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My X-T1 and Street Photography

Today, 11:29 AM

Posted by pvs in X-T1 Discussion

I just added a new post on my blog about my choice of lens for my X-T1 and the street. 

 

Here is the link if you are interested- http://vicsfujixblog...phy-which-lens/

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XE-1 v XE-2 v X Pro-1

Today, 10:30 AM

Posted by justa1972 in X-E1 and X-E2 Discussion

Hello all

 

I am looking at buying one of the above cameras but would like some advice please !

 

Budget is important so if i went for the XE-2 or X-Pro I would have to go second hand - I would also have to go for a 16-50 rather than the 18-55....

 

I love photography but I wouldn't say I was serious, I like shooting landscapes and architecture - well lovely villages in towns across Italy and France when on holiday and towns and cities across the UK. I like doing walks and also take my camera with me then.

 

SO which camera would be best for me ? The price of the X-E1 is so tempting - about £220 second hand from a shop or £290 brand new...

 

The XE-2 is about £500 secondhand and the X Pro 1 is around £400 so with those I would have to go for an XC 16-50 as my budget is about £600 - with the X-E1 I could stretch to the 18-55...

 

My last camera was a Sony NEX which took good images although the 16-50 kit lens was pretty terrible - very soft around the edges and I didn't enjoy using it much - felt like a computer rather than a camera - saying that the handling was very good.

 

Had a brief relationship with an OMD EM10 but couldn't get on with the handling of it at all and it didn't stop me lusting after a Fuji.....

 

SO all advice gratefully received - which one would I be best getting ?

 

thanks

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Boracay Beach with the X100s

Today, 10:25 AM

Posted by xwelx in Fuji X Photos

Just want to share some snaps i took at Boracay Beach when i went for a vacation in the Philippines.

 

All shots with the X100S.. edited with Afterlight for iPad. Love this little gem!

 

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Battery Park and Brooklyn Bridge - 56mm

Today, 09:56 AM

Posted by Activatedfx in Fuji X Photos

My son took off on a cruise to Bermuda with his girlfriend last weekend, so I decided to trek over to Battery Park in lower Manhattan and watch the ship make its way down the Hudson River.

 

Aside from about 100 pics of the ship, I also managed a few nice shots in Battery Park, and while walking back home over the Brooklyn Bridge. The 60mm Macro has been my "desert Island" lens for a long time, but I have to say, the 56 always brings a big smile to my face. It would be a tough choice! I just adore that shallow DOF, "3D" look it brings to photos. Very "full frame", filmic look and feel. If only it focused down to @15 inches...

 

While I planned to shoot and process in color, somehow NYC always looks better in B&W. All shot with X-E2. Processed in LR 5.5 using some B&W presets I found a long time ago (google "Moriyama"), and tweaked a bit to taste.

 
"FERRY DOCK VENTS" - 56mm @f/1.2
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"JERSEY CITY" - 56mm @f/1.2
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"FREEDOM TOWER SPIRE" - 55-200 @200mm f/4.8
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"PADDLE SURFERS" - 55-200 @200mm f/4.8
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"BREAKAWAY" - 55-200 @200mm f/5.6
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"AMERICA II" - 56mm @f/1.2
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"GROUND ZERO REFLECTING POOL" - 56mm @f/1.2
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"MANHATTAN BRIDGE" - 56mm @f/1.2
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"AMERICAN MADE" - 56mm @f/1.2
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"BKLYN BRIDGE SCAFFOLDING" - 56mm @f/1.2
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Definition of Torture: Waiting for the X-E2 to be delivered.

Today, 09:50 AM

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

I had an X-T1 but could never get used to the nose-smash so I traded for an X-E2 and now I'm waiting until Friday when it will be delivered...it's sheer torture!

 

While I'm waiting (no camera) I'm watching videos and thinking about it and the X100S (waiting for Photokina also)...so I found this pic of my old X-E2 with the 27mm pancake and it made me feel just a LITTLE bit better...

 

C'mon Friday!

