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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Phil,

    1) this is a standard X-Pro1. I used a 58mm Hoya R72 720nm filter. I've seen pictures from converted X-Pro1 cameras and they seem to have better performance as there obviously is some IR filtration in place which a converted camera wouldn't have.

    2) Hot spots are really lens specific and not really caused by the filter only but due to the lens & coatings.

    I found this very helpful:
    Fuji X Pro 1 720nm IR Conversion | Mark Hilliard Atelier's Blog
    Hi Graham

    Thanks for the info and link. I am planning to convert the X-pro 1 when the X-pro 2 comes out. A shame about the 18-55 I really like that lens.
    I found these two places on the (in addition to the one in your link)
    Kolari Vision Infrared Conversion Service and IR Photography Cameras
    Spencers Camera & Photo Digital Camera Infrared (IR) Conversions, Modifications and IR Photography :: Welcome

    I have a 5D converted now, and really want the option of the live view, Infrared is a really nice change, the 5D was done at life pixel and if I remember correctly it kicked in at 670nm.

    Thanks again

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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Well I've finally joined the X-Pro crowd. Actually used it on an assignment tonight, but here's one from earlier in the day. My youngest just turned one month old



    75 Summarit, ISO 3200
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    And my oldest has her first garden that she's very serious about...

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    I'm thinking this system and I will get along just fine...

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    North Lake Union, Seattle, Washington. Fuji XE-1 with Leica Summarit-M 75mm f/2.5.





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    Office "Beer Friday" at the Fremont Brewery, Seattle, Washington.











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    Beautiful results... and even more beautiful kids, Jason. Welcome to Fujiland.
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    Bizzaro Italian Restaurant, Wallingford, Seattle, Washington.







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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Thanks Lloyd.

    Put it to work as a third camera last night. Looking forward to seeing the results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A character I ran into yesterday.

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    Wonderful Lloyd..

    Summer in the Rockies, then this and then the 5K run..you are getting around my friend.

    Beautiful posts Lloyd.

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Fremont weekly street market, Seattle, Washington.

    Fuji EX-1 with Leica APO-TELYT-M 135mm f 3.4.







    Fuji EX-1 with Fuji 11-55mm.





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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X20

    Willow and Aisling on my speaker!



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    Willow (Aisling?) on my speaker.



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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    At the camera store with XE-1 and my 75mm Summarit-M f/2.5 (#1) and my new Leica 135mm f/3.4 APO-Telyt-M ASPH (#'s 2 & 3). Fuji M adapter's great! #3 photo of me taken by Mark V







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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X20

    HI Matt
    Hooray - I knew I didn't want one . . . . but I went in to my local fixer today and she showed me one . . . I seem to have bought it - it just seemed so sweet:



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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X20

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Willow and Aisling on my speaker!
    If I had speakers like that I'm not sure I'd let the cats on it . . . . . mind you, they're Abyssinians aren't they - so they'll do as they please. We used to have a cat called Willow - she had a bad habit of peeing in the kids lego box



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    putting away childish things - the first day's puppy training

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    If I had speakers like that I'm not sure I'd let the cats on it . . . . . mind you, they're Abyssinians aren't they - so they'll do as they please. We used to have a cat called Willow - she had a bad habit of peeing in the kids lego box



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    Jono: Keep posting! It is a sweet little camera.

    The speakers are one leg of their "high" route around the living room. You're right, they do as, and go where, they please. I won't photograph the cat high-rises (yes, two) in our entry hall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    putting away childish things - the first day's puppy training
    Jono: You seem to continually have an inordinate number of puppies! All of them cute.

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    Portrait of a friend.



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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X20

    Here are a few more:



    Stitchwort


    Cotes de Bourg


    Iris


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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    After a family gathering driving home, my hassy safely at home, (traveling light on my one day off so far in May...) but confronted by this sight I just had to grab the camera I had with me... my lovely little X-pro1 and the 35mm f1.4 hand held 14 shot pano...

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    We call it "Cat TV". They love it.



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    Matt, you seem to be getting on splendidly with the x20..
    How long are your lunch hours anyway?

    Excellent work Matt.

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    With a borrowed XF14mm. A lens I am probably not getting because it's not my favorite focal length, but it's quite amazing.



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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X20

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt, you seem to be getting on splendidly with the x20..
    How long are your lunch hours anyway?

    Excellent work Matt.

    Regards.
    Rayyan: My friend, they're as long as I want (of course I still have to do the work...at home, at night, on the weekends!). Thanks for the comment!!

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    XF14mm



    Not sure if cropping the building at the top in the frame is a cardinal sin for this kind of shot.

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X20

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    putting away childish things - the first day's puppy training
    Jono: You seem to continually have an inordinate number of camera's! Some of them cuter than others!!
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    At Glazer's Camera (I seem to be there a lot? ).





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    More at the "Cat TV". Apparently, I was more interesting that what was showing outside.





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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Shot at a Bug-meet in the center of The Hague that I coincidentally passed yesterday (with summaron 3.5 ltm):

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X20

    A couple more.





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    I wonder what the wolf+castle logo means.

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    A few shots from Saturday-

    Astronaut



    Opera Singer



    Summit



    Couple



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    Quote Originally Posted by raist3d View Post
    I wonder what the wolf+castle logo means.

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    here are two other shots from the bug-meet, the stringless was at the roof of the bus



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    Wow 14 shot Pano! Well done indeed Nathan.
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    Some sleepy cats in Syros:



    [14mm Fuji Lens]

    Another cat in Syros:



    That's all the cats for now folks.
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    I think that this lil camera is the greatest thing since sliced bread :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwstudiola View Post
    I think that this lil camera is the greatest thing since sliced bread :P
    Well... maybe since the ball point pen.

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    Downtown, on the way to the Movies, and in the front garden.









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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    It is my favourite camera too (of the ones I own).

    One from Galaxidi:

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    The Fuji 18-55 close focus:

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    Agrigento 14mm

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    Global contrast edited jpeg. Was surprised how well the JPEG engine did the first pass.



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    Took this not long ago in Crockett, Texas. Post work in Photoshop CS6.



    And one more taken somewhere along Old Route 66 near the New Mexico border..

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    Those are terrific, Jim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Those are terrific, Jim.
    I may have posted that first one before or a similar frame but in this one I used a bit of HDR and it looked more like what my eyes saw rather than what the camera was capable of capturing.

    The second one is one of those overlooked photos that you find months, even years after you took it and wonder why you did not see merit in it until now. This old run-down house and car were in the middle of nowhere along old Route 66. I guess there are those who love such isolation but it would drive me crazy to be that remote. Property was posted, otherwise I would have ventured into the old house but keeping a watchful eye out for rattlesnakes.
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    Thanks for the background on those shots Jim. Love that type of subject.
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    Tuneup.



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    PS: Very split in making this B&W or color. To me both look real nice with the light.
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