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  • Miyata610Photo

    Nice video. That's exactly how I use my xe1 too, to focus adapted lenses. It's neat how on the xpro1 it goes from ovf to the zoomed in evf and...

  • beakhammerPhoto

    What are the focal lengths of the manual lenses you want to use? Th XPro1 OVF is designed to work with the field of view of lenses between 16mm an...

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    Im getting out of small format for a while, plus taxes need to get paid. Reasonable offers accepted, although these are priced very competitively....

  • JonMoPhoto
    Going skiing...

    JonMo - Today, 02:23 PM

    If your young one is anything like mine was at the same age; trying to get a skiing moment is akin to trying to catch a speeding meteor! I am...

  • beakhammerPhoto

    Is it possible to use the OVF for adapted lenses? Seems like it is but want to be sure before I purchase the X-Pro1 :https://www.youtube.com/watch?...

  • cugPhoto
    XT2 - Wanted list.

    cug - Today, 02:19 PM

    You're all engineers, aren't you!  Why? Because we like to make things better?

  • tdyrkaczPhoto
    Sony A6000 AF

    tdyrkacz - Today, 02:17 PM

    Okay I know this is a fuji Forum, but I'm wondering how many of you tried using the Sony a6000. I just tried it at a local best buy today. I couldn...

  • indergaardPhoto
    Need extra battery for my x100T

    indergaard - Today, 02:17 PM

    I bought two Wasabi batteries from Amazon. They work OK. The original Fujifilm battery lasts longer. But for the price they are OK. I also bou...

  • Cruzan80Photo

    You must not be watching the same video I am, then. He says he is using an M-mount lens, so there isnt a way he is back button AF. The camera stays...

  • magnesiPhoto
    Kipon tilt ring on X-Pro1 - first results

    magnesi - Today, 02:15 PM

    Hi, does anyone know if it's possible to use the tilt adapter to double as a normal nikon to fuji adapter. What I'm wondering is if it's possible t...

  • JonMoPhoto
    XT2 - Wanted list.

    JonMo - Today, 02:13 PM

    Well, I use the Fuji's because of the x-trans sensor; so keeping it is fine by me. :) As for changes; AF tracking equivalent to the 1Dx....

  • ca22Photo
    Photo backup while traveling

    ca22 - Today, 02:10 PM

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  • SnubblarenPhoto
    X100T Aperture Problem?

    Snubblaren - Today, 02:09 PM

    My x100T looks like this http://youtu.be/R9YVIiuBp0k filmed at 1000fps.

  • dtigerPhoto
    Going skiing...

    dtiger - Today, 02:08 PM

    Okay my 4 year old has told us that we need to go skiing for his birthday.  So I booked a skiing trip to Steamboat, CO.  I am getting inf...

  • beakhammerPhoto

    I use an XPro1 all the time. You guys misunderstood that Youtube video. What that fellow is doing is using back-button AF to focus while in manua...

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    Thule Covert Backpack — any experiences?

    timichango - Today, 02:02 PM

    I can't believe I actually watched the 4+ minutes with a certain amount of enthrallment (perhaps it was the trance tune). Looks like a very we...

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    FS: Fuji X-E1 + XF 60mm combo deal

    bwidjaja - Today, 01:57 PM

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  • Ken BennettPhoto

    I have used it for zone focusing with my old Canon 24/2.8 FD (SSD) lens. Set the frame lines to 24mm, set the aperture to f/8 and the focus ring to...

  • thegreenmanPhoto
    Using filters/lens hood on the X100T

    thegreenman - Today, 01:55 PM

    Thanks, I went the cheaper route and have no problems so far. Best to go with our individual experiences.

  • doetPhoto

    Earlier this year I put up 2 quotes by Elliot Erwitt, one next to my computer so I see it whenever I sit down to edit & the other by my cameras & l...

  • KeithTPhoto
    Current Future Classics ?

    KeithT - Today, 01:54 PM

    To be honest I think the award for the most profound of all classic cameras of this decade has to go to the original X100 followed very swiftly by...

