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  • adsingerPhoto
    A fallen hero

    adsinger - Today, 03:03 PM

    I wonder if the innocent children killed while attending their school by a fellow student yesterday in the USA will receive the same level of publi...

  • Nick45Photo
    XF 55-200mm focus problem!

    Nick45 - Today, 03:00 PM

    I have been having similar focus issues with this lens and finally through in the towel and gave Fuji a call to have them take a look at it and mak...

  • kironzPhoto
    A very happy X100S shutterbug!

    kironz - Today, 02:58 PM

    Thanks Everyone for your lovely comments!  :thumbsu:

  • buckingtonPhoto

    No one has called or emailed me with the details of how i claim the prize. I'm very patient! I'll wait. bUckington

  • Rodney9Photo
    A very happy X100S shutterbug!

    Rodney9 - Today, 02:46 PM

    Welcome from Down Under.  I too have revitalised my photography passion with the X100S and also never leave home without it.

  • Happy HaggisPhoto
    Moin Moin from Mannheim - Germany

    Happy Haggis - Today, 02:46 PM

    Hi Jonas and welcome.

  • Happy HaggisPhoto
    A very happy X100S shutterbug!

    Happy Haggis - Today, 02:46 PM

    Welcome to the forums.

  • Nick45Photo
    A fallen hero

    Nick45 - Today, 02:41 PM

    Thanks for posting those pics.  I am originally from Hamilton (with relatives in Kingston) so this incident really hit home for me.  Very...

  • Matty WestsidePhoto

    Picked up the Instax Mini printer recently. I love it, but do wish they offered the wide version (or option of both). The Instax prints are nice, b...

  • Matty WestsidePhoto
    Saudi Desert

    Matty Westside - Today, 02:25 PM

    Was your star trail shot a single long exposure or is that a stack of multiple exposures? 

  • jknightsPhoto

    That is useful. I will need to do some tests on my old watercolour test files when I return from my travels.

  • rpavichPhoto
    Balancing Light

    rpavich - Today, 02:08 PM

    Yeah, I was looking for EXIF as well - I can see this being nice and easy with fast flash sync and build-in ND filter, but it's not something that...

  • paul szilardPhoto
    Is the X-T1's mic input powered?

    paul szilard - Today, 02:06 PM

    Sony ECM-CS10, sorry, I should have said.

  • cugPhoto
    Balancing Light

    cug - Today, 02:05 PM

    Yeah, I was looking for EXIF as well - I can see this being nice and easy with fast flash sync and build-in ND filter, but it's not something that...

  • brucegillPhoto
    Balancing Light

    brucegill - Today, 01:59 PM

    I'm guessing it's a faster shutter speed (over 180).... No exif details though

  • KurtHPhoto
    small bag: protective yet stylish?

    KurtH - Today, 01:58 PM

    Just got the Lowepro Event Messenger 150... Fits my X-T1, 18-55mm, Touit 50mm, 55-200mm perfectly and only cost £30 :) http://store.lowepro.com/me...

  • Richard_RPhoto
    A fallen hero

    Richard_R - Today, 01:53 PM

    I wonder if the innocent children killed while attending their school by a fellow student yesterday in the USA will receive the same level of publi...

  • AmAcPhoto
    Wanted: Fuji EF-20 flash (UK)

    AmAc - Today, 01:53 PM

    Looking for a Fuji EF-20 flash, preferably in mint condition, but will consider anything as long as it works and looks ok.UK only pleaseAllan

  • rpavichPhoto
    Balancing Light

    rpavich - Today, 01:40 PM

    I might be missing the point, but I do the same with my X-E2/X-T1 without a problem. The only problem with these cameras might come up when the des...

  • MK1Photo

    If you decide to go "all manual" and skip TTL, I would recommend the Godox/Neewer V850. Its power output can be set remotely (from the transmitter...

  • sumi41Photo
    X Series Landscapes

    sumi41 - Today, 01:23 PM

    Valle Bavona by zanettifoto , on Flickr  Valle Bavona by zanettifoto , on Flickr  Valle Bavona by zanettifoto , on Flickr

  • freshlikesushiPhoto
    Saudi Desert

    freshlikesushi - Today, 01:18 PM

    we went camping for some star shooting in the deserts of KSA, about 2.5 hours outside of riyadh. The arch formation you see is the local attra...

  • fac123Photo

    The new wide set to go on sale the 1st of the year looks nice! I'll let her know' they look wicked. She's wanting to fill a pin board in her room f...

  • MIGpilotPhoto
    Moin Moin from Mannheim - Germany

    MIGpilot - Today, 01:08 PM

    Willkommen in der Fuji XForum...  Jonas...  Greetings from KENTUCKY, USA...............................  RAF

  • justbeckmanPhoto

    I think the Mini 90 is the one I'm after i think the others look a little  :startle: Thanks for the link. The new wide set to go on...

