Oktober 2015

See Agra and then quickly head for Gwalior | Paul Perton

Gwalior. Not on the itinerary of many India visitors and it really should be. I’d added it to ours on a whim – the evening before the details of our tour were set in stone, I’d been idly remembering a series of British steam locomotives that had been named in the ’30s after various Commonwealth countries, provinces and cities. Amongst them, Gwalior. Not very PC in this insane world of being frightened of offending people, but there was an easy two day slot in our schedule. So, why not? I’m glad we did.The observant amongst you will quickly realise that I’ve skipped Agra and the Taj Mahal. Not. That’s about to happen. In truth, Gwalior probably ought to rank equally with the TM and if you’ve been there before, do replace it on your list of places to see……….

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Fuji X-Pro1

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Fuji X-T1 Review – Yep, It’s A Fuji | A Gentleman’s Word

We like to consider ourselves experts in our chosen fields around here. However, when someone like Zack Arias steps into the room, we all take notice. Zack is widely recognized as one of the top commercial and editorial photographers of our time. His travels have taken him around the world several times over to places such as; India, Dubai, Italy, Hong Kong and Turkey. When not working, he and his wife Meghan have a full house of four boys and we can’t forget to mention their pet, Carl. You’ll meet him below. We’ve gone back and forth with Zack on Twitter a number of times discussing new photography goods and asked him if he’d like to share one of his thorough reviews with our readers. He reviews as we do, with bold honesty. Wanting to know more about the latest release from the Fuji guys, and knowing the X-T1 had already been traveling with Zack, his review dropped with perfect timing………

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Fuji X-T1

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Fujifilm XF 90mm f2 Review | Derek Clark

I had instant gear lust when the 90mm was announced. A full frame equivalent to a 135mm f2 is probably the ultimate portrait lens for great compression and beautiful shallow depth of field. But as usual, in the space between gear announcements and actual release, my brain takes over and starts to through in a bit of sense to the mix. I already have a 16, 18, 23, 35, 56, 16-55, 18-55 and 50-140mm. Plus the two conversion lenses for the X100T. Do I really need another lens? But when I was asked recently to write some posts for Fuji’s blog about my favourite lenses, I made the mistake of mentioning that I didn’t own a 90mm and was on the fence about getting one. That was a bad idea, because Fuji then sent me a 90mm to try out……..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 90mm F2.0

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Review: The Fuji X-T10 | Ian MacDonald

Fuji Canada was kind enough to lend me a review copy of the Fuji X-T10 to use this summer.  I shot with this camera at a wedding, on several portrait assignments, at a concert, on several days of street photography, and during a vacation.   This real world usage will be the foundation for this review.  We will talk numbers and specs a little, but mostly I’d like to share my experiences (and a lot of photographs) with you. The truth is that I had been intrigued by this camera since it was announced, as I had been looking for a backup to my Fuji X-T1.  I always bring my Fuji X100t with me on shoots, but a backup interchangeable lens camera is a must for paid client work.  I was looking for something that felt familiar in my hands, worked with my existing lenses, and for something that wouldn’t break the bank.  I had initially set my eyes on a used Fuji X-E2, but a good friend reminded me of the importance of working with two camera bodies that are similar so your muscle memory can take over when it counts………

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Fujifilm X-T10

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More REACH. XF1.4 TC | Ivan Joshua Loh

Don’t we all want to jump higher, swim faster or go further. Here is it, and its now within reach. The Fujinon XF1.4 TC WR. The frist tele-convertor for Fujifilm X-series. Its currently only able to paired with the XF 50-140mm F2.8 WR zoom lens. Transforming it to a 70-196mm lens or in 135mm format its will be a 105-294mm zoom lens. Weighting about 130g; The XF1.4 TC features an excellent optical design with a construction of 7 elements in 3 groups to maintain the optical performance of the original lens. Also, thanks to the unified design when mounted to a compatible lens, the teleconverter is weather and dust-resistant and operates at temperatures as low as -10°C. Hopefully this will make you feel invincible when used with the weather and dust-resistant X-T1 camera body and XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR lens………..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF50-140mm F2.8

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Fujifilm XF35mm f/2 R WR: 1st Impressions | Bigheadtaco

Fujifilm has finally done it. Like the Leica M lens model, sell multiple versions of the same focal length but at different maximum apertures. This is a smart decision. Leica has done this and the formula has worked for them for over 60 years. Can Fujifilm pull it off? They can with the 50mm equivalent focal length of 35mm on a cropped APS-C sensor. The venerable XF35mm f/1.4 is probably the best selling prime lens in the Fujifilm x-mount line-up, and for good reason. It’s sharp, compact, and reasonably priced. With the announcement of the new XF35mm f/2 R WR, Fujifilm has matured their lens choices for prime lens shooters. For those who wish for a slightly lighter, slightly more compact, and a weather-sealed body at a 50mm equivalent (at a lower price point as well), the new XF35 f/2 R WR is a solid lens…….

