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    Lesser Knapweed flower - X-H1, Fujinon 80/2.8 - focus stack of 14 different captures.

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    I'm really enjoying photographing with the X-H1. I think Fuji got everything right about this camera. The X-T3 may have some improvements to the AF for action/wildlife but the X-H1 is the more professional body, imho. I'm also glad I took the plunge (and advantage of the current cashback offer in the UK) to acquire the 80/2.8 macro. This is one of the best macro lenses I have owned and an interesting feature is that one can use the TC1.4x with it to extend the range slightly. These are all focus stacked captures of various flowers in my garden.

    I've linked to the full size copies on Flickr but be aware they are very big files (15-20Mbs)

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    Fuji XF10

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    Outside the White House on June 20th. With an XF10.

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    Fuji XF10

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    X-T3, Fujinon XF 8-16/2.8

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    The National Gallery of Art, East building, Washington DC. XF10

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    Here is some camera porn, but with some thoughts.

    Choosing cameras is extremely complex. No doubt this is really personal. A couple of years ago, I was putting together a book on the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo. I had shot it on a Mamiya 6. What I noticed is I missed the spontaneity of that camera and the easy of carrying it--I had been using a Pentax 645D and that camera is big, heavy, and needs support in many cases. I also missed the rangefinder workflow.

    As you probably have noticed, I bought an X Pro2. Over that time, I started to travel and spend more time wandering around my neighborhood. What I wanted is a high-quality travel setup that would give me flexibility, not cost me a fortune, and give me a backup if I needed one--if you have ever lost your only camera in the field, you would know why this is important. Here is my solution:



    X Pro2, 14mm f/2.8, 23mm f/2, 50mm f/2, and XF10. (I also have a 90mm f/4 M-Rokkor that sometimes comes with me, but I leave it at home more often than not (that can be seen in the back under the tripod)). I have two optical viewfinders for the 14mm and 23mm when conditions are very dark--think the sky at night. New to my kit was a travel tripod. For business trips, my others were just too much in terms of weight and size. The carbon fiber Oben CTT-1000 is about 500g and 10" folder. The tripod extends to 15 inches and the extension adds another 12 inches (the extension is under the tripod in the image). I need to travel with it, but it ticks a lot of boxes.

    Hope this is useful for someone.
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

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    Here is some camera porn, but with some thoughts.

    Choosing cameras is extremely complex. No doubt this is really personal. A couple of years ago, I was putting together a book on the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo. I had shot it on a Mamiya 6. What I noticed is I missed the spontaneity of that camera and the easy of carrying it--I had been using a Pentax 645D and that camera is big, heavy, and needs support in many cases. I also missed the rangefinder workflow.

    As you probably have noticed, I bought an X Pro2. Over that time, I started to travel and spend more time wandering around my neighborhood. What I wanted is a high-quality travel setup that would give me flexibility, not cost me a fortune, and give me a backup if I needed one--if you have ever lost your only camera in the field, you would know why this is important. Here is my solution:

    X Pro2, 14mm f/2.8, 23mm f/2, 50mm f/2, and XF10. (I also have a 90mm f/4 M-Rokkor that sometimes comes with me, but I leave it at home more often than not (that can be seen in the back under the tripod)). I have two optical viewfinders for the 14mm and 23mm when conditions are very dark--think the sky at night. New to my kit was a travel tripod. For business trips, my others were just too much in terms of weight and size. The carbon fiber Oben CTT-1000 is about 500g and 10" folder. The tripod extends to 15 inches and the extension adds another 12 inches (the extension is under the tripod in the image). I need to travel with it, but it ticks a lot of boxes.

    Hope this is useful for someone.
    Thank you for posting this. Seeing what others use when travelling is always valuable input. I travel quite a lot, and unfortunately since I take photos for work (industrial) as well as for my own pleasure plus some for my stock portfolio, minimising my travel setup has become a headache, not to speak about the bag needed to carry it all.

    For now, I'm firmly planted in the MFT camp, but I'll have a long look at the X-Pro3 if and when it arrives. I miss having access to an optical viewfinder sometimes, and when it comes to mirrorless, Fuji is the only game in town. I like that tripod. Something to consider. I currently use a Gorillapod for travel, a convenient but annoying device.
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    I thought that as Will shared some of his equipment with us I'd use it as an excuse to take some photos of my Fuji gear (so I have them for insurance purposes if nothing else).



