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    56mm $947! In stock, free ship!

    robert - Today, 03:14 PM

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    macvisual - Today, 05:31 AM

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  • JasperDPhoto
    Zeiss 135mm Apo Sonnar f2 (image heavy)

    JasperD - Today, 05:17 AM

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  • montymoPhoto
    When is Enough is Enough?

    montymo - Today, 05:02 AM

    That's easy... just one more!!! Although seriously, I'm in the process of selling some of my Nikon stuff to buy the Samyang 10mm or 12mm for m...

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    JasperD - Today, 04:19 AM

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  • dentonPhoto

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    macvisual - Today, 03:49 AM

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    Zeiss 135mm Apo Sonnar f2 (image heavy)

    petern - Today, 03:29 AM

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    ianmarsh - Today, 02:48 AM

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    Beautiful shots and a beautiful theme!


Bag for X-system and 15" Laptop

Yesterday, 10:37 AM

Posted by mountainpix in Fuji X Accessories

I am trying to find a relatively compact, low-profile bag that will hold an X-Pro1, 18mm, 35mm, and 60mm XF lenses, a 15" Macbook Pro with charger cable, and a couple of portable hard drives. That's about it. The only bag I presently have that will do this is a Think Thank Urban Disguise 50, but it's total overkill, with too many flaps, pouches, zippers and extra weight and bulk.


Any suggestions?

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Metering? Inconsistencies?

Yesterday, 08:53 AM

Posted by mlcinema in X-T1 Discussion

Hello All,


What metering do you all use? I have tried them all and all have some inconsistencies. I am using an X-T1 and 35mm. Seems like it meters on the right subject sometimes and sometimes not so much. 


Thank you.

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X-E2 silver £360 body only from Fuji Refurb

Yesterday, 07:42 AM

Posted by GeorgeSalt in Where to Buy — Deals — Heads Up

A heads-up on a good looking deal on the Fuji refurb shop.  There are currently four silver X-E2 bodies sitting on the refurb shop at £399.98.  Add in the usual 10% discount code for bodies and that's just under £360 each.


If I could justify a second body I think I'd be taking one of these myself.  But I'm not a pro and don't quite see the benefit over my X-Pro1.

  184 Views · 3 Replies ( Last reply by ianpiper )


Using The Fujifilm Remote App with a Ballhead

Yesterday, 06:52 AM

Posted by fac123 in General Photography Talk

Hi All


A couple of weeks ago i was doing a few landscapes using the X-T1 and the Fujifilm remote app which worked flawlessly.


The only part that let it down was the fact that it doesn't turn into portrait orientation. It was a complete pain trying to compose a shot holding a phone and trying to tighten a ballhead at the same time.  

When using the Remote app the camera is in totally unusable with regards to looking thru the viewfinder etc.


My Tripod is a Manfrotto 190CXPRO4 new version which has an easy link connection where you can connect various manfrotto attachments etc.

I purchased a Manfrotto flexible arm for about £16 and a cheap £4 ballhead off ebay also the phone holder was about £3.

The quality of the ballhead and flexible arm is spot on but the Phone holder is a bit basic.


Now it so easy to compose shots looking at the phone whilst moving the ballhead.


Thanks for looking :)



Attached File  MGS_XPro1-5398_Fotor_Collage.jpg   199.81KB   3 downloads

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When is Enough is Enough?

Yesterday, 06:12 AM

Posted by paul szilard in Fuji X-Mount Lens Discussion

This is my 2nd (and final) lens speculative thread starter.


If you had sufficient funds so that the cost was not limiting, but wanted to be somewhat realistic, when would you say that you had enough lenses for your Fuji body? Would you pine to buy every lens ever released, or would you say that once you have covered your needs, you would stop buying and start shooting?

  500 Views · 22 Replies ( Last reply by montymo )


3 Desert Island Lenses

Yesterday, 06:08 AM

Posted by paul szilard in Fuji X-Mount Lens Discussion

In the UK there used to be a radio program called Desert Island Disks, where interviewees would choose a small number of records (disks) of music, that they would want if stranded on a "Desert Island" unable to ever get any new records.


So, in similar vain, I put the question to you: If you could only have 3 lenses with you (and one body) can you give us your choices? To make it a little easier, I am not going to fantasize that these are your ONLY lenses, just that you are planning an event, such as a Wedding, or Africa Safari, or trip to Alaska, or whatever, and can only take one body and 3 lenses. Which lenses would you choose? Any combination of zooms or primes permitted and you can list any number of scenarios.



Event: Motorcycle holiday across Australia

Lenses: 10-24mm, 18-55mm and 56mm


Now you go...

