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  • KeithTPhoto

    Welcome to the site and have fun with you Fuji!

  • BandjePhoto
    2 lens choice for holiday

    Bandje - Today, 10:00 AM

    Like some have said here before: it depends on what kind of photography you want to do on your holiday. Personally I would probably go with the 35...

  • socal44Photo
    X Series Landscapes

    socal44 - Today, 09:59 AM

    Along the June Lake Loop in eastern California. XT-1 10-24.  DSCF0940 edit by redhawk44 , on Flickr

  • trainerPhoto
    Fuji X-E1 with big and heavy lens

    trainer - Today, 09:58 AM

    Something to consider. The Nikkor weighs 2.13 lbs. and is slightly more than 5.2 inches long.The Fuji  x 50- 140 weighs slightly more and is 8...

  • socal44Photo
    X Series Landscapes

    socal44 - Today, 09:57 AM

    Carson City, NV Courthouse. XT-1 10-24  DSCF0892 edit by redhawk44 , on Flickr

  • Valentin RizvanPhoto
    FS: (UK) Fuji 18-55mm Lens

    Valentin Rizvan - Today, 09:41 AM

    For sale Fujinon XF18-55mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS Lens. The lens comes from a X-T1 kit and is unused. I can post photos if needed but probably there's no...

  • brettaraosPhoto
    x100s in San Fran

    brettaraos - Today, 09:39 AM

    Thanks guys ! I actually started with some of Eric Kim's film presets for lightroom but tweaked it to my liking

  • GlassEyePhoto

    I think X-E2 has X-Trans II while X-E1 has X-Trans (same as X-Pro). I have X-T1 and X-Pro1 and shot them side by side during anaglyph project, usin...

  • SilvioRPhoto
    3rd party manual macro lens

    SilvioR - Today, 09:20 AM

    More or less like Albertin, I use a 105mm f4 micro-nikkor Ais, great lens, 47cm (18.5")  minimum focusing distance means a greater working dis...

  • davidwrightphotoPhoto
    Fuji X100T ship date?

    davidwrightphoto - Today, 09:15 AM

    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 say...

  • wbpPhoto
    Solar eclipse

    wbp - Today, 09:14 AM

    noisejammer: The seeing was actually not that great, but I shot 1600 images at 1/2000 second and managed to catch a few good ones. Alan: yes t...

  • GlassEyePhoto
    3rd party manual macro lens

    GlassEye - Today, 09:13 AM

    I think this boils down to question "what does 56mm have that 60mm does not and how does that apply to what you do?" Macro is arguably mostly focus...

  • visorvetPhoto
    EDIT: The obligatory X100T Wait Thread :)

    visorvet - Today, 09:11 AM

    Question for those of you who have been poring over the specs of the x100t. I would love to have some manual control of the internal flash, even if...

  • ArbibPhoto
    3rd party manual macro lens

    Arbib - Today, 09:09 AM

    Since you sold your XF60, I would guess a bit longer reach...a 3rd party 105 will cost between $300-450 for the BRANDED ones (N/C/P/M).... The...

  • NandoPhoto
    FT - 18-135 for 18-55 and 55-200

    Nando - Today, 09:07 AM

    Hi Bryan,  Sent you a PM..I think. It was responding funny.

  • BlazerPhoto

    Wow... that's a lot of gear if you are concerned about room on a bike... I'd max out with something like X-E2, 18, 27 or 35, 60, spare batteries......

  • DobsonPhoto
    Fuji X-E1 with big and heavy lens

    Dobson - Today, 09:03 AM

    I would be most concerned carrying the camera/lens by the strap while hiking. Lots of bouncing. A sling around the lens would help a lot there. I...

  • GregWardPhoto

    I'm not close to Canon developments (having switched to Nikon when they changed lens mounts back in the old film days I'm afraid!) - but aren't the...

  • FujimotoPhoto

    Why would it make you happy that he hates his 6D?

  • visorvetPhoto

    I would never take as much as you have on your list. When I travel with a lot of gear 3/4 of it never gets used, and I waste time worrying about wh...

