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robert - Today, 04:00 PM
Last day for this sale!
Just startled and think this is an amazing deal.
What is your general impression of the lens? Is it worth acquiring? Will it meet near pro level standards for IQ and...
My wife goes OMG and turns her back on it all. In the nicest possible way.
Get the 10-24. Outstanding lens. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
^ this is the brilliance. I always wondered how much the custom setting could recall. My old D7000 would recall...
news about the x-pro1 with the rf605?
Nice. I think that I should have enjoyed a visit there as well, with my camera . . . Chris
Fits me perfectly but we are all different sizes ... :pic: I just ordered another one in Waxy Green ...
I liked how sharp 16mm was at f1.4 but 2mm on the wide end is a lot. All depends on what you shoot. I may pick up 16m...
I have one on the way from the States. I'll report back with a side-by-side comparison to the Hoya when it arrives......
I say both no cropped images. is there anyway for you to remove that red pole sticking out from the seat...
I had the same problem when I downloaded the new firmware. Holding the fn button down on the d ring wouldn't al...
I do use them now but I don't think its worth it to lose image quality whats the point of spending so much for a grea...
what is your experience with clear filters will they hurt the image quality. I have had exerience with clear fil...
I like the colour and uncropped. It's also fair to say that the Kawasaki next to the Enfield is 'more modern', as the...
Kudos to Fuji for their X100 (s) (t) decisions. (as opposed to a rangefinder)
Frankie - Today, 11:41 AM
In my mind, it fixes all that was wrong with the M9 :) And it was introduced well before the M8 [in f...
That is just like my collection, the only diffrence is i have them all stuffed in one duffle bag so the wife do...
I would get the 16 only if you regularly need the f/1.4 aperture. Otherwise the 14 wins on most counts - it's very sh...
Totally agree with the other commenters - lovely light, composition and photo. Congratulations.
Image quality of f/2.8 zooms compared to Canon equivalents?
switters - Today, 11:40 AM
I think of this question as which order should a person buy Fuji glass? Primes or zooms? Ultimately a lot...
Image quality of f/2.8 zooms compared to Canon equivalents?
Ken Bennett - Today, 11:39 AM
I wasn't planning to get the 50-140/2.8, since I already have the Canon 70-200 and I would just bring that when I nee...
Xt1&16&35, all you need.....
We decided to clean out an extra room we have that catches a lot of miscellaneous stuff over the years. I'd forgotten...
Thanks all. I think the Classic Chrome treatment is definitely befitting.
Hi liggy, how does the black look? Really black or a little grayish? What's the canvas material?If you could take a p...
I've just had a long weekend visiting a friend of mine in Bavaria.During this time, we've been at the four rings firm...
I've given up using such filters. I now have either the lens cap (when I carry the lens unused) or the hood (wh...
. . . and the composition. It's a lovely photo. Chris
Maciek You could also set up a Custom Setting for your wife to use, in addition to setting both shutter and aper...
That's a yummy shot! I started viewing it from the top, thinking as I scrolled that the scene was a little hazy...
, yes, that would be an alternative. But then, it would be very useful if such a custom setting could optionally be...
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We decided to clean out an extra room we have that catches a lot of miscellaneous stuff over the years. I'd forgotten that my collection of camera bags was residing in one corner. Up till now, my wife didn't really know how many bags I'd accumulated. Once we;d piled them in the living room I had to admit to her that "Yes, these are my bags".......... I told her that each one was purchased for a specific reason that made sense at the time.
She looked at the pile and said "well, there are fewer bags here than purses I have".......we both smiled and went about the day.
PS: There were at least 3 more bags that were stored in other places.
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I've just had a long weekend visiting a friend of mine in Bavaria.
During this time, we've been at the four rings firm museum.
Some shots from it (taken by 56, 23 and 18mm).
Luxury from the '30s
Ancient F1 (not many REVs to play with...)
More in the Flickr album...
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Out on a Beautiful Morning Sunday drive with a good friend. Shot this old house with my X-T1 and the 50-140mm.
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Is there a way to assign lens specific lowest ss when using Auto ISO? Right now I use 1/125 but then when using wider primes like 14mm, I am at much higher ISO. I know I can shoot manual exposure but auto ISO makes life easy.