  476 Views · 29 Replies ( Last reply by Miyata610 )


X Series Patterns

Yesterday, 05:31 AM

Posted by petern in Fuji X Photos

Although patterns are abstract I thought to add a separate thread on photos of patterns. I like patterns ever since I had to take math tests. ;-)

Here are some obvious ones. Feel free to add yours! Comments/suggestions always welcome>

PS: Mods: if you think this thread should be merged with Abstracts, please do!


x-pro1 and 35mm:












A few with the X-T1:


50mm zeiss:






135mm zeiss:


  162 Views · 10 Replies ( Last reply by macvisual )


Another X100s shot used on the TV weather

Yesterday, 03:59 AM

Posted by Richard_R in Fuji X Photos

A quick shot I took during yesterdays photowalk was used on tonights TV weather forecast segment.




and the TV version  :thumbsu:



  141 Views · 4 Replies ( Last reply by Rodney9 )



Yesterday, 03:21 AM

Posted by ARCI in Fuji X Photos

  187 Views · 8 Replies ( Last reply by matoqui )


Best Value 3 Stop ND for XF 35mm

Yesterday, 03:02 AM

Posted by blackers_92 in Fuji X-Mount Lens Discussion

Hi All

I have been using the XF 35mm almost exclusively since I purchased it about 6 months ago. I would like the ability to shoot at wider apertures in midday sun (not directly into the sun) as I am attending a few music festivals throughout summer. After a bit of research a 3 stop ND is supposed to be the best solution. I am reluctant to drop big money on one though, as I purchased a B+W Kaesemann Circular MRC Polarizer for my 18-55 that got a tonne of use initially however since purchasing other lenses has sat dormant. Similarly I have the 14mm and decided that I would eventually purchase a Lee Filter System as I could use it across all focal lengths.


But in the meantime I would love people’s recommendations, BHPhoto has some going as cheap as $20 with positive reviews however I think I trust this community more! Ideally something less than AUS $100 that can still be used with the lens hood

Thanks in advance!

  198 Views · 5 Replies ( Last reply by JasperD )


CLIP CAP for Fujifilm NP-W126

Yesterday, 02:45 AM

Posted by addk2 in Fuji X Accessories



I just launched the Clip cap protection frame for the battery NP-W126. It's printed in 3d and works as great contact cover.



If you have any feedback or questions on this product, please feel free to contact me here or http://ad-3d.com/contact/



  269 Views · 7 Replies ( Last reply by addk2 )


X Series Colors

Yesterday, 02:37 AM

Posted by petern in Fuji X Photos

After posting some B/W series I thought to add "colors". Wanted to add it to a pinned thread but there was no one yet. So I titles this one "X Series Colors". Feel free to add yours (or start a new one). Comments/suggestions are always welcome!


x-pro1 and 18mm:






x-pro1 and 35mm:






x-pro1 and 23mm:


  102 Views · 2 Replies ( Last reply by petern )


f11 magazine - the FREE digital magazine for photographers

Yesterday, 02:33 AM

Posted by Richard_R in General Photography Talk

I know that f11 gets a mention from time to time but the new issue has just been released and it's a stunner.


If you are not aware f11 is a New Zealand based e-magazine that is produced 11 times a year and is 100% free. It can be read on line or downloaded as a PDF for viewing off line or on tablets. The current issue is #36 and if you want all 35 previous issues are available for download.


One of the editors, Tony Bridge is also a Fuji ambassador in NZ so previous issues of f11 have carried good coverage of Fuji X series products at launch time.


If you are looking for a read about photography rather than gear analysis and some truly inspirational photos to look at have a look at f11


f11 home page here

  256 Views · 11 Replies ( Last reply by MHA123 )


The Birthplace of Rock & Roll

31 Aug 2014

Posted by BluffCity in Fuji X Photos
The Million Dollar Quartet, Elvis, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, and Jerry Lee Lewis all got their start at Sun Studies


  136 Views · 4 Replies ( Last reply by BluffCity )


Fuji X-T1 UK Deal

31 Aug 2014

Posted by The Cotswold Photographer in Where to Buy — Deals — Heads Up
Cotswold Cameras are now doing the Fuji X-T1 body for £799 with a 3 year UK warranty and Free Delivery http://www.cotswoldc...-body-264-p.asp

  173 Views · 4 Replies ( Last reply by The Cotswold Photographer )


Canon or Nikon 35mm T&S on Fuji XT-1?

31 Aug 2014

Posted by Fujicron in Adapted Lens Discussion

What do you guys think? I know the Canon has the added tilt feature the Nikon lacks. Optically which is better for my Fuji? Also if I decide to go with the Canon, would it be better to adapt it to EOS mount first? Full disclosure, I shoot EOS along with Fuji.

  120 Views · 1 Replies ( Last reply by GregWard )

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