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    Hi Peter, no problem. I'm sending you some instructions via PM

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Here's another:

    Great image, but why did they hang it upsidedown?

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    The X-E1 is so much fun, I had a go at a pano this morning (manually).

    I might of overlooked this in the manual, but does anyone know if there is any way to apply (additional) compression to the RAW files?

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    Mine just arrived! Two quick pics of Houston before I have to go out...
    Just used the jpg. The camera feels pretty responsive. The body is much lighter than i thought it would be. The zoom lens adds some weight. Overall it feels good in my hands. Shot at f/4, ss- 1/30. ISO 800 I think. Nice out of focus area behind Houston and her ears are a little soft, which is nice shallow DofF for f/4. Will try to play with it some more this weekend. May need to pick up a small fixed lens. If you have any questions, let me know.

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    first frost this year that i've been awake for. shift work is so much fun. grabbed these yesterday morning in about 5 minutes between getting home from work and going to bed.









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    Thanks, Kuujinbo. He ended up buying the Fuji 35/1.4 instead.
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    My first day with the X-E1; I discovered that by changing the Film Simulaton Mode to Monochrome, the images come up on the LCD in B&W- very cool.--(like the new Leica M).

    Even better, I can set image quality to Fine+Raw, which means Jpeg+Raw--then when I download the files into Bridge, I automatically get the image as a B&W Jpeg and a color Raw file side by side.
    The Raw files open in Camera Raw and Photoshop without any problems.

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    That is a nice feature; good to see the images in B/W, as it helps me visualize future shots. Glad Fuji included it. I've used it for years on my Nikons and Digital M cameras as well.

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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    The Large Pod:

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    Beth, David, very nice work from you both.

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    Thanks LLoyd. Haven't had any time for photography recently due to house refurbishment work, so it was good to get out for an hour and play with the 18-55 zoom.
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    thank you lloyd.

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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Quote Originally Posted by scifitographer View Post
    first frost this year that i've been awake for. shift work is so much fun. grabbed these yesterday morning in about 5 minutes between getting home from work and going to bed.

    Really lovely set of images...

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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Future Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Gary Clark Jr. at his first Austin City Limits live taping. You heard it here first photo people. Do not miss this young rock/blues guitar slinger.

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    These were all shot with available light, fairly dim,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Show Performance View Post
    Really lovely set of images...

    Chad
    thanks chad, i love your b&ws. the color images look great, but those b&w shots are something special.

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    Hello, Folks I made a mistake, these above 3 images were made with the Fuji X10
    not bad eh?

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Leyenaar View Post
    Hello, Folks I made a mistake, these above 3 images were made with the Fuji X10
    not bad eh?
    Damn, cancelled my preorder!

    Oh well, rejoin the queue!

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    Brief 'just got mine' perspective:

    The camera body feels light, but is beautifully made. Likewise the 35/1,4 lens: feels much lighter than (say) the Rokkor 50/1.4.

    First impressions are that the EVF is good enough to use; but like the NEX-7 (and in contrast to the OM-D) harder to get in perfect focus (the diopter adjustment wheel requires that you take your eye away from the EVF a finger thickness or so; this changes the image); but definitely perfectly fine.

    The menus are excellent, and no scrolling needed.

    The UI is excellent for me; all buttons come to hand without fiddling or searching, after only a cursory glance over the camera.

    Image review can be switched off, not just have its duration changed. I prefer not to have the last images shot block the finder. The EVF only blacks out for an instant after pressing the shutter button.

    AF at ƒ1.4 has been perfectly spot on, so far (indoors) at low light levels; this includes macro.

    MF for legacy lenses is outstanding, and (IMHO) way better than any other mirrorless camera, including the NEX-7 (with its peaking); let me explain.

    I have tried the Rokkor 50/1,4 and the CV 12/5.6. Now, I don't know if I am imagining things, but pressing the command dial brings up a perfect amount of magnification for critical focus—on either lens. I seem to recall that this amount is adjustable; but the default setting seems perfect. It seemed like a lot more magnification was being brought up on the CV 12—I am sure this can't be the case, yet I was able to focus on the writing on a lightbulb that was a metre away (and which I could not read with the naked eye!).

    The size of the MF rectangle is fixed if using legacy lenses, but easy to move to wherever you want in the frame (seems more than 3/4s of the frame in all directions; enough for portraits, in any case).

