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    Re: Fun With The Fuji X100s

    OOC Jpeg. Astia, f/4.0 1/125. This camera is a precision instrument and requires study before it shows its stuff. It rewards, however!
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    Re: Fun With The Fuji X100s

    Just started using it today, looks pretty good so far



    @ISO 3200, btw
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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Not a scientific test but some comparing Pentax 15mm and Fujinon 14mm on the XPro1.
    Not a nice picture but a nice lens/camera combo.
    Same distance to the camera and same aperture 4.

    Lenses


    Pentax 15mm


    Fujinon 14mm


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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Crap I just sold the Nex 7 and bought the Fuji. I really am a sick person. Okay time to open the box and figure this one out. I may need help, than again I may need a lot of different kinds of help too. Lol
    I just did the same. I am afraid we are bejond help.

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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    XPro1 with 14mm + ND filter. Processed with Silver Efex.

    Timber


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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Okay pardon a couple quick test shots processed in C1 with not too much adjustment which is very nice.

    Shot this one at 18mm and fixed the keystone on it. At 5.6



    Shot at 24mm fixed the keystone as well. At 5.6



    Shot at 55mm at F5. Not sure of the vignetting but I shot from a weird spot so it maybe me. Im checking this out now

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Guy, they look good to me, what sharpening settings did you use in C1?
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Hmmm may be the lens and or hood in this series. The vignetting is there in my files worse at F4 and really does not clean up at 6.4 either. Maybe F8 I will have to check this for sure.

    But for a kit lens , this maybe the best I have seen. This helps than buying all primes and makes it a nice travel unit. I want the 14mm though and I want to hook my Nikon 85mm 1.8 up to it as well. I will try my Samyang 14mm for my Nikon once I get a adapter. I could use some help on the adapter end if anyone can recommend one for my Nikon G. Not much out there except the Nova flex which is kinds expensive for my fun cam. LOL
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    Guy, they look good to me, what sharpening settings did you use in C1?
    Steve I went to

    amount 300
    Radius .8
    Threshold 1

    Standard clarity plus 10

    dropped luminous down to 15 and color down to 30

    This gives it some nice sharpening without going to far. I noticed the jpeg needs a little bump on sharpening out of cam as well. Ill try bumping that up but jpegs look good out of cam.

    This Fuji is way more my style than the Sony Nex7. By a long shot glad i bit the bullet. I tried Bobs X-1 Pro awhile back and it stuck with me.

    Oh almost forgot for a guy that hates EVF this one is pretty darn useful and nice. I just changed my strips. LOL
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Guy,
    Thanks for your sharpening tips.
    Funny, I did the same thing as you. I sold my Sony Nex7 kit and purchased the X-E1 when it first came out, I tried all the lenses that were available at the time, 18, 35, 60 and the kit zoom, which I actually liked the best.

    My issue was I lost my patience at the time with no good RAW support. C1 wasn't supporting the camera yet so I ended up trading it for a Olympus OM-D with a nice set of primes. Oh well, I do miss the simplicity of the Fuji though at the same time that OM-D is a heck of a camera.

    I am going to go back and process some of my .RAF files in C1 and the latest version of LR4.4 and if I like the results, I may get the new Fuji X100s.
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Yes I tried the OMD in Zion and NY and I really liked that cam as well. I thought about it but having a full Nikon system I was questioning the OMD for me. This fits the travel bill better.
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    BTW just checked and my hood may have been on wrong. I switched it out anyway too 3 58mm empty filter rings. I hate bayonet hoods. I usually use metal lens hoods on everything with no front lens caps. I get them off e-bay for cheap, it makes switching lenses so much easier on the job.
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Guy - welcome. Not many folks jump ship from Fuji - these are true cameras for photographers who appreciate great colour vs computer programmers (Nex)
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    Fuji X-E1 Konica M mount 90mm f2.8
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    xp1/14


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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    I could use some help on the adapter end if anyone can recommend one for my Nikon G. Not much out there except the Nova flex which is kinds expensive for my fun cam. LOL
    I use this one for my Nikon lens. $25 from China and 2 weeks delivery. Solid brass construction. Fits well, but with a little play (a bit more than my fuji zoom), but works ok. It is easy to use if you have an aperture ring on your Nikon lens. For G lens, it is a guess work to set the aperture.



