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Any way of setting EVF Only+ Sensor and manually switching the rear LCD on/off?

Today, 09:48 PM

Posted by IainW in X-T1 Discussion

As the title suggests:

 

I would like to use EVF Only+Sensor as my primary mode...BUT be able to quickly switch the rear LCD on or off if I need to use it, without having to switch the ViewMode.

 

Sounds easy, but I couldn't work it out!

 

 

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Unblocked, Finally!

Today, 09:32 PM

Posted by gene lowinger in Fuji X Photos

I took a walk in midtown yesterday. Feels good to be back to my old self!

More photos on my blog here.

 

 

  53 Views · 1 Replies ( Last reply by miggggg )

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Dicapac underwater housing and X-E1

Today, 09:08 PM

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

Hi, I bought an WP-S3 DiCaPac and tried to put my 50-230 lens in, and the lens is too wide to fit in. My 18-55mm is being repaired ATM, so I can't try it for size yet. 

Could anyone tell me if the 18-55mm fits in width wise? 

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Horizontal Streaks RAF Import (XT1) into ALR5.6/MAC OS10.7

Today, 07:50 PM

Posted by CaryGreen in X-T1 Discussion

Hello,.

 

I just received my new X-T1 and imported the first raw images into Adobe Lightroom v5.6.  Some of the imported images contained horizontal streaks.  I have included a sample picture here.  The lines vary in number and location from picture to picture.

 

The lines do not appear when viewing the image in the camera (which I assume is JPG?), nor do they appear on the JPG files themselves.  It is only after importing into LR that the artificats appear on the RAF images,

 

I tried to search for others experiencing the same thing but could not get a definitive answer.

 

I am hopeful someone here can shed some light on this.  Thanks in advance!

 

Cary

 

 

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Just to say hallo!

Today, 05:11 PM

Posted by Pherrillo in General Photography Talk

I don't know if is the right place...

...anyway i'm Angelo from Milano.

 

I'm photographer and teacher. Usually use Fujifilm X-T1 mainly with 18mm F2.0 (for street photography) and 23mm F1.4 (for reportage).

If you want see my last work check the link:

 

Reportage from Sicily called Sant'Anna:

http://www.angelofer...o.com/santanna/

 

Portraits from student of my school:

http://www.angelofer...design-in-town/

 

I'm so happy to stay here with you  :)

 

Cheeeeersssssssss

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Focus issues 56mm f1.2

Today, 03:43 PM

Posted by jk32 in Troubleshooting

Hey all, hoping to get some help with this, thanks in advance. I do a lot of street shooting and for the most part I've got my 18-55 on my XT-1. I put the 56 on my XT-1 and started shooting on the street in AF. The lens would lock in on a subject, with plenty of light, plenty of subject contrast, not difficult shots at all. After it locked in, it would refocus and lock in out of focus. I had it in face detection and then went to area focus, changing the size of the focal box. I was operating in continuous focus, single shot, and it happened almost everytime. Very frustrating. I'm new to the XT-1 and the 56mm, and I've been doing photography seriously for only a couple of years with Nikons. Never dealt with something like this before. Any help is greatly appreciated!

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from the last bastion of the Confederacy

Today, 02:12 PM

Posted by john dozier in Members - Introductions

Dr. John Dozier checking in. Waiting on X-E1. Previously digital, all Canon. Currently all film with Leicaflex, Leica R8 and 50,60, and 180mm lenses. Retired Public Radio GM, college prof, and recording engineer. Also former sports car racer. We shall see how my hysterical return to digital turns out.

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TCL X100 - Fail?

Today, 02:03 PM

Posted by misternikko in X100 and X100S Discussion

Is it just me or did the buzz about this teleconverter drop off very sharply all of a sudden?

 

I feel like before its release it was all most were talking about.

 

Then the release was delayed....even now they are spotty to find...and then, well, no one really cared about it anymore.

 

What gives? Just curious.

 

Thanks for any insight!

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Full Review of the New 18-135 Weather Sealed Lens

Today, 01:30 PM

Posted by Dan Bailey in Fuji X-Mount Lens Discussion

When I wrote my initial review of the new XF18-135 weather sealed lens last month, I was using a prototype version of the lens. I commented on the overall build and usability of the lens, but couldn't make an accurate assessment of how well the lens performed since I knew that Fuji was still tweaking the hardware and firmware before final release.

