Fuji X-E1

Fuji X-E1 on Iceland (18-55mm, Walimex 8mm, LR6) |
Digital Photography Review

After years of almost only reading and benefiting from your great posts here, here comes a post with pictures from my trip to Iceland. We spent two weeks on Iceland, which was our first time there. The four of us rented a 4×4 and went around the island. The weather was changing every other ten minutes and the conditions for taking photos were against us most of the time (e.g. back light, very hard contrasts, rain, storm, snow.. :)). Also it was not yet very „green“ on the island, due to the quite long winter. And we couldn’t take us as much time as we wanted to spot out the best photo places, as it wasn’t a „photoshoot Journey“ only :) ……

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Fuji X-E1

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Rotterdam’s Legacy | Sebastiaan van Wijk

Rotterdam – New York. Minor obligations brought me to Rotterdam this morning, which means to bring a camera along. This time I decided to shoot the ss Rotterdam. She’s a 1956 double propped steamer, and brought back to the Ports of Rotterdam in august 2008. Originally in order to celebrate the 100th anniversary of RDM Shipyards, where she was once build. After having served the HAL (Holland Amerika Lijn) as a transatlantic liner between Rotterdam – New York, and after bankruptcy of Premier Cruises where she carried the name Rembrandt as a cruise ship, the Port of Rotterdam decided in 2001 to bring this piece of maritime heritage back to her roots…….

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Fuji X-E1

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X-T10 vs. X-T1 vs. X-E2 | Fuji vs. Fuji

Thanks to the rumour mills, damn near everything about the X-T10 has been revealed. If you haven’t read enough about it already, you can read more in my thorough review here. What I haven’t seen much, if any of, is how this camera stacks up against Fuji’s other cameras. While it’s beyond obvious the X-T10 takes its cues from the X-T1 in name and body-styling, the X-E line is also a good comparison when it comes to size, weight, feature-set, and price point. This article will compare the three. Much of this piece has been lifted from my newly updated X-T1 vs. X-E2 vs. X-Pro1 article, which remains one of the more popular pages on Fuji vs. Fuji. I’ve opted not to include the X-Pro1 in this comparison as time and firmware updates have left it so far in the past, I can’t imagine it being much of a consideration for those interested in the X-T10……

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Fujifilm X-T10

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Adventures in Nice, with the Fuji X-E1 | Thomas Fitzgerald

I posted some of my images from the recent trip that I took to Nice, in the south of France last week. As I wrote, most of the time I just used my iPhone to take photos, mainly because we were there to relax and take it easy. I did have my little fuji with me too though, and I did get to take some shots with that too. At first I was having a little difficulty shooting with the X-E1. The reason was that the sun was really bright, and I was finding it hard to see both the viewfinder and the screen. Images on the viewfinder were really dark, and because I’m a glasses wearer too, my eyes don’t go right up against the eye socket, so sometimes the glare can make it even harder to see, but I’m not really sure what was going on. It’s possible that the evf in my camera is dying, as it was quite dim. Anyway, I eventually got used to it and interpreting what I was seeing with how it would turn out, but at first it certainly wasn’t helping the relaxing! I was longing for an optical viewfinder, and I really appreciated the old pentaprism view of the film camera I had with me. It’s not generally an issue in the normally dim Irish sunshine! ……

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Fuji X-E1

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Alpine Sunrise – my spirit home in Australia | Noah Stammbach

I had the car for just two days. After spending the night in Jindabyne, we had until midday to explore the Aussie alps. Blue Lake seemed a good destination for a sunrise, so we set out at 4am. Rain droplets sparkled in the night as we hiked. A blanket fog mingled with rain clouds, pushing the humidity well past 95%. Once your shoes got wet, they just got wetter. It was still too dark to see beyond the edge of the track so I imagined sweeping valleys and steep drop offs. Amongst some granite boulders I spotted a shy wallaby. Rain droplets sparkled in the night as we hiked. A blanket fog mingled with rain clouds, pushing the humidity well past 95%. Once your shoes got wet, they just got wetter. It was still too dark to see beyond the edge of the track so I imagined sweeping valleys and steep drop offs. Amongst some granite boulders I spotted a shy wallaby…….