    Edit: somehow, the link did not show. You can search ebay under "nikon to Fuji X adapter " for a seller named "jinfinance"

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    I've gone a little nuts bought one this morning

    Amazon.com: RainbowImaging Nikon G AFS lenses to Fujifilm Fuji X-Pro1 Camera Adapter: Camera & Photo

    I ordered this half case.

    Amazon.com: Gariz Genuine Leather XS-CHXE1BK Camera Metal Half Case for Fujifilm XE1 X-E1, Black: Camera & Photo

    I ordered a new Upstrap for RF cams and I'm looking at bags like a idiot. I have a Domke 5xb and a TT Retro 5 which are just about perfect since I can fit my IPad mini in for travel but now I'm looking at a TT Hubba hubba Hiney but I don't think I can get a IPad mini in it. I'm really sick in the head. Lol
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    There are some fantastic pictures being shared here, keep it up guys!

    On another note, I was walking through our local woods the other day and found something quite interesting...



    I think it's been there a while, I wonder how they got back to the road...
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    Time for an intervention?
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    Re: Fun With The Fuji X100s

    Dewy Plumeria After a Night of Rain
    The Fuji X100S set to Astia.



    Tea Tree Leaves and Sunlight


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    Re: Fun With The Fuji X100s

    Quote Originally Posted by monk View Post
    Got my X100s in Singapore and the firmware is still version 1.00. I haven't experienced slow focusing. Even in low light and wide open it finds and locks focus lickety-split. Now that I've read the FujiX Forum discussion I'm going to hold on to this firmware version until Fujifilm addresses the issue.
    You're in luck to have firmware 1.00. Based on the FujiX forum discussion, it seems like a very good idea to hold on to it.

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    Re: Fun With The Fuji X100s

    Big Red, the Patriarch. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Queensland. Fujifilm X100S f/8 ISO 200 Astia preset.
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    More from the greenhouse... in camera pano at f 1.4 with the 35mm

    Tomato seedlings...

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Picked up a Nikon g to x adapter. I have my 85 1.8 with me on a trip to NY today but I did mount my Samyang 14, Sigma 35 1.4 and all look very promising. I need a shooting trip outside this trip and bring the whole Nikon kit to try out. But I am really liking this Fuji so far have the zoom and Nikon 85 with me but my fear is ill want the Fuji 14mm. The Samyang is big for this body
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Guy, why have you chosen the X-E1 over the X-Pro1? Like most of us, you are not a fan of EVF.

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    smaller but I actually like this EVF. Maybe the best one I have tried. Now if a Pro 2 comes out I may jump on it . I figured the E-1 being newer is the one to get now with maybe a new Pro 2 coming soon I hope why buy the 1 this late in the game plus I saved some money too.
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    Hi,

    working with the X pro 1 is a impressive experience for me. Normally I shoot in my Studio with digital medium format and a lot of Flash light.

    I switch for this shooting only to one 300W hot light. Combined with the Fuji Xpro 1 i have now the chance to walk on a new path.

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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Back from my Asia trip ..
    XPro1 + XF 35/1.4

    HK




    Kyoto








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    Great stuff, Steve. Looking forward to more.

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    Unforeseen circumstances have made it necessary for me to curtail, if not eliminate, my intake of caffeine. Oh! the pain to ignore a lifelong friend.

    So, I have started to compile a list of my favorite aromas...

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    Beautiful image, and an ironic coincidence... I too now only enjoy the aromas. Oh, how I miss it, but, some things are just worth the price!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Beautiful image, and an ironic coincidence... I too now only enjoy the aromas. Oh, how I miss it, but, something's are just worth the price!
    Lloyd, there is nothing to stop us two to have a cup of light green tea and a very very limited quantity of dates, though.