  • i am DavidPhoto
    Need extra battery for my x100T

    i am David - Today, 01:50 PM

    My Wasabi batteries are superb. I highly recommend. Sent from my iPod touch using Tapatalk

  • DJL813Photo
    Need extra battery for my x100T

    DJL813 - Today, 01:46 PM

    +1 for Wasabi...you can get two batteries with their wall charger for around $25 on amazon or ebay

  • golgo13Photo
    Using filters/lens hood on the X100T

    golgo13 - Today, 01:43 PM

    I made the mistake of going the cheap route with my first purchase of the x100. I later found out that the lens mount for my new wcl-x100 was too w...

  • sheilaPhoto
    XT2 - Wanted list.

    sheila - Today, 01:43 PM

    You're all engineers, aren't you!

  • ianmarshPhoto
    X100 and extras UK

    ianmarsh - Today, 01:42 PM

    swap for anything?  Iike a gripped XP1? 

  • ExsyvPhoto
    N.Z. Scenic

    Exsyv - Today, 01:41 PM

    Kia Ora Most of NZ is spectacular. I have been privilgaged to see much of it. This area reminds me of central Otago. I have criss-crossed both the...

  • noeltykayPhoto

    I had the same problem with mine a few months back, but it was due to an impatient father who wanted to check out the new camera.  He was fryi...

  • rduMarcPhoto
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    rduMarc - Today, 01:39 PM

    I can't believe I actually watched the 4+ minutes with a certain amount of enthrallment (perhaps it was the trance tune). Looks like a very we...

  • timichangoPhoto
    Photo backup while traveling

    timichango - Today, 01:37 PM

    Actually: this looks like the ticket: http://www.ravpower.com/ravpower-rp-wd01-filehub-3000mah-power-bank.html

  • adsingerPhoto
    Photo backup while traveling

    adsinger - Today, 01:34 PM

    Yeah I just got the Inatek otg USB hub with SD reader which makes connecting the SD and thumb drive so easy. Portable hdd would be a bit more compl...

  • redsim74Photo

    I set NR=-2 for all RAW shots, use LR 5.7 for post process. Alan. My X-E2 is permanently set to NR -2 even for JPEG only use.

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Sony A6000 AF

Today, 02:17 PM

Posted by tdyrkacz in Other Cameras

Okay I know this is a fuji Forum, but I'm wondering how many of you tried using the Sony a6000. I just tried it at a local best buy today. I couldn't believe the speed of AF. It was instant. From infinity to macro there was virtually no delay. Basically I just pushed the shutter button and got the shot perfectly in focus every time. 

 

Since the Sony has a APS-C size sensor I'm just wondering how long it will be before this sort of performance can be expected from most APS-C cameras. Do you guys expect this from the next x-pro camera? Is there something inherently different about fuji cameras which would prevent them from achieving this kind of performance? AF is the biggest gripe I have with the Fuji cameras.... followed very closely by the unmentionable issues with X-trans sensors, but that's not why I started this topic. I guess I just want to see if I'm alone in wanting a much improved AF performance in future fuji bodies.

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Going skiing...

Today, 02:08 PM

Posted by dtiger in General X Camera Forum

Okay my 4 year old has told us that we need to go skiing for his birthday.  So I booked a skiing trip to Steamboat, CO.  I am getting info on what I gear I should be taking.

 

I am thinking my Fuji X-T1 and 18-135 because of the weather sealing.  Or should I leave my X-T1 at home and bring my X-E2 (not weather sealed).

 

Also what other lens would you all recommend.  I have the following lenses.

 

18-55 kit lens

10-24

23

35

56

27

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Need extra battery for my x100T

Today, 01:12 PM

Posted by odaym in Fuji X Accessories

Hi

 

I am looking for battery to my x100T, I have googled and searched the forum for information. It´s hard to know what brand to buy, specially for the x100T.

 

Please help will be appreciated if someone bought any.

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Need help with my new fuji system-switched from canon

Today, 12:53 PM

Posted by Igor Lubenski in X-T1 Forum

Hello guys how are you?

This is my post here hope you can help me.

 

I'm a wedding photographer and recently decided to switch sides and try the X-T1.

reviewed one for a day,fell in love and ordered 2 bodies + 23 mm,35 mm and 56 mm.

