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    Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    Well, just the X-Pro 2 for the time being.

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    Re: Pixel-peeping the Fuji X-Pro 2

    I come to the X Pro2 from using Leica M rangefinders, both film and digital, and the hybrid viewing interface, with autofocus, is really appealing to me. So it is natural to wonder how the new Fuji with its excellent 23/1.4 lens, stacks up against my trusty M[240] with a 35 mm Summilux-asph FLE. I went out to my favorite resolution testing ground, not a brick wall but a hilltop covered with more about 50,000 concrete graves:

    xZHD3 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    If I look at this scene, shot at f/1.4 on the Fuji, the image is sharp on center, contrast a little low, but things do really go to pot in the corners. Here's an 800x600 crop of the lower left corner:

    DSCF0319 copy by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    The smearing or flare at the bright edges in the corner can be reduced somewhat by careful demosaicing. AccuRaw's transform, with its controls set to provide some reduction of chroma and luma noise during the demosaicing, cleans up about half of the smearing. But a greater improvement is seen from simply working at f/4 instead of f/1.4:

    DSCF0322 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    Switching to the M[240] and 35 mm SX-FLE, also at f/1.4, we are forced to overexpose (max shutter speed 1/4000 sec) but do not see a smearing problem:

    L6004674 copy by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    and at f/5.6 again everything is sharp

    L6004677 copy by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 -- some comments

    Before I forget, I've noticed that the Fuji is set up with less headroom than I am used to. I've lost detail in highlights before getting used to setting exposure compensation at -.3 to .7 stops in bright long scale scenes. And the clattering that the 23/1.4 lens makes due to constant autofocus, that I have also seen remarked on in reviews, finally stopped when I set single AF not only in the menus but also with the little three position knob on the front of the camera. Having the electronic shutter to supplement the mechanical one for shutter speeds above 1/8000 sec is helpful. I've seen shots wide open that came in at 1/18000 sec.

    The OOC Jpegs are fairly good, but have dark shadows when I protect the highlights, so I am currently developing the RAF files into linear DNGs using AccuRaw, then finishing and fine-tuning with Capture One, which won't support 24 MPx Fuji RAF files until 9.2 at the earliest. I'm also hoping that C1 will be able to work with the lossless compressed RAF files that LR handles, but AccuRaw cannot. It appears that fairly close cooperation with Fuji is needed to sort this out. The result is that each raw file plus jpeg combination that I shoot now takes up 150 MB when it could be about 25-30 MB.

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    Re: Last Kitty POW

    (Previous Kitty POWs are spread over the M43 and Leica fora.) Tai is pretty much grown up now, 7 or so months old, 85 cm from forepaws to hind paws when stretched out.

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    X Pro2, ISO 200, f/4 1/7 sec

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    Attention X-Pro 2 Owners!

    Expert Shield has made some screen protectors for the X-Pro 2 (and the Olympus Pen F). They sent me a set of X-Pro 2 screen protectors to try out by mistake. If anyone in interested in them, please send me a PM and I will pop them in the mail to you. The catch: you have to post a review about them. Here on GetDPI is fine. I only have one, so first come, first serve.
    Carlos Echenique | Carlos Echenique Photography |Olympus OM-D E-M1 MK II | Olympus Pen-F - M.Zuiko 17mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8, Rokinon 12mm f/2 NCS
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    oh dear... I could not resist.... now I have the number 2 in my hands :-)

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    Today's program... the sun! finally....

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    This time a little Coffee House photography. X-Pro2 and 18-55mm.



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    Just join X-Pro 2 wagon

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    with XF16/1.4 WR
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and XF16mm

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    Another day....another photo. It is Portland after all:






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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    ...the colours from the X-Pro 2 seems so very very attractive to me...very "edible"...and that XF16/1.4....uuhm, it seems..
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    This X-Pro2 reminds me so much my Leica M4-P ... and all other film ones.... size, thickness... mindset...

    anyway...