Also is there a way to quickly change this value? I tried Q menu and I can't see this setting. I would love to be able to change it from say 1/60 to higher value like 1/125 or even 1/250 depending on the situation.
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what is your experience with clear filters will they hurt the image quality.
56 Views · 4 Replies ( Last reply by Mikess1 )
Taken with a XT-1 and 55-200mm, most exposures were between 8 and about 15 seconds, iso 400, f11 or f16. Taken from my house in Laguna Beach, you can see multiple shows in these images, there was also a show to the south but there were a lot of distracting things in the way for photography. Most of them are fired off from barges that are towed in a few hours before the show and then towed out afterwards. The generate a lot of smoke so it gets harder to see them. There were some high clouds but below was clear, we could even see the distant fireworks from Avalon, Catalina Island. I posted a total of 6 to flickr.
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I'm new here so welcome everybody.
I like to buy X-T1 or X-T10.
My problem with the choice is that I sometimes have to borrow camera to my wife and she is completly newbie in photography. That's why I need auto mode.
I know that there is auto mode in X-T10 with 58 scene and no auto mode in X-T1.But I read that if I put all dials to A and AWB and AF in menu in X-T1 it shuold work like in Auto mode.
Is that true. Will it work like Auto mode swich in X-T10 with the scene or thats not working that way. Are the eaqual and what about photo quality in auto mode in both cameras?
What kind of lens should I buy for family photoraphy and holidays. 18-55 or 18-135?
Thanks for answers.
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After wanting this for a long time, I manage to get my first fisheye the samyang 8mm. Too bad I haven't got the opportunity to shoot a much as I wanted.
I am happy with it, sharp and fun to use. The limit only my personal creativity and POV. Suprisingly sharp, its a good thing as I don't do sharpening in post processing. However I still need to learn how to use this lens properly especially on how to use hyperfocal distance. Any tips are welcome.
X-E1 with samyang 8mm.
36 Views · 1 Replies ( Last reply by Garpo99 )
Anyone compare on the IQ of both lenses.
Is it worth while to trade my 14mm in for 16mm. I do like the WR capability.
146 Views · 9 Replies ( Last reply by Rvazhapilly )
Leaving aside the issue of size and weight (which I realize is a big issue!), how do the Fujifilm f/2.8 zooms compare to the Canon equivalents?
I'm pretty enamored with my new X-T1 and 35/1.4, and I just ordered a 56/1.2. But I still do find myself using my 5DIII + 24-70 II and 70-200 IS quite a bit. They are just phenomenal lenses.
I've read quite a few reviews of the Fuji f/2.8 zooms, and they seem somewhat underwhelming. If you look at B&H the reviews for these lenses are generally lower than for the primes. I'd love to get some perspective from those of you that have used these zooms on Canon and are now using the Fujifilm equivalents.
I am particularly interested in the 16-55/2.8, as the 24-70 II is probably my favorite lens on the Canon system right now (and believe me, I never thought I'd say that about a zoom. It's just that good.)
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I came across this beautiful Royal Enfield with a snapped clutch cable. Unfortunately there wasn't much space around it, so I couldn't avoid capturing some parts of the more modern motorcycles close to it.
So which (if any) of these versions do you like better, the original composition or the crop? I also did those extreme black and white versions – did I overdo it or do you like what you see?
The picture was shot at f.2 – does the DOF work for you or should I have stopped down?
Please be gentle but honest in your opinions – but hey, this is not for the 'image critique' thing!
120 Views · 9 Replies ( Last reply by Triple X )
Flowers aren't really my thing photographically, but I came across this splash of backlit colour in a tiny rural church in Northumberland a few weeks ago.
Shot on an X10, it's been processed in CC and Nik Colour Efex.
58 Views · 7 Replies ( Last reply by platinumjstrain )
I have changed the function buttons settings after upgrading to Firmware 4.0 but finding that none the buttons of the D pad selector work. Function Buttons 1 and 2 are OK I did have trouble at first not realising that I had to set to the FN button in the submenu but having now done this I still are unable to activate the programmable buttons on the D pad selector.
What am I missing?
All help will be greatly appreciated.
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