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Is this the world’s first Fujifilm X-T1 wedding photographs? |
JC Crafford


I had the honour of shooting my wedding yesterday with a pre production Fujifilm X-T1. It was a very special day for me, not only was it my 200th wedding, it was also my first wedding without a Canon in my hand. I had the XT-1 since it’s launch on Wednesday and decided to leave my Canon Mk3 and Mk 2 at home yesterday when I went to my wedding, instead I used the Fujifilm X-T1 as my main camera and a Fujifilm X-E2 as my second camera. I am definitely sure that this is the first wedding in South Africa shot with a X-T1, the camera was only launched 3 days ago and there is only two in the country. It will be interesting to know if somebody else has photographed a wedding with the XT-1 since it’s launch. I took the following lenses with me:
 

  • Fujinon XF 56mm F1.2R
  • Fujinon XF 23mm F1.4 R
  • Fujinon XF 55-200mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS

 
I’m not going to try and do a review of anything here, I don’t find reviews interesting, and what’s more, there are people in the world that knows a lot more about this kind of stuff than I do…I’ll leave it to them. I use a camera because I like the look and feel and the way my photos turned out. So, that means that  I like absolutely everything about the Fujifilm X-T1……..

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My new toy | Fuji X100s | Gabor Nagy

I surprised myself with a Fuji X100s before christmas. Like probably many of you I was thinking long enough whether to get the camera or a 23mm f1.4 lens for my X-Pro, it wasn’t an easy decision, but I’m happy with the outcome. My wife reaction was ‘Oh, an other camera again, but it’s cute…’ Probably my first digital camera where she showed some interest and wanted to give it a try too. Here is one of the photos she took of me.But I don’t want you to get bored(or scared) while watching images of me, so that’s enough. The following shots are the result of the first couple of weeks with the camera which pretty much became my go to camera during this period…….

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FUJINON XF 10-24mm ƒ/4 Review | Fuji vs. Fuji

When I decided to ditch the DSLR, the lens I knew I was going to miss the most was Nikon’s 14-24 ultra-wide zoom. When my FAS (Fuji Acquisition Syndrome) first began, the 10-24mm ƒ/4 was already on the roadmap so I knew I’d eventually be ok. With an equivalent focal length of 15mm at the wide end, it’s the slightest bit less wide, but it also reaches out to just past 35mm equivalent so it’s more than a reasonable tradeoff. It’s also an ƒ/4 fixed aperture, which of course, is a little slower the the ƒ/2.8 of the 14-24. But then the 10-24mm ƒ/4 has OIS (or VR or IS in Nikon’s and Canon’s parlance, respectively), which gets you extra handheld stability in low light. In fact, it would be more accurate to describe the 10-24mm ƒ/4 was a 16-35 VR that goes much, much wider. And it’s smaller. And lighter. And the build is better. I would chose this lens any day over any of the ultra wide zoom offerings from the full frame systems. The rings on this lens are all very satisfying. Not quite as satisfying as the 56mm ƒ/1.2, but really, nothing is. The inner-most ring which controls the aperture has the exact same feel as the FUJINON XF 18-55mm ƒ/2.8-4. The zoom ring is a little stiffer than the 18-55mm. Whether or not this is better will come down to preference. I should note again that I’m working with a pre-production unit so things could be different with the shipping product. The focus ring also feels just like the split focus ring on the kit lens. Nice and smooth…….

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF10-24mm F4.0

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FUJINON XF 56mm ƒ/1.2 Review | Fuji vs. Fuji

If you’ve visited this site before, you might already know that this lens is part of my “Ultimate Prime Kit,” which consists of the 14mm ƒ/2.8, the 23mm ƒ/1.4, and the 56mm ƒ/1.2. These lenses all have excellent handling traits with one potential exception being the 14mm ƒ/2.8. Some people were finding the aperture ring a little loose on the 14mm. In fact, the first one I got was a little loose. Fortunately, I was able to exchange for one that is nice and tight. From my sample size of three 23mm ƒ/1.4’s, there have been no issues with aperture rings and happily, even the pre-production unit of the 56mm ƒ/1.2 has an excellent aperture ring. The way it gracefully slides into automatic aperture mode is just like my 23mm ƒ/1.4. Though I don’t think you’ll want to use this lens like that too often. Switching between apertures has just the right amount give. I don’t find it moves out of my chosen aperture too easily. The focus ring on the 56mm ƒ/1.2 is a different story. It might be my favourite focus ring of any lens I’ve ever used. Ever. This includes a bunch of Nikon AIS lenses which are regarded by many as the gold standard of focus ring dampening. The 56mm ƒ/1.2 has a gloriously “heavy” feel and weight to the ring. It’s yearning for you to flick the switch to MF……

