Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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rji2goleez
Registered: Jun 24, 2003
Total Posts: 4671
Country: United States

Thanks Helena! Here are a few from yesterday with the 14mm. Just a walk around town. Pretty much SOOC. I'm amazed at how little processing I need to do. Added a touch of sharpening and that's about it.



HelenaN
Registered: Jul 18, 2008
Total Posts: 1196
Country: Norway

Very nice! I especially like the first one. More than a little creepy. It looks like she has no head and that those hands don't belong to her.

Yes, I too am impressed by how nice the photos usually look straight out of camera. For me it makes the post processing more enjoyable, when I can go almost straight to the creative editing and don't have to start with correcting things.

After have done some night photography last week I got disappointed with how X-A1 and the 14mm handles bright lights, but overall I'm very happy with the kit (and I can use little GR for those specific situations). So, even though I don't want to jump in too deep right now I decided to use the substantial rebates and get both the 50-230 and 35/1.4. I didn't plan to get the 35mm, it's just too cheap to resist and I already have a buyer for it if it doesn't work out.



rji2goleez
Registered: Jun 24, 2003
Total Posts: 4671
Country: United States

I picked up the 35/1.4 just yesterday. The colors are fantastic. I'm loving the X-T1 and it's made me go full bore into the Fuji system. I have quickly acquired the 14, 23, 35 and 55-200. I have had more fun shooting this camera than any other in a long time. I love my Sony A7r but I can't seem to put the X-T1 down!

Here are some first 35/1.4 images from yesterday.



trueimage
Registered: Apr 16, 2004
Total Posts: 1335
Country: Canada

LR B&W converted camera JPEG



Ian Boys
Registered: Feb 09, 2009
Total Posts: 2128
Country: United Kingdom

Fuji xt1 and 35mm @ iso3200



ariel777
Registered: Feb 12, 2009
Total Posts: 350
Country: United States

Excellent work, Ian.



millsart
Registered: Apr 29, 2009
Total Posts: 4882
Country: N/A

Surely will break down and buy the 56/1.2 sooner or later, but rather enjoying the 60/2.4 (and its close focus ability) in the meantime



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
Total Posts: 10691
Country: United States

The 60 is a great lens. If I have problems with my third 56/1.2 that I get this coming week, I may just hold off and wait until they get production under control before trying again. Optically, it's worth it, but I could deal with the 60 for a little while longer to ensure I get a quality built item.

I plan on keeping my 60/2.4 regardless, as it's rather small, produces wonderful images and is quite versatile.



rji2goleez
Registered: Jun 24, 2003
Total Posts: 4671
Country: United States

Ian - love the portrait with the 35/1.4. I just got mine yesterday and I can't believe how good a lens it is.

Went with my son and his dogs to a park where we hiked for a couple of hours. It was 60F today (finally) but there's a lot of snow still to melt.



HPS3
Registered: May 31, 2012
Total Posts: 177
Country: United States

This is my first post here. I just picked up the XT1 and am learning my way around it. I have always shot RAW but am really liking the Fuji Jpegs. I find the continuous focus to work well with the 55-200 and my daughter who is always on the move.


Enjoying the Afternoon by Harry Shields, on Flickr



CoDaQue
Registered: Jul 19, 2012
Total Posts: 101
Country: Portugal

Finally finished PPing a set from a February overcast weekend in Lisbon:







Full set here: 1402 Lisbon

XE-1+18-55+35+Lr4.

Thanks for looking!



rji2goleez
Registered: Jun 24, 2003
Total Posts: 4671
Country: United States

A few more from the weekend.



RSSmith
Registered: May 28, 2005
Total Posts: 305
Country: United States

X-T1 + XF56/1.2



Ian Boys
Registered: Feb 09, 2009
Total Posts: 2128
Country: United Kingdom

xt1 // 35mm



Ian Boys
Registered: Feb 09, 2009
Total Posts: 2128
Country: United Kingdom

12800 iso!

crazy.



mortalc01l
Registered: Mar 24, 2014
Total Posts: 10
Country: United States

I sold all my Nikon bodies and my auto focus Nikon glass, including the best lens I ever owned, the 14-24mm f/2.8. Kept all my old legacy manual focus glass and couldn't be happier.


X-Pro1, Nikon 85mm Ai-S f/2.0


X-Pro1, Nikon 105mm Ai-S Micro f/2.8



kwoodard
Registered: Aug 04, 2012
Total Posts: 2984
Country: United States

Nice Graham. I did much the same thing when I had an XE1. Which adapter are you using? Oh, and congratulations!



johnahill
Registered: Jan 08, 2006
Total Posts: 2542
Country: United Kingdom

Great shots Ian

X-E1 + 32mm Zeiss



mortalc01l
Registered: Mar 24, 2014
Total Posts: 10
Country: United States

kwoodard wrote:
Nice Graham. I did much the same thing when I had an XE1. Which adapter are you using? Oh, and congratulations!

Thanks.... I have two Kipon adapters; the first was one with an aperture ring for the Nikon G lenses, but I hated it; terrible control of the aperture and a weird action to it. I then got a plain old "dumb" Kipon adapter and that's far better and works flawlessly with my old Nikon glass.

At the moment, I have the following lenses:

Nikon 20mm Ai-S f/3.5
Nikon 50mm Ai-S f/1.2
Nikon 85mm Ai-S f/2.0
Nikon 105mm pre-Ai f/2.5
Nikon 105mm Ai-S Micro f/2.8
Nikon 135mm pre-Ai f/3.5

SOLD the 135mm Ai-S f/2.0, because it didn't gain me much over the other 135mm lens and was substantially bigger and heavier.


All of them work brilliantly on the X-Pro1, especially great when you use focus peaking to really nail the focus.

Cheers.



kwoodard
Registered: Aug 04, 2012
Total Posts: 2984
Country: United States

mortalc01l wrote:
kwoodard wrote:
Nice Graham. I did much the same thing when I had an XE1. Which adapter are you using? Oh, and congratulations!

Thanks.... I have two Kipon adapters; the first was one with an aperture ring for the Nikon G lenses, but I hated it; terrible control of the aperture and a weird action to it. I then got a plain old "dumb" Kipon adapter and that's far better and works flawlessly with my old Nikon glass.

At the moment, I have the following lenses:

Nikon 20mm Ai-S f/3.5
Nikon 50mm Ai-S f/1.2
Nikon 85mm Ai-S f/2.0
Nikon 105mm pre-Ai f/2.5
Nikon 105mm Ai-S Micro f/2.8
Nikon 135mm pre-Ai f/3.5

SOLD the 135mm Ai-S f/2.0, because it didn't gain me much over the other 135mm lens and was substantially bigger and heavier.


All of them work brilliantly on the X-Pro1, especially great when you use focus peaking to really nail the focus.

Cheers.


Yup, that was my feeling as well with the XE1. Wish I never sold it. Thinking about getting another one.



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