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Broadway & 37th street

Today, 06:55 PM

Posted by gene lowinger in Fuji X Photos

Had a wonderful day on Thursday on the Mitzvah Tank. Many pics on my blogpost.

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Heard Natural Science Museum, McKinney Texas

Today, 05:42 PM

Posted by refiningman in Fuji X Photos

Some shots taken this morning at the Heard. Just a random selection.

 

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X-T1- flash not working?!

Today, 04:58 PM

Posted by f8lee in X-T1 Discussion

I was working through the owners manual and set peak focusing to red (if that matters at all) but now the flash does not work with my X-T1. I have tried both the included mini-flash unit as well as the EF-42 I bought last year for use with my X100 and - nothing. When I go to the menu the "Flash Mode" selection under menu 4 is grayed out (same with the quick menu).

 

I can't figure out if I inadvertently set something elsewhere that would disallow the flash from working (as it used to without issue) - any ideas what I missed? The manual is of no help thus far.

 

TIA

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Liverpool

Today, 02:59 PM

Posted by sumi41 in Fuji X Photos

Some photos from my recent trip to Liverpool, i really love this city and the people!

 

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Mersey by zanettifoto, on Flickr

 

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Liverpool's Three Graces by zanettifoto, on Flickr

 

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Albert Dock by zanettifoto, on Flickr

 

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Albert Dock by zanettifoto, on Flickr

 

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limitations of external flash ef42

Today, 02:13 PM

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

I recently purchased the ef42 and realized that it does not have any remote capabilities.   Does anyone have any non-Fuji flash suggestions for the x-e2?

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Relics of a day in Brussels

Today, 02:05 PM

Posted by pichou in Fuji X Photos

Passed through Brussels the other day en route from A to B.  Fascinating and beautiful city.

 

All with the 18mm.

 

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X-T1 + 56MM + Raynox DCR-250

Today, 01:54 PM

Posted by noeltykay in X-T1 Discussion

I had an Amazon credit burning a hole in my pocket so I decided to buy a Raynox DCR-250 macro conversion lens.  I have never shot macro, but wanted to start.  A few of my initial shots...

 

15114081887_dbb9ef4936_b.jpgTiny Beauty by noeltykay, on Flickr

 

To the naked eye my watch does not look this banged up...

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A mini soft release I had lying around...

15104978820_f071f7da63_b.jpgMini Soft Release by noeltykay, on Flickr

 

My Leatherman...

15105109128_70d375f26c_b.jpgSkeletool by noeltykay, on Flickr

 

This was the first shot...I hadn't even turned macro mode on...

15104197460_a507a039c8_b.jpgMacro test by noeltykay, on Flickr

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Fuji x bayonet to XT1 etc

Today, 01:40 PM

Posted by fac123 in Adapted Lens Discussion
Sorry if this has been posted already.

I'm looking at a couple of lenses which have the old Fuji x bayonet not the m42 screw I would like to mount them on my X-T1 .

Please can anyone tell me what adapter I would need .

Thanks for any help.

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erasing images incamera

Today, 10:52 AM

Posted by sheila in Troubleshooting

not sure if this is the right format, but when erasing a disliked image in the camera, a blank space occurs on the card--sandisc 16 gb  extreme pro--when I downloaded the card to iPhoto, had to delete lots of blank spaces on the card.. don't think i ever had this problem with my canon.  I have the X-E1.  does it have something to do with the consecutive numbers in the menu??

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SD Card or Camera Issue?

Today, 10:18 AM

Posted by MetalMan in X100, X100S and X100T Discussion
Recently came back from travels to the Netherlands and Madrid, Spain.

I reviewing the pictures, I noticed that some of them (6 or 7 of 350 taken) get cut off when reviewing them on my monitor, yet the thumbnail file appears OK.

My last Lexar Pro 600x (95mb/s) card was full and all that I had was a Lexar Platinum II 200x (35mb/s) to replace it which I used for these shots.

So, was the write speed too slow between shots causing this effect or is there some other hardware issue to be considered?

