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  1. Let us rewind to the analog film days of photography. The 35-50mm taking lenses were kings of their era and were present to almost every manufacturer systems offered. Their maximum aperture were ranging from a modest F3.5 to an astounding F1.2 if you were able to afford it. With the introduction of electronic autofocus and motorized cameras they were replaced by a plethora of different trans-standard zoom lenses from the cheapest ones to the expensive "pro" such as the 24-70mm F2.8. And that tendency has been replicated right from the start of the digital cameras era.
  2. I've got a long love affair with the original rangefinder cameras (Leica M4-P & M6) and the now digital rangefinder style cameras (Fujifilm X-E2, X-E2S & X-E3). I don't know if it is due of the fact that their viewfinder is located off center (meaning not in the same optical axe of the picture taking lens). But that peculiar camera body design seems to stimulate my creativity and my motivation to brought the camera in places and at moments that I will have a tendency to ignore. The Fujifilm X-E3 is the fourth version of a popular model design that many photographers like to
  3. crowecg

    What’s the occasion?

    I thought all the big events were over and done with but there has been a barrage of new products in the last few days - all mirrorless ! first a new Nikon Z Lens; a new Canon R body plus a slew of R mount lenses previewed and a new body and lens from Fuji. There was also a Panasonic announcement a week or two earlier.
  4. FrankF asked if I could write up something about processing X-Trans raw files, noting that his usual adjustments for NEF files didn’t work with RAF files. Straight off, and despite much dismissive hand waving by those who would use Adobe Lightroom or Camera Raw to process their files regardless of any opinion as to the quality of the end result for X-Trans files, I can only say that I’ve tried ACR at every update until CC Rent-a Shop came into play and the results, while tinkered with substantially about the edge, were still nowhere near as good as processors using Dave Coffin’s dcraw algorit
  5. FrankF asked if I could write up something about processing X-Trans raw files, noting that his usual adjustments for NEF files didn’t work with RAF files. Straight off, and despite much dismissive hand waving by those who would use Adobe Lightroom or Camera Raw to process their files regardless of any opinion as to the quality of the end result for X-Trans files, I can only say that I’ve tried ACR at every update until CC Rent-a Shop came into play and the results, while tinkered with substantially about the edge, were still nowhere near as good as processors using Dave Coffin’s dcraw algorit
  6. If you have used this lens, let others know what you thought of it by rating (and/or) reviewing it in this thread. We will keep the thread as relevant as we can, so expect off-topic entries to be removed.
  7. I needed something wider than 18mm for the X-E1 to take pictures whilst doing safety inspections of heavy machinery. The choices were my superb Sigma 12-24mm in a Nikon mount, the Fuji 14mm and the Samyang 12mm f/2.0. The Sigma is slow at f/4.5 and quite large, and the Samyang is half the price of the Fuji. The loaner Samyang arrived today, and after an hour's use my first impressions are quite positive: Nicely packaged; not luxurious but not the bare minimum either. Nice looking lens. Smaller and more compact than I expected for a relatively fast lens. With hood reversed the camera with
  8. I needed something wider than 18mm for the X-E1 to take pictures whilst doing safety inspections of heavy machinery. The choices were my superb Sigma 12-24mm in a Nikon mount, the Fuji 14mm and the Samyang 12mm f/2.0. The Sigma is slow at f/4.5 and quite large, and the Samyang is half the price of the Fuji. The loaner Samyang arrived today, and after an hour's use my first impressions are quite positive: Nicely packaged; not luxurious but not the bare minimum either. Nice looking lens. Smaller and more compact than I expected for a relatively fast lens. With hood reversed the camera with
  9. Alan7140

    X-T1 & X-Pro1 will do me for work...

    On Sunday the Forests issue got traction yet again in protest to the current Federal government's attempt to have half of the recently declared (by UNESCO, at the previous Government's request) as extensions to the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, with an on-location protest rally in the forest. Considering it was a cold day, and that there is only one road into the area and no facilities at all out there, some 2,000 people turning up from all over the State was indeed telling as to the public mood concerning the situation. The main road was parked on both sides for over 4km, which me
  10. On Sunday the Forests issue got traction yet again in protest to the current Federal government's attempt to have half of the recently declared (by UNESCO, at the previous Government's request) as extensions to the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, with an on-location protest rally in the forest. Considering it was a cold day, and that there is only one road into the area and no facilities at all out there, some 2,000 people turning up from all over the State was indeed telling as to the public mood concerning the situation. The main road was parked on both sides for over 4km, which me
  11. Andrew L (gryphon1911)

