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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Two more.


    35mm @ f4.5


    35mm @ f2
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    From the past week







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    Nice set.
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    A walk in the woods this morning
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    Quote Originally Posted by abry View Post
    A walk in the woods this morning
    Seen in full size, it is not very sharp, but it freaking looks like film! Very beautiful... Was it a JPEG or did you convert it through a RAW converter?

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    Fun stuff, Beth. Nicely done.

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    x-e1 with 14/2.8





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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Tokyo from Skytree Tower;

    all photos via raw files developed in C1 7.0.2;

    (I shot on my Leica M9 too, developed images in C1 v7.0.2, and could not find any significant resolution difference.)

    Fuji 35mm/1.4:


    Leica 75mm/1.4 on M-adapter:


    Leica 75mm/1.4 on M-adapter:
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    Correction - posted in the wrong thread -- shot on the X-Pro1
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    Tokyo from less than 1 year old Skytree Tower, 634m high;

    all photos via raw files developed in C1 7.0.2;

    (I shot on my Leica M9 too, developed images in C1 v7.0.2, and could not find any significant resolution difference.)

    Fuji 35mm/1.4:


    Leica 75mm/1.4 on M-adapter:


    Leica 75mm/1.4 on M-adapter:
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Quote Originally Posted by alba63 View Post
    Seen in full size, it is not very sharp, but it freaking looks like film! Very beautiful... Was it a JPEG or did you convert it through a RAW converter?

    Cheers
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    I bracketed 3 film simulations, so I hope these are the right details for the one I uploaded - I think they are. Shot in Jpeg, astia film setting, standard settings in camera I think except +1 on sharpness. Otherwise straight out of camera, no sharpness added. Kit lens at 18mm, at 125th s iso 400 f/6.4. Handheld (with OIS on I think). I agree it is very film-like (which of course is the great thing about this camera).
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    X-E1 and 18-55mm

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    Reeray, fantastic clarity and colour quality there. The tonality really gives the image depth.

    Wonderful, can't wait to see the X100s.

    Thanks for sharing

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    Thank you Brian for your kind comments.

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    One with the 35/1.4:

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    Tokyo continued - Sensoji Temple in Asakusa.
    This times jpg’s straight OOC.

    Fuji 35mm:


    Fuji 18mm:


    Fuji 35mm:


    Fuji 18mm:
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    This is a cross-post from Fred's site; posting here because this is the only other active X-E1 thread:

    Does anyone here shoot video with the X-E1? In my work, much of it done while travelling overseas, requires both still and video. I am 100% comfortable using the X-E1 for all my stills needs, but am having some problems with video (in particular, choosing focus settings that keep the subject in focus!).

    What is not clear from the manual is what AF settings to use, and to what extent (if any) the selected focus point that work perfectly in single image mode is respected once in video mode. I have the sound side covered (I record second system sound and use the camera's recorded sound only for syncing), but need reliable focus and—preferably—focus that can follow the action. All suggestions gratefully received, and this can be made a separate thread too, if folk prefer.

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Kit,

    Certainly with the X-Pro 1 (I don't have an XE-1) in video mode it uses CAF (In S or C) all the time. It seems to use central point focussing all the time too.

    If you choose M where it uses MF all the time.

    No way to adjust aperture during video mode.

    Really it isn't a very good movie camera - but then that wasn't what I bought it for.

    The OM-D is a lot better for video, but the Panasonic m43 are even better I hear. I'm sure UStein would be the man to ask about video.
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    One more from China.

    XP1+35mm


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    Dear GetDPI guy/gals;

    I've been doing fine art figure for a while, shifted from a P03+/AFD-II to a Fuji X1-Pro. It is a little different, but then again, I still set the lights the same way.

    None of the images in the set are child friendly or work safe, but that has never stopped me from posting before!

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    Please have a look.

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    bought some new friends.. going to redo this shot, don't like the lighting on the ptx-140 (on the left).

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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Quote Originally Posted by scifitographer View Post
    bought some new friends..
    Nice. Are you a gamer, or just like collecting?

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    i'm not a hardcore gamer, but play more than enough. skyrim, halo, bioshock, etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    My goodness, this image is striking. It just leaps off the screen when I view it.

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    Maybe interesting to see the Sigma DP2 Merrill version:



    2 hours later and different angle though.
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Just trying out some M mount lenses on the Fuji X-E1. A Contax G 90mm f/2.8 Sonnar, with modified M mount. Processed in AccuRaw.



    The Carl Zeiss 50mm f/1.5 Sonnar ZM

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    A few from the past week.

    ISO 3200, Canon 100/f2 LTM wide open:



    Next two CV Nokton 50/f1.1 wide open:



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    X-E1 and Voigtlander 35mm F1.4

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    I'm slowly getting back processing these files in LR, they still look like crap.....

    X-E1 with ZM 50 Planar


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    A few shots from the street in Ithaca. Carl Zeiss 50mm f/1.5 Sonnar ZM for first and Carl Zeiss 35mm f/2 Planar (Contax G converted to M mount) for the last three images.







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    My oldest boys birthday today.. taken with his younger brother right after school, then the cake shots later in the afternoon...
    All taken with the X-pro1 and the 35mm... loving this cam! have it in my bag with the hassy on all jobs now... cake shots were iso 3200 f1.4 outside shots iso 800 f2 for the first jumpshot f 1.4 for the next...



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    and the cake shots







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    A couple of high ISO images taken in a dimly lit supermarket. Camera was in manual mode using 1/250s @ f/5.6 and auto iso maxed out at my preset 6400 upper limit. Carl Zeiss 50mm f/1.5 Sonnar.



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    Out with my new XE-1 and 18-55 lens.



    Detail image handheld f7.1 at 1/250 using ISO 800. Lens set to 55mm.
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    Patrick, that is really sharp.
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    Backstage New York Fashion Week. Fuji X-Pro 1, 35mm at f/2, ISO 3200 !!! I really dig the skin tones, and am so impressed with the high ISO performance.

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    Fuji X-E1 Zeiss Biogon 35mm F2.8

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    Taken same time as image above.



    Shot f6.4 at 1/110 with ISO 400. Used 18-55 at 46mm.
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    I have started to really enjoy this camera. Walking along the road I used the wonderful 60mm lens to make these two abstracts.



    Used f5.6 at 1/500 with ISO 800



    Used f5.6 at 1/640 with ISO 800

    I was fairly close and now would have liked to have used a smaller f-stop for a little more depth.
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    Very nice, and indeed very abstract.

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    Overwintering a purple oxalis near a south facing window. Sinister looking plant that reminds me of darth vader. Fujinon 18-55, macro mode on tripod.

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    One with the 60mm macro.



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    Couple of shots with the 18-55 from a walk near an old, abandoned house.



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