As I said, the thumbnail is OK but full size shot is cut off.

Thanks for your help.....

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

Today, 10:09 AM

Posted by LJClark in X100, X100S and X100T Discussion

When the Leica X was announced I think that I "got it" with regards to a small footprint APS-C camera with a 35mm FOV.  The only problem was that when the Fujifilm X100 was announced, I REALLY "got it".  The more-than-convincing factor was the viewfinder.  I would have been happy with a optical-only viewfinder, but Fuji did a lot more than that with the hybrid.  Sold!  (Twice, actually, with the upgrade from X100 to X100S.)

 

Still, the Leica X and X2 were a little more compact -- as long as you were content with arms-out shooting (not mounting an external viewfinder).  And for that market segment, I'm not sure how many buyers made their decision based on f/2 vs. f/2.8.

 

But the recent announcement of the Leica X Type 113 does have me just a little puzzled.  Is going to f/1.7 worth the size trade-off?

 

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Left-to-right:  Leica X Type 113, Fujifilm X100S, and Leica X2.

 

I'll grant that both Leicas have larger LCDs than the X100S, but that lens is a bit massive.  Can you imagine the howls if Fuji stuck a fixed 35mm FOV prime that size on the X100 series?  You can get an idea of the shift in mass by seeing how Leica had to move the strap lugs farther forward on the Type 113 -- it weighs 41% more than the X2.

 

(The image was compiled from camerasize.com -- which is a fun place to spend some time.)

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Backpacking through Mammoth Lakes, CA

Today, 09:56 AM

Posted by Matty Westside in Fuji X Photos
Recent backpacking trip through Mammoth Lakes, CA
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Sunset at Duck Lake
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Milky Way at Duck Lake
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Mid-day clouds at Barney Lake
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Dusk at Skeleton Key Lake
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Sunrise at Wild Willys hot springs
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You can read more about the trip and see additional photos here: http://forums.quattr...sgs/48760.phtml
 

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XT-1 1/32000 electronic shutter and flash?

Today, 09:06 AM

Posted by dmward in X-T1 Discussion

It will be interesting to see how the new electronic shutter speeds work with speedlites and strobes.

The X-sync is linked to shutter curtain but one would think that it will permit the flash to fire just before the electronic shutter activates which suggests that any shutter speed will sync.

 

One of the first tests I plan when the new firmware is available for XT-1

 

Wonder if this capability will also be added to X-E2 since many of the firmware features of XT-1 were added in last update.

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London visit

Today, 08:12 AM

Posted by Rawcoll in Fuji X Photos

My wife and I went to London yesterday to meet up with our relatives, and I took my X100S with me. Very much in "snapshooting" mode (as opposed to photography mode), so no apologies for lack of artistic merit! Still, you may care to look.

 

This is a small part of the poppy tribute to the Great War dead, at the Tower of London. Three portrait shots corrected for perspective and stitched with Mirosoft ICE.

 

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The Shard as seen from the river, from just beyond Tower Bridge.

 

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Erasmus Bridge, Rotterdam

Today, 07:51 AM

Posted by ianmarsh in Fuji X Photos

Inspired by the work of Joel Tjintjelaar (bwvision.com), I took some shots of this amazing bridge while on a work trip to Rotterdam.  I plan to work more on these images so any advice about tweaks or reworkings much appreciated.  All shots taken on X-E1 with either 14mm or 35mm lenses.

 

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Please Help :( XT1 has added 5000 to my file count

Today, 07:10 AM

Posted by fac123 in X-T1 Discussion

Hi All 

 

When i first got my X-T1 it was brand new with a zero file count up to now i shot about 400 images.

 

I went to import a couple of images today and i noticed the number has jumped up 5000 plus the added shutter count.

 

I tried to reset the file count but now it has gone back to 5001.

 

I'm tearing my hair out with this.

 

I apologise if this is something easy that I've missed.

 

Thanks in advance for any help .

  255 Views · 2 Replies ( Last reply by fac123 )


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