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    Quote Originally Posted by Gbealnz View Post
    A very nice astro shot David, always good to see these. I am using my X-Pro for this occasionally. A "programmable intervalometer" would be a god-send, might have to fabricate one.
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    Thanks Gary, yes maybe something could be fabricated for that, however I am seriously thinking about adding the XT1 later this year which will will be easier to interface electronically.

    I don't get much chance to do astrophotography here due to the weather and light pollution, but it has always had an attraction to me, and I did build a 8 3/4" reflecting telescope and also have a small Meade ETX which gets occasional use, but neither really suitable for astrophotography with a camera.

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    X-E1, 55-200mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Thanks Gary, yes maybe something could be fabricated for that, however I am seriously thinking about adding the XT1 later this year which will will be easier to interface electronically.

    I don't get much chance to do astrophotography here due to the weather and light pollution, but it has always had an attraction to me, and I did build a 8 3/4" reflecting telescope and also have a small Meade ETX which gets occasional use, but neither really suitable for astrophotography with a camera.

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    If you have any ideas then on how, please toss them out there.
    Coincidently, I have just come in from a few hours of trying the X-Pro on a small scope, as well as a couple of quick shots with the 35mm and the 14mm. It will be interesting to see how they process.
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    x-pro1 and the 23 1.4 What a cracker of a lens this seems to be so far...

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    We are now going through freeze/thaw cycles which makes walking difficult on crusty snow and ice. A couple from today (freeze day) with the X100S in sixmile creek gorge.



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    Fuji X-E1 50mm Summicron

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    reeray: Congratulations! That's a very fine portrait.

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    My grandsons, intently watching Disney's Frozen.

    X-T1, CV 75/2.5 @ f2,8, ISO 6400, -2.5EV:
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    reeray: Congratulations! That's a very fine portrait.

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    Thank you Roy - very much appreciated

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    Hey reeray thats great! That's a very fine portrait.
    Fun with the Fuji X ___! Just Sandra.. World of Games

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    Another icy walking day down at the waterfront market with the X100s.



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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Here are a few 'still life' shots with the X-T1 and the 18-55 zoom


    Emma's Fergie


    Fork and Ladle


    Sunday Morning


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    Here are some fenland landscapes (Astia Mode)


    Reflection


    Polish Peek a Boo


    Lone Pine

    Again with the X-T1 and the 16-55

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    Hi Again

    Here are some close ups and odds and ends from outside


    Emma's Bike


    Heiroglyph


    .....


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    Again X-T1 with the 18-55

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    Finally - I'm really enjoying the black and white conversion
    This is with the X-T1, the 18-55, converted with Silver efex Pro II


    Biscuit Time?
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    Lovely shots!!
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    X100s






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    1 and 3 grabbed my eye. Nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Finally - I'm really enjoying the black and white conversion
    This is with the X-T1, the 16-55, converted with Silver efex Pro II
    Jono,
    Great shot! Silver Efex is my favorite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Finally - I'm really enjoying the black and white conversion
    This is with the X-T1, the 16-55, converted with Silver efex Pro II


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    Very nice! Do you mean 18-55? Is this converted from jpg or raw? Urggh, so many questions at the moment...

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    Very nice! Do you mean 18-55? Is this converted from jpg or raw? Urggh, so many questions at the moment...

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    HI Mike
    This was actually converted from the jpg, and yes, the 18-55. Are you suffering?

    I hope so

    I'm suffering too . . waiting for the price for my insurance renewal - my poor poor car got busted in a puddle - repair cost . . . 13,000, the old engine can't even be turned over, it looks perfect, but it's perfectly screwed!

    And the car has to be on stilts .. . . I went to visit it today, and a splendid young guy (30?) was so enthusiastic about it - he's spent 3 days on it so far, and was hoping to fire up the new engine this afternoon.


    Dead Engine


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    Jono

    Almost pressed the 'like' button..... but seemed so inappropriate

    Ouch, that is bad. Seems we're both suffering in our own ways

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    Fiji X-E1 VC Heliar 75mm f2.5



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    ReeRay, those are really wonderful! I love the way the VC 75/2.5 works on the Fuji. One of my favorite combinations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    HI Mike
    This was actually converted from the jpg, and yes, the 18-55. Are you suffering?

