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Yesterday, 05:09 PM

Posted by daniel5on in Members - Introductions

Hi guys,

 

I have been a hobbyist with a DSLR for about 2-3 years. I was looking to upgrade to full frame and last summer I heard about the X100S & X-T1, figured I would see what the all the clamor was about over in the Fuji camp.

 

Im glad I did because I immediately fell in love with the system. 

 

I just picked up a Fuji X-T1 and the 23mm 1.4.

 

Excited to be in the Fuji realm now!

 

Please give me some new user tips/tricks!

 

Thanks!

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Yesterday, 04:38 PM

Posted by fxylxy in General

18th April 2015, a spectacular sunset over London, I grabbed my wellies and dragged a friend with me to get this.

 

18 shot panorama Fuji X100S, ISO400, F11, stitched with PTGUI. Original file size over 200megapixels.

 

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X30 screen protector

Yesterday, 04:35 PM

Posted by handyguy in X10, X20 and X30 Forum

Hi,

I have not been able to find a glass screen protector for the back of the X30. Has anyone in the community found one?

FYI, these are the dimensions:

Metric mm : 69 x 45 (diagonal 83)

Imperial inches: 2.75 x 1.75 (diagonal 3.25)

 

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Updates

Yesterday, 02:46 PM

Posted by Alice in General X Camera Forum

Just updated my XT-1, 18-135, 18-55, and 10-24.  I would have rather had splinters put under my fingernails.  I just have a hard time with all the steps.  

 

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Greetings from Oz!

Yesterday, 02:24 PM

Posted by Odille in Members - Introductions

I am a long time photographer, having first been handed a camera, Mum's old Franka rangefinder (wish I still had it) at age 7.  Came to digital when it first haopoened via the Siony Mavu=ica 4 shots to a small floppy disk camera - those were the days!  My first DSLR was the Canon 300D, which I foolishly expected to take the lenses from my film T90, ha ha.  Have moved through 20D, 40D, 1DsMkII (2 of those) but sold the last full frame to fund the Fuji X-T1 body I purchased last week.

 

I also have 2 medium format digital setups, a Hasselbald HG2, and a Mamiya 645DF, with various lenses and things.  I've found the Mamiya kit doesn't really suit me, I just cannot get used to it, so have it up for sale to fund a new back for the Blad, or maybe a big investment in Fuji lenses.

 

I'd contemplated downsizing for a while, as now I am in my 60s, have chronic arthritis (from an old, undiagnosed break 30 years ago) in my left ankle, and also in right knee and a bad back to boot.  So the big guns were just getting to be too much for me.  I saw an X-M1 and 16-50 lens for sale on the Fuji X Facebook group some months ago.  I sold my 40D to purchase it (very reasonable - an 'unwanted present", so I could see how I liked the system.  I'd read a lot of good things about it and a couple of pro mates told me it was good.

 

Have to say I am delighted with it.  Have purchased the SC 50-230 as well - the XC lenses are excellent for their price, and the system as a while really suits me.  So I sold the big Canon and a light meter to fund the purchase of a higher end body, the X-T1, which came with no less than 3=4 batteries, 2 chargers - one for the car, the MHG-XT Large handgrip, and a couple of other bibs and bobs.  I am a very happy camper and as soon as it's daylight am off on a photo trek as we've had an early snowfall up in the hills.

 

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Samyang 300mm f/6.3 ED UMC CS Reflex Mirror Lens

Yesterday, 01:54 PM

Posted by Odille in Adapted Lens Forum

Has anyone used the Samyang 300mm f/6.3 ED UMC CS Reflex Mirror Lens (Fujifilm X Mount)?  It's affordable - $AUD319.00 at Kogan and longer than what is currently available for X bodies.

 

I'm hoping to sell some gear to put the money aside for the promised Fujinon 100-400 (2016) but until then I'd like something longer.

 

Or would I be better off with a Canon FD-X converter and use my old lenses, I have a 500mm mirror lens in that lot.  If I do that, do I need an expensive one, or do the more affordable ones do the job?

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Wireless communication doesn't work, X100T

Yesterday, 01:00 PM

Posted by eco_bach in X100, X100S and X100T Forum
Trying to get wireless to work with X100T

1 Select wireless communication in X100T menu
2 turn on wifi on either iPad or android phone and select new Fuji X100T access point
3 launch Fuji photo receive app and click CONNECT.
4 Always get error ' Can't connect'. WTF?

Is there possibly a software update that would resolve this!

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XPro1 w/35mm 1.4 and Hoya #1 diopter

Yesterday, 12:50 PM

Posted by Jannie in X-Pro1 Forum

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XPro1 w/27mm and 11mm Extension tube

Yesterday, 12:43 PM

Posted by Jannie in X-Pro1 Forum

I picked up a FujiX 11mm extension tube yesterday and tried to go out to test it. By saying tried, the breezes picked up and I spent a lot of time trying to get anything LOL. But I shot with the ISO on auto so these images are anywhere between ISO 200 and 1600 and f stops are all over the place, I just went by how it looked in the viewfinder. I found, and it might be because I'm older and wear trifocals, I had to use auto focus even thought I prefer manual focus on such things. I have not had much success with the X-Pro1 and manual focus, and I do have it set on high peak but alas, often not good. I would buy a 6 or 8mm extension tube if they made one, I just want to get closer but not macro. 

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Kood Pocket Camera Clamp mini review

Yesterday, 12:35 PM

Posted by Rob M Poole in Fuji X Accessories
I was in my local camera shop before Easter looking to get a gorillapod or maybe a manfrotto pixi. The salesman suggested one of these though http://www.koodinter...mera-clamp.html

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I must admit that I wasn't sure at first but the light weight and small design looked interesting and for £12 I thought it was worth a punt.