  • AperturepriorityPhoto
    60 minutes film with Joel Meyerowitz

    Aperturepriority - Today, 08:45 AM

    I thoroughly enjoyed watching it - something inspiring for a rainy day. Thankyou.

  • wood-n-photographyPhoto
    Fuji X-E1 with big and heavy lens

    wood-n-photography - Today, 08:42 AM

    Hi I have the nikon14-24mm lens and a d800e plus a fuji xt-1. I Nikon lens is very heavy and my main concern would be if I mounted the xt-1 on. Tr...

  • DownderoadPhoto
    EDIT: The obligatory X100T Wait Thread :)

    Downderoad - Today, 08:41 AM

    Okay we have between 2 and 4 weeks to wait so I thought I would ask a few questions to those who have had experience with the X100/X100S. It is mos...

  • AlbertInFrancePhoto
    3rd party manual macro lens

    AlbertInFrance - Today, 08:40 AM

    Very nice. Usually flower close-ups leave me cold, but this I like. On the other hand it's not very macro.  :P   105mm Nik...

  • FujimotoPhoto
    EDIT: The obligatory X100T Wait Thread :)

    Fujimoto - Today, 08:40 AM

    Wait, what? Is Adorama usually pretty accurate with their release dates?

  • adsingerPhoto

    I do lots of motorcycle touring combined with photography (see my website) and am a minimalist when traveling. My last tour I took the X100S and th...

  • HawkmoonPhoto

    I'm not much of a portrait guy, and I've only been borrowing the lens for a couple days, but here's my contribution. F3.6 IMG_20141024_082043.jpg...

  • DobsonPhoto

    And here's a crop. I'm pretty sure this is the sharpest lens I've ever used, and probably the sharpest Fuji X.

  • DobsonPhoto

    I'm not much of a portrait guy, and I've only been borrowing the lens for a couple days, but here's my contribution. F3.6 F4

  • ysarexPhoto
    3rd party manual macro lens

    ysarex - Today, 08:25 AM

    Also not a heavy macro user but I do some and a lot of closeups of my wife's flowers. I don't want AF in macro mode and I didn't want to spend the...


Fuji X100T ship date?

Today, 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!





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

Today, 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.

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3rd party manual macro lens

Today, 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.

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Request for xf60mm 3/4 - full length portrait samples

Today, 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 !

  194 Views · 8 Replies ( Last reply by Hawkmoon )


Fuji X-E1 with big and heavy lens

Today, 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 :)



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60 minutes film with Joel Meyerowitz

Today, 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 !

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Custom setup question on x-e2

Today, 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.. 

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

Today, 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?

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Solar eclipse

Today, 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

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XF 18mm $A179 tax included

Yesterday, 08:10 PM

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


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


eclipse partial blues...

Yesterday, 07:00 PM

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,


  144 Views · 6 Replies ( Last reply by Aperturepriority )


red eye using nikon SB600

Yesterday, 05:48 PM

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.

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What to do on a rainy day - part 2

Yesterday, 03:04 PM

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







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What to do on a rainy day

Yesterday, 02:46 PM

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



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HDMI liveview output ?

Yesterday, 02:15 PM

Posted by Sam66 in X-M1 and X-A1 Discussion

Does anyone know if you can get a live view out from the HDMI port on the X-M1 or X-A1?


If you connected to an external monitor could you see the view from the camera or is HDMI only used in playback mode?

  88 Views · 1 Replies ( Last reply by paul szilard )


2 lens choice for holiday

Yesterday, 02:10 PM

Posted by macvisual in X-Pro1 Discussion
Hi all, off on holiday from the start of November for a week away to Fuerteventura.

I don't want to bring all four of my Fuji X lenses as it would be too bulky etc, so here's my current lens line up for my X-Pro1 body;
XF 10-24mm -- XF 35mm -- XF 60mm -- XF 55-200mm.

I was think about bringing both the XF 10-24mm and the XF 60mm.

Any advice appreciated.


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