    Comparison: Fuji X100s, Fuji X-T1, Olympus OM-D

    You may have read that we sold off all our Fuji X cameras and got the Nikon Df. We are happy to report that we are still very much pleased with the Nikon Df and use it whenever we can. The Df is my daily carry camera – it is with me 95% of the time. So what about the other 5%. Those are usually those times when having the Df is not practical. I’ve been wanting/lusting after what the Fuji X100s has to offer. I’ve only passingly handled the X100 and thought with all the improvements the X100s had to offer, it would be that much better. Walking into my favorite camera store this recently, I had
  12. Andrew L (gryphon1911)

    Comparison: Fuji X100s, Fuji X-T1, Olympus OM-D

    You may have read that we sold off all our Fuji X cameras and got the Nikon Df. We are happy to report that we are still very much pleased with the Nikon Df and use it whenever we can. The Df is my daily carry camera – it is with me 95% of the time. So what about the other 5%. Those are usually those times when having the Df is not practical. I’ve been wanting/lusting after what the Fuji X100s has to offer. I’ve only passingly handled the X100 and thought with all the improvements the X100s had to offer, it would be that much better. Walking into my favorite camera store this recently, I had
  13. Guest

    Bergen

    Two shots with the 56/1.2 and 10-24/4 respectively.
  14. Dallas

    Fujifilm X-T1

    If you have used the Fujifilm X-T1 please give it a rating by voting in the poll and share your thoughts and images taken with the camera in this thread so that other members of the community can make an informed decision if they are considering buying this item.
  15. Guest

    Missa Candelarum

    I live in a small city that have evolved around a 12'th century monastery. Every year the city celebrates an old tradition called Kyndelmisse (in Danish) which originates from the latin Missa Candelarum. It dates back to the middle ages and today it's a celebration of light and mid winter. As part of the celebration the city decorates buildings, public areas etc. with light. Here it is the 12'th century church decorated both inside and outside along with some trees. And the marketplace.
  16. Dallas

    Fujifilm X-E2

    If you have used the Fujifilm X-E2 please let us know what you thought of it in this thread. We might split off any off-topic stuff so as to keep the thread relevant to the product.
  17. Dallas

    Fujifilm X-Pro1

    If you have used the Fujifilm X-Pro1 camera, let us know what you thought of it in this thread. We'd like to keep this thread as relevant as possible, so off-topic posts may be split off to other parts of fotozones.com.
  18. Dallas

    Fujinon XF 35mm f/1.4 R

    If you have used this lens, let others know what you thought of it by rating (and/or) reviewing it in this thread. We will keep the thread as relevant as we can, so expect off-topic entries to be removed.
  19. Dallas

    Fujifilm X-A1

    If you have used the Fujifilm X-A1 please let us know how you got on with it. Share images here too if you like, this is our official thread for this camera.
  20. Dallas

    Fujifilm X-M1

    If you have used the Fujifilm X-M1, please let us know how you got along with it in this thread. Feel free to share images here too.
  21. Fujifilm X100 Firmware v.2.0 Fuji has released an unheardof postmortem firmware update for a discontinued camera - great news for those of us still slinging the vernerable, if slightly-quarrelsome, Fuji X100 - pre-S version, circa 2010-12. Précis: - 20% faster AF speed - enhanced focus distance - 30% improved close-up non-macro focusing distance - adds Manual Focus Peaking assist - Improved EVF or LCD MF wide open - 0.2 second faster start-up - toggleable AF selection area The new firmware won't yield the sensor improvements of the X100S, but the camera makes fine captures - and it just got
  22. Dallas

    Fujifilm X-E1

    If you have used the Fujifilm X-E1 mirrorless camera body please rate it on our poll and/or leave your thoughts in this thread. We will keep this thread relevant by moving off topic posts to other part of fotozones.com.
  23. Dallas

    Fujifilm X100s vs X-E1?

    I'll have to admit that the images being shown by members on here who are using the X-series cameras have caused me to look at the brand and its offerings with an eye to perhaps moving in that direction in the future. I have a question for users though: why would anyone pay the same amount for an X100s as a X-E1 body?
  24. If you have used this lens, let others know what you thought of it by rating (and/or) reviewing it in this thread. We will keep the thread as relevant as we can, so expect off-topic entries to be removed.
  25. So I am still learning to know the X20... After DPReview's review I decided to see if there is truth to the smudging results when using ACR. Yes there is! Here's a sample where I massaged the ACR sliders for at least 1/2 hour to squeeze out the best sharpness I could. ACR is easy to manouver around, Silkypix Raw Converter is NOT! But it does provide me with the best results so I guess I will have to bite the sour grape. As far as I can tell ACR only beats SRC wrt. noise suppression.
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