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    Recently I too became a proud Fuji-owner, when I bought a second hand Fuji G-kit.
    And after taking the first few snaps last weekend, I'm looking now for a suitable thread for posting.

    Now, the most active photo threads here are "Fun with the Fuji X" and "Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2".
    But there seems to be no general Fuji thread nor a "Fun with the Fuji G" thread.

    So I thought wouldn't it be nice to have a combined thread for all current and future Fuji X and G series cameras.
    A thread name with no 'fun' in it, but with a 'funny' name nonetheless, so I was thinking of Mount Fuji Active

    What do you guys think ? Continue with camera type specific threads or start a (this) new combined thread ?




    Anyway, I'd like to post here my Fuji images and see if the thread catches on and gathers momentum.
    If not and it becomes a lonely place, I'll seek refuge elsewhere like Dante's place ...

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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    Personally, I am open to anything. Anyone else..?
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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    Congrats on getting a GFX Bart!

    I was surprised to see both a general "Fun with Fuji X__!" images thread and a separate thread just for X-Pro2/X-T2 images, but I guess some people thought the second generation X cameras were different enough to warrant a new image sharing thread.

    If there is going to be another thread here for Fuji images, I would vote for having this thread be for the medium format G series only (from the current and all future generation G cameras). Of course, many Fuji G owners are already posting their images in the Medium Format forum.

    Wish I had a GFX so I could post a few images here (or anywhere) someday.

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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    I'll post more regularly when I recieve a GFX R in a month or so...
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    Well WTH - let's kick-off with this view on Amsterdam CS ...



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    Note: posted this image already two days ago in the PAW thread ...
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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    Congrats, Bart!

    Some day, I hope to join in with a GFX R.
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    Congratulation Bart.

    Just let’s have them images. Where...you folks decide

    Have fun.
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    Good lord! When I first saw the title I though Fujiyama has erupted!

    Congrats to your new camera and looking forward to seeing more pics from you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fotoism View Post
    Good lord! When I first saw the title I though Fujiyama has erupted!

    Congrats to your new camera and looking forward to seeing more pics from you.
    Me too. Misleading name for an image thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Recently I too became a proud Fuji-owner, when I bought a second hand Fuji G-kit.
    And after taking the first few snaps last weekend, I'm looking now for a suitable thread for posting.

    Now, the most active photo threads here are "Fun with the Fuji X" and "Fun with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and X-T 2".
    But there seems to be no general Fuji thread nor a "Fun with the Fuji G" thread.

    So I thought wouldn't it be nice to have a combined thread for all current and future Fuji X and G series cameras.
    A thread name with no 'fun' in it, but with a 'funny' name nonetheless, so I was thinking of Mount Fuji Active

    What do you guys think ? Continue with camera type specific threads or start a (this) new combined thread ?




    Anyway, I'd like to post here my Fuji images and see if the thread catches on and gathers momentum.
    If not and it becomes a lonely place, I'll seek refuge elsewhere like Dante's place ...

    Krgds.
    Great idea to let us all get together, Bart!
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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Well WTH - let's kick-off with this view on Amsterdam CS ...



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    Note: posted this image already two days ago in the PAW thread ...
    ..and congratulations with your GFX and fine entry-picture!
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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    Thank you everyone for all of your replies and encouraging words.
    Let's just see how this thread develops ...
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    Group of party goers



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    From an other image a serious crop ...



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    eavesdropping ...



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    something 'arty' ...



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    Like your images, but it would be even more interesting to indicate location,etc with each image. Thanks.
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    Amsterdam, Lou.

    You should visit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Amsterdam, Lou.

    You should visit!
    Lived there 30 years ago, but do not remember these structures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by algrove View Post
    Like your images, but it would be even more interesting to indicate location,etc with each image. Thanks.
    Thanks and sorry for that, but since you lived here; it's the former NDSM shipyard located north from 'Het IJ'. Use Googlemaps and look for "NDSM, Amsterdam"

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    some inside shots of the former NDSM shipyard ...





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    Inside shots of the former NDSM shipyard ...







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    mirror mirror ...



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    For my Sigma Art 20/1.4 and 135/1.8 EF-lenses I have a Kipon adapter (EF-GFX AF).
    That KIPON adapter gave me a little headache at first.
    Although the lenses were recognised by the camera body (EXIF data) and the AF motor was engaged, the lenses wouldn't focus properly.
    It turned out my adapter was still on firmware version 1.09 while the current version is 1.15
    So with the firmware sorted focusing is now very accurate albeit a little slow.
    The lenses show a considerable amount of vignetting when used in the GFX's native 4:3 mode: the 20/1.4 more than the 135/1.8
    I think the little vignetting of the 135/1.8 is pretty good correctable, but not so the 20/1.4 (I'll show a sample soon).
    As the lenses are basically designed for a 3:2 sensor, I'd say that some vignetting is to be expected (and accepted).
    Anyway, while the 135/1.8 can be used 'safely' in 4:3 mode, the 20/1.8 should remain in 3:2 mode and still requires a correction of approximately +1.5 (C1).