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Fujifilm X-series Telephoto Tests | Mike Mander

This gallery has images shot with my Fujifilm X-E2 body and mainly the Fujifilm XC 50-230mm f/4.5-6.7 OIS zoom. Only frames 1, 2, 5, and 11 were shot with the Fujifilm XF 55-200mm f/3.5-4.8R OIS zoom. Photos 1-4 were take from the Pitt River Bridge. Photo 5 was at the shore of the Fraser River in Coquitlam and photos 6-10 were taken on a foggy evening just west of Granville Island. Photos 11-13 were taken at Vanier Park, 14-23 were taken at Boundary Bay, just east of Tsawwassen and lastly, 24-25 were taken east of Kilby, BC. Only photos 5-11 were taken with a tripod, the rest were handheld……

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF55-200mm F3.5-4.8

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Using Fuji X Lenses vs Canon Full Frame Lenses | Andrew van Beek

A lot of people (as in photographers that I know) have been talking about replacing or augmenting their current DSLR systems with mirrorless systems. The benefits are hard to ignore (See: Comparing the Fuji X-E2 and the Canon 5D Mark III) as mirrorless systems are less expensive and lighter and smaller. There are always trade offs of course and the mirrorless systems are often more awkward to use quickly and difficult for those with larger hands. For me personally, the portability side of mirrorless systems more than makes up for the downsides. But what about lenses? How do focal lengths differ between the systems?  This isn’t so much a mirrorless vs DSLR debate as much as a cropped vs full frame sensor. While there is one full frame mirrorless system (The Sony A7 and A7R), it currently lacks options for native lenses and costs more than double than the more popular cropped mirrorless models (Olympus OM-D E-M1, and Fuji X-E2 and just announced Fuji X-T1)……..

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Fashion shoot with the Fujifilm X-E1 | Jeroen Rommen

Model – Elze-Mieke
Styling- Lyida
MUA – Ester
Camera – Fujifilm X-E1
Lens – FUJINON LENS XF18-55mmF2.8-4 R LM OIS

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Thaipusam, Singapore | Gerald Gay

I finally got my hands on the X-E2 & the soon-to-be legendary XF 23mm 1.4 lens. Everything said about this combo in reviews and blogs are true. I bought it just one day before the Thaipusam in Singapore. Didn’t have time to find out what was new so I had to rely on my familiarity with the X-E1. Haven’t had enough time with it but so far it’s an unbeatable combination for street and travel photography……

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 23mm F1.4

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Fuji X-T1 – Seeing – Improved | Olaf Sztaba

… the release of the X-T1 Fuji addressed two key elements in photography. First and foremost, an extra-large EVF allows you to concentrate on composition, light and subject in a way that is not possible with the optical viewfinder (which we also like to use). You can actually see the image before you take it! Of course, the EVF is not a new idea but it is beyond my comprehension that as of today, neither Nikon nor Canon has implemented this important technology in their leading cameras. Second, access to all-important dials such as shutter speed or exposure compensation is at your fingertips. No, it is not hidden in the menus but in front of you! You can change them without dragging your eyes away from the scene. In sum, a camera doesn’t have to have every possible feature — quite the opposite. Give me the best viewfinder on the market and the manual controls at my fingertips and let me do what I love to do – see and paint with light. All the rest is just distraction……

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56mm f/1.2 | Neill Soden

I have not had too much time to post about the X-T1 and even less time to play with the new 56mm, but last night I was out and took the 56mm with me and used it on my trusty X-Pro1. As always, walking anywhere in Jo’burg can feel a little dodgy at times, but Melville has quite a vibe and a very busy nightlife on Thursdays. Which made for a nice opportunity to steal some shots…..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 56mm F1.2

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