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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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Hands-on with Fujifilm’s new XF 16-55mm F2.8 R LM WR lens | Digital Photography Review

It’s been on Fujifilm’s X-series roadmap for a while, but now it’s real – the XF 16-55mm F2.8 R LM WR is a 24-83mm equivalent, weather-sealed standard zoom for Fujifilm’s high-end X-series interchangeable lens cameras, which offers a fast maximum aperture of F2.8 throughout its zoom range. As CES gets started in Las Vegas, we grabbed a few minutes with the new zoom….
 
Although by no means a ‘big’ lens, as this image shows, the 16-55mm is pretty substantial and definitely looks large on Fujifilm’s flagship X-T1. The combination is nicely weighted though and we suspect that the triple threat of a fast-aperture, excellent build-quality and quick AF (we only had a few minutes with a pre-production model but Fujifilm’s claims seem justified) will win over a lot of enthusiast X-series users. Obviously the proof is in the pudding, and we’ll get a sample gallery online just as soon as we get our hands on a shipping-quality sample……

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 16-55mm F2.8

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First Frost with the Fuji X-E1 | Thomas Fitzgerald

After a very mild winter so far here in Dublin, we had the first severe frost of the year yesterday. I awoke to a beautiful covering of white across the ground. The fields surrounding where I live were glistening with their white crystal coverings, and the rooftops were as white as if it had snowed. I had been planning to head out to do some photography anyway, so the winter scene was a bonus. I brought my trusty little X-E1 and the 35mm lens. I wish I had the macro lens, as there was lots of detail (soon) but the fuji 35mm can get pretty close on its own. Anyway, I won’t bore you with too many technical details, so instead lets just get straight to some pictures. The winter light is really beautiful this time of year, with the combination of the low sun and the deep blue of the sky making for some great contrasting colour. I was just having a bit of fun with the camera, and so I wasn’t out to get anything specific. Most of these were taken in Dublin’s St. Stephen’s Green Park, while some of the others were taken on the way. Enjoy……..

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Fuji X-E1

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Winter Wonderland – Fujifilm X100T and TCL-X100 teleconversion lens | Lars Øivind Authen

Okay, I had my doubts about this one. The TCL-X100 teleconversion lens which is turning your 23mm f/2,0 lens on your Fujifilm X100/S or T model into a 33mm f/2.0, or when talking in full frame terms, the X100 /s/t 35 mm lens into a 50mm lens.  Is it sharp enough? Well, oh yes – and if you are pixel peeping you will be happy from f/4 to f/16 with the converter. But – stop pixel peeping. It doesn’t do you anything good. I admit – I do it sometimes. But since I already had the X100T I thought that I might as well try the teleconverter out. During Christmas I spend five days at Trysil. I had spend time with my familiy of course, but I managed to get away and take some pictures too. It was cold. Very cold. Minus 25 degrees Celcius. I used my Fujifilm X-T1 and X100T. I will post some X-T1 shots later…….

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Fuji TCL-X100

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Several months with the X-T1 (gallery) | The Photography Hobbyist

I bought my X-T1 last winter, early in the year. It’s been about 10 months now since I’ve owned it and I no longer own any DSLR gear (sold my D600). I also no longer own any micro four thirds gear (sold my E-M1). I’m looking forward to more trips and vacations with this setup next spring/summer/fall. While not the most glamorous lens in the lineup (I have the 56, 10-24 and 18-55 too), the 18-135 is probably my favorite lens, followed by the 10-24. The 18-135 is very sharp and extremely useful/versatile………

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Fuji X-T1

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