 

Love this camera but heres the main issue:

the skin tones and colours both in raw and jpeg just look blurred,plastic and strange.

like too much noise reduction ( even on low iso and noise reduction on 0)

also its like over sharpend by some software .

 

I'we seen alot of photographers working with this camera and didn't noticed this problem ,am i doing anything wrong?

 

i have my canon 5d 3 and 85 1.2 and of course i do understand its a different system but right now its just ridiculus and looks horrible.

or am i just imagining and thats normal ?

 i attached couple of un edited images.raw then Lightroom and then jpeg.

please help!

thanks

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Thinking about the X-Pro 1. OVF for manual lenses?

Today, 12:51 PM

Posted by sebek in X-Pro1 Forum

Is it possible to use the OVF for adapted lenses? Seems like it is but want to be sure before I purchase the X-Pro1 :https://www.youtube....h?v=nnZEam7FMyw

 

thanks

 

  101 Views · 8 Replies ( Last reply by Miyata610 )

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Photo backup while traveling

Today, 12:45 PM

Posted by ca22 in General Photography Talk
I'm sure this topic has been addressed many times on these boards. Just wanted to get opinions on the pros and cons of using USB thumb drives for backup of SD cards in the field rather than using portable ssd. Is this a reliable solution? This is for situations when traveling with only tablet, no laptop.


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Thule Covert Backpack — any experiences?

Today, 12:44 PM

Posted by timichango in Fuji X Accessories

I'm getting fed up with my goldilocks bag situation.

 

I've been using a Topo designs klettersack as my main daypack for ages, with a camera insert from a kata bag for when I need to stow my camera. Not great organizationally, however, as the topo is pretty minimal internally (I have an old version which is literally just a sack inside with no compartmentalization other than the lid).  This is getting tedious, as I find myself screwing around with reorganization multiple times per-day, as everything competes for space on its trip to the bottom of my bag.

 

I also have a Think Tank retrospective 5, and while I think it'd be a stellar bag if all I needed was a body and a few smaller lenses, it really is inadequate for packing an x-pro1 + lens, X-T1 + lens, ef-X20, batteries, etc. etc. Way too snug. And there's no joy to be had in going up the range, as none of the retro series really accommodate a 15" macbook pro, which is always with me. I wound up carrying the retro5 and my main backpack for a few days, and that was just ridiculous.

 

So: I started looking at more multimodal backpacks with organization schemes that accommodated commuting/work gear plus camera gear, and came across a few options: The Chrome Industries "Niko" (made by a courier bag company — I used to have one of their bike courier bags, and it was indestructable and really well designed), and also the Thule "Covert" Backpack.

 

I'd probably have wound up with the Niko due to my prior good experiences with Chrome stuff, but in the end opted away from it due to the fact that it's heavily biased towards a really heavy camera loadout: the main camera compartment is massive, and probably suited towards a DSLR or two with a bunch of glass, microphones, etc. And space for other non-shooting gear is compromised as a result.

 

Which led me to the Thule: http://bit.ly/1yVQoZG

 

 

Looks like a pretty sweet balance of daypack and camera bag functionality, and by all accounts it's built very well (and has a 25 yr warranty, which is a good sign). The various gear-specific entry points seem brilliant (slash across the side for slipping a laptop & tablet in behind the back-pad, bottom-left opening for camera gear w. a removable insert, top rolltop compartment for main non-tech gear loadout, and a slew of other pockets festooning the thing for other crap). I'm *very* intrigued.

 

However, as I've no prior experience with thule stuff, other than their ski carriers, I'm apprehensive to get it without getting my mitts on it first to get a feel for the thing. It looks like the panacea for all of my bag concerns, but I'd love it if anyone had some 1st-hand experience with the thing and could comment on the bag.

 

Thanks!

