Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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nicolab
Registered: Oct 20, 2012
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zhangyue wrote:
nibutto, Those are great images! really like the first one of 2nd set. incredible!


Thanks,

I preferred the CV15 to the Fuji 14 because of the sunstars rendition.











Jeffrey
Registered: Nov 12, 2002
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XPro1




Jman13
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Conditions weren't exactly conducive to photography today. I know many further west and north had it far worse than this, but -27F wind chill is still flippin' freezing.






Still, I saw the frozen mist rising off the river by the city and had to stop to take a quick shot. I sprinted from my car, took about 5 shots and sprinted back. Way too cold to be out for much longer than that. Fuji X-E2 with 35mm f/1.4 @ f/8:






Jeffrey
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Nice addition of the tank train on the trestle.



johnahill
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Great image Jordan, love the icy blue tonality



johnahill
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Well after a terrible new year with ilness and 4 days in hospital, I'm back in the saddle going through pre-xmas images.




johnahill
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And one with the little 27mm



johnahill
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One from Suffolk October'13, reprocessed in silverefex



Jman13
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A little bit warmer today...it was 7 degrees F when I went out for these shots. In the gorge here, though, there was essentially no wind, so it wasn't that bad at all. All with the X-E2. First, third and last with the 55-200mm and the second with the 23/1.4. All hand-held. The OIS on the 55-200 is so good. The first is at 1/4 second and the last at 1/2 second!

























kwoodard
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Jman13 wrote:
A little bit warmer today...it was 7 degrees F when I went out for these shots. In the gorge here, though, there was essentially no wind, so it wasn't that bad at all. All with the X-E2. First, third and last with the 55-200mm and the second with the 23/1.4. All hand-held. The OIS on the 55-200 is so good. The first is at 1/4 second and the last at 1/2 second!
























Dang it man, shots like these make me want to go shopping for lenses.


Jman13
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One from this morning. X-E2 and 23/1.4.







justruss
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Great B&W shots Jordan. Good stuff!



buggz2k
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2nd edit from one earlier last year, right before Easter.
FujiFilm XE-1 and Fujinon XF 18-55 at 18mm:
Good morning from Tybee Island, GA.



Jeffrey
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Capitol Reef NP, UT. XPro1.



Nicolas_Goulet
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justruss
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X-E1, Fuji 18mm



















kewlcanon
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fsiagian
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That looks like "batik". Very nice shot.



webisweb
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Nicolas_Goulet
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