    I hope so

    I'm suffering too . . waiting for the price for my insurance renewal - my poor poor car got busted in a puddle - repair cost . . . 13,000, the old engine can't even be turned over, it looks perfect, but it's perfectly screwed!

    And the car has to be on stilts .. . . I went to visit it today, and a splendid young guy (30?) was so enthusiastic about it - he's spent 3 days on it so far, and was hoping to fire up the new engine this afternoon.


    Dead Engine


    Second view of Dead Engine


    Poorly Car (but should be fine)
    Made in Germany. Made in Japan would still run......, maybe...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    ReeRay, those are really wonderful! I love the way the VC 75/2.5 works on the Fuji. One of my favorite combinations.
    Thanks Lloyd. As you say, a great lens and a real keeper for me.

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    Still -12C outside but there is a lot of power in the sun.

    X-Pro1 with 55-200mm zoom

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    Uuuuuu, who killed that engine and how ??
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    As I ready myself for the X-T1, i figured I'd delve into my X-archive and dig out a few to share:



























    Most were captured with the XPro-1, which was slow to focus when I had it. I am looking forward to the X-T1 getting out of the way and leaving me in better control of the images to be captured.
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    A wide and varied selection Ashwin, all excellent. After looking at them I'm left wondering, "why the heck did you change from the Fuji in the first place"?
    Beautiful.
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    Thanks so much, Gary! Ah yes, the never ending quest for perfection....
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    Nice set of photos, Ashwin!
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    It's almost like spring here . . . lovely frosty morning walks:





    Bier lane in crunchy black and white


    Mossy wall


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    Xe1 18-55mm f2.8-4


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    X100s, Frozen Taughannock Falls. Will be interesting when that ice dome breaks up after a thaw. I wouldn't want to be standing on the downstream footbridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    X100s, Frozen Taughannock Falls. Will be interesting when that ice dome breaks up after a thaw. I wouldn't want to be standing on the downstream footbridge.
    Just a footnote illustrating why one shouldn't dally too long near the base of this waterfall.

    Photos taken by a British photographer on his first (and probably last) visit to the falls. For size reference, the falls has a vertical drop of 215 ft.
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    From our trip last weekend to the Cairngorms. Overview of the river Spey and the Monadhliath mountains behind. (Also managed a days skiing in Glenshee ) X-pro1, 18mm f2 @f9





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    "....just add coffee"

    LOL....I know that feeling!

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    I got my X-T1 one day before I left for New Orleans and Mardi Gras.. not much time to get to know the little guy but the camera is quite intuitive. Love the dials on the top deck. Tilt LCD came in handy many times.

    Weather was cold and wet and both the X-T1 and I got soaked on a couple of occasions. Not a single problem from the camera due to rain or cold. No lock-ups or issues of any kind during the five days I was in New Orleans.

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    On the causeway crossing Lake Pontchartrain


    One of many tombs I photographed in the old graveyards in New Orleans


    Grounded boat of some kind on the northern shore of Lake Ponchartrain. It's been there for years.


    Colorful power meters near Commander's Palace


    The State Bird of Louisiana near Jean Lafitte, LA


    One of the large oak tress in Audubon Park.. planted in the 1700s


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    Thailand Village Scene

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    Fuji X100s - I was pleasantly surprised with this two-shot stitch. As long as the print-size isn't too large, one can surely do Landscapes with the X100s.



    Here's a link to the Phase One version in my portfolio. It's a different shot, (same night) with a my final interpretation and color palette.

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    Galleria Vittorio Emanuel in Milan, Italy

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    We are now going through freeze/thaw cycles which makes walking difficult on crusty snow and ice. A couple from today (freeze day) with the X100S in sixmile creek gorge.

    somewhat same idea :-) made last week during short winterholiday - I took a walk on the last day when it was snowing and it was a bit foggy


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    First shot with the 56 mm f/1.2 lens...the requisite selfie...Now, I need that X-T1 to show up lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    First shot with the 56 mm f/1.2 lens...the requisite selfie...Now, I need that X-T1 to show up lol
    Not fair.. my 56mm has been ordered since forever.....
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    Here's mine ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post


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