 

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Advice Needed : Best adapter for Minolta MC Rokkor 58mm F1.2 to XE1

Today, 09:44 AM

Posted by thomascwl in Adapted Lens Discussion

Greetings to all. I just purchased a Rokkor 58mm f1.2 lens . Seek your kind advice on the best fit adapter in the market now with accurate focus at infinite, No free play on either mounting.

The various brands and prices confuses me big time. 

 

Cheers.

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Berlin - street

Today, 09:42 AM

Posted by macroenie in Fuji X Photos

Some shots from Berlin when I visited this beautiful city with my daughter for our yearly "father-daughter day", this time around it were a few days as she's moving to high-school after the summer.

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Help Me Buy the Correct Adapter for Vivitar 70-150mm 3.8 close focusing lens

Today, 09:36 AM

Posted by marysky in Adapted Lens Discussion
My plan is to purchase the X-T1. I have an old vivitar 70-150mm 3.8 as well as an old pentax lens that I would love to use.

I'm not understanding thr abriviation M4 (micro 4ths?). When I look at the mount on this lens, it looks like my previous EF canon lens in that there are no threads but just a twist and lock it in place. I've been ready other threads and I'm really not sure what I need.

If someone can help explain it and/or point me to a beginners thread or website, I'm happy to try to read more on my own.

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X100s remote release: is there a wired or wireless version yet?

Today, 08:52 AM

Posted by Markoe in X100 and X100S Discussion

I've yet to find a wired or wireless shutter release for the X100S. Anyone else having any luck with this?

 

Fuji USA does not offer any device and I've yet to find any evidence of a third party device that will work effectively.

 

Any information you can provide would be very much appreciated.

 

Cordially,

Markoe

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Fujifilm Flash EF-42

Today, 08:28 AM

Posted by brygil in Fuji X Flash Photography

Apologies in advance if this information is readily available elsewhere. I've been hunting around the net for tech specs on fujifilm's EF-42 and can't seem to find what I am looking for.

 

Does anyone know the flash duration (t.1 time) for the EF-42? I want to use it with my X100S, which due to its leaf shutter, can theoretically synch up to its maximum shutter speed of 1/4000. The upper limit to flash sync speed should be the burn time of the flash... but I can't seem to find t.1 times for the EF-42.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Where are the 56mm lens?

Today, 06:45 AM

Posted by Comanche in Fuji X-Mount Lens Discussion

I have searched everywhere for the 56mm lens, everyone is back ordered.  My camera store says that they come in 1-2 at a time with no time table.  Are they that hot or does Fuji not make enough? I have to get on the list to get one. Bummer!

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Red dot on almost all photos (with different lenses)

Today, 06:34 AM

Posted by dergit in X-T1 Discussion

Hi,

 

I've had my X-T1 for about three weeks now and a former Canon user, I'm VERY happy with the ergonomics, usability and, of course, image quality.

 

Straight away, I took it with me on a rather exhaustive 10-day hiking trip through Norway. I'm finally getting around to importing and editing the pictures (oh Velvia, how I miss thee when converting RAF in Aperture) and I'm noticing an irritating red dot in the bottom right corner of almost all images. See some 100% crops:

 

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Now, most of the time this is not a problem but in some darker landscape shots it really annoys me, it's visible even at 1024px...

 

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It occurs with all lenses I own (10-24, 35 and 56), so it's not a speck on the lens or something. But it looks somewhat different each time, depending on aperture, focal length, exposure etc... so it's not a digital error either. What is it and how do I get rid of it? I can't stamp it out of every picture I take!

 

Thanks for all your posts!

 

Markus

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I was just about to post this in the X-T1 "porn" thread when I realized she was holding the X-E1

Today, 02:44 AM

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

I TOOK the shot with the X-T1 LOL, anyhow the thread over in the X-T1 section inspired me to make this image during the shoot a couple nights ago, I was like oh wait just one more thing... this was after 4 hours of shooting at 11:00 PM- Jen is a total trooper.  Shot is at F1.2 so camera is OOF and I was experimenting with my super light one-nikon speed light-in-the-umbrella-super-portable-setup-thing- and I am aware of how indulgent it is to "experiment" on a shoot like this but it is a rough life :)

 

July 23

 

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Time Lapse Photography

Yesterday, 11:20 PM

Posted by MorrieC in X-T1 Discussion

What program are you using to publish your time lapse photos?   I'm looking for suggestion for a program that is reasonably easy to use and is free or affordably priced.