 

Now that I have a production version of the 18-135, I'm able to gauge the details of how well this lens performs, and I have to say, I'm really impressed. Since I'm usually a fixed lens guy, I didn't want to like this lens, but I'm blown away at how sharp it is at all focal lengths and apertures, even at the edges. Also, the near silent AF vastly outperforms the 55-200 and it's even faster than the supremely awesome 56 f/1.2. Focus tracking keeps up with fast moving subjects no problem.

 

Fuji did an awesome job making a weather resistant, high performing companion lens for the X-T1.

 

You can read my full review and pixel peep on a few full size images examples here.

 

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  217 Views · 4 Replies ( Last reply by tsouto )

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Use of Macro

Today, 12:04 PM

Posted by Tom1968 in X-T1 Discussion

Unfortunately I am a rank beginner.

 

I have been trying to use my Macro function, and it appears to be locked.

 

How do you unlock it?

 

Thanks

  156 Views · 5 Replies ( Last reply by GaryX )

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Please help me to pick these photos

Today, 11:58 AM

Posted by forbigger in Fuji X Photos

Hi folks,

 

Recently went for a photo shoot and I would like to print and frame some of the results. Appreciate if you can help me choose which of the below is worth to print (one only)

 

14804651788_17aeb2df63_c.jpgDSCF3978-copy-EMAIL by ruetamA Images, on Flickr

 

14964591916_f350f98f96_c.jpgJapanese Maple Tree,  Japanese Garden,  Portland, Oregon by ruetamA Images, on Flickr

 

14987574005_7b7fc2f066_c.jpgJapanese Maple Tree Japanese Garden - Portland OR by ruetamA Images, on Flickr

 

 

 

And one of the below set:

 

14988163401_bbec4454e8_c.jpgDSCF3990-copy-EMAIL by ruetamA Images, on Flickr

 

14793026968_d7c7fc2141_c.jpgpanthers creek, Columbia River Gorge - Oregon by ruetamA Images, on Flickr

 

14793073597_0901f73e4e_c.jpgTrillium Lake - Oregon by ruetamA Images, on Flickr

 

Thanks in advance for your comments and pick. Appreciate it

 

 

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Hello From Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Today, 11:54 AM

Posted by jk32 in Members - Introductions

Hi All, my name's John and I hail from Milwaukee. After being a Nikon guy for several years, I sold all my DSLR gear and bought the XT-1 w/18-55 kit lens and the 56 f1.2. I'm loving it, but the learning curve is considerable, especially with the 56mm. Sucker hunts on auto focus like crazy. The reason I made the switch was because I do mainly portrait work and street photography. Lots of things I love about the XT-1 and some things I'm getting used to. Can't say from time to time I don't miss my Nikon gear.

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One Man's Opinion

Today, 11:16 AM

Posted by Nick45 in X-T1 Discussion

Well here is a fairly strong shot over the bow regarding Fuji cameras vs DSLR's in the wedding world.  I don't really have a dog in this hunt but these are fighting words.

 

http://www.danielkch...ing-photography

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Berries and flowers (3 images)

Today, 10:13 AM

Posted by JasperD in Fuji X Photos

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F3.6, 1/125, ISO 200

 

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F3.6, 1/2000, ISO200

 

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F5.6, 1/500, ISO 200

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Glasgow Galleries

Today, 09:37 AM

Posted by jamie allan in Fuji X Photos

Well this is the first day I've had off and had the time to play with the X-E1. Weather here is extremely variable so decided to visit two contrasting Glasgow museums.

 

Kelvingrove Gallery - I think it's described as Spanish Baroque.

 

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Inside it's just as wacky

 

Spitfire - and yes that is a giraffe to the lower right side

 

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The Heads

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Dali - this is in a really small room with poor, uneven lighting - well that's my excuse

 

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Glasgow Transport Museum - designed by Zaha Hadid. I normally don't like new buildings but this is my exception - both the shape and it's location fit.

 

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transpono.jpg

 

Inside it's a bit more traditional. Canada for £2 !

 

transpmsm.jpg

 

What I've noticed so far is that I'm significantly under exposing shots indoors. I think that's because this is the first EVF I've ever used and I need trust the exposure indicator more than what I see. Also I've always used my left eye for the viewfinder and now using my right is taking time to get used to.

 

 

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Lightroom lenscorrection

Today, 09:08 AM

Posted by Elri in Fuji X Post Processing

Recently i sold my canon gear and bought the fuji X-T1 with 18-135 mm.  I'm now the proud owner of the fuji X100S en X-T1.

 

Processing some picture in lightroom 5.6 i could not find the lens profile for the fuji X-T1.  Does anybody know how i can install this.  Is it already available.

 

Thanks

Eleni

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