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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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Streets of Nice | Gabor Nagy #Fuji X-T1

It’s been a month now that we have spent a couple of days in Nice where we had great time. We did long walks in the city, visited few of its historical places and we had some amazing food. Oh, and the real french baguette, I know it’s “just” bread, but I absolutely loved it. Every night on our way back to the hotel we bought few pastries and a baguette, even if we had dinner. By the third night my daughter Hanna said – “Daddy not a baguette again!” – when she saw what I got from the bakery. What can I say, I didn’t loose weight for sure, despite the kilometres of walk every day. Overall we had a wonderful time and I also managed to capture some street scenes in and around Nice and Monaco. All images were taken with the Fuji X-Pro1 and the X-T1. Enjoy …..

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Fuji X-T1

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Fujinon 27mm, UK Holiday Hero | Michael St. Jean

I am an obsessive idiot. After spending hours considering, and blogging about, the perfectly minimal (yet complete) camera and lens combination to take with me on a family holiday in the UK, I ended up doing something entirely different. In my previous post I wrote about taking to the UK two camera bodies, the Fujifilm X-T1 and X-E1, and two lenses, the Fujinons XF 35mm and 18-55mm, in anticipation of every photographic possibility. I was proud of this perfect travel kit. Before we left for the airport, I slid the XF 27mm f/2.8 pancake prime lens into my bag. “Why not?” I thought, “It is small enough.”  This impulse decision proved to be a game changer…..

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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Less is often MORE ! … | Hendrik Hazeu

In my previous post I described how I’d “dumped the ballast” & gotten rid of all my gear, to “survive” on just ONE lens – Fuji X100T’s 23 mm / f2 (field of view comparable to a 35 mm moderate wide angle on Full Frame). At first I found myself cursing my romantic dreaming and rash decision: When reaching into my bag for that subject-isolating telephoto or the all-encompassing ultra-wide I found … ? Yep, that’s right: NOTHING (coz the X100T was already in my hand ;-) But then I found that this self-limitation had a positive effect on my approach to photography. This was my first frame of shadows on a stone terrace, which had attracted my attention: Read on to find out more……..

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Fuji X100T

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Indianapolis Children’s Museum | Kevin Fedde

Well, I am a bit late to the party here, as this post should have been done around Thanksgiving time. However, I have been pretty busy with work and Hockey and such, so it just kept getting put on the back burner. So I guess brace yourselves for a lot of pictures. Indianapolis seems to really have a lot going for it as a city. Pretty good sports teams (The Colts actually did well this year), a pretty vibrant downtown, and a good system of Museums. The Day after Thanksgiving (11/28/14), we decided to head up to the City to check out the Children’s Museum. I decided to take my little Fujifilm X-T1 with me, instead of the massive massive massive Nikon D4 so that I didn’t have to deal with the bulk of the Nikon. I only took one lens, as well, the 23mm f/1.4, and I never really felt the need for a different one……

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Fuji X-T1

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A walk around my hometown with the Fuji X-Pro1 | Tom Radford

I recently treated myself to a Fujifilm X-Pro1 to accompany my X100. Fuji had a pretty incredible deal on, where they gave you two lenses for free, when you purchased an X-Pro1, and on top of that gave you an extra £100 discount if you traded in certain DSLR’s. I had an old Nikon D5100 knocking around that I didn’t really use, so I went to my local fuji dealer and they offered me £150 trade value for the D5100.  Not bad, basically £250 for a body worth half that.. That made my mind up, so I dutifully handed over the remaining £400 or so and walked out with an X-Pro1 and the XF 18mm f/2 and the XF 27mm f/2.8. Having had the 18mm before on my old Fuji X-E2, I knew that was a keeper, but I was less convinced of the 27mm. I previously had the 35mm f/1.4 which was great and fully intend to sell the 27mm to purchase the 35mm, but before I did, I wanted to test it out, just to see. I went for a wander around my hometown with the X-Pro1 and the 27mm to see what it could do……..

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Fuji X-Pro1

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Vienna on the street with Sony A7R and Fuji X-T1 | Gavin Lyons

… the image below was taken with the Fujifilm X-T1 which is also a very enjoy camera to use especially it’s glorious viewfinder. The image below, is of collectors – record collectors to be specific. It seems to be quite a serious undertaking judging from the expressions of their faces of concentration. I must admit I do own such a device for playing records and later that day I manage to be tempted too. I picked up a very nice mint record of Taj Mahal but that’s another story involving Blues and listening to analog…..

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Fuji X-T1

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New Year on Kope | Gregor Harih

I’m not one of those people who knows a half year in advance where I’m going to spend the new year’s eve. I usually just regret before the end of the year, since all the good options are occupied or extremely expensive. It appeared that this year would be no different, however luck helped me and my friends, since we got a chance to spend the days around new year on the ski slopes of Pohorje, at Kope. Despite snowfall has been forecasted, we left the ski equipment at home. Despite this, we did not miss our recreation, since we opted for hiking in snowy landscape. Heavy snowfall was perfect for good photos and it would be a shame to stay in the cabin. Despite some concerns that the Fuji X-E2 is not, at least according to the manufacturer, weather proof (rain, snow, sand, etc.), I hung the camera around my neck started to shoot in temperatures below -10°C and at high snowfall. The fuji handled the task with no problem. The day after heavy snowfall, we woke up in a beautiful clear winter day. Despite the cold, we headed on a long hike in the idyllic winter landscape, which was perfect for landscape photography…….

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Fuji X-E2

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Closer | MCEX-11 – MCEX-16 | Othman Kammah

Hell, I even put together an essay about the importance of “Details.”
And for that, my favorite lens has always been the Fujinon 60mm Macro ƒ/2.4. So you bet I was excited when I heard that Fuji was going to release not only one, but two different extension tubes. Enter the MCEX-11 (11mm) and MCEX-16 (16mm).  I’ve now had a chance to play with both of these on the Fuji 18mm, 35mm, and 60mm lenses and though I would share my findings by using my trusty Canon AV-1 as a model. The order, although fairly obvious, is Lens, Lens with MCEX-11, Lens with MCEX-16……..

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Fuji MCEX-11 macro extension

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