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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Fuji X-T10 Review | Nasim Mansurov

Without a doubt, the Fuji X-T1 has been a huge success for Fujifilm, being one of the most rugged, versatile and very capable interchangeable-lens mirrorless cameras on the market. It did not take long for me to fall in love with it – after writing my in-depth review of the Fuji X-T1, I ended up buying one for myself. The X-T1 took the market by storm and many photographers ended up buying that camera either as a primary tool, or as a secondary camera to a full-frame DSLR. Despite the many offerings from Fuji, including the X-A2, X-E2, X-M1 and the X-Pro1, the X-T1 is the camera that made the most impact overall. The success of the X-T1 was the reason why Fuji decided to create a stripped down version of the same camera at a lower price point and that’s how the Fuji X-T10 was born……..

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Fujifilm X-T10

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Fujifilm XF 27mm f/2.8 | Matthew Hart

I have been shooting with the Fuji X System now for since June 2012 and as many people know have fallen head over heels in love with the brand. Over this time I have used most of the cameras and lenses but a few have slipped through my fingers. Back in the summer a friend of mine posted his 27mm lens on facebook in the Fujiholics group for sale and it was such a great price I thought I would just buy it even if I used it now and then it looked so small I could just pop it in my pocket ! So the deal was done and the lens was mine, I bolted it on to my X-T10 and its been on there ever since! I love shooting with both my X-T10’s when out and about and normally the 35mm f/1.4 and the 90mm f/2 are my walk about kit this little lens has taken over from the 35mm lens, I still carry the 35mm f/1.4 with me for when the light drops off in the evening or for adding the little bit of length back in the shot but as lenses go this 27mm lens is just perfect for the X-T10. With the 27mm f/2.8 on the X-T10 it about the same size as the X100T making it perfect size for my go everywhere Street camera for when I was to shoot using the super fast AF system on the X-T10. I always used to shoot my X100T on manual and zone focus but the X-T10 changed all that for me, I now shoot AF all the time and the focus tracking is spot on……..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 27mm F2.8

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Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2 R APD lens | Photo Review

The XF 56mm f/1.2 R APD lens is a follow-up to the Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2 R, which was announced in early January 2014. The difference between the new lens (which was announced nine months later) is the apodisation (APD) filter, which is used to smooth away bokeh outlines when wide apertures are used. According to Fujifilm, the filter has no effect on image sharpness and the resulting ‚combination of image sharpness and beautiful bokeh delivers portraits with a three-dimensional feel‘. Offering a focal length equivalent to 84mm in 35mm format, this lens is ideal for portraiture and, as a result has been designed for use at its widest aperture setting – or up to one stop down. This enables photographers to separate subjects from their backgrounds by blurring areas outside the plane of focus. The APD filter will provide a more attractive background blur from the new lens than  its predecessor could render………

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 56mm F1.2 APD

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Nikon D600 vs Fujifilm X-T1 | Photo Madd

I’ve been using the Fujifilm X-Series almost exclusively now for around 4 years, ever since the X-Pro1 came out.  I have dabbled with other cameras, but nothing has stuck for my day-to-day shooting.  I know them intimately, and I enjoy shooting with them. Part of the fun of photography for me is the geeky tech side of things and trying stuff out.  If I’m perfectly frank, aside from lenses, Fujifilm haven’t released anything in quite a while now that has really pushed my buttons like the original X100 and the X-Pro1 did.  Camera hardware has kind of stalled at the X-E2, yes firmware has made it quicker but we’ve not had anything all that interestingly different for me personally to get all that excited about.  I have a feeling the X-Pro2 will address that, but until then we have to wait.  The lenses from Fujifilm are amazing and always have been, we have a roadmap of what’s coming for a while unless they spring any surprises on us we know what is coming!  What is there to say about the lenses from Fujifilm now – they haven’t made a bad one yet, even the cheapo “XC” lenses are really damn good!  The only thing to choose between them is if you want OIS, and what focal length you want – you really can’t pick a bad lens from the Fujifilm line-up!  That’s great and it genuinely is an amazing system that Fujifilm have built…….

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Fuji X-T1

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