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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Just a quick shot with the 85 1.8 G lens from Nikon. My guess i was about at F4. Light was low and cloudy but was able to pull it off ISO 200 1/1000 at around F4. I was in CT. for this family wedding. Have to say even with going manual focus with the E1 its pretty damn fun to shoot like this. I have tons more but on my way out the door for a shooting gig.

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    I was asked what adapter I was using and here it is fits nice and snug and the moving ring for aperture is petty smooth too. Maybe worth it before spending a ton on the Novaflex. Exactly what my thinking was too. LOL

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    I'm going to try and get out this week and test all my nikon glass on the E1. For this trip I just brought the 85 1.8 G Nikkor and the Fuji zoom which I am finding to be really good too.
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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    In Hong Kong this week.

    A certain irony? East meets West?

    X-Pro1 35/1.4
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    Another with the lovel Samyang 8mm f2.8 fisheye..


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    Very nice Rick.

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    Ceramics on the wall...



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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Kowloon - HK Art Museum & Lines

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    Finally tried the fuji in the studio...
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Just got one in the mail last week and tried it out for the first time when I got my M-adapter in the mail. Whow what a nice lightweight! cam. Really nice with the also leight weight type IV summicron. Here are some first testshots:
    (raws processed in silkypix)

    with the type IV summicron


    another one with the type IV .. of course for its 'famous' bokeh:


    Shot with the 135mm f 3.5 Canon ltm lens:
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Something a little different ...

    Death Valley - Racetrack at night. I think I found out how the rocks move!

    X-Pro1 ISO6400 20s @ f/5.6 CV 12mm
    This is one of the main reasons why I have to get an X-Pro1. From all the shots and comparisons I've seen, its low-light sensitivity seems to be in a different class. Just 2 millimeters of clear aperture in that lens, and yet, so many stars and nebulae captured in just 20 seconds!

    That's also superb as a clever and creative shot, Graham.

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    Playing around with a Nikon G to Fuji adapter. I'm impressed with the results so far.

    These first three all with the Nikkor 85/1.4 G. First two wide open, third shot stopped down. All handheld.





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    Two with the 50/1.4G. These were taken using a tripod. The first is stopped down (you can't tell the actual f-stop reading, but this I'd guess was about f5.6). The second is wide open. It is a little soft, and it may be because there was a very slight breeze, or that the 50/1.4 isn't as sharp wide open as the 85/1.4G.



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    Nikkor 50/1.4G again. Both handheld, and both wide open. Seems sharp enough here.



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    Two shots with the Nikkor 70-300 VR, both taken from the same spot, handheld and wide open. The first at 70mm, and the second at 300mm.



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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Hi
    On Street of Shanghai - I think the ISO held up very well
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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Quote Originally Posted by alajuela View Post
    Hi
    On Street of Shanghai - I think the ISO held up very well
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    It did indeed. Nice.

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    Re: Zombie Fun with the Fuji X1 Pro

    A Zombie I Met at Brunch

    Just another example of why I always carry a camera with me. I took my wife to brunch today and met this zombie in the parking lot of the restaurant. As I did my double take I asked her if I might take her photo and she was more than happy to oblige. She had just finished a Zombie Run in Forney, Texas and rather than search out human flesh for brunch she opted for the same restaurant as we had chosen. Fuji X-Pro1 - 35mm f/4 ISO 100



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    Setting moon over tulips - Woodland, OR

    1/4s @ f/13 ISO 200 18-55mm (2 image focus stack)
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Setting moon over tulips - Woodland, OR

    1/4s @ f/13 ISO 200 18-55mm
    This is awesome!!!

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    This is awesome!!!
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    These are really nice!!

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    Welcome to May in the Rockies!





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    Sigh ... We haven't had any of that strange cold white stuff here this year at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Sigh ... We haven't had any of that strange cold white stuff here this year at all
    Fortunately, it's all gone now, and the temps are supposed to be in the 70s this weekend. Like I said, May in the Rockies.

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    Quite around here. Dusted the XE-1 and went around the house, with a lux 50 ver.xx ( the one before the asph, anyway ) attached...

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    Elmarit-M 90mm...


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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    OK Guys and Gals
    This is the story, I was in a taxi, stopped at a red light, saw the bus next to me with the building reflection framing the people, shot and this is it. Raw file on defaults in C1 ver7. The B&W looks also similar, have not really played with this image yet, but here it is..
    Fuji X-Pro1
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    Lloyd, Ron..thanks for the ' likes '.

    The Fuji 35/1.4 is one super piece of glass...


    Some things are still fresh in my mind....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd, Ron..thanks for the ' likes '.

    The Fuji 35/1.4 is one super piece of glass...


    Some things are still fresh in my mind....

    I am also quite happy with my XPro1 and the 2 lenses (1.4/35 and 18-55). Have not seen such a great IQ out of the box ever!

    Plus compared to other systems, the X system is actually cheap.

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    Rayyan: Yes, that 35/1.4 is magic. And I'll just bet that's fresh in your mind. Glad it's behind you.

    Peter: I'm with you on that. I really enjoy the XPro1, and am now shooting it with the 18/2, the 35/1.4, all my M-mount lenses as well as my Nikon lenses. Terrific system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    I am also quite happy with my XPro1 and the 2 lenses (1.4/35 and 18-55). Have not seen such a great IQ out of the box ever!

    Plus compared to other systems, the X system is actually cheap.

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    Thanks Peter.

    I am with you here. An excellent tool for me too. I have the two lenses you mention, plus the Leica 75 cron is all I would really need for a good vacation shooting time.

    That and the Sony RX 100, we could travel long....

    Kindest regards.

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    Lloyd, our posts crossed. That really is one sweet lens. And bro, am I glad that is
    behind me ! Except when I take a shower and look at myself...

    Some ceramic with snapspeed...35/1.4

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    I feel that way when I see myself as well... and I didn't go through what you did. Just those extra pounds. Guess I can count my blessings that I don't have the reminders you have.

    Just glad you're still with us, my friend. (Nice colorful abstract, btw.)

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    Thanks for the ' likes ' folks. Much appreciated.

    Elmarit-M 90mm...

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    Taken in exceptionally low light, no cropping. She looked up and I shot. LR 4.4

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    Really like that Alajuela, great shot.

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    Fuji X-E1 Konica M mount 90mm f2.8
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    ReeRay, that is one cracker of an image, my friend. Excellent!!
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    Lloyd and friends, thank you for the ' likes '.

    Another something in the house. I asked my wife if this was from the days when we had no power; ' Get lost ', was her polite response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    A Zombie I Met at Brunch

    Just another example of why I always carry a camera with me. I took my wife to brunch today and met this zombie in the parking lot of the restaurant. As I did my double take I asked her if I might take her photo and she was more than happy to oblige. She had just finished a Zombie Run in Forney, Texas and rather than search out human flesh for brunch she opted for the same restaurant as we had chosen. Fuji X-Pro1 - 35mm f/4 ISO 100
    Very nice shot. I second carrying a camera with you always. One of the reasons I love the Q and the reason I am lookin forward to the fuji 4mm equiv. pancake

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    Really like that Alajuela, great shot.
    Thank you Henry

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    Portraits of a friend I visited recently. I really like the XF34mm lens.





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    A character I ran into yesterday.

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    Cracked coffee pot.

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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Killing some time before my flight from Dulles Airport in DC. Harsh sunny day so out came the R72 IR filter.

    Sully Historic Site - X-Pro1, 14mm R72 filter
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    Shot from the roof of my house to try my 'rediscovered' 90mm Summicron
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    More fun with IR

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