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  • bacilPhoto
    Farmers Market Pictures

    bacil - Today, 06:21 PM

    Look very nice. I love B&W portrait.

  • FrankiePhoto

    Fuji and many others could make the chip as big as economically viable. The largest monolithic chip I know [in use in a Zeiss or Z(I DMC-II 23...

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    While I'm Waiting

    douglasf13 - Today, 06:19 PM

    Delivery of my X100T is best part of two months away. To fill the void between now and then my mind started wandering toward thoughts of 'accessori...

  • FrankiePhoto

    Turning the sensor on/off is a shutter. All you have to do is to leave shutter open at "B" Timing had to be via the quartz "clock" alread...

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    Fujifilm X100 size vs. Leica X (Old & New)

    douglasf13 - Today, 06:13 PM

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  • FrankiePhoto
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    Frankie - Today, 06:05 PM

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  • FrankiePhoto
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    Frankie - Today, 06:00 PM

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  • Rodney9Photo
    In Flight

    Rodney9 - Today, 05:59 PM

    Fantastic capture

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    Hello from Toronto, Canada

    Rodney9 - Today, 05:58 PM

    Welcome from Down Under

  • Greg FPhoto
    Gerbera Daisy

    Greg F - Today, 05:42 PM

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  • Miyata610Photo
    27mm Firmware Issues

    Miyata610 - Today, 05:39 PM

    Digidirect in Melbourne are my favourite fuji dealer. They also have a shop in king st sydney and another at bondi junction. Which dealer did yo...

  • zenPhoto
    SD Card or Camera Issue?

    zen - Today, 05:32 PM

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  • bigmanboulderPhoto
    27mm Firmware Issues

    bigmanboulder - Today, 05:29 PM

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  • JorgenXPhoto
    X10 vs. X20

    JorgenX - Today, 05:28 PM

    I'm considering buying my 13 year old son a simple camera for his birthday.  He seems to like to use my X-E1 with the 18-55mm, and I tend to p...

  • stephenskokPhoto
    Flash grayed out in Shooting Menu

    stephenskok - Today, 05:15 PM

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  • davidmodPhoto
    Hello from Toronto, Canada

    davidmod - Today, 04:54 PM

    I am now using super Takumar Pentax lenses with an adapter on my new X2E with exceptional results. 50mm, 35mm and a 150mm. These are great lenses.

  • robertPhoto
    In Flight

    robert - Today, 04:49 PM

    Vic, you should have known BIF photos are just not possible with Fuji X cameras.     :goodjob:

  • PerrycasPhoto
    Lens shade for the 60mm

    Perrycas - Today, 04:46 PM

    That hood should work fine. I have a 3rd party vented hood that use on the 28, 50 and 90 (with, as i mentioned above, an adapter.) works fine. Ditt...

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  • Tim ArrudaPhoto
    Farmers Market Pictures

    Tim Arruda - Today, 04:40 PM

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  • FlugelbinderPhoto
    While I'm Waiting

    Flugelbinder - Today, 04:37 PM

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  • FlugelbinderPhoto
    How good is JPEG

    Flugelbinder - Today, 04:30 PM

    ...in the future, I decide I want some of the info in the shadows and it's not there I'll think its all Flugelbinder's fault!! :D They will be...

  • montymoPhoto
    Farmers Market Pictures

    montymo - Today, 04:23 PM

    ThanksYes, I shot in color and covert in Nik  And yes, it is a rainbow of color at the market, but I love black and white.  :)Monty ...

  • agpPhoto
    X Series Still Life

    agp - Today, 04:17 PM

  • (c)owPhoto
    Infrared+Pano=Infrared Pano

    (c)ow - Today, 04:17 PM

    Shot with my modified X-E1 and Samyang 8mm fish eye lens. Visit my blog to see the cubic panos. Thanks for looking! Oli  

  • SmileandNodPhoto
    Buy/Sell Feedback

    SmileandNod - Today, 04:09 PM

    Positive feedback for The perfect buyer. Everything spot on. 

  • brucegillPhoto
    Introduction: Kevin Mullins

    brucegill - Today, 04:06 PM

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Gerbera Daisy

Today, 05:42 PM

Posted by Greg F in Fuji X Photos

Loving the 56/1.2! One in Color and one in b&w.....


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X10 vs. X20

Today, 05:28 PM

Posted by JorgenX in X10, X20 and X30 Discussion

I'm considering buying my 13 year old son a simple camera for his birthday.  He seems to like to use my X-E1 with the 18-55mm, and I tend to put it on program mode for him.  I've been thinking about getting a nice point-and-shoot camera, such as a X10 or X20 for him.  He's just starting to learn about photography, so he would be shooting jpg rather than RAW files.


I understand from one source that the X20 has slightly better IQ than the X10.  However, another source indicated that the image quality of jpgs from the X10 is better than the X20 (while the X20 has the better RAW files).  I haven't used either camera much, so I am asking for some advice from those who are familiar with these cameras.


Which has the better image quality in jpg, X10 or X20?


Are there distinct advantages to the metering in program mode (or EXR mode in the case of X10) on either camera?


Thanks in advance.


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Infrared+Pano=Infrared Pano

Today, 04:17 PM

Posted by (c)ow in Fuji X Photos

Shot with my modified X-E1 and Samyang 8mm fish eye lens. Visit my blog to see the cubic panos. Thanks for looking!







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Moist hummers

Today, 03:51 PM

Posted by Tucsonphotographer in X-E1 and X-E2 Discussion

They really fluff up when it rains, and that doesn't happen very often in the desert Southwest.