    This is my entire Fuji kit. Some of you may be surprised to learn I have divested myself of Fuji MF kit (based on the GFX50S). I had to for medical reasons. I've had to accept that as my back enters the middle of its seventh decade of service I am permanently unable to carry heavy camera equipment. A complete pain (literally). You'll noticed some duplication in my lenses.

    I had the 10-24 zoom which is a good lens but not outstanding. I bought the 8-16 UWA largely to replace the stellar GF23mm I was using. Obviously an APS-C camera is never going to match a MF at the pixel level but so far the perfomance of the 8-16 is excellent. I've kept the 10-24 because if and when my back goes on me again (as it does regularly) I can cart the 10-24 very easily.

    Likewise, I have the 18-55 kit lens and the 16-55/2.8. Similar reasons, although I also wanted wider lower end (e.g. 16mm) and the ability to use the 55/2.8 for casual portraits. Again, if my back plays up I'll just use the 18-55.

    I love macro lenses and parting with the GF120mm it was a no-brainer to get the 80/2.8 macro which so far I actually would say yields me shots which are equivalent to my eye to the GFX50S+120mm. I may fooling myself but the 80/2.8 is really that good.

    The 55-200 is just an all round extremely small but very useful lens to take with me. For architectural detail the quality of the IQ is excellent. Might even be the best value-for-money-image-quality lens of the bunch.

    Of course, I also have the 100-400 for my other passion, which is bird photography which I use exclusively on the X-T3.

    I was previously using the X-T3 as a second body for my GFX50S which is why I was tempted by the incredible offers currently on the X-H1 (which like the X-T3 included a 'free' grip). I also really liked the body when I played with it so I decided to add it. For most of my current project work, not including wildlife, I tend to prefer it over the X-T3. I mostly shoot buildings and street scenes so I don't need much more than a single AF point and the 24mpx sensor is more than enough (and for some reason I think produces nicer tones, especially for skin, than the X-T3).

    My group portrait was taken with my Ricoh GRIII and you can see set up in the photo below, taken with my Huawei P20 Pro.



    Incidentally, the tripod is a Vanguard Alta Pro 263CT carbon fibre tripod which I recommend as the best buy for a carbon fibre tripod. I paid four times as much for my Gitzo which fell apart the second time I used it almost depositing my Hasselblad into the road (a lucky catch on my part) and the legs on my 3 Legged Thing tripod (at least 3 times the cost) started to go loose at the hinges about the third time I used it. I've either been very unlucky or lucky given the fact that Vanguard seems to be built to a high standard for a very affordable price (and if it does fall apart in a year or two I won't be crying to the bank).
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

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    This is my entire Fuji kit. Some of you may be surprised to learn I have divested myself of Fuji MF kit (based on the GFX50S). I had to for medical reasons. I've had to accept that as my back enters the middle of its seventh decade of service I am permanently unable to carry heavy camera equipment. A complete pain (literally).
    Crikey - it does come as a surprise to me, Louis. But I'm very sorry for your back condition and especially you had to give up on your MF-kit.
    Still, I'm sure you will enjoy your X-series endeavours (and so will we . . .)

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    XF10, stitched panorama.

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    I was in Atlanta for a couple of days, see post above. This is with an X Pro2 and 50mm lens.

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    Both from Atlanta and both with the XF10.

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    Happy 4th.



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    Fuji X-T3, Fujinon 80/2.8, TC1.4x - click on the photo to see the 100% crop.

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    I would have shot this with my x100t, but it had to be in the Family Photo. The other digital cameras I have are the ALPA TC and Max with the CFV-50c or P45 backs and some old Sigma stuff I use for macro work (love the older Foveon sensor colors). Everything else is made for film. Since going to the APS-C sensor several years ago, I unloaded all my digital FF gear because I was not using it any longer. The last FF camera I shot with was the D750 which was my instructor camera at the school I taught at, and the last owned-by-me FF was a D700. No more need for FF; its Fuji APS-C and if larger reproduction is needed, then it is my tech cameras. Fuji has freed me up a lot!

