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16-55 mm 2.8 is in the shops!

Today, 01:57 PM

Posted by hansNL in Fujifilm X News & Rumors

Yesterday I picked up my pre-ordered copy of the 16-55 mm lens from Cameranu.nl in Urk, the Netherlands. 1099€.

Today beautiful weather and a first opportunity to play with it on my X-T1.

Feels a bit front-heavy at first, but a joy to shoot with. So far I think the reviews are true, fast AF, razor sharp images.

And, with the electronic shutter from the latest firmware update completely silent!

 

hansNL

 

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LR (5.7) and X100S, raw files settings (lens correction)

Today, 01:53 PM

Posted by paras in Fuji X Post Processing

Hi!

I have a question regarding the lens correction settings in LR 5.7 and using X100S raw files. In the side panel I have an option to activate lens correction, and in the drop down menus the X100S is listed as a profile. Should this be used or not? I'm having a hard time judging which is better and more natural.

 

I have included a sample image to demonstrate the difference. Note that with correction activated the image flattens out. 

 

With:

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Without:

 

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third party lenses

Today, 01:22 PM

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

anyone recomend any good 3rd party lenses,?

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'Blacking out' your camera

Today, 01:04 PM

Posted by mellowcure in General X Camera Forum

I've been following an interesting trend seen in street photography where they would black out the camera logos (i.e. the Canon/Nikon logo) using black 'gaffer' tape, a sharpie/china-graph pencil, some even go as far as refinishing the entire top-plate of the camera. 

 

This made me interested in blacking out the white X-E1 logo on my Fuji to make it more 'discrete'. Of course, I don't want to balls up the job obviously. Risks are involved, but I can't help but feel that in an all black body, those glaring white letters stick out too much. 

 

What do you guys think? 

 

 

 

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Fuji 18-135mm purchased through GreenToe.com

Today, 12:24 PM

I ran across an interesting advertisement for a website called GreenToe.com the other day and took a look.  It is a site where you basically make an Offer for their list of products and then the retailers can look and decide if they want to sell it to you for that price.

 

I figured I'd give it a try since GreenToe's website clearly lists that they ONLY sell USA market (non-Grey market) new products with a 14 day return.  I've been wanting a Fuji 18-135mm since it came out, but didn't want to pay the $900 for it or even the sale price of $800.  

 

I put my offer on at $700 this morning and about 3 hours later, a store accepted it.  The store has an A+ rating on BBB so I'm hoping everything is legit.  Once I get it in my hands, I'll update this thread, but if this works well, it's a nice way to buy gear!

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A few from last wedding

Today, 12:20 PM

Posted by Buffett0462 in Weddings

X-T1 with 43 and 56mm lens

 

The three young bridesmaids just won 1st Place in WPJA contest "getting ready" category.

 

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Old Red

Today, 11:46 AM

Posted by Knooger in Landscape

I've shot this barn many times in the past with my old DSLR gear. I am more amazed everytime I shoot with the X-T1 at how well it captures images. Hope you enjoy, feel free to comment.

 

 

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X-E2 - annoying details

Today, 11:12 AM

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

Hello,

 

I recently bought a X-E2 and most of the time I am very happy with the camera. I fell in love with its design and the straightforward controls and it takes beautiful pictures.

 

But... the more I use the camera the more I find there are many irritating small things that do not make any sense on a pro/enthusiast level camera for $1100.

 

- Eye sensor: bad design with the sensor outside the eye cup. Under bright light conditions, especially with bright light coming from the right side (such as low sun), the EVF will not engage when you put the camera to your face. I missed so many shots already due to this. I usually have to shade the light/sensor with my left hand which is very awkward. Why the sensor cannot be placed inside the eye cup? We also have Olympus OM-D EM10 camera at home and the EVF/eye sensor works much better under same condtions.

 

- Very low level of customization. The manual controls are great but why cannot we have the best from both worlds? Again, this is not a $150 point and shoot: Why so few options for customs setting? Basically just ISO and Dynamic range. (Colors, sharpness, white balance, NR, etc..all this you can change in post processing anyway). Why cannot I set a different Drive mode, auto focus behavior, power management, high performance mode, screen setup, EVF settings etc with each Custom settings?

 

- Command dial inconsistent behavior: in M or S mode, you can use it to control the shutter speed, but in A mode it does nothing. It would be useful if we could have an option to control the aperture with command dial in A mode. I sometimes use XC lens that uses command dial to control aperture and actually prefer it this way. With XF lenses there is not such an option. When you switch lenses several times a day it would nice nice to have a consistent control. 

