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    Stunning, Ewe! Love the aerials.
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    Plus 1 from me!

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    So I took the plunge, and bought the XPro-1. I also got the Fuji M-mount adapter. I'm still trying to figure out the options, and have used it mostly with my M-mount lenses so far. I did pick up the Fujinon 35/1.4, and wow, do I love it!

    Here a sample shot @ 1.4. My granddaughter and I were dropping off Mimi (grandma) at the airport, she was heading out on business, and someone wasn't too happy to see her go.

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    Dang Uwe, when are you going to break down and buy a sharp lens for that thing?

    EXCELLENT work my friend!
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    Chuck,

    thanks.


    >There is actually a problem for some images like this the Silkypix 5 conversion is a problem and Lightroom has issues with fine details.

    Now using Fuji's Raw File Converter. Even if it is also by Silkypix the colors seem to be better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    So I took the plunge, and bought the XPro-1. I also got the Fuji M-mount adapter. I'm still trying to figure out the options, and have used it mostly with my M-mount lenses so far. I did pick up the Fujinon 35/1.4, and wow, do I love it!

    Here a sample shot @ 1.4. My granddaughter and I were dropping off Mimi (grandma) at the airport, she was heading out on business, and someone wasn't too happy to see her go.

    Lloyd.....this is such a beautiful shot.

    Thanks for sharing.......R
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Lloyd.....this is such a beautiful shot.

    Thanks for sharing.......R
    Thank you, Rich. Much appreciated.

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    Lloyd.....this is such a beautiful shot.

    Thanks for sharing.......R
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    So I took the plunge, and bought the XPro-1. I also got the Fuji M-mount adapter. I'm still trying to figure out the options, and have used it mostly with my M-mount lenses so far. I did pick up the Fujinon 35/1.4, and wow, do I love it!

    Here a sample shot @ 1.4. My granddaughter and I were dropping off Mimi (grandma) at the airport, she was heading out on business, and someone wasn't too happy to see her go.


    Just wonderful. This is such a lovely photograph that the camera/lens combination is virtually irrelevant...! Great shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
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    Just wonderful. This is such a lovely photograph that the camera/lens combination is virtually irrelevant...! Great shot.
    I'm grateful for your kindness, gentlemen. Many thanks to you both.

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    Nice to see you here Lloyd - looking forward to more excellent shots from you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    So I took the plunge, and bought the XPro-1. I also got the Fuji M-mount adapter. I'm still trying to figure out the options, and have used it mostly with my M-mount lenses so far. I did pick up the Fujinon 35/1.4, and wow, do I love it!

    Here a sample shot @ 1.4. My granddaughter and I were dropping off Mimi (grandma) at the airport, she was heading out on business, and someone wasn't too happy to see her go.

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    Another from the Cotswolds:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Nice to see you here Lloyd - looking forward to more excellent shots from you.
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    Another from the Cotswolds:
    Thank you David, very nice to be here. I'm really enjoying this camera.

    Lovely, timeless shot. The Cotswolds was one of my favorite parts of the UK, and this is a nice reminder of why.

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    Just trying out the Leica Noctilux f1,0 with the Fuji M-mount adapter. All at f1,0. The first and last are at the minimum focus distance, which seems to increase a bit on the XPro-1:





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    Fantastic caps, Lloyd. Soon, you'll have a wider option (Today!) to shoot with...albeit with less DOF...Great work as always, and so good to have you on the thread!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Fantastic caps, Lloyd. Soon, you'll have a wider option (Today!) to shoot with...albeit with less DOF...Great work as always, and so good to have you on the thread!
    Thanks Ashwin, looking forward to it. I could have used it this morning; sirens woke me about 5:30, I smelled smoke, and found that the neighbor's house down the street was on fire. The firefighters got it under control early, so the damage was not too bad, all things considered. I watched from afar, and only brought out the camera when things were wrapping up.





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    So... I suckered Ashwin into parting with his 18/2. It's mine, all mine!!! (Thanks Ashwin.)

    Anyway, here's my first shot with it. Harsh mid-day sun, but it'll do.

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    A lovely shot of a familiar street. Congrats, Lloyd. I look forward to seeing what you can do. AF with that lens is quite acceptable, best of the bunch. The 35 has the best rendering, but this guy performs admirably well...fingers crossed the Fuji will continue to work to improve AF on the XP-1, as the lenses and system hold so much promise!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    So I took the plunge, and bought the XPro-1. I also got the Fuji M-mount adapter. I'm still trying to figure out the options, and have used it mostly with my M-mount lenses so far. I did pick up the Fujinon 35/1.4, and wow, do I love it!