  • wyknotPhoto
    x100s Snaps: My little guy.

    wyknot - Today, 01:01 PM

    Love the B&W shot. Good looking boy ! Take advantage of this time, my kids are grown and gone, my grand kids, daughter and son-in-law moved to Oreg...


    Thanks for the gevaway iam looking forward to it :)

    Moin Moin from Mannheim - Germany

    MAXJONES - Today, 12:55 PM

    Hey there - My Name is Jonas, Iam a hobby Photography from Germany and working as a Designer for some years. Happy owner of a Fuji X100 and al...

  • MandemakerPhoto
    Freebie: some good film presets for Lightroom

    Mandemaker - Today, 12:54 PM

    I have strong snobbish opinions about presets, but I'll admit these are quite good.

  • alansPhoto
    Autumn-ish X100s

    alans - Today, 12:22 PM

    RDK, thanks! Nope, not straight out of camera. My processing for all of these begins with one or another VSCO preset, then some further adjusting....


Dynamic Skies

Yesterday, 12:25 PM

Posted by Arbib in Fuji X Photos

Capture any dynamic skies lately?

Why not post then here :thumbsu:


Dynamic Sky: 2014-10-24 par Peter Arbib, on ipernity


Dynamic Sky: 2014-10-24 par Peter Arbib, on ipernity

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X100 still an impressive camera

Yesterday, 11:21 AM

I shot this earlier this week in St. Louis. Very low light. Hand held 1/30s, f2.0, iso3200.

Shot raw developed in LR (velvia preset). I love this camera. I have gotten to the point 

that I rarely take my D800 with me. Maybe I need to look at the X100T, but this guy still

looks good. I love the images this camera produces.


  626 Views · 12 Replies ( Last reply by sassshooter )


Fuji X100T ship date?

Yesterday, 09:15 AM

Posted by davidwrightphoto in Fujifilm X News & Rumors

Hey folks,


I'm debating about what retailer to order the Fuji X100T from (B&H, Amazon, local store out of state). Any recommendations? B&H says mid-November ship date, Amazon says end of November, local store out of state says they're receiving copies of the camera after it ships November 5th. Curious to hear your thoughts!





  342 Views · 5 Replies ( Last reply by mooshoepork )


Trying to pick gear for a 3,000km motorbike trip

Yesterday, 07:45 AM

Posted by paul szilard in Fuji X-Mount Lens Discussion

I am going on the Australian Snowy (Mountains) Ride next weekend. This is a charity event with typically 3000+ motorbikes riding around spectacular countryside.


I want to shoot both photos and video. I have max amount of volume for gear that will fit into my bike's top box. Which basically a Tenba back pack.


I am agonizing between absolute minimum versus everything I can possibly cram in! :)


If you could pick any items from the X range, including the X100S what would you take? I can also take a Sony HXR-NX30 camcorder.

  616 Views · 33 Replies ( Last reply by Longhiker )


3rd party manual macro lens

Yesterday, 06:19 AM

Posted by icnoble in Adapted Lens Discussion
i need some advice. I recently jumped from Nikon to Fuji. I have the Fuji X f2.4 which I use in the studio and for macro/close up. I am considering selling this lens and getting the 56mm f 1.2 and buying a manual macro lens such as the Tamron or The Kirin 105mm f2.8 macro and using an adaptor. I use an XT-1. Any thoughts on this course of action would be gratefully received.

  384 Views · 12 Replies ( Last reply by rpavich )


Request for xf60mm 3/4 - full length portrait samples

Yesterday, 05:54 AM

Posted by Hawkmoon in Fuji X-Mount Lens Discussion

So I'm thinking about this lens as a poor man's 56mm as I can afford the 60 but not the 56. I have seen a few sample headshots in the samples forum here but no real examples of 3/4 length or full length portraits shot wide open with this lens, which is most likely what I would use it for.So if you have any releavnt examples and don't mind posting them I would be really grateful - I'm particularly intrigued by what the subject - background separation would be like shot wide open, the sharpness and the bokeh.


Thanks !

  440 Views · 10 Replies ( Last reply by Arjay )


Fuji X-E1 with big and heavy lens

Yesterday, 05:22 AM

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

I'm thinking to use my Nikkor 14-24 f2.8 wide angle lens on my Fuji X-E1 body for some landscape shots by using an adapter. Carrying this lens plus a pro body size camera plus tripod is killing my back and arm. Just a bit worried if the body and adapter can support the weight of the lens + filters and holder when screwed on the camera tripod socket. I cannot find a lens tripod foot for the said lens.


Any ideas or suggestions on this one? I'm not looking to buy the Fuji UWA at the moment :)



  371 Views · 8 Replies ( Last reply by noisejammer )


60 minutes film with Joel Meyerowitz

Yesterday, 03:30 AM

Posted by Madebyross in General Photography Talk

This is from Joel Meyerowitz's FaceBook Page


My Retrospective exhibition opened in Dusseldorf 2 weeks ago and has been drawing big crowds to the NRW Forum Museum.