 

- Back button focus: not possible in AF-S mode. In Manual focus mode it is ok but in this mode you cannot change the Focus square size. Also, the AFL button is in a hard to reach positions. From pictures it looks like X-E1 had much better placement of AFL. 

 

- Self timer behavior: this is probably THE MOST annoying thing with the camera. Shooting landscape from a tripod, using 2sec shutter delay. EVERY TIME the camera goes to Sleep mode after the preset time period it will DISENGAGE the shutter release delay/self timer. Same when you turn it off.

 

- Wifi and Camera app: a lot of issues connecting to the phone, cannot fire multiple shots when using wifi even if the camera is set to High Speed continuous shooting. You can only download a very limited number of pictures from the camera at once. Why cannot I select all pictures on the card at once and have it downloaded to my tablet? Bring NFC into the cameras so we can only tap the camera with our phone or tablet and the connection will be setup automatically. 

 

This all might sound like very harsh. So far I still like the camera very much but I believe it is the small details that make the difference and can spoil a complete wonderful device or on the other hand make a good product a great standout product. 

 

Hope Fuji reads this. Your thoughts are welcome. 

 

Anyway, here are a few pictures I took with the camera in the last 2 weeks:

 

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Convert to DNG for colorchecker passport

Today, 10:48 AM

Posted by marsmail in Fuji X Post Processing

Trying to create a color checker preset for my X-E2 I find that it requires a DNG image to analyse.

So, trying the Adobe DNG converter get message "no files match your choice".

Try Silkypix file converter - same message.

Check with both manufacturers websites for compatibility - both say the version (Adobe 8.7.1 , Silkypix 3.2.17.0) I have is OK to do the conversion.

Neither will!

 

Anyone any ideas as to what is wrong - is it me, or is there something wrong with my files? They all open as RAF files in PS6 with no bother.

 

marsmail

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Help with unknown lens mount

Today, 10:37 AM

Posted by GeorgeSalt in Adapted Lens Forum

I picked up a new lens with a winning first bid.  Probably because the mount wasn't known by the seller and the mount wasn't visible in the photos accompanying the description.

 

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I think it's Pentax K mount.  Does anyone agree or disagree?
 
All help very much appreciated, thanks.
 
 
 
(and yes, this is going to look a little unbalanced mounted on an X-E2..)

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Patience is something I need to work on.

Today, 09:30 AM

Posted by justbeckman in General

Went out to shoot the sunrise over a very cold and angry Lake Michigan.  Met a buddy at one of my favorite locations and got set up.  I was able to capture a couple of frames before the sky began to loose all of its color.  We decided to call it and packed up our gear.  On my way home, south along the shore, the clouds began to break and the sky lit up again.  So naturally I had to stop.  I really need to work on patience.  I always tend to leave before the show is over, today the excuse I gave myself was that I could no longer feel my fingers.  Just after the last image was captured, I was soaked and could no longer feel my legs from the knees down.  Thanks for looking.  As always a few more can be found here: http://www.justinleephotos.com/blog/

 

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A friend

Today, 09:25 AM

Posted by trainer in Portraits, People, & Pets

56 at 1,2, ISO 640, 1/80

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Fujifilm Camera Bag LC-X (Official)

Today, 08:29 AM

Posted by Filenest in Fuji X Accessories

I purchased this bag to carry my X-T1 + some lenses.

It's made of Buffalo leather, and soft fabric on the inside. THere are plenty of deviders, and 3 lines of velcro.

Measurements Outside are: W=310m - H=210mm - D=145 (differs from the official measures)
Compartment inside is: W=240mm X 100mm

Quality is really nicely made. Stitches looks to be of nylon thread.

3 compartments on the outside, one on the left holds a small flash easily.

Right bottom one can hold 5 NP-W126 without problems.

There is a zippered compartment on the bach that an hold either a cellphone, cleaning tissue or other stuff. It's tight.

I have packed it with the following gear with room to spare:

X-T1 with 35mm attached.
18mm
27mm
18-135mm
System flash.
Spare batts.

If you really want, it's possible to cram in more lenses with some good will.

There is room for yet another lens under the camera house with a prime attached, and if You do not stuff the body, yet 2 more primes.

The bag is pretty soft out of the case, and I expect it to get even softer after a while using it daily.

Overall, a recommended bag if Your not afraid to have it scream "Camera Bag".

Best part, the pricetag: EUR 122,00 + shipment. Amazon.de

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Xt-1 Timestamp setting?

Today, 08:21 AM

Posted by eurotrash in X-T1 Forum

Due to a motor related incident, I'm in need of taking photos of my car. Can the XT-1 be set to timestamp photos in the lower right corner like most pos cameras can?