  56 Views · 2 Replies ( Last reply by timichango )

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N.Z. Scenic

Today, 12:29 PM

Posted by doclamb in X-E1 and X-E2 Forum

My XE-2 made me drive up the Ahuriri Valley in New Zealand yesterday.Attached File  _DSC3623.jpg   134.41KB   0 downloads

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Long exposure

Today, 11:45 AM

Posted by LEDES in B&W

Fujifilm X-T1+14mm 2.8

Haida 10 stops+ Haida 3 stops

15751661174_bd2b263ed2_b.jpgDSCF2668-Edit by Pablo L.P, on Flickr

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Black and White Or Color. Long exposure

Today, 11:44 AM

Posted by LEDES in Landscape

Not sure Which one I like most :S

Fujifilm X-T1 and 14mm 2.8
Haida 10 stops+ Haida 3 stops

16374095725_8c753b5b53_b.jpgDSCF2677 by Pablo L.P, on Flickr

 

16187875639_67a617d81b_b.jpgDSCF2677-Edit by Pablo L.P, on Flickr

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Grrr! My shutter speed dial and metering switch are broken!

Today, 11:37 AM

Posted by noeltykay in X-T1 Forum

I can still use the camera but when I change the shutter speed the meter switch moves and when I change the metering the shutter speed dial moves too.  I need to send it in for service but I have a bunch of upcoming shoots and need to wait :(

 

Has anyone else experienced a similar issue with their X-T1?

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WCL-X100 Conversion Lens Question

Today, 10:50 AM

Posted by jeffmeyers in X100, X100S and X100T Forum

If you have this lens, can you answer this question.  Is there any degradation of the image quality using this?  Any falloff in sharpness, contrast, etc.  Anything noticeable at all?  The 23mm lens is so good.  Adding extra glass has to cause some problems, right?  Thanks.

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Checker Girl

Today, 10:41 AM

Posted by Harlem in B&W

Airport Prague. I've just arrived and that girl was waiting for somebody else. I couldn't resist to ask her for for a quick portrait. Kindness rules!

 

 

DSC16846.jpg

 

 

 

 

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Harbin in northeastern China

Today, 10:07 AM

Posted by oeyvind in Travel

Was in Harbin during the first week of the new year for its famous ice and snow festival.

 

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Some photos to share: https://flic.kr/s/aHsk7iqjgK

 

Glad to say that Fuji X gear works well at temperature of -24º C ^^

  58 Views · 1 Replies ( Last reply by Dobson )

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AE-Lock and Exposure Compensation Dial

Today, 09:11 AM

Posted by mcjtom in X-E1 and X-E2 Forum

I just want to make sure that I understand: X-E2, in either P, A, S modes, when AE-Lock is pressed, disables Exposure Compensation dial?  In A mode, the aperture dial works more or less as a proper programme shift, but I can't figure out a way of conveniently locking the exposure and then biasing this locked exposure.  Is there one?

 

Cheers!

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Art

Today, 08:25 AM

Posted by db_ in Street-City-Architecture

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My Samyang 8mm Examples

Today, 06:45 AM

Posted by xaitian in 8mm Fisheye (Samyang/Rokinon)

Some with an X-E1, some with an X-T1

 

15749635554_908611d39f_b.jpg_XT15122 by Photos By 夏天, on Flickr

 

16183531899_a399cb3031_b.jpg_XT15088 by Photos By 夏天, on Flickr

 

8752910992_5c17a33839_b.jpgfuji-X-E1-131 by Photos By 夏天, on Flickr

 

 

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What is your favorite website/blog relating to the X100/S/T camera?

Today, 05:59 AM

Posted by zicitron in X100, X100S and X100T Forum

Hi all,

 

What is your favorite website or blog site that talks about the Fuji X100 series cameras (excluding review sites and forums!) ?

 

Or may be any particular X-100 photographer that you follow regularly?

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Current Future Classics ?

Today, 04:19 AM

Posted by joshinthecity in Other Cameras

Let's say you wanted to start collecting. With what's available right now.. 

 

 Fuji X100 T 

 Ricoh GR V

 Sony RX1R

 

This is what I'm thinking...

 

What am I missing in your opinion?

 

Don't roast me for the obvious omissions .. I've only been thinking about this for 5 minutes..

 

josh.

 

 

 

  350 Views · 27 Replies ( Last reply by KeithT )

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Australian Road signs

Today, 03:37 AM

Posted by Richard_R in General

Somebody has a sense of humour

 

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  92 Views · 2 Replies ( Last reply by JonMo )


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