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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    Eastern Market, Detroit
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2



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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    I've a question (an embarrassing question I might add) for all the experienced elders, gurus and users of X-Pro2 - Every time I press the shutter on my newly acquired X-Pro2, I get two snapshots on my SD card. First I thought that, since I only used one card in the first slot, the camera was giving me a backup on the only card I had. I then put a 2nd card in the 2nd slot, and it still gives me 2 copies on the first card. I use a manual aperture priority mode, adapted lenses and fine jpegs, and I've also noticed that on a few occasions with low lighting the camera gave me only one copy of the shot when I used only one card in the first slot.
    I went through the manual with a gimlet eye, and I still can't figure out how to have only one shot recorded on the SD in the first slot.
    Does anybody know how to do it? Has it come up before?
    Thanks for your attention to the matter.

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    Raw + Jpg ? (though I don't own the Pro2, sorry)
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    Menu --> (it should be pointing to IQ) Image Quality does it say RAW + FINE? Then you are getting a raw file plus a jpeg.

    At any rate, tell us the file extensions and file sizes that you see for the two copies of the shot you just took.

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    Do you have some kind of bracketing turned on? That might give you the extra shot

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    Thanks for the suggestions, gentlemen. Bracketing of some sort was my initial suspicion too. I'm using fine jpegs IQ setting which produces jpegs only in 10mg to 12mg sizes. On a couple of occasions the pair differed by 0.1mg which suggests that they are not exact copies, and now I see that some paired images are misaligned confirming the bracketing cause. The problem is I can't find anything in the menus that does that. In the 'shooting setting', which seems like the place to look for it, there is something called 'interval timer shooting' where you can choose the interval and the number of shots. But the number of shots is set to 001, and I can't find anything else that can be remotely responsible for multiple shots.

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    A three shot pano of the Willamette River Falls and dam. in the early 1800's the Hudson Bay Company established a trading post here to trade for furs with the Indians. Settlers started coming here in the 1820's to get food and help. This place became Oregon City, and the end of the Oregon Trail is a mile or so behind the camera:



    The site became the center on industry for early Oregon. The first hydroelectric dam in Oregon was built here. The now abandoned, except for the power turbines, latest in 19th and early 20th century industrial technology:



    So it goes. Industry has now moved on. But the abandoned saw mills. paper mills, etc., sit along the river slowly decaying.
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    To be honest, most all cameras nowadays make excellent images. Unless one has some special need, imho, one should just go with the budget and the need.

    But must enjoy using the camera. Living in peace with one's camera.


    I do need to get out of the house. But it is very very hot outside nowadays..

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    Jorge, I was going thru your gallery images..what to say my friend. Just wonderful..
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    I am currently renting a X-Pro2 and lenses to see if I want to take the plunge. My mirrorless camera has been the NEX-7, but it is time for an upgrade. I do not want to go the SONY route this time around and prefer a camera to operate more like a film camera than a menu driven computer. I am liking the X-Pro2 a lot, especially the design and operation. Here are my first and second attempts at using it. Unfortunately work and a bit of summer rain has me behind trying to use it.




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    Joey the cat picture happened shortly after I pulled the camera out of the box and placed the lens on. Joey was sitting on the table and wanted to check it out, so I took the opportunity to make a meme and post it on facebook for my friends and family to see that he is doing well. Joey is a recent addition and has been through hell. He is a tripod kitty (three legged) and had multiple complications from being run over when he was ten weeks old. He was dropped off at my veterinarian's office and left to die. Joey spent over six months there and they tried to save his leg after multiple surgeries, but it never healed right and it got in his way. I agreed to adopt him if he made it through all the various complications. Joey is a survivor and turned one year-old in May. He is a really smart kitty and is goofing off in the photo.

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    The hydrangea are from my yard and were photographed very late in the day. The black and white photo was very easy to post process, but I wanted to work the pixels on the next shot. The hydrangea photo was processed through Lightroom and Topaz filters. Overall I really like the camera, but need to spend more time playing with it. Hopefully tomorrow it will not rain and I can take off and walk around a favorite small town in Georgia for pictures. I also want to post process through Capture One. I rented the XT-1 last year, but did not like it so much. So far the files from the X-Pro2 look excellent.