    I was able to focus on the cat's iris in very poor light (the EVF bumps ups the gain); the two images I took are perfectly sharp at ƒ1.4. I would not have been able to do that in the film days.

    The 60/2.4 is very slow to focus, relatively, compared to the 35/1,4, and hesitant to lock on to close objects. It may be that one needs to hit the Macro button to limit focus to a closer range; I will report back.

    (later): Yes; my error. MF is possible too (tho' fly by wire, with no great feel) and pressing the Macro while in AF works perfectly for bringing close objects into focus.

    It can focus down to 4", and where your focus plane is in the image is shown graphically in the distance display in the finder (if you select MF). And (this is amazing, IMHO) the handy AE lock button gives you AF, while in MF mode if using an AF lens; and the 35 allows focus down to 4" as well. It's fast.

    EV comp is perfect and clearly visible in the finder; as well, the info displayed is very customisable

    Image review is FAST (not just compared to the DP2M!); and pressing the centre of the command button magnifies wherever the focus rectangle was (and this is true for MF too!!!). As well, when you magnify the rectangle on Playback, and turn the command wheel, you go to earlier (or later) images, and these too only show the focussed-on area—this will be great when shooting portraits.

    So far, so good.

    It looks as though I will have to brave Fuji's Raw converter to show images.... for now.
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    The mandatory cat image; focus left eye; Rokkor 50/1.4 @ ƒ2, Raw processed with a 1 stop push in Silkypix; converted to TIFF; small amount of sharpening applied; no other corrections:

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    Quote Originally Posted by scifitographer View Post
    thanks chad, i love your b&ws. the color images look great, but those b&w shots are something special.
    Thanks!

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    Some post-Sandy shots

    All X-Pro1 + XF 35/1.4

    FiDi NYC..
    Still quite a bit of cleanup down there, and






    And UWS


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    Very interesting, Steve. Nice pics too.

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    just fyi. I got a notice from B&H that the kits are in stock. Hope this helps someone!
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    I borrowed an X-E1 with the 35mm earlier this week. Nice camera with a very nice lens. Not for me though, at least not at the moment, since I'm too heavily invested in m4/3. Here's a snapshot, jpeg OOC adjusted in PS:

    X-E1 with Fuji 35mm f/1.4 @ f/1.4, heavily cropped

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    Beautiful image, Jorgen. I don't know, maybe you should reconsider?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Beautiful image, Jorgen. I don't know, maybe you should reconsider?
    Don't tempt me

    Here's another, also a crop, maybe a bit too much sharpening.

    X-E1 with Fuji 35mm f/1.4 @ f/1.4

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    Wow! What was that about tempting???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Beautiful image, Jorgen. I don't know, maybe you should reconsider?
    I know where Jorgen stands! Perhaps when Fuji offer the second generation of cameras, I'm sure the he'll be in a better position to be tempted to the dark side
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    Quote Originally Posted by pophoto View Post
    I know where Jorgen stands! Perhaps when Fuji offer the second generation of cameras, I'm sure the he'll be in a better position to be tempted to the dark side
    To be honest, I am very tempted. I started digital with a Fuji S3 and later an S5 (I still have both), and I really like the output from the Fuji sensors, old as well as new. The problem for me with the S-series at the moment is that they are too slow to work with compared with the Panasonic cameras, particularly the AF, and that there are too few AF lenses available.

    That means that a Fuji for me would be a camera I use for my own pleasure or when I don't need to worry about speed. Since I'm in the middle of a process of to convert from Nikon to m4/3, I can't afford that luxury, but when Fuji releases the 23 and 56mm f/1.4, the temptation might be too much. I'm rather impressed with the quality of the jpeg files I got during the few hours I used the X-E1
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    Hi Jorgen,
    Were they from Motor show? Pretty impressive. I like the look particularly the eyes' expression of the first girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teeraash View Post
    Hi Jorgen,
    Were they from Motor show? Pretty impressive. I like the look particularly the eyes' expression of the first girl.
    Thank you. Yes, they are from Motor Expo

    ... and then, just as I was about to take a photo of this very interesting electric Nissan sports car, the place was invaded by people in uniform, obstructing the view to my desired subject. But I have proof, a photo showing the perpetrators in action. Next time, I'll succeed!

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    First shots with X-E1...Lake Tahoe Shot jpeg and processed with Snapseed on iPad mini.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    First shots with X-E1...Lake Tahoe Shot jpeg and processed with Snapseed on iPad mini.