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Derwent Water

Today, 08:06 AM

Posted by fac123 in 10-24mm f/4

A bleak and cold day in the Lake District this morning. Both images are of Derwent Water with Catbells using an X-T1 with 10-24mm lens and a Lee Big Stopper.

 

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Easy street scenes in Singapore

Today, 07:55 AM

Posted by michael.tan in Street-City-Architecture

So I'm walking around a bit, because I realised I haven't actually photographed my own city, despite living here for a long time. With my new equipment, I thought it would be good to get used to them. Here's a few easy street scenes, with no people in them because I'm quite influenced by another thread about street photography somewhere on this forum recently. 

 

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I'm really liking the Classic Chrome film simulation!

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Camera repair and replacement options

Today, 05:34 AM

Posted by CaspianCmonster in General X Camera Forum

I will post some photos when I get home but the short version is that my x-pro1 got crushed by a falling 16x20 inch piece of MDF that was hanging on the wall (with a print on it) that decided to fall down in the middle of the night onto my camera sitting "safely" on the cabinet underneath. It crushed the body sufficiently to break the "lens" on the outside of view finder. I am not sure about other damage although it does power up etc. Does anyone have any experience with getting physical damage repaired?  I live in Norway but am going back to the States next week so I could send it somewhere there as well. I am not sure if repair cost would exceed the value. 

 

I like the camera, I have the fuji 35mm and a voightlander 12mm that get used most of the time. I also have some other vintage glass and adapters 50mm, 105mm ...  As the 12mm only gets used out of doors or on a tripod (it is not a fast lens :) and almost everything is at infinity the view finder is just needed for framing. I would like another lens in between the two, probably a voightlander 21mm F4 as they are tiny and relatively inexpensive. The fuji 23mm f1.4 is nice but they are a bit expensive and large. The high ISO on the x sensor is good enough I think the f4 lens wouldn't be a big problem and it would mostly be an outdoors/travel lens anyway. For that matter I think I would rather spend the money on a fast voightlander in that length rather than by more fuji glass. The fuji stuff can be nice but isn't portable to other systems, tends to be large and just doesn't feel solid. 

 

I have been thinking about getting another body, maybe a X-E1/2 or a X-M1 as the Pro1 is a bit larger than ideal. I am also thinking that when/if the price comes down on the sony A7s I might want to go full frame so not investing a tonne in fuji bodies/lenses is probably best.  Part of me thinks I should just get an X100S or t and be done with it but I can't see paying that much money for a fixed lens but I guess I should try one and see. I would also consider another brand such as the Richo GR but really don't like compacts with extending lenses other than manually extending ones such as the old Rollei 35. 

 

thanks

 

Luke 

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Love the X-T1 (preaching to the choir)

Today, 05:24 AM

Posted by veteq in General

I am a little late to the party (1st post). I just found this site even though I have been using Fuji X products from the beginning. I purchased a X100 the week it came out in Canada. I have since bought a X-E1 and two weeks ago, just before leaving on vacation, I purchased the X-T1. 

 

Here are a few samples from the trip.

 

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The rest of the phones are posted here:

 

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Order of JPEG and Raw files in Aperture

Today, 03:57 AM

Posted by DaveRowley in Fuji X Post Processing

This is fairly trivial problem, but it's really starting to annoy me! I shoot in JPEG + RAW, so when I import files into Aperture there are two photos (obviously). But what determines the order of these photos within the pair? Sometimes the JPEG is first, sometimes the RAW file. My import settings in Aperture don't change the filename, so I don't think this is the problem. I like the order to be consistent so I know straightaway which version I'm looking at.

 

Anyone got any ideas? And yes I am pedantic and obsessive!

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Inability to Obtain Sharp Focus with 35mm

Today, 03:26 AM

Posted by Fred Thomas in X-Pro1 Forum
I took a five mile walk back into a neighborhood here and it was bright sunshine and no clouds. Almost all of the images are soft. Some more so than others even those at over 1/250th. My goal was to eliminate any softness due to me and movement at time of shutter release. Some (very little) sharpness can be gained by sharpening the images with PhotoShop or NIK Raw or Output sharpening. Sharpening settings in CS6 are 1.2 to 1.5 @ 110%. In my opinion almost no sharpening should be required. Even then the images could not hold up to enlargement to 8 x 10 viewed from 4 feet!

I had bumped the ISO to 400 to ensure shutter speeds of more than 1/125 and apertures of f8 to 11. Still very soft images. Some will ask me to post image samples, but I cannot see where that will help. They do not meet my expectations and do not compare to Canon 5D II using a 24-70 or 24-105.

Is there something I could be missing in settings that could be partially to blame? I am seriously ready to give up on the X Pro 1!

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