    I appreciate this thread and all the contributors greatly as I have been looking and reading here for a while. It was this thread and your photos that helped to convince me to start looking at the X-Pro2, and I thank you all!

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    Re: shooting fast with the new 35/2.0

    Some of the older Fuji lenses take a perceptible moment to focus (and make funny noises while doing it) but not the very compact new XF 35/2.0 WR lens, which also leaves the entire optical frame unblocked even when I am using the higher magnification view setting. So for snap shooting with lots of people around on the XPro2, it makes a nice combination. Some examples from a big barbeque:

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    to change ... one in color...

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    Took the plunge for a X-Pro2, Touit 32mm f/1.8 and XF 14mm f/2.8 R. Below a few images during a walk around testing the Touit 32. Used Acros in camera and then for camera calibration profile in Lightroom. I like this camera and lens a lot.









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    Skydiving for beginners

    Spent a few hours at Pepperell, MA's skydiving center, using the X Pro2 and 35/2 for quick shots. You may have heard about parachutists landing on the run, or in a "parilette" roll to cushion the impact, but for the first-time tandem ride, in which the parachutist is strapped to an instructor with a big chute that opens automatically, landings are butt-first, sitting back:

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    The instructor gathers up acres of chute and lumbers off to get ready for the next ride

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    while the passenger, ecstatic, rejoins her relieved family

    DSCF1146 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    One disappointment; I lost several shots of the jump plane taking off, with blue sky behind, trees below, and grass in the foreground, when the AF chose to select the grass, leaving everything out of focus. Setting infinity focus and getting the camera to leave it there is tricky.

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    Still on vacation.....



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    Tempted by the 56/1.2

    I've been intrigued by the 56/1.2, an older Fuji lens, optically corrected rather than relying on software, and I ran into one in a camera shop today. It might have been a response to the success of the Canon 85/1.2, since there is an even rarer version with some modifications to make the out of focus parts of the images even blurrier -- not really what I would want. Even though the lens with its lens shade is quite large, it doesn't block much of the optical viewfinder rectangle in the X-Pro2, less in fact than the 23/1.4 does. It's AF is kinda slow and noisy, like the 23. But it makes nice images. Here are a few obtained while playing with the lens in the store:

    at f/1.2:

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    at f/4:

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    and at f/5.6:

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    Just watch out that the AF works as intended, there were early ones that went out of focus if the lens was pointed upwards - you will certainly find additional info on that through google. I had a lens like this that was eventually replaced by Fuji.

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    I absolutely loved my 1.2/56 on the XT1. This might be one of the first lenses I will get as soon as I am going back into the Fuji X system again - either with the XPro2 or I rather believe with the XT2
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    Been walking through Casablanca today - mostly the 18mm - somme pp is not perfect but that will have to wait for now....

    In these circumstances the battery lasts about 360 shots

    Tomorrow morning I move towards the inner part of morocco - will be much hotter than in Casablanca or Rabat.
    Nice summer days!
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2

    Simply to show what the X-Pro2 delivers.
    The 1883 "Lawn" apartments. The first Portland townhomes for the "well off." Portland vernacular architecture, and today a historical landmark:


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    Carriages of all sorts

    The Remington Carriage Museum, conveniently located in in Cardston, Alberta, a prosperous Mormon town close to the Canadian Waterston Park and American Glacier National Park, has hundreds of horse-drawn vehicles, such as this elegant runabout:

    DSCF1888 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    and even one horseless carriage, similar is structure to the iconic 1903 REO, but several years earlier:

    DSCF1846 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    Located in the vast and distant prairie, the museum of course includes an example of a popular mail-order buggy, shown before

    DSCF1850 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    and after the "unboxing experience":

    DSCF1852 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    This English public transport carriage was in the shop. Note the modern drum brakes.

    DSCF1900 Panorama by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    The museum also has a stable of horses, offers rides, and even shows how one learns to handle small and large teams of horses (it takes years, starting as a child with ponies). Here's an album of pictures, but it barely scratches the surface of the collection: https:[email protected]/z9R224 .

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    Re: A very calm, but wild mountain goat

    DSCF1549 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

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