    Beautiful shot of a locale that I love - what are your initial comments and observations on the X-E1, and did you get the zoom?

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    I kind of just jumped right in and didn't spend a lot of time on camera setup. EVF definitely lags compared to my Olympus.

    Don't know if I'm fully up to dare on all lens firmware but with the 35mm I was surprised that I had a really tough time getting focus compared to micro 4/3 and will have to so a side by side also with the X-Pro1

    I do have the zoom. Need to work with it a bit more. It seems when wide open at the long end when you go back wide it maintains f stop and doesn't stay wide open. You need to manually move it from f4 back to f2.8....something to get used to vs other zoom lenses.

    I feel like X100 probably a bit better at controlling fill flash without having to use much flash compensation. Refresh time on flash (longish) caught me by surprise.

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    Terry certainly on the X-Pro 1 if you open the lens to f2.8 at 18mm then zoom in to 55mm it will of course go to f4, then zoom back to 18mm it does open up to f2.8 again. However if you set it to f4 at 55m and zoom out to 18mm it stays at f4. Some sort of logic there I think!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    I do have the zoom. Need to work with it a bit more. It seems when wide open at the long end when you go back wide it maintains f stop and doesn't stay wide open. You need to manually move it from f4 back to f2.8....something to get used to vs other zoom lenses.
    just got my 18-55mm today. oddly enough, an x-e1 also made it in the box.. no idea how that happened....

    when i set the lens to f/2.8 at 18mm and zoomed out to 55mm it stayed at f/4, but returned to f/2.8 when i zoomed back out to 18mm. if i changed it to another aperture at 55mm and then returned it to f/4 it stayed at f/4 when i zoomed out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scifitographer View Post
    just got my 18-55mm today. oddly enough, an x-e1 also made it in the box.. no idea how that happened....

    when i set the lens to f/2.8 at 18mm and zoomed out to 55mm it stayed at f/4, but returned to f/2.8 when i zoomed back out to 18mm. if i changed it to another aperture at 55mm and then returned it to f/4 it stayed at f/4 when i zoomed out.
    Yeah getting the X-E1 is so odd

    Yes, I have the same lens behavior. Just have to be conscious that I'm at f4 and not f2.8 when wide.

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    the lens seems stuck on the camera and i'd hate to return a broken product to the store. guess i should keep it.

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    a few from an october trip to virginia.







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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    If anyone has Leica M or M39 mount lens(es) but never got around to buying the appropriate adapter, I'm cleaning house and am willing to send the following to you free with no strings attached:

    1, RainbowImaging Adjustable Leica M39 adapter with fotodiox X mount rear lens cap. This one is brand new - after I bought it I found a Voigtlander LTM to M ring I had lying around.

    2. Kipon M adapter with fotodiox X mount rear lens cap.

    Since I'm located in the U.S. and I'll be paying for shipping (either USPS first class or priority), this offer is limited to people located in the U.S., sorry.

    If you think this is just a scam by some anonymous user to try and get personal information from people (I'm a pretty cynical person myself), check page 33 of the positive feedback page - sold a couple of lenses here very recently.

    The only purpose of this is to give the adapters to someone who will actually make use of them. That's why I'm posting here and not opening a separate thread - would like to give these to X-Pro 1 users.

    Anyone who has been keeping this thread active or other long-time members here - even if you can't personally use these, but have friends that are not GetDPI members that can make use of the adapters (or not located in the U.S. and you are willing to forward the adapter to them) let me know. Not sure how much interest this will attract, but if you fall into this category, you get first priority.

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    The 2013 Homeless Christmas Tree with the X-Pro1

    Every year I try to drive over to Fort Worth, Texas to photograph the Homeless Christmas Tree. Made it over there this past Saturday. Here are two shots, both taken with the X-Pro1 from different angles. Post & BW conversion in CS6.

    Here is a link to the story about the Homeless Christmas Tree



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    Re: The 2013 Homeless Christmas Tree with the X-Pro1

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    Every year I try to drive over to Fort Worth, Texas to photograph the Homeless Christmas Tree. Made it over there this past Saturday. Here are two shots, both taken with the X-Pro1 from different angles. Post & BW conversion in CS6.

    Here is a link to the story about the Homeless Christmas Tree



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    Jim,

    Cool story. Very nice captures.

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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

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    Nice set, Steve. Looks like a good time.

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