The construction is plastic which I suppose cuts down on weight but may not take much of a hammering.

The double ball head is good and allows a lot of movement. But the weight of the x100 means that in portrait you need to support it when using the fold out legs. The legs fold out when you pull them but a switch needs to be pressed to fold them back which secures the legs when out but can be a little fiddly.

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The clamp again is plastic but it feels secure when attached to a railing and I was never worried about it.

Overall I'm happy with the purchase and it has gained a place in my camera bag or back pocket when out and about.

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Fujian CCTV 25mm f/1.2 lens HELP!

Yesterday, 12:29 PM

Posted by lightchasr in Adapted Lens Forum
My husband just got both of us a Fujian CCTV 25mm f/1.2 lens with the C-FX adapter based on a recommendation.

Does anyone have any hints on using this strange beast? I am using several adapted vintage lenses and despite their quirks, they are pretty simple. This one is just drafted confusing!

I want to work with it and see what it can do (it IS a gift!), but right now it is a frustration.

I would appreciate any feedback on anyone using this with your Fuji X camera and resulting imGes would be a bonus!

Thanks!

P.S. Please excuse me if I missed a post on this as I searched the board & only saw a post on the 35mm version & it did not explain much. So forgive me if I am re-asking an old question!

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Pancake XF 27mm

Yesterday, 12:25 PM

Posted by 5ivesense in Fuji X-Mount Lens Forum

A friend of mine was at a Major League baseball game last night and sent me some pics from his camera phone (candids mostly, not baseball action).  He's got the XT-1 but didn't take it with him because even with the 18-55mm attached, it was still too big (relatively speaking) to take as he was in part herding 7 kids under the age of 6 with him!

 

We got to talking (texting) about how good an X100T would be for such occasions and I suggested that we'd both enjoy having the XF 27mm f/2.8 pancake for our XT-1s.  It would turn the XT-1 into a pocket powerhouse, with the ability to switch back to the zoom when needed.  The other obvious advantage is that although the camera becomes sizewise like a point and shoot, it will still produce outstanding IQ in a small package.

 

For those who own the XF 27mm, what is your practical experience with this lens?  Good sharpness?  Fast?  Worth the cost?

 

Thanks!

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Focus indication

Yesterday, 12:20 PM

Posted by MrsX in Adapted Lens Forum

Hi,

 

When using a fully manual Pentax lens with a Novoflex adapter on a XE 2, is the camera able to show (know) when the lens is in focus or not?

I have tried most combinations of setting but nothing makes the square turn green :-(

I seem to remember when using these lenses on a Pentax DSLR, that the camera would indicate when focus was correct - even if it was achieved manually.

 

Thanks for your advice

 

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To S or to T

Yesterday, 11:52 AM

Posted by Shiva Traanman in X100, X100S and X100T Forum

I have the X100 and all i hear frome everyone is that i have to get the S or even the T. But i have some inner feeling that its not that big of a difference.. is it just me or should is collect some money for a upgrade? My feeling is to stick with the X100 until someting really nice comes out.. like a full Rangefinder or something.. i'm waiting for that to happen, or is that a silly dream...

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Eye sensor cup or other fix for strong backlight

Yesterday, 10:32 AM

Posted by diforbes in X100, X100S and X100T Forum

The single most frustrating thing about using the X100 is the position of the eye sensor, which if exposed to strong back light, turns off the EVF and the OVF overlays. I like to shoot in low-angle light, often with sun to my back. My eye doesn't cover all of the viewfinder and sensor array to prevent the sunlight from hitting the sensor. Has anyone found a fix or workaround for this? Thanks.

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I Shot a Parade

Yesterday, 08:53 AM

Posted by GaryX in General

Anniversary Parade

Hawaiian Gardens, California

 

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"Piper Point" Sunrise 4.18.2015

Yesterday, 08:20 AM

Posted by justbeckman in Landscape

“Piper Point” this morning. I spend as much time along the lake as anyone I know. Today was one of the strangest experiences. We arrived early for the long hike ahead of us. It was dead calm, as flat as I have ever seen the big lake. We shot and packed up. As we started to make the trek back to our vehicles we began to hear a roar. All of a sudden it was like a hurricane. The wind was so strong and constant. Within a couple of minutes the lake went from glass to white caps. Never experienced that before without some sort of storm front.

 

Taken just north of Milwaukee WI on the Lake Michigan shoreline.  A couple more from this morning can be found here  http://www.justinleephotos.com/blog/

 

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And the setup from my X100S

 

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Shoreline Variations with X20

Yesterday, 04:55 AM

Posted by morhafren in X10, X20 and X30 Forum
Even the XT-1 feels big compared with the X20, which I can comfortably wrap my fingers around as long as it's on a wrist strap. X20 is a very handy camera when I'm not going out specifically to take photographs and want to avoid stopping every five seconds on a walk. It's smaller than the X30, too, which is an incentive not to upgrade just yet. All pictures taken at Ogmore-by-Sea, South Wales:
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Adobe Slate

Yesterday, 03:57 AM

In this thread I came across a new App from Adobe: Slate

http://www.fujix-for...ncert/?p=403682

It's kinda cool App in which you can very quick build a visual story and share over the web. I made a "micro" review of this service on my blog:

http://oliver-wendel...ng-adobe-slate/

Oli

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Derwent Water

Yesterday, 03:33 AM

Posted by fac123 in Landscape

Morning All

 

I had a walk around Derwent Water this morning.It was a cracking morning although it was cold.

 

All taken with the XT(except the last one) and the 10-24mm lens as it was slightly windy i used the Lee Big Stopper to calm the water.

 

Thanks for looking :)

 

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45 second shutter @ f18 ISO200

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