    Here a sample shot @ 1.4. My granddaughter and I were dropping off Mimi (grandma) at the airport, she was heading out on business, and someone wasn't too happy to see her go.

    Lloyd, congratulations.

    A super capture in ever way.
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    Lloyd, congratulations.

    A super capture in ever way.
    +35 (or is it +36) Excellent Lloyd - not handicapped (might I observe) by the extremely beautiful women in your life!

    Just this guy you know

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd, congratulations.

    A super capture in ever way.
    Thank you, my friend. Very much appreciated.

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    +35 (or is it +36) Excellent Lloyd - not handicapped (might I observe) by the extremely beautiful women in your life!
    Thank you, Jono. And you are correct, just as you likewise are not. (And neither is Rayyan, I might add!)

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    Test posting. Haven't taken pictures for a long while but still lurking this forum for inspirations. Thanks everyone.

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    Beautiful image. Which lens was that?

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    Another with my new (to me) 18. The bokeh is not too bad, and I'm happy with the subject isolation. (Yes, I do need some new bar tape!)


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    Very nice, Uwe. That first one looks like you discovered a cache of Fuji files taken by Matthew Brady.

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    Another with my new (to me) 18. The bokeh is not too bad, and I'm happy with the subject isolation. (Yes, I do need some new bar tape!)

    Lloyd, you seem to be jelling with the x-pro1!! Lovely shots.
    What is your opinion re: the cam, after a bit of use?

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd, you seem to be jelling with the x-pro1!! Lovely shots.
    What is your opinion re: the cam, after a bit of use?

    Regards.
    Rayyan, so far I'm very favorably impressed. I was intimidated a little at first by the menus and buttons, but in use they are actually fairly straight forward. The camera is solid, although lighter than my M8, and well thought out. And the color is really impressive.

    I enjoy using the Leica lenses on the camera, and adapted to the focusing more quickly than I thought I would. That said, I'm also very happy with the two Fuji lenses I have, the 35/1.4 and the 18/2. The 18 equates to about 27mm in standard 35mm terms, and while it's certainly not the 28 Summicron. It's not bad either.

    I agonized for a long time about which option to choose. I was impressed by the Sony NEX7, as well as the Olympus OMD M5. The Fuji ultimately won me over, and so far, I'm very glad it did.
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    Lloyd, the image is perfect and you have a beautiful grand daughter. This is what its all about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttwong View Post
    Lloyd, the image is perfect and you have a beautiful grand daughter. This is what its all about.
    Thank you... on both counts. Much appreciated.

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    First day out here in Amsterdam and did a short wander about with the X-Pro. We'll see how durable the X-Pro 1 is over the next 3 months across Europe.

    Family Walk - X-Pro 1 + 35mm f1.4


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    Very nice, Shawn. Very interesting to me to see a shot with the CV 12mm. I love using the CV 15 on the X-Pro1, so the 12mm is on the radar.

    I suspect you've chosen an excellent traveling companion. Looking forward to the results.

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    This is a followup to my shot of one week ago. Mimi is back from her trip, and someone could not be happier to be back to business as usual. These two are inseparable. (Truth be told, I'm pretty glad she's back too!)

    With the CV 15/4.5 @ 5.5, ISO 6400:
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    A few from the XPro-1 and some legendary rangefinder lenses (Konica 60 mm f/1.2 Hexanon, Leica 24 mm Summilux asph, 80 Summilux R, 35 mm f/1.4 Summilux FLE)....

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    Ashwin!! Great stuff. Didn't know you had that Konica! Lust!!
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    Ashwin!! Great stuff. Didn't know you had that Konica! Lust!!
    Hi Lloyd, it's not mine, but being borrowed. I really dig the lens, but it's not a long term proposition, and I feel that much of the same look can be acheived with the 50 C-Sonnar...bokeh is hit and miss, but definitely styled uniquely.
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    A few from this evening's wedding. XPro-1 and fancy glass...







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    Wow. Great shots! Truly. Love the b/w here too. Nicely done.
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    Ashwin....this one really stands out for me...

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    A few from this evening's wedding. XPro-1 and fancy glass...


    Uwe.....I love this shot.

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    I went small today....






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    With the high ISO capability of this camera, I am never afraid to raise the shutter speed or go with a smaller aperture.

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    Very nice Rich!

    One from yesterday:

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    Another Macro (60mm Fuji):
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    Nice detail work, David... and Rich.

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