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    True!! I'm in!!

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    thanks Lloyd!
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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    I actually ordered my XPro1 yesterday.

    I had wanted the Leica M, but after reading several user opinions (I would not call these reviews) I really became sceptical about all the Liveview part and also some high ISO performance and issues. So I found 6200.- for a not mature Leica too expensive.

    I finally had a hands on with the XE1 and the XPro1 (after long time ignoring these cameras because of the reported issues they had in the beginning). I was especially blown away with the OVF/EVF combo of the XPro1. So I ordered it with the 18-55 and the 35, I also want to get the 14 but might wait for the Zeiss 12 which should be available soon.

    I also am aware that there will be a XPro2 coming later this year, but I liked the XPro1 SO MUCH that I do not care, will simply add an XPro2 as soon as it arrives. Well and all of this is still much cheaper than the Leica M alone :-)

    Really looking forward to this system and many thanks for all the great samples and reports here, which finally helped me decide that way!

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    smaller but I actually like this EVF. Maybe the best one I have tried. Now if a Pro 2 comes out I may jump on it . I figured the E-1 being newer is the one to get now with maybe a new Pro 2 coming soon I hope why buy the 1 this late in the game plus I saved some money too.
    I also liked the EVF of the XE1, but the combo OVF / EVF of the XPro1 just got me hooked.

    Will get it next week. And Leica M cancelled!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Detlef_g View Post
    Hi,

    working with the X pro 1 is a impressive experience for me. Normally I shoot in my Studio with digital medium format and a lot of Flash light.

    I switch for this shooting only to one 300W hot light. Combined with the Fuji Xpro 1 i have now the chance to walk on a new path.

    Detlef


    [IMG]500px.com/photo/30783501[/IMG]
    Yes! I use my H4D in the studio with profoto and with hotlights,(although I like to use the 1000w Arri T1 for this) but this little fuji is a real gem to use with hotlights, and so quiet too! here is one from a recent shoot, no retouch.. shot with the X-pro1 fitted via adapter with a canon FD 100mm f2 shot wide open...

    depending on where you work maybe not safe for work... (lingerie)

    so here is a link...
    http://www.lediardfoto.com/DSCF1806-2.jpg

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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Into the air with the Fujinon 14mm.
    Used Topaz BW2.1 effects



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    With the zoom at 18mm.
    Topaz BW2 filter.



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    Very nice, wonderfully captured. And taken in one of my favorite places too!

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    PenSon - These are fantastic. The tonal range and texture is amazing.
    Also
    You are really making me itch to buy some wide glass for my Fuji...
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    Into the air with the Fujinon 14mm.
    Used Topaz BW2.1 effects



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    With the zoom at 18mm.
    Topaz BW2 filter.



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    More from Kyoto..
    XPro1&XF35/1.4







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    X-E1 with the 90 asph Summicron and the 75 Summarit.
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    And some color shots from the same race.
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    Untitled by adbrys, on Flickr
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    Life is not all fun. We start a journey, we reach its end. Always.

    Applies to all species. Photography cannot be all about pretty plants, pets, landscapes, travels and the Kentucky Derby.

    Birds sing. Birds die. Some die young. Very young.

    A while back, this one fell from a ledge and onto the grass in my house...

    Made me pause, made me think. I could hear the parents' sounds waiting for their little one to respond.

    That was not to be.

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    Hallo everybody,
    I am Tom from Rome, and this is my first post here…


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    Couple from me:

    8mm fisheye

    Getty by RickrPhoto, on Flickr

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    Sunset by RickrPhoto, on Flickr

    35 f1.4 wide open + 6400 ISO of me


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    Very nice Rick.

    Tom: Welcome to the forum. Excellent first post... looking forward to more.

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    From Dorian's concert I attended in San Francisco last weekend.






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