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    BigT - Today, 03:56 PM

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  • Pedro1948Photo
    Moin Moin from Mannheim - Germany

    Pedro1948 - Today, 03:52 PM

    Greetings Jonas from wet and windy Wales. A warm welcome to the forum, you will find many helpful, friendly and knowledgeable people on here. I hav...

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    x100s Snaps: My little guy.

    i am David - Today, 03:47 PM

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    FS: Fuji 18mm f2 R

    mlcinema - Today, 03:44 PM

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    A fallen hero

    Rodney9 - Today, 03:40 PM

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    A fallen hero

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    Moin Moin from Mannheim - Germany

    Rodney9 - Today, 03:27 PM

    Welcome Jonas from Down Under

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    X-T1 Lensmate Thumbrest Update

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  • victorlaszloPhoto
    Recommend me an auto flash

    victorlaszlo - Today, 03:23 PM

    Come on guys... :) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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    Is the X-T1's mic input powered?

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    X-T1 Lensmate Thumbrest Update

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    X Series Abstracts

    Stephen Chanasyk - Today, 03:20 PM

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  • IshPhoto
    A very happy X100S shutterbug!

    Ish - Today, 03:20 PM

    Welcome Kiron! Look forward to seeing you on here :) I've a very similar story to yours too, as have many people on the forum. Some beautiful...

  • Stephen ChanasykPhoto
    X Series Abstracts

    Stephen Chanasyk - Today, 03:18 PM

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    Mountain Photography by Colin Prior

    Happy Haggis - Today, 03:14 PM

    Yes, he's a great landscape photographer. We share the same camera shop!

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    adsinger - Today, 03:03 PM

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  • Nick45Photo
    XF 55-200mm focus problem!

    Nick45 - Today, 03:00 PM

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  • 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.

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    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

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  • 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...

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Saudi Desert

Today, 01:18 PM

Posted by freshlikesushi in Fuji X Photos

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 attraction at this particular spot.  Lovely area for sure.  Had a great time and some great photos

 

15600056706_6ba1fe4e63_c.jpgcamping by Flsimages, on Flickr

 

15600943396_313debffc5_c.jpgcamping-8 by Flsimages, on Flickr

 

15002334654_24186e50bc_c.jpgstair trail 3 by Flsimages, on Flickr

 

15624422325_348e820e09_c.jpgcamping-5 by Flsimages, on Flickr

 

15624346305_b272bc0809_c.jpgcamping-7 by Flsimages, on Flickr

 

 

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Moin Moin from Mannheim - Germany

Today, 12:55 PM

Posted by MAXJONES in Members - Introductions

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 also Nikon. This Forum always gave me some usefull tipps and helped me pushing my photography further. Now i want to give back some of my experiences.

 

See you :)

 

Jonas

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Can't get EF-42 flash to fire from X-E2

Today, 10:39 AM

Posted by iceman1 in X-E1 and X-E2 Discussion

I am sure I'm missing something simple here. Just want to do some simple hotshoe on camera flash with my EF-42 attached to my X-E2. Batteries are fully charged, Press the shutting button and flash does not do anything. Not even seeing the red AF assist light. I switched between TTL and manual with the same result. The flash recognizes my attached 35mm and 55-200mm lens. I can press the test/charge button on the flash it it fires as it should. The camera is just not triggering it. Shooting in full manual on the camera itself. Do need to have something enabled?

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Pomegranate

Today, 10:03 AM

Posted by Aby_Cat in Fuji X Photos

I was at a local nursery and they had a pomegranate tree loaded with fruit. I couldn't resist taking a shot. Taken with X-T1 and 23mm. ISO 200, 1/320, f/2.8

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Autumn-ish X100s

Today, 09:20 AM

Posted by alans in Fuji X Photos

I've been a reader and occasional poster for a while now, have greatly enjoyed many posters' photos, and thought it was time to share a few of my own from my X100S. These are just a handful that I personally liked from the past handful of months; as a set they are very autumnal, though a few were from back in the summer.

 

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at Publik, Park City by atschussman, on Flickr

 

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Off-season ski prep by atschussman, on Flickr

 

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Autumn aspens by atschussman, on Flickr

 

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Cool weather walk by atschussman, on Flickr

 

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Market basket by atschussman, on Flickr

 

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Plymouth Fury III by atschussman, on Flickr

 

 

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A fallen hero

Today, 07:54 AM

Posted by infinapix in Fuji X Photos

Yesterday when I was coming home from work, I stopped at a highway overpass to pay my respects to a fallen hero. Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was killed while guarding the war memorial in our Nation's Capital. His body was transported down the Highway of Heroes (HWY 401) from Ottawa to his hometown of Hamilton, ON. The gathering of military personelle, citizens, police officers, firefighters and all other walks of life was such a patriotic sight to see.

We have pride, we have courage, we have strength, but most importantly, we have heart. The way we have come together as Canadians recently is the very definition of what it is to be Canadian.

 

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Fallen Hero by Adam C Photography, on Flickr

Kingston Firefighters look on and honour the passing of Cpl Nathan Cirillo as his body is transported on the Highway of Heros to his hometown of Hamilton, ON.

 

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Canada Strong by Adam C Photography, on Flickr

Kingston Firefighters use their ladder to proudly display the Canadian flag as Cpl Nathan Cirillo's body is transported to his hometown of Hamilton, ON on the Highway of Heroes

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Printers

Today, 06:50 AM

Posted by Pete15 in General Photography Talk

Any advice on an affordable quality printer.  I like the Epson R2000, any feedback on this printer, or any other for that matter, would be appreciated.  