    Here is a sample of the 135/1.8 in 4:3 mode and you'll notice some vignetting in all four corners.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    For my Sigma Art 20/1.4 and 135/1.8 EF-lenses I have a Kipon adapter (EF-GFX AF).
    That KIPON adapter gave me a little headache at first.
    Although the lenses were recognised by the camera body (EXIF data) and the AF motor was engaged, the lenses wouldn't focus properly.
    It turned out my adapter was still on firmware version 1.09 while the current version is 1.15
    So with the firmware sorted focusing is now very accurate albeit a little slow.
    The lenses show a considerable amount of vignetting when used in the GFX's native 4:3 mode: the 20/1.4 more than the 135/1.8
    I think the little vignetting of the 135/1.8 is pretty good correctable, but not so the 20/1.4 (I'll show a sample soon).
    As the lenses are basically designed for a 3:2 sensor, I'd say that some vignetting is to be expected (and accepted).
    Anyway, while the 135/1.8 can be used 'safely' in 4:3 mode, the 20/1.8 should remain in 3:2 mode and still requires a correction of approximately +1.5 (C1).

    Here is a sample of the 135/1.8 in 4:3 mode and you'll notice some vignetting in all four corners.



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    Amazing detail for a handheld shot even after some serious cropping ...



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    Rozenoord monument ...





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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    These are looking great, Bart!

    Any chance we will see the Sigma ART 105/1.4 on the GFX50S?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    These are looking great, Bart!

    Any chance we will see the Sigma ART 105/1.4 on the GFX50S?
    Thanks and ... nope: the 135/1.8 has a smaller DoF than the 105/1.4
    I can’t/won’t argue about the OoF quality, but I think the 135/1.8 is doing fine too.

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    not sure what happened here ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    For my Sigma Art 20/1.4 and 135/1.8 EF-lenses I have a Kipon adapter (EF-GFX AF).
    That KIPON adapter gave me a little headache at first.
    Although the lenses were recognised by the camera body (EXIF data) and the AF motor was engaged, the lenses wouldn't focus properly.
    It turned out my adapter was still on firmware version 1.09 while the current version is 1.15
    So with the firmware sorted focusing is now very accurate albeit a little slow.
    The lenses show a considerable amount of vignetting when used in the GFX's native 4:3 mode: the 20/1.4 more than the 135/1.8
    I think the little vignetting of the 135/1.8 is pretty good correctable, but not so the 20/1.4 (I'll show a sample soon).
    As the lenses are basically designed for a 3:2 sensor, I'd say that some vignetting is to be expected (and accepted).
    Anyway, while the 135/1.8 can be used 'safely' in 4:3 mode, the 20/1.8 should remain in 3:2 mode and still requires a correction of approximately +1.5 (C1).
    Here is the promised sample of the 20/1.4 'vignetting'. Basically the projected image circle is too small to cover the sensor properly.
    It turned out that even at 3:2 format the JPG is affected beyond PP repair other then cropping.
    Next run will be in '35mm format mode', but then the JPG output is fixed to L(3:2) 8256x5504 format.

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    4:3 RAW (C1 processed)
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    ..you are rolling, Bart
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    +1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    +1.
    +2 Very nice heron shot and that big sensor gives you plenty of room for cropping.
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    Re: Mount Fuji Active

    Bart

    Did you get the 63 also or figured the 43-64 zoom could cover that FL? Just wonder if the non-LM on the 63 has street use limitations?
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    Bart

    Did you get the 63 also or figured the 43-64 zoom could cover that FL? Just wonder if the non-LM on the 63 has street use limitations?
    As I only have the zoom I can't comment on the non-LM primes having limited street credit for being more 'noisy'.
    I guess the sound of the AF motor is only noticeable to the operator and I deem it very unlikely it will be the main reason for distracted passersby if that's your concern.
    To play it safe go manual or wait for the 50mm F3.5 R LM WR.
    And yes, I figured the zoom, although substantially larger, would cover both 45 and 63.

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    close encounters ...



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    The Grote Kerk or St Nicholas church of Monnickendam ...





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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    As I only have the zoom I can't comment on the non-LM primes having limited street credit for being more 'noisy'.
    I guess the sound of the AF motor is only noticeable to the operator and I deem it very unlikely it will be the main reason for distracted passersby if that's your concern.
    To play it safe go manual or wait for the 50mm F3.5 R LM WR.
    And yes, I figured the zoom, although substantially larger, would cover both 45 and 63.

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    The last time I tried out a GFX it had the 63 mounted on it. I don’t recall the motor being as noisy as an old style screw drive lens but you could hear it. I don’t think it would be distracting in normal usage to anyone but the user personally. I do find that the 32-64 is probably a great all around “starter” lens if you don’t mind the size though... in fact I think I could get by with the 23, 32-64, and 110 for most things personally. I read the 250 is great as well but I haven’t tried one for myself yet.
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    Too more of the Grote Kerk or St Nicholas church of Monnickendam ...





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    I just love autumn ...



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    broken ...



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    It ain't nice when you're a 'mice' ...





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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    It ain't nice when you're a 'mice' ...





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    or a couple of ticks.
    Ticks ? Nicrophorus or ‘burying beetle’.
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    Ticks ? Nicrophorus or ‘burying beetle’.
    Ahhh... looked sort of like a tick.
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    A street in Monnickendam ...



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