    Top row: Touit 32/1.8, Touit 50/2.8 macro, X-Pro2 + 14/2.8, 50-230/4.5-6.7, 56/1.2 APD
    Bottom row: 18-55/2.8-4, Lensbaby Sweet 50, Lensbaby macro converters 8mm & 16mm, X-E2 (IR 590nm) + 23/2, 35/2, MCEX11 & MCEX16, X100T, TCL100 and WCL100 (chrome).

    I use all of these cameras weekly and I believe the x100t gets used the most. I even use it with the TCL100 for shooting some products in the studio when I am too lazy to pull out the heavier gear. I rented a x100f shortly after they came out, but decided to skip the upgrade and wait on the next generation. Lenses I will be changing in the future: sell the 56 APD which is a great lens, but I do not use it enough to justify keeping it. The 50-230 I got for a song used. I do not like shooting with zooms because of their weight, but I thought I would try out this lightweight zoom and it works great for what I use it for, but I hear great stuff about the 55-200/3.5-4.8 which is on my list. While the Touit 32 and 50 are beautiful lenses, they do not play well with IR. I think it must be the lead in the Zeiss secret sauce that gives them their IR issues, but on my X-Pro2 they are keepers.

    In the future I might get a XE-3 and keep the 18-55 on it for use as my quick all around snap camera, and have the x100t IR converted since I pretty much only use the 23/2 with my current IR setup.
    The Lensbaby stuff is what I shoot some of my studio floral work with, and other than that it does not get used. The macro rings MCEX11 & MCEX16 work well with the Touit 50 macro.
    I purchase used gear when it is a good deal and that is how I ended up with a chrome WCL100 converter lens.

    Thanks for sharing your Fuji Family Photos!

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    Darr, I feel like an underachceiver (but my wife does not ).
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    Darr, I feel like an underachceiver (but my wife does not ).
    You most certainly are not Will!!
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    How do you like the XF10?
    Well, as you have probably noticed, it is getting more use than my X Pro2. It is just so small, it is hard to find a reason to leave it at home. The problem with the small size is you can kind of think to don't have to pay attention as much as you do with a "real" camera. But if you put in the same discipline as with its bigger cousins, it can give really nice results.

    Verdict:

    Good: you can't rely on your inner slacker.
    Bad: you can't rely on your inner slacker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Well, as you have probably noticed, it is getting more use than my X Pro2. It is just so small, it is hard to find a reason to leave it at home. The problem with the small size is you can kind of think to don't have to pay attention as much as you do with a "real" camera. But if you put in the same discipline as with its bigger cousins, it can give really nice results.

    Verdict:

    Good: you can't rely on your inner slacker.
    Bad: you can't rely on your inner slacker.
    So become one with the camera, but be in the present moment.
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    Darr, great set of kit and interesting to see the different lenses you use.

    I can thoroughly recommend the 55-200. I got mine second hand so I saved some money on it.

    Sharpness and colouration are great all through the range, in my experience. It is the best value-for-money-image-quality lens I have.

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    Darr, great set of kit and interesting to see the different lenses you use.

    I can thoroughly recommend the 55-200. I got mine second hand so I saved some money on it.

    Sharpness and colouration are great all through the range, in my experience. It is the best value-for-money-image-quality lens I have.

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    one from a few years ago. fuji x-pro1 & 55-200mm. a couple of star wars droids that a buddy of mine painted.

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    A couple more photographs taken with the X-T3 and the Fujinon 80/2.8 macro with the TC1.4x teleconverter applied.



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    A couple more photographs taken with the X-T3 and the Fujinon 80/2.8 macro with the TC1.4x teleconverter applied.



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    While killing time waiting at the Atlanta airport, I rode their underground driverless shuttle/train. All XF10.

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    So very beautiful!!
    Thanks, Darlene. I think Fuji has created a very wonderful lens with the 80/2.8. I've owed a lot of macro lenses over the years - my favourite prior to this was the Panasonic Leica 45/2.8 Elmarit. The Fuji is easily as good, if not better.

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    X Pro2 and 50mm f/2 lens
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    Mkinvartsveri (Kazbek, 5047m).
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