 

Thanks for looking

Morrie

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Is dynamic range settings useless?

Yesterday, 11:18 PM

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

I think the "dynamic range" % settings mean:  the more contrast, the higher the dynamic range should be set.

So, for outdoor, contrasty, sunny, dark shadows and bright highlights situations the DR should be set to 400%. I shoot aperture priority auto exposures.

 

Believing the above, I test-shot several similar images with different Dynamic Range settings. There was no difference in the images.

 

Is my X-E2 buggered in some way OR am I doing something wrong? Should different dynamic range settings produce different density/contrast images?

 

Thanks.

 

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Vivitar 70-205 and Yashinon-DX 135

Yesterday, 10:47 PM

Posted by Camtography in Adapted Lens Discussion

Last week I went to a thrift store and came across some vintage camera lenses.  I ended up choosing the Vivitar 70-205 f3.8 (close focus) and the Yashinon 135mm f2.8 lens.  Both were screw mounts and luckly my M42 adapter worked for both :)

 

First up is the Vivitar 70-205 lens.  Although my eyes are no longer as good as they were before I decided to take this lens because I love shooting images on the telephoto side.  What really surprised me was the close focusing ability, normally this lens can focus as close as 2 meters, but with close focusing engaged it can do pseudo macro .7 meters which I think is amazing!

 

This is an unedited, straight from the camera image with and without close focusing.

14719880794_851c378f72_c.jpgVivitar Close focusing example by Camtography, on Flickr

 

This past Sunday I took my X-E1 and 70-205 into a movie theater for church service.  It was extremely dark and the only strong light source was coming from two Ikea lamps.  The camera was set to ISO 6400 and 60-160 shutter speed at times at F3.8.  Here are the results.

 

14706437715_0521fdb0c9_c.jpgSunday July 20-3 by Camtography, on Flickr

14726301153_7bc26fc7d2_c.jpgSunday July 20-4 by Camtography, on Flickr

14703259751_e304fc7973_c.jpgSunday July 20-10 by Camtography, on Flickr

 

For me it was hard to nail critical focus on the images because they are moving and EVF on the X-E1/X-Pro1 sucks in the dark because of lag.  I was shooting jpeg + raw but only edited the raw images you see above.  Also, this lens is fairly long , its as big as the Canon 70-200 F4 but it's very manageable to hand hold for long periods of time.

 

Next up is the Yashino 135mm F2.8.  I purchased this because ever since using the Canon 135L I simply fell in love with that focal length.  The MFD for this lens is 1.5meters which is no fun when shooting people but only time will tell if I return or keep it.  It also comes with a built in lens shade.  This lens is really bad when shooting with the sun 90 degrees to your side.  But for 10$ I won't complain...much.

 

I finally took this camera out for a test today and here are some unedited jpeg results.

 

14720126934_b06a1ef43d_c.jpgYashinon-DX 135 by Camtography, on Flickr

14535858988_d5046d83bc_c.jpgYashinon-DX 135 by Camtography, on Flickr

14722216172_45bfe456e6_c.jpgYashinon-DX 135 by Camtography, on Flickr

14536067267_81d082d53c_c.jpgYashinon-DX 135 by Camtography, on Flickr

 

And some raw edited photos.

14536019889_41cc044827_c.jpgYashinon-DX 135mm-61 by Camtography, on Flickr

14719483111_37266749a1_c.jpgYashinon-DX 135mm-71 by Camtography, on Flickr

 

What I'm still waiting for as I mentioned before is Fuji's 50-140 F2.8 lens as well as a Fuji camera that has a better EVF refresh rate, along with more megapixels to play with.  As well as a colored focus peaking system (like the X-T1 or Sony A7).  I'm skipping the X-T1 in favor of a new X-Pro body also.  But yeah, overall using retro lenses is really fun and dirt cheap.

 

Also, one last thing for anyone doing a photowalk, try out the custom white balance feature

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