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Soft Release for XT-1 ?

Today, 05:54 AM

Posted by wyknot in X-T1 Discussion

Hello All,

Had one on my X Pro. Waiting for my XT-1 to arrive ( today or Monday ). Is the shutter button on the XT-1 the screw-in type like the X Pro and can it be replaced ?

TIF

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Balancing Light

Today, 05:42 AM

Posted by Jimbo70 in X100, X100S and X100T Discussion
One of the best features of the X100 series cameras is the leaf shutter. Trying to balance outdoor and indoor light when doing home interiors is always a problem. With the X series there are two ways to approach it. One, you take a reading of the exterior light through the window and make the necessary adjustments to the camera and flash and then shoot. Or two, in manual mode you set the aperture to the desired amount and then turn the shutter speed dial until the outdoor light looks right in the LCD. Then shoot several shots at various flash power settings. The flash settings usually range from 1/16 to 1/2 power depending on the size of the room. I have a X100S and Yongnuo 560II flash. This method is very fast. Attached are two incorrectly and one correctly exposed photos.

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X100s problem and below average follow up from Fuji Thailand

Today, 05:17 AM

Posted by AxelThailand in Troubleshooting
Hi,

After keeping my Fuji X100S at home for 3 month without use (in travel without taking the camera with me), I met some various problems with it when back at home. Already created a thread about these problems and after a firmware update, thought all was solves but it was not...
So, approx 3 weeks ago, I sent the camera to Fuji Thailand (I am located in Thailand actually) for full check and yesterday, asked them for "news" : they not even checked the camera yet !!! I do not find this as very professional...

Moreover, the buying guaranty 1 year is expired, owning this camera for 15 months now... So, I am also afraid of the repair cost they will inform (soonest I hope). But on the other hand, the camera get wrong itself, no link with my personal use as far as it started to fail after long "no use" time...

For all these reasons, do you think I should report the story to the Fuji main company and if yes, where to contact them, in Japan ???

PS. Also, I think I am good Fuji customer as far as owning the X-T1 in addition to the X100S, together with some good and expensive Fuji primes...

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This mac app is a load of fun: Instant: The Polaroid Instant Photos

Today, 03:52 AM

Posted by rpavich in Forum Cafe - Everything Off Topic
This Mac app is a hoot!

You just drag images to the camera and they come out of the Polaroid camera and "develop" in about a minute.

You can also get the iPad and iPhone app also.

Loads of fun.

http://itunes.apple....482262245?mt=12

And the photo is my desktop with the camera on it an a few images.

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A very happy X100S shutterbug!

Today, 03:09 AM

Posted by kironz in Members - Introductions

Hi Guys!

 

Happy to be part of this wonderful forum.  A big thanks to Fuji for helping me rekindle my passion which was kind of subdued by the massive Canon equipments and pain of carrying those around. My search for a capable backup and small camera ended up in X100S(luckily!). Somehow that retro design really took me back to my awesome film days(yes!! Fuji colors)

 

To be honest at that point I was still underestimating it as a usual 'design gimmick'. But somehow that specs caught my attention and I always wanted to give a try on mirror less camera. I was wondered with the pricing for this little one and it was almost equal to my Canon70D! But I always admired Fuji for the colors and after a very long research and online review forums, I decided to experiment. Ever since the first day, this camera has been with me whenever I stepped outside!  Just LOVING IT!!!! :pic:

First thing is its amazing picture quality. Blown away! Canon, you are gone!

Body is very non-intrusive and perfect size for a carry-anywhere camera. Silent-shutter, beautiful bokehs, excellent ISO capabilities, film like colors, gorgeous B&W filters.. Come on, what more you can expect from the price tag of this little wonder! 
 

Only regret which I have is, I missed X100T for a matter of 40 Days :( I wanted to use intervalometer and remote shooting but somehow relieved to see that there are not many big changes from X100S.. :phew:

 

Most of the recent shots in my London Series are from X100S
https://500px.com/kironz

 

 

Thanks for your time, friends!

I will try my best to be active in this community.

Thanks,

Kiron

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WEX 5% Off Special on Fuji - UK Buyers

Yesterday, 10:59 PM

Posted by robert in Fujifilm X News & Rumors

Click this link and enter code FUJI-5

 

Offer good from today thru next Friday

 

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x100s Snaps: My little guy.

Yesterday, 07:43 PM

Just posting for fun: My little guy playing a xylophone on the street during a day out recently.

Used slightly tweaked Presets. (they can be bought off Etsy for $5. 14 matte and retro Presets: HERE: )

 

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A new batch........

Yesterday, 06:50 PM

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

Well my wife did not care at all for the white plain field to display her beads......

 

I am taking her beads right now, here is one of them, 3 views.

 

I tried to tweak the light source in a manner that would minimize the glare, and too I dropped my angle of capture down to almost horizontal, hoping to leave the reflection above my focal point.....

 

What you guys think?

 

 

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UK supplier of Match Technical Ladybug soft shutter release?

Yesterday, 03:37 PM

Posted by Hooky in Fuji X Accessories

Hello guys n gals,

 

I am after a red ladybug soft shutter release from Match Technical for my recently acquired X-Pro1.

 

Does anyone know of a way of getting one in the UK that doesn't involve $57 P&P?!

 

Any advice greatfully received.

 

Thanks, Alan 

 

 

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