funny but I don’t want that happening in my pocket. Unfortunately, there are no fitted plastic cases made specifically for most camera batteries any more. Just … More Fujifilm X100T Battery Case Options
I recently purchased a Fujifilm X100T. It works great as-is two-handed, but doesn’t feel great yet to me. When I am carrying it around in my right hand, I either: have to dangle the camera via a wrist strap (and that’s a no for me) have to pinch constantly to keep it secure (and my fingers get … More Fujifilm X100T Thumb Rest or Hand Grip?
For those of you with multiple SD cards, but cameras that only take CF cards, you might be interested to know that they make a SD to CF adapter. Mine is by Semco and I bought it from Amazon years ago. I see variations online including one by DigiGear on both Amazon and B&H. Mine is SDHC … More SD Card Adapter for Compact Flash
To expand my options in my closeup photography, I decided to get some extension tubes (adapters with no optics that go between your lens and camera body and reduce the minimum (and maximum) focus distance). I opted for extension tubes over a macro reverse adapter (a simple adapter that mounts your lens in reverse), because: I did … More Generic Fuji Extension Tubes