Fuji X-Pro1

Fuji MCEX-11 Macro Extension Tube | Ted A. Vieira

I bought the Fuji XF 56mm f1.2 lens a little while ago primarily to do portraiture and boudoir work. It’s a beautiful lens that can produce some pretty amazing shots. The minimum focal distance for this lens is somewhere around 2.3 feet and one thing that I kind wished I could do with this lens is get a bit closer to the subject sometimes. I decided to try the MCEX-11 with that lens to see if that might help me accomplish what I was looking to do, to be able to get that closer now and then. An imporant thing to be aware of if you’re considering this accessory…….

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Fuji MCEX-11 macro extension

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Choosing a Raw Processor for Fuji X-Trans Files – Updated |
Thomas Fitzgerald

A couple of years ago I wrote a blog post about choosing a raw converter for Fuji X-Trans files. I spoke about which was my favourite piece of software at the time, and I did a pros and cons list for some of the various different converters on the market. Since that was back in 2014, a lot has changed since then. There are major new versions of several of the applications out now, and I’ve changed my mind as to which I prefer personally. The original post still gets lots of traffic, but because of the fact that the applications have been updated, and as I’ve much more experience now, I felt that it was time to do an updated version of that article. Before I get to the comparison chart, let me first talk about how my own preferences have changed. At the time of the original post, Photo Ninja was my preferred converter. While I do still like Photo Ninja, it hasn’t received any major updates in over 2 years. All of the other applications that I use have been updated. I also feel that for my usage, Capture One is a better all round application. Of course, that’s just my personal preference……..

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Fujifilm X-T10

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Shooting The Beast on the Fujinon 50-140mm f2.8 and
the Fujinon 1.4x Tele-Converter | John Rourke

Earlier this year I spent a weekend on the Fujiholics trip to Wales, to secretly test the Fujinon 50-140mm F2.8 lens with the new 1.4x teleconverter . I spent the whole time with my shiny test lens and converter covered in a storm cape, unconvincingly trying to pass this off by telling everyone that “well it might rain “– “well we are in Wales and all that”, and “NO of course I’m not testing anything new”. I think most of them bought the story in the end!? They are a nosey lot that bunch of Fujiholics ….

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF50-140mm F2.8

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The Interview Series: Ten Questions With Olaf Sztaba | Ian MacDonald

Welcome to the first interview in this series, featuring the work of photographers who inspire me.  The impetus for this series came last year when I watched a few artists step on each other to climb the industry ladder.  Honestly, it saddened me as we all have so much we can learn from each other.  This makes us all better, and raises the quality of the art we create and share.   I have been fortunate to have great success in my life in several industries, and my greatest successes have always come as a result of collaboration and networking.  I have learned something from every artist I hope to feature on this site, and if I can share their work with a few new people I’ll count that as a huge win. For this inaugural interview I am featuring the work of Olaf Sztaba, a fellow Vancouver based photographer.  I first found Olaf’s work two years ago, and was immediately caught by the beauty created in his images.  Olaf has a well developed  eye for light and composition.  Look at the image at the top of this post:  The bold light, those clouds, the colours, the composition, that lone tree… there is so much happening in that image……

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Fuji X-T1

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Fujinon 16-55mm f2.8 – POOL SHOOT! | John Rourke

So you know how it is, you’ve finished the race weekend, you have a morning to kill in the hotel, the pool is empty, the sun is out!
What do you do? Yup! You grab the Fuji X-T1 and the Fujinon 16-55mm f2.8, throw it in the EWA Marine bag, get Laura to put on a dress, jump in the pool and throw some shapes! The pool at the Grand Prix Hotel is in the south of France, yes, the Mediterranean! Outdoors, heated by the sun, or so I thought…it was bloody freezing! Laura and I jumped in and well, we both instantly knew we were not staying in long …..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 16-55mm F2.8

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Fuji XF 35mm f1.4 vs XF 35mm f2 | Ted A. Vieira

These are my thoughts on the differences between these two lenses. Hopefully this might help you if you’re looking to buy a 35mm lens but not sure which one to get. Of course everybody is different. I’d really recommend that you try out both lenses for yourself. I think that shooting for just a few minutes with each lens will help you decide. I wrote a couple posts on these lenses. This first link goes to a post I put together initially after I bought the XF 35mm f1.4 version (before trying the f2 version)…….

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 35mm F2.0 R WR

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5 Reasons the RoboSHOOT X flash triggers for Fuji are a game changer | Piet Van den Eynde

In a week or so, Fujifilm will be celebrating their fifth anniversary of the X-system. I know very few camera companies that have created such a fantastic camera eco-system in such a short time. My switch from a fullframe DSLR was a gradual one: I started with the X-Pro 1 in 2012. It was the appeal of having a lightweight, unobtrusive camera for my travels that won me over. Or, as my colleague and Fujifilm X-Photographer Matt Brandon says, ‚I came for the size, i stayed for the quality‘. Yet, it took some adjusting: I love two things: flash and wide angle and neither were very developed at the start of the X-series: the widest lens was an 18 mm (27 mm in fullframe terms) and being used to 16 or even 14 mm on my fullframe DSLRs, 27 mm felt like I was looking through a telescope…….

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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The Fuji 1.4x teleconverter – a Hands-on review | Tom Grill

The Fujifilm XF 1.4x TC WR teleconverter is intended to fit two lens — the current 50-140mm f/2.8 zoom, and the 100-400mm to be released later this year — multiplying their focal length ranges by 1.4x with a loss of only one f/stop. This makes the 50-140mm a 70-196mm f/4, and the variable aperture 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 lens a 140-560mm f/6.3-8 zoom, and means that the Fuji X mirrorless system now extends its optical system into the long telephoto range, albeit only with zooms. Anytime you put a teleconverter on a lens, you are going to compromise the quality of the original optics. The real question is: How much lens quality are you going to sacrifice? The very best teleconverters are usually made by the lens manufacturer and are dedicated to a particular lens set in a way that minimizes the loss in quality. Many off brand converters, on the other hand, can be downright awful. Because Fujifilm is known for its superb optics I went into this test thinking (and hoping) that the combination of the Fuji 50-140mm zoom plus 1.4x telextender would be capable of excellent results…..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF50-140mm F2.8

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Fujifilm X-Pro2 | Kofa

fake video of an commercial teasing to upcoming Fujifilm X-Pro2 camera.

At position 00:00:02 you see a Fuji X-Pro1:

xpro2

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The Fuji XF 90mm ƒ/2: Sharpest Lens Ever | The Online Photographer

I’m currently shooting Fuji, although my weakness for IBIS is exerting a gravitational pull back toward Sony that I might not be able to resist forever. Fortunately, 2016 promises to be a good year for Fuji, what with the X-Pro2 and X-T2 rumored to be on the way. And anyway a Fuji lens is garnering plaudits Webwide as the best lens of 2015. Didn’t one of the big review sites name the Fujifilm XF 90mm ƒ/2 R LM WR ($949) as the sharpest lens it has ever tested? I can’t find that. (By the way, I don’t know what „LM“ stands for unless it is followed by an „AO.“ „WR“ stands for „I would never take my expensive lens out in the rain, but I could.“). I’ve always had this problem in photography, in that a photograph can be infinitely technically perfected, to a minute and hyperfastidious degree, yet still not be, well, a good picture. Port the same idea metaphorically to lenses and you have my problem with the Fuji 90mm ƒ/2……..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 90mm F2.0

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