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XT1 Does Pot Roast

Today, 03:22 PM

Posted by Greg F in Fuji X Photos

Made a pot roast for dinner and decided to see how well the X-T1 handles what I would normally shoot with my Canon rig. It's definitely much lighter on my boom, and the remote app works perfectly well, providing a live view of the scene. Still, I would love to be able to tether the camera to my laptop via Lightroom.


Anyway, this is all natural diffused light with a couple of reflectors to direct it to where I wanted it.


Thanks for having a peek!

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Panos from Greece

Today, 03:16 PM

Posted by (c)ow in Fuji X Photos

I spent a week in Greece on the island of Lefkas. Shot these panos. Check out my blog to experience them virtual.








Thanks for looking.



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In Flight

Today, 03:02 PM

Posted by pvs in Fuji X Photos

Canada Geese


Fujifilm X-T1

Fujinon 55-200 Lens

ISO 200


1/950-1500 sec

Continuous Focus

Prefocus Off


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XT-1 - back button focus

Today, 02:25 PM

Posted by sharkman53 in X-T1 Discussion

I am trying to determine if you can set a custom function for back button focusing, as well as ISO bracketing.  I am close to purchasing the XT-1 and those functions are important to my shooting style.  Also, with EV bracketing can you go beyond +1/-1 in stops?

Thanks for the help.

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Farmers Market Pictures

Today, 02:21 PM

Posted by montymo in Fuji X Photos

I had fun at the Famers Market last Saturday. I was using my 56mm and 27mm on my X-T1

Thanks for looking













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Not Quite Urbex

Today, 01:17 PM

Posted by jamie allan in Fuji X Photos

As part of our Open Doors weekend I took a tour of Govanhill Baths. It's 100 years old and was facing demolition by the local authority but has now become a trust. It was built in the days when Glasgow houses had no indoor toilets, baths or clothes washing facilities and so was the centre of the community. The trust are awaiting funding to bring the building back to life.


Male Baths Area





Female Swimming Changing Area




Male Pool





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Trip to Cologne and Photokina

Today, 12:56 PM

Posted by jetstacker in Fuji X Photos

Thought I'd post some pictures I toke in Cologne last week while visiting Photokina 2014. My main goal was to play with some of the fujifilm cameras (and og course a lot of the other brands too :) ), and then buy a new camera after the trip. I had a Fujifilm X-M1 which I thought was great and gave great pictures, but i missed the viewfinder. I was also thinking that weather sealing would be good. A few days before the trip I found a X-E2 used at a good price, and I just couldn't resist ( even though I was dreaming of the X-T1). Got the camera and used with my 27 mm lens in Germany and loved it. I thought is was great to shoot with and my trip kind of got a different focus. I didn't really try out to many of the cameras at Photokina. There were so many people, and I was wasn't as eager since I had a great camera. Even the X-T1 didn't win me over, as I think X-E2 is much better for my kind of shooting. I'm very amateur, but learning. Attached File  DSCF0285 (Copy).jpg   304.87KB   2 downloads I did of course play with a few of the cameras at the show :) So I had a great trip where I got to test out and learn the X-E2, and even got really comfortable with shooting all manual ( usually a aperture mode guy with auto iso). So maybe finally my GAS will not be as prominent as it has been.


Sorry for the long post, just wanted to share my enthusiasm for the Fujifilm X-E2, and hopefully I have shifted my interest more to learning to take better pictures and not just drool over gear :)

( I did buy a 18-55 lens when I came back, because of a good deal on the used market again. But that is much to do with noticing a few limitations with just one prime lens. Hopefully the 18-55 will teach me more.)






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The MURDER of Klinghoffer

Today, 12:36 PM

Posted by gene lowinger in Fuji X Photos

I was in full photojournalist mode yesterday at a rally at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City.

Great photo ops. I wrote a blog post about it.


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CaptureOne Pro 8 Install Problem

Today, 10:39 AM

Posted by Comanche in Fuji X Post Processing

I get the following message when trying to install.  I already have Pro 7.





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Hello from Toronto, Canada

Today, 08:38 AM

Posted by filmamigo in Members - Introductions

Greetings folks,


After having followed Fuji closely for a number a years, I finally took the plunge with an X-E1.


The X-E1 seems to be exactly the camera I imagined was possible at the beginning of the digital photography revolution. I love the highly evolved form which looks retro - only because other manufacturers abandoned shutter speed dials and aperture rings to save a few pennies.


I look forward to shooting my X-E1 with an existing stable of lenses - mostly Pentax screwmount and K-mount.



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New X-T1: Something loose in EVF (?)

Today, 08:03 AM

Posted by feyzi in X-T1 Discussion



I've just received my new X-T1 and when I shake it backwards and forwards, there appears to be something loose inside the EVF. 


Does this sound normal?


Many thanks

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Sensor staying on after camera turned off?

Today, 07:31 AM

Posted by submarinedog in X-T1 Discussion

Hi guys,


One thing I've noticed is that after turning off my X-T1, the sensor light near the eye piece appears to stay on (red). However, if I pull out the battery from the camera the light turns off. It may be hard to see during daylight, so lowlight would be best.


Is this behaviour normal/happening for others?


Currently on firmware 1.1.





EDIT: It seems to happen when 'High performance mode' is turned on in the settings, when I set it to off the light will turn off when the camera is switched off.


Do you think this will affect battery life in some way as it is giving power to the sensor? I would have thought if you turn the device off, then all components in the device should turn off as well as you wouldn't be able to use the camera anyway while it's turned off..?


Apologies if this is a stupid question! Still getting to grips with the Fuji.

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