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  1. Steve Shreve
    June 18, 2021 @ 10:26 pm

    What a journey. Thanks for sharing your story and fantastic photos. Cheers!

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    • Miklos
      July 5, 2021 @ 11:29 am

      Thank you for looking and the kind words!

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  2. Ken
    June 19, 2021 @ 6:33 pm

    Thank you, I really enjoyed this honest and passionate piece. What really gives it resonance is your work is also special. I will have to look into whether you have published your work.

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    • Miklos
      July 5, 2021 @ 11:30 am

      Thanks Ken! Appreciate your encouragement.

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  3. Boleslav
    July 5, 2021 @ 11:10 am

    Hi Miklos.
    I am considering the Nikon-Fuji transition, I have Nikkor D and AiS lenses (24,105,200,80-200 Ai-S) and I would like to use them for the Fuji system.
    What to use reduction. What are the limitations of using reduction

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    • Miklos
      July 5, 2021 @ 11:37 am

      Hi Boleslav, honestly, I tried to use old full-frame lenses on Fuji cameras, but always came to the conclusion that on Fuji X the Fujinons are the best. With that said, since my work was originally published in the magazine back in December of last year, I switched systems. It is that I want to focus more on film photography and had to figure out what is the best option to have a set of lenses that are all compatible with film cameras and also I can use them on a digital body. Therefore, I do not have any more Fuji glass. If I had old Nikkors, I would stick to Nikon mirrorless to adopt those lenses. But that is only my preference, it does not mean that it is the only good way to go.
      Miklos

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