Oddly down today.
It was a slightly different working day, as a couple of hours of it was taken up by my boss and me being taken to lunch by a supplier. This doesn’t happen often, and unlike some such things included and actually productive discussion as well as some rather nice food (the duck breast being particularly tasty).
But on a less light note, I’m afraid the time has come to say goodbye. No, no, calm down, I’m not going anywhere, but three of my friends are:
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Yes, that’s my sadly neglected X100S and X100T being prepared to be sent away to be converted into money. But wait! What’s that?!?! Surely Les can’t be selling his lovely X-T1?? Well, yes, he can. This is of course, part of a Cunning Plan which will involve something else for my lovely Fuji lenses to connect to, but that’s still to come.
But, but, I hear you cry, how will Les cope without his trusty X-T1 for days, or (depending on deliveries) even weeks?!? Well, I think I’ll manage. It’s not like I don’t have a decent camera that fits nicely into a pocket, after all. No, not the iPhone, the dinky little X70!
It’s the X70 that made me decide that I didn’t need to keep the X100T, and as the X100S has just been sitting on the shelf, it made sense for that to go at the same time. And as the X-T1 has to go, its vertical battery grip is off as well.
All of this won’t quite cover the cost of the Exciting New Toy, but does make it affordable now rather than later. And I’ve adopted a ruthless approach to cameras – don’t keep the kit you don’t use, especially if someone will buy it off you!