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Fuji XF 56mm f/1.2 lens – Hands on review | Tom Grill

Conclusion:

In terms of both its optical quality and quick, silent auto focus this is probably the best lens in the entire XF optical line up, and that is saying a lot because the Fuji lens line up is quite impressive. Rarely do you see a lens perform this well at a maximum working aperture of f/1.2. On top of all that, and unlike other full frame counterparts of this focal length, the XF 56mm is comfortable to hold and does not seem to dwarf even the small X-E2. If this lens is a sample of what is to come with future pro lenses in the Fuji lens lineup, I say: bring them on and the sooner the better……

See on aboutphotography-tomgrill.blogspot.de

Ground Level – Fujifilm X-Pro1 & XF 60mm 2.4 R Macro | Rob Lowe


With a decent macro lens, there’s a lot to be found that’s worth shooting if you just lay on the ground and look. My shutter finger is getting itchier the further we get into the year with the ever intensifying anticipation of the coming of Spring (and all of the really good stuff that it brings with it) and it’s getting more difficult to stop myself shooting just anything and everything – however, here are a few shots that I grabbed the other day during breaks in the heavy cloud cover, from a Scottish garden. Enjoy……


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A day with… Fuji 56mm 1.2 R | SebImagery

Conclusion

Fuji just keeps knocking them out of the ballpark and this stunning prime is no different.  The build, the feel, and the optical quality of the Fuji 56mm 1.2 R are simply top notch.  You toss in the fact that it’s under $1000!!!  Unbelievable!  If you want a super fast 85mm equivalent prime…don’t think twice about this beast!  If you don’t know what chromatic aberrations are, don’t worry about buying new gear just yet, you have things to learn first grasshopper…….

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Fujifilm X-T1 + XF56mm lens and Yokohama China town | Jim Marks


During a recent trip to Japan, Pro Photographer Jim Marks was able to test out the new XF56mm lens on on Fujifilm X-T1. Here’s a few example shots. All shots here are straight out of camera JPEG images that have been resized and nothing else……


See on fujifilmblog.wordpress.com

Fuji X100s Review: Awesomesauce | Jessenia Gonzalez


Okay, so after the images sunk in a little over the past week, I have my verdict. Fuji is the bomb diggity in all senses. If you would have to personify it I would say Mia Thermopolis from The Princess Diaries. At first sight, just an ordinary girl. Then you talk with her and get to know her quirks until you understand her and learn her ways. From then on out, you’re just amazed at what she’s capable of and BOOM she’s a princess or something. Anyways, as stated before, I ran into Zack Arias’s post about the X100s from a couple months back and decided that I’d rent it over the weekend for the South Beach Wine and Food Festival (SOBEWFF) since it would be perfect! It was light weight and was suppose to perform in all aspects of a long day…….


See on theglezzdaily.wordpress.com

Fuji X-T1, XF 10-24mm F4 OIS & XF 56mm F1.2 reviews at work |
Olaf Sztaba

We have already started shooting with this gear. This weekend we are leaving for Vancouver Island, first on the list of great destinations planned for this month. Hopefully the weather will cooperate since many of you know March can be quite a wet month in Vancouver. Stay tuned for full reviews of the X-T1, XF 10-24mm F4 R OIS and bitingly sharp XF 56mm R F1.2. In the meantime, here are our first images shot with the Fuji X-T1 and the XF 10-24mm F4 R OIS. All B&Ws, processed in Iridient Developer & NIK Silver Pro…..

See on olafphotoblog.com
 


Fujifilm Fujinon XF10-24mm F4.0

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Fujinon 10-24mm F4 OIS Lens Review | Dubai, UAE | Michael R. Cruz

Since the beginning of my journey in photography I have always been interested in Ultra Wide Angle (UWA) lenses and I have used different ones, Canon 10-22mm, Sigma 10-20mm, Sigma 8-16mm, Tokina 11-16mm and Canon 16-35mm. If you look at most of my work, you will hardly see any tightly composed shots except for some portraiture work. I always like wide and sweeping view.  I think, it’s more of a personal preference and also depends on what you shoot.    Here in Dubai, you wont have a problem using a wide angle lens, in fact if you want to take a good composition of the Burj Khalifa, the wider the lens the better. So with my fascination with wide angle lenses, I was really excited the first time I have learned about the Fujinon 10-24mm f4.0 OIS. In fact I was more excited with this lens than the venerable 56mm f1.2. Simply because 60% of my work are taken by a wide angle lens and I know that this lens is going to be my workhorse……

See on michaelrcruz.com
 


Fujifilm Fujinon XF10-24mm F4.0

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X100S goes to Iceland! | Jack Kan


I was debating really hard whether or not to take the X100S as my only camera to Iceland, a once-in-a-lifetime type trip. What made the decision easier was that I had already ditched my APS-C DSLR gear to try to focus on the X100S and to get some new inspiration.  I brought the wide angle adapter with me too. I’ve already posted a similar thread on dpreview where it generated a lot of discussion about skill.  However, I would rather make a post here showing what I was able to do with the X100S in inclement weather.  I think it performed pretty well given the circumstances and my skill was the limiting factor.  I’ve decided it doesn’t really suit my style and I’ve sold it, but I still like what I was able to get from it.  I think trying it out was a success overall.  I’m still getting through many of my shots and I’m uploading them slowly to my flickr…..


See on www.fujix-forum.com

Whiteout | Kage Collective


Text and photography by Bert Stephani:

Gently at first, powder sugar
then more, much more
A thick white blanket muffling every last sound
Defeated by frozen water, the city goes to sleep early

A shovel digs into the frosted crust,
the sound of metal scraping the pavement
Life flows back into the city
through winding arteries of liberated concrete

White sculptures dotted around the city
Soon forgotten, liquid memories
Nothing lost, nothing gained
Just 24 hours of rare tranquility


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Fujifilm XF 10-24mm F4 R OIS (beta) samples gallery |
Digital Photography Review

We’ve just returned from the CP+ show in Japan, where Fujifilm was kind enough to loan us a beta sample of its new 10-24mm zoom lens for the X-series interchangeable lens cameras. Although this is a beta (not final) sample, Fujifilm is confident enough about its performance to allow us to post images. We’ve prepared a gallery of sample images taken in various conditions at various ISO sensitivity settings on the X-T1 for you to take a look at…….

See on www.dpreview.com
 


Fujifilm Fujinon XF10-24mm F4.0

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