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    RedWagon - Today, 02:03 PM

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  • macroeniePhoto
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    macroenie - Today, 01:59 PM

    Welcome, I live in Noord-Holland as well and share the same name :thumbsu: Owned a x100 before 2.x came out, now using a x100s with wcl-x100....

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Yesterday, 07:20 PM

Posted by nhxp in About the Fuji X Forum

Some of the posts have the number of replies shown but how do you see the replies? Once in a while the question is something of interest to other than the original poster.



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NYC by Fuji X100S - part 2

Yesterday, 06:21 PM

Posted by tsouto in Fuji X Photos


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XT1 Remote Via Fuji App

Yesterday, 06:19 PM

Posted by Adam in X-T1 Discussion



Please excuse my ignorance.


I realise that you have to connect the X-T1 and the Fuji App initially via use of WIFI.


Once that link has been established , Can the Fuji App be used to control the camera in a "non" wifi signal area ? 


Sorry if this is a somewhat stupid question.




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New Blog Post

Yesterday, 06:11 PM

Posted by gene lowinger in Fuji X Photos

After my previous post, quite a few people visited my blog (thanks to all that did, warmed my heart to share my Fuji photos). So, this will take you to another post.

But I just figured out how to attach a file, so here's one from the blog:

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Free Creativelive XT1 webcast today

Yesterday, 04:04 PM

Posted by gregory in X-T1 Discussion

For those that use the Fuji X-T1 or just have an interest in the camera features, there is a free online creative class today at creativelive.com.

The webcast is online free from 9am to 4pm pacific time today. Tutor is John Greengo. May help some people with getting to grips with the camera features.


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Cinematic Look

Yesterday, 03:16 PM

Posted by (c)ow in Fuji X Photos
A post on fstoppers.com inspired me to give this a try. Images processed in LR 5, black bars added in PS. More images on my blog





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Hello from Alkmaar, the Netherlands

Yesterday, 02:13 PM

Posted by JeJo in Members - Introductions
Yesterday, after several weeks of reading many Fuji x related articles and forums, I bought my first Fuji camera: a X100 Black LE (#7720).

Choosing between the X100 and the X100S was not very easy, but the availability of firmware 2.x (af !) and the many positive comments regarding the image quality lead me to the X100. And I wanted a black camera, so it had to be the LE. I'm glad several shops in the Netherlands still offer new black LE's.

First impressions, after installing firmware 2.10:
- AF seems ok to me
- Nice weight and size
- I used the supplied black case (for travelling), and attach the hood while photographing; no good; I think I'll use the half case and some other case/bag that fits the camera with hood for travelling. Why do they sell a camera with hood and a case that is not big enough?
- I like using the OVF
- some picture slightly overexposed (in bright, sunny wheather)

Plans for the future:
- learning the camera step by step
- start a 365 day or 52 weeks project.

Glad I can join this forum and I hope we can learn a lot from each other.


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The empire state of darkness

Yesterday, 11:43 AM

Posted by Ink. in Fuji X Photos


I'd like to present You the low key view of skyscrapers located in my hometown Poznan/Poland.



The empire state of darkness by rzuc-butem, on Flickr



What do You think?


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Hi from South Africa

Yesterday, 09:36 AM

Posted by PeterBendheim in Members - Introductions

New to this forum, new to Fuji after using Nikon professionally all my life. It's a whole new road to travel but enjoying immensely using a camera that doesn't feel like a kitchen appliance, but a real camera, and produces files that don't look plastic. I'm a documentary photographer primarily @ www.peterbendheim.com

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Hello from Tyresö Sweden!

Yesterday, 09:23 AM

Posted by ToHast in Members - Introductions



Finally, I too can be an X-man. After a long time paining for an x-cam my X-E2 has arrived! Looking forward to make some great photos. Already I have pre-set it for B&W. Let's see what comes out?




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shot some beach soccer with the X-E2 & 18-55mm

Yesterday, 08:39 AM

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

I know it's not the 55-200 or 50-230 but I don't have one yet...I think I can salvage some surf shooting with this and one of those two lenses, tho.  different lenses, I know but the AF wasn't too bad....no worse than a 6D for sure.


not sure how to link to flickr now...so I DL'd a large copy from flickr to upload...



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X-T1 Exposure Compensation Dial Sticky, Stiff....

Yesterday, 08:27 AM

Posted by Pablito in X-T1 Discussion

Maybe those who have used the X-T1 quite a bit have an opinion about this.


The exposure compensation dial on my X-T1 is not so easy to use. It feels a bit stiff, and the detents don't click in positively. Sometimes I go to move it by one-third of a stop and it skips beyond (it moves too far) 


Now, I know the exposure compensation dial is known to be harder to move than on other Fuji cameras - this was covered in various reviews. On the X100S, for instance, the dial clicks very decisively into each detent. 


But with my X-T1, it takes just a bit of effort to make sure it's actually "clicked in", the detents feel mushy rather than decisive. Also when you use enough force to move the dial, it tends to go farther than you intended, beyond the next detent.


Not a big deal but wondering if anyone has experienced this, and, if so, has it gotten better or worse with use. I've got about 2,000 clicks on the camera and the "issue" seems to have gotten worse, not better. 


It's still under warranty, but I'd hate to send in a fully functional camera for something they may not be able to do anything about...

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Hello from the sunny south coast UK

Yesterday, 06:46 AM

Posted by Steve.B in Members - Introductions
Hello from West Sussex, I have just bit the bullet and ordered a X-T1 plus 18-55 as a carry round camera for street use etc in the hope it will be a bit more discreet than my Nikon D700 and 24-70.. It arrives tomorrow and I can't wait to get my hands on it..


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X-T1 Leather case

Yesterday, 06:04 AM

Posted by icnoble in X-T1 Discussion

Has any one got one of these, if so would you recommend it? 



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X-T1 screen protector UK supplier

Yesterday, 06:00 AM

Posted by icnoble in X-T1 Discussion

Just to let you know that I have just bought this screen protector for the X-T1 and is excellent.


http://www.cameracle...r for Fuji X-T1

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10-24mm Big Stopper

Yesterday, 06:00 AM

Posted by fac123 in Fuji X Accessories

Hi All 


Sorry if this is posted in the wrong place.


I received my 10-24 and 35mm today . I bought the 10-24 for landscapes for use with a Lee Big Stopper 100mm filter.

I used to use it on a EF17-40mm which was a 77mm filter the 10-24 is a 72 so i bought an stepping ring to make up the difference.


With the 72mm stepping ring attached and the lee 77mm wide-angle ring attached there is no vignette at all at 10mm. I was expecting a little at least say 10-12 but there is none.


The build quality is superb with no hint of plastic. The only very minor minus point i can find is i wish the aperture numbers were on the lens like they are on the primes etc.


Thanks for looking .



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