At the same time a new, 60 minute film about me premiered, and can be seen here until November 10th 2014:




password: joelmeyerowitz01

The Director, Ralph Goertz hopes to make this slightly longer for a general Release, so all your comments and input may helps us get distribution. I hope you enjoy the film.




Enjoy !

  368 Views · 12 Replies ( Last reply by charlie3 )


Custom setup question on x-e2

Yesterday, 02:38 AM

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

This morning I thought I would start setting up the custom settings (C1-C7). It appears that custom settings will not allow the file format to be sticky. For example I was trying to set C2 to be b&w jpg and raw. If I am shooting raw then decide to go to the custom menu C2 it will still be just raw and not b&w jpg and raw.


Perhaps I am missing something here. 


It seems to me that custom setting should hold the file type(s) you want to set the custom setting for. If not I really think the custom settings functions is very limited in its usability.


Hopefully I'm doing something wrong here.. 

  208 Views · 1 Replies ( Last reply by TheGreenMan )


Did you buy X-E2, return it and stick with your X-E1?

Yesterday, 01:19 AM

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

Over on DPR forums I read some owners who upgraded from X-E1 to an X-E1 returned their E2s, saying that they just didn't like the differtent colour reproduction of the E2 compared to the E1. I can see for myself that the tone curve and JPEGS look different, and I can see the plastic skin smoothing that seems to hap[pen in E2 high ISO JPEG portraits.


But I was surprised that even some raw shooters said they didn't like E2 raws compared to E1 raws.


I'm a 100% raw shooter.


What is the feeling over here on these forums? Has anyone here gone this route of returning an E2 and sticking to an E1 out of IQ/colour issues?


I'm asking as I am thinking of swapping out my E1 for an E2 for the better AF, but I LOVE the colors from my E1 in Capture One and Lightroom and am concerned about not getting the same great Fuji colours with an E2 without extra PP work?

  635 Views · 14 Replies ( Last reply by GlassEye )


Solar eclipse

Yesterday, 12:56 AM

Posted by wbp in Fuji X Photos

Shot about 1600 images of today's solar eclipse to make a video. Still working on that but here's a still from close to the maximum eclipse. Fujifilm X-T1 with a Stellarvue SVR-90 "Raptor" telescope (630mm focal length f7). The detail in the sunspot group is amazing. Largest spot group I've seen in years.



15589811516_b91d3a44c6_c.jpgDSCF7582_cr by wbphelps, on Flickr

  255 Views · 9 Replies ( Last reply by wbp )


XF 18mm $A179 tax included

23 Oct 2014

Posted by Miyata610 in Where to Buy — Deals — Heads Up
Authorized dealer so full warranty in Australia.


  287 Views · 13 Replies ( Last reply by paul szilard )


eclipse partial blues...

23 Oct 2014

Posted by redshifted in Fuji X Photos

so it begins (sunspots and all)




wicked witch of the west flyby




eclipse fin pour moi




eclipse denouement




today's solar eclipse using an XPro1 and XF55-200mm on a tripod using a cable release shot through a Baader visual strength solar filter and an encroaching layer of Ohio clouds  ;) .


Thanks for looking,


  213 Views · 7 Replies ( Last reply by redshifted )


red eye using nikon SB600

23 Oct 2014

Posted by jay pegg in Troubleshooting

At a recent function I used my X100S with a nikon SB600. Something I hadn't done before. Most of the images had serious redeye! Does anybody know what causes this? jp.

  297 Views · 10 Replies ( Last reply by jay pegg )


What to do on a rainy day - part 2

23 Oct 2014

Posted by jamie allan in Fuji X Photos

Kelvingrove art gallery and museum again. It's an amazing building






The restoration was in part funded by public donation with dedication plaques. My father-in-law was a park warden in Kelvingrove so it seemed fitting to contribute so his and his wife's names were here .




James Pringle - Optician Turned Artist




Old Heads and New







  154 Views · 2 Replies ( Last reply by jamie allan )


What to do on a rainy day

23 Oct 2014

Posted by jamie allan in Fuji X Photos

I had a day off today but the weather was poor. So I visited Kelvingrove gallery and museum. Hope I'm not infringing copyright.


John Reid by Van Gogh. A wee ginger Glaswegian who was an art dealer and friend of Van Gogh.




Salvador Dali - Christ of St. John of the cross. This is hard to get because it's in a poorly lit small room.




Charles Rennie Mackintosh - The Wassail. I wish this was at a better viewing height though PS skew helps greatly.




Margaret MacDonald - The May Queen




Father and Daughter - this is a plaster statue but is lit really harshly so I've tried a black and white image



  176 Views · 4 Replies ( Last reply by jamie allan )

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