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    Quote Originally Posted by iiiNelson View Post
    I don't currently shoot Fuji and the only Medium Format camera I own is a Mamiya C330 Pro S... I just assumed they did a firmware update for the GFX cameras when the XH1 was released. It seems like Fuji will add every feature possible that's not a film simulations in their firmware updates. I scratch my head at that but maybe that's what gets people to buy the newest models.
    It's kind of weird Eterna is not included in the G-series by Fujifilm.
    Eterna support by Phase One appears to be in accordance, though I wonder how hard it will be to add it anyway:

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    Apparently all manual the new Zhongyi Optics Speedmaster 65mm f/1.4 Lens for Fuji GFX ($820)
    Review by Mr Rask: Mitakon 65mm f/1.4 for GFX
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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    GFX 50S: 35mm FORMAT NODE: OFF
    Image Size.: 8,256*6,192 = 51,121,152
    Image Ratio: 8,256/6,192 = 4/3 = 1.33333333333

    GFX 50S: 35mm FORMAT NODE: ON
    Image Size.: 6,768*4,512 = 30,537,216
    Image Ratio: 6,768/4.512 = 3/2 = 1.5

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    What’s up with this “35mm format Mode”, K-H ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    What’s up with this “35mm format Mode”, K-H ?
    "Patience, young grasshopper, patience".

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    Where does that phrase "patience young grasshopper" originate?
    https://www.quora.com/Where-does-tha...pper-originate
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    "Patience, young grasshopper, patience".

    Quote from:

    Where does that phrase "patience young grasshopper" originate?
    https://www.quora.com/Where-does-tha...pper-originate
    Yes, I still remember this phrase from the TV series of my youth ...
    But what about the “35mm format mode” ?
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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    It's kind of weird Eterna is not included in the G-series by Fujifilm.
    Eterna support by Phase One appears to be in accordance, though I wonder how hard it will be to add it anyway:

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    That is strange because the only cameras that support it internally are the XT3 and XH1 to the best of my knowledge. I wonder if it’s on the roadmap to be added to the GFX Cameras.
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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    The 8 Ducks of Ashley Pond



    Fuji GFX 50S + GF45mmF2.8 R WR @ ISO 100, FOCAL LENGTH 45.0 mm (36.0 mm in 35mm), APERTURE f/5.6, EXPOSURE TIME 0.00294s (1/340).
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    First National SANTA FE



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    Upgraded from C1-11.3 to 12 this morning and decided to test it out on an image shot from January in Alaska. GFX50s, GF23, f/4 20-seconds ISO 2000
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    Alaskan Sunrise (at 10:46 am) GFX50s GF120 f/8 1/1000 ISO 100
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Upgraded from C1-11.3 to 12 this morning and decided to test it out on an image shot from January in Alaska. GFX50s, GF23, f/4 20-seconds ISO 2000
    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Alaskan Sunrise (at 10:46 am) GFX50s GF120 f/8 1/1000 ISO 100
    Thanks Don. Great shots. I love your colors!
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Don. Great shots. I love your colors!
    Thank you, just got lucky
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    Decided to continue testing C1-12...

    The first image is full frame using a GFX50s, GF250 with the 1.4 extender and 45 WR macro attached. Shot handheld, AF using continuous shooting so I was able to capture several files and cherry pick the best one. The RAW was processed in C1-12 adding Provia (Standard) curve. The file then was opened in PSCC when the only thing I did was use shake reduction filter.

    f/5.6 1/200 ISO 250 The second image is a 100% crop. I like C1-12
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    Tree Lighting



    Fuji GFX 50S + Fujinon GF45mm F2.8 R WR @ ISO 3200, FOCAL LENGTH 45.0 mm (36.0 mm in 35mm), APERTURE f/2.8, EXPOSURE TIME 0.025s (1/40).


    Christmas Trees FOR SALE


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    Late Afternoon Shots from the Hill (as Los Alamos is also referred to. )



    Fuji GFX 50S + GF32-64mmF4 R LM WR @ ISO 100, FOCAL LENGTH, 64.0 mm (51.0 mm in 35mm), APERTURE f/11, EXPOSURE TIME 0.0125s (1/80).




    Fuji GFX 50S + GF32-64mmF4 R LM WR @ ISO 100, FOCAL LENGTH 64.0 mm (51.0 mm in 35mm), APERTURE f/11, EXPOSURE TIME 0.01786s (1/56).


    A Crop Detail I happen to like!


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    Fresh Snow on Construction Site



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    Thanks and some fine shots, K-H.
    I really love this 32-64/4 zoom: it's superb (for a zoom) !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Thanks and some fine shots, K-H.
    I really love this 32-64/4 zoom: it's superb (for a zoom) !
    Thanks Bart, much appreciated.
    I agree the 32-64/4 zoom is superb. Without a qualifier.

    Actually in addition to your stunning GF250 images, your very detailed high resolution full GF32-64 zoom image of the pond surrounded by almost green leafy trees impressed me so much that it sealed the deal in favor of the Fuji GFX 50S system.

    Thank you so much for that Bart!

    Then I have the utterly impressive GF23, 18mm 135 film equivalent.
    That’s another sublime lens addition, as is the GF120 MACRO.

