Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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MagicNikon
Registered: Jul 09, 2006
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xenor wrote:
MagicNikon - beautiful stuff!


Thanks, Xenor!



Jman13
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Cross post with the f/1.2 thread. Both with X-E1 and Hexanon 57mm f/1.2, wide open:













apsphoto
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MagicNikon, great flower shots with the lensbaby. It makes me want to get one, but I hate the price of them. If they were cheaper it would be a lot more user friendly. What lens module are you using?

Great shots everyone, love checking this thread out.

Alan



Jman13
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Some today with the 55-200. I might just have to pick one of these up...great lens! (This is a review sample that I have until Tuesday)

































corposant
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Nobody was hurt in the creation of this image.



mortyb
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xenor wrote:
MagicNikon - beautiful stuff!


+1. Very nice look to them.



Jman13
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Some with the Rokinon 8mm fisheye. This is the first time I've taken it out (I did take it out on Monday, but that was a bad copy with a misaligned element). It is a SHARP fisheye. VERY sharp. Surprisingly sharp, all the way to the corners. Great color response and resistance to flare as well. Just set it at 3-6 feet, f/8 and shoot! I also really like the near stereographic projection. It feels a little more natural.





























cputeq
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Some lightnin' (single volley btw, and my only keeper tonight)

@ Jordan yeah that Rok looks pretty nice, looks like it performs just as well as the m43/7.5mm, maybe even a little better. I had it before in either FF or APS-C, can't remember which mount, and it is a keeper if one is into the fish look, or even de-fished. I might eventually get it again, but I've got other things to get first.



justruss
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Really nice composition Jordan-- particularly the 2nd and 4th.



djarth
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Hmmmm is it me or are these cameras are amazing for potraits with shallow depth of field of up to 5m, i think DSLR standards!!! However, landscapes at infinity somehow seem to lack micro-contrast and the subjects seem a little jaggity (for lack of better word) It just doesnt "pop" for landscapes



cputeq
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djarth wrote:
Hmmmm is it me or are these cameras are amazing for potraits with shallow depth of field of up to 5m, i think DSLR standards!!! However, landscapes at infinity somehow seem to lack micro-contrast and the subjects seem a little jaggity (for lack of better word) It just doesnt "pop" for landscapes


It's just you



justruss
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X-E1, 35mm f/1.4, Aperture RAW.

Khom Loi in Munich last night:





































tardegardo
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I am sorry, they are maybe too big...




tardegardo
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tardegardo
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tjpenton
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Beautiful images !



naturephoto1
Registered: Nov 09, 2005
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I am cross posting this from the Leica R lens thread. Here are more sunset photos in the series that I posted some days ago. Images taken with my tripod mounted Leica 280mm f4 Apo Telyt lens and my Fujidfilm XE-1. All images processed in LR5. I still have more to process to post later.

Rich



ypras
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Untitled by yprasoulis, on Flickr


Untitled by yprasoulis, on Flickr


Untitled by yprasoulis, on Flickr



Jman13
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55-200 @ 200mm f/4.8:







michael49
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35mm on X-E1...

f/2....








f/2....







Found this driftwood down by the river....
f/4...







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