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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Lost in Iran with Two Fujis | James Conley

Iran. Although home to one of the world’s oldest civilizations, (dating back more than 5,000 years), since 1979 Iran is most commonly known for the Islamic Revolution that toppled Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and took 66 Americans hostage, holding them for 444 days. Iran is daily in the news, with its military activities in Syria and Yemen, its support of Hezbollah, endless negotiations over its nuclear program, and its detention of reporters like the Washington Post’s Jason Rezaian. „Death to America“ is a chant heard in televised demonstrations in Tehran, setting the outside view of Iran as a hostile one to the West. In contrast to this public view, I’ve been fortunate to know many Iranians who live in the United States, as well as abroad. Without exception, they love the United States and the common theme among them is a love of life and all it has to offer. With these contrasting experiences in mind, I determined to make a trip to Iran……

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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Panorama Photography Meets the Fuji X Series | John Miskelly

I would like to start off by clarifying what we commonly understand panoramic photography to be. Panorama photography is a technique that enables us to capture an image with an elongated field of view, approximating or greater to that of the human eye. This is widely considered to be around 160° by 75°, which equates to an aspect ratio of 2:1 or an image that is at least twice as wide as it is high. Some panoramic images are 3:1, 4:1 and larger, sometimes even covering the full 360° field of view. The above image of the Trevi Fountain in Rome was the first stitched panorama I attempted with my original X-E1 and XF 14mm lens. Fuji X-E1 and XF 14mm lens. Exposures 2.5 seconds, f8 and ISO 200 consisting of 8 images. While there are a number of different ways to produce a panoramic image, I’m going to tell you how I approach this subject, specifically using my Fuji X system. First of all, in terms of taking the image, I use a specialist panorama head that rotates around what is called the nodal point, to capture multiple images of the subject. By rotating around this nodal point, we avoid parallax error (where there is a change in the apparent position of a closer object relative to a more distant object). I then take the sequence of images, say typically between 5 and 7 images, and stitch them together in specialist stitching software in my computer. In my case I use PTGui Pro……..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 14mm F2.8

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2 years of mirrorless shooting | Philipp Winter

About 2 years ago i made a difficult but rational decision. I decided to let go the most desired camera model i ever owned, the Canon 5D Mark 2. Not just the body, but my complete set of lenses and accessoires i purchased all the years before. I seriously love this camera. I captured so many lovely shots with it, carried it to the highest mountains and to far shores and took some great family videos with it. But as time went by, the big camera bag stayed at home more often. I didn’t wanto to carry around all the lenses, the big camera body, and taking pictures in public made everyone look at the guy with the big ass camera. I definitively prefer to stay in the background. So these images were the last ones to be captured by a FF camera…….

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Fuji X-E1

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Gariz Leather Half-Case for Fujifilm X-E1/X-E2 Review |
Romanas Naryškin

Let’s be completely honest – other than style, leather half-cases for mirrorless cameras serve just about no purpose. It really is all about style – not protection, not ergonomic improvement, none of that. Any change in those areas is, more often than not, unintentional. A side effect. So, when talking about such an accessory, what matters most is design and quality of the product. One is only ever going to pay good money for an accessory that’s not actually that practical or sensible to own if it looks great and is made with utmost precision. Gariz, a small Korean camera accessory manufacturer few have even heard of, has its hands full, so to speak…….

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Fuji X-E2

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What Makes Someone Jump Ship ? | Joe Giordano

Of course what I mean by this is what makes someone like myself sell all my DSLR gear that I have grown so accustomed to using for years and switch to mirrorless.  Gear that I have trusted to help me get some truly great images over the years. My first experience with the Fuji X system was when I had my Nikon in service for a sensor cleaning.  I had ran across this person selling a used Fuji X-E1 with a 35mm f/1.4 lens for a decent price on Craigslist so I shot into Manhattan one afternoon and bought it.  I spent the rest of the afternoon doing some street photography then I hopped on the train for my trip home for the night. I really didn’t think too much of the camera at first because I didn’t think I would be able to adjust to the slower focusing of the X-E1.  The Nikon was lightning fast compared to this Fuji but a funny thing happened when I imported the Fuji images into Lightroom.  I was amazed at how many keepers I had and the amazing colors and contrast this little camera was capable of.  To be sure it wasn’t just luck I went out the next day and did some more shooting and again I was pleasantly surprised when I viewed the images on my computer.  This was the beginning of my love affair with the Fuji X system…….

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Fuji X-E1

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