    The GF45 was listed as the #1 selling GF lens at B&H, but out of stock everywhere. As I wanted one f/2.8 lens, so I grabbed it when it was finally listed in stock at Amazon. It’s the smallest and lightest of my GF Lenses, destined to be a walk around lens, although I don’t mind using any of the other lenses for that purpose. Now that I have used the GF45 a fair bit, I have recognized it as another superb member of the Fujinon GF lens family.

    Either I got lucky in my GF lens purchases or Fuji GF lenses don’t have significant amount of lens variation! It could be the latter as the lenses are on the big side!
    In this case ALL GOOD!
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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Fresh Snow on Construction Site



    Fuji GFX 50S + GF32-64mmF4 R LM WR @ ISO 100, FOCAL LENGTH 32.0 mm (25.0 mm in 35mm), APERTURE f/11, EXPOSURE TIME 0.01724s (1/58).
    Awesome shot KH - well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterA View Post
    Awesome shot KH - well done.
    Thank you Peter for the feedback, much appreciated.
    With best regards, K-H.

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    White Cloud over White Rock, NM



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    Still getting my feet wet using C1-12 and decided to try some files from July 2017. These were all processed completly in C1-12 with the only work done in PSCC was adding the watermark and resizing to Jpeg.
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    Stacking with Helicon Focus plug-in for C1P12.



    | gfx 50s | gf 250 | 1.4x tc | 45 ex |
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Stacking with Helicon Focus plug-in for C1P12.



    | gfx 50s | gf 250 | 1.4x tc | 45 ex |
    Thanks Bart.
    I can actually see the tulip bulb on second try.
    How many images are in the stack? TIA.
    Last edited by k-hawinkler; 1 Week Ago at 08:54.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Bart.
    I can actually see the tulip bulb on second try.
    How many images are in the stack? TIA.
    Tulip ? Garlic !

    I overshot it with 100 images (step 5, f/11) by quite a margin, but in the end only used 52 images.

    Nb. If you look carefully you'll notice quite a few 'white stripes' ...
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    Fuji GFX 50S + Leica WATE (36x24mm FF Format) @ ISO 100, APERTURE f/13, EXPOSURE TIME 1.9s (1.9).
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    Fuji GFX 50S + Fujinon GF23mm F4 R LM WR @ ISO 100, FOCAL LENGTH 23.0 mm (18.0 mm in 35mm), APERTURE f/32, EXPOSURE TIME 0.8s (0.8).
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    Last Direct Sunlight



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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    ....
    Great catch of a 'slither of golden light' - probably worth doing some PP work on this one- I'm thinking darker darker shadows to end up woithj three bands with detail in the golden band...

    just a thought
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    The 23mm is a very versatile lens...




    probably worth my time doing a fair bit of PP on this....
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    On a very windy day, standing on my toes reaching over a fence, holding the camera with one hand ...



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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    looks like a jack up drilling rig of some sort

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    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/TIV_MPI_Resolution


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    looks like a jack up drilling rig of some sort
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    On a very windy day, standing on my toes reaching over a fence, holding the camera with one hand ...



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    Terrific image Bart of an anazing ship, worthy of your tremendous athletic effort!
    This image shows on my iPad, whereas the two images you posted in artful flora don’t.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Terrific image Bart of an anazing ship, worthy of your tremendous athletic effort!
    This image shows on my iPad, whereas the two images you posted in artful flora don’t.

    Ship image doesn't show this morning!
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Ship image doesn't show this morning!
    I have been having problems seeing the images that both you and Bart have been posting in this thread. They load very slowly and often stop loading part way through so that I end up with a quarter or half of the image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I have been having problems seeing the images that both you and Bart have been posting in this thread. They load very slowly and often stop loading part way through so that I end up with a quarter or half of the image.

    Many thanks Carl. That’s good to know.
    My images are stored on smugmug and loaded from there.
    Maybe my images are just too large megabyte-wise.
    So next I will post 1/16 full size, so far I did ¼ full size.
    If ghat doesn’t work, I should just give up posting.
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    I saw it earlier. Now, it is an empty square!
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    I saw it earlier. Now, it is an empty square!
    Wow! Right after posting that it showed up!

    Spoo ky..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Wow! Right after posting that it showed up!

    Spoo ky..
    Thanks Vivek.
    I have the same experience with some of Bart’s images.

    The 50S produces these really phenomenally detailed images.
    Once one loses that, the reduced images don’t grab me anymore.
    I see really no point in posting those.

    PS: Maybe I should post ⅛ linear resolution, i.e. 1/64 pixel-wise with a link to a full-size jpg?
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    An interesting phenomena and I wouldn't be surprised if it has something to do with the size of the images, although in my opinion they are not that extremely large (max 2.8MB).
    Anyway, I'll post another image here, once at 100% and once at 50% JPEG quality.

    1800x1350 - 100% - 2.8 MB


    1800x1350 - 50% - 525 KB


    | gfx 50s | gf 23-64 |


    Mmm, can you actually notice any significant difference between the two ?
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    Blank square followed by an image.

    So it was the huge size!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Blank square followed by an image.

    So it was the huge size!
    Thanks, Vivek. Early days, but hopefully restricting the JPEG quality does the trick.
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    I can see both without any problem and have not had problems seeing Bart's images in the past.

    Might it be a restriction by the IP provider (of the person who can't see the large files) or a Browser setting?

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    and here I am posting JPEGS less than 500kb in size -
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