Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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tardegardo
Registered: Jan 26, 2013
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olelovold wrote:



lovely colors!



turbodude
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KatieInTexas
Registered: Jan 27, 2011
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What's this lens turbodude? Looks fantastic!



turbodude
Registered: Oct 21, 2006
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first one was 35 1.4, and the second was the rokinon 8mm fish - shot jpeg



corposant
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BokehBeauty
Registered: Feb 06, 2010
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corposant, nice example that one can do fast sports with Fuji X and add distrinctive mood.
BTW, on my screen the colors are a bit cold.



twelveish
Registered: Feb 10, 2012
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xenor wrote:
Fantastic shot JochenB. I could write an essay on that one!


+1! I'm merely an envious lurker in this thread, and there are great contributions from everyone here, but this one I had to comment on. Absolutely epic shot. It's visually stunning, thought provoking, engrossing. I'm in awe.



Kit Laughlin
Registered: Mar 08, 2004
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Country: Australia

Does anyone here shoot video with the X-E1? In my work, much of it done while travelling overseas, requires both still and video. I am 100% comfortable using the X-E1 for all my stills needs, but am having some problems with video (in particular, choosing focus settings that keep the subject in focus!).

What is not clear from the manual is what AF settings to use, and to what extent (if any) the selected focus point that work perfectly in single image mode is respected once in video mode. I have the sound side covered (I record second system sound and use the camera's recorded sound only for syncing), but need reliable focus and—preferably—focus that can follow the action. All suggestions gratefully received, and this can be made a separate thread too, if folk prefer.



Jochenb
Registered: May 25, 2010
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Country: Belgium

twelveish wrote:
xenor wrote:
Fantastic shot JochenB. I could write an essay on that one!


+1! I'm merely an envious lurker in this thread, and there are great contributions from everyone here, but this one I had to comment on. Absolutely epic shot. It's visually stunning, thought provoking, engrossing. I'm in awe.


Thanks a lot you both! I appreciate it!


Frezeiss, I'm surprised nobody commented on your landscape shot on the previous page. It's very nice.
Olelovold, lovely atmosphere.
Turbodude, nice landscapes. I prefer the first one.
Corposant, great action shot.



turbodude
Registered: Oct 21, 2006
Total Posts: 1380
Country: United States

Kit Laughlin wrote:
Does anyone here shoot video with the X-E1? In my work, much of it done while travelling overseas, requires both still and video. I am 100% comfortable using the X-E1 for all my stills needs, but am having some problems with video (in particular, choosing focus settings that keep the subject in focus!).

What is not clear from the manual is what AF settings to use, and to what extent (if any) the selected focus point that work perfectly in single image mode is respected once in video mode. I have the sound side covered (I record second system sound and use the camera's recorded sound only for syncing), but need reliable focus and—preferably—focus that can follow the action. All suggestions gratefully received, and this can be made a separate thread too, if folk prefer.



ive used some video with it, but i treat it like any video dslr, manual focus is the only way to go. Its no camcorder.



xtianyves
Registered: May 28, 2010
Total Posts: 391
Country: Canada

All, here is my contribution. Still coming to grips with the X-E1 and the weather has been the usual rainy/wet/cold combo it always is here in Vancouver.



Gazing Out Over Galiano by christianyves, on Flickr


Crossing Over by christianyves, on Flickr



Fuj X-E1 + Voigtlander 15mm Super Wide Heliar by christianyves, on Flickr



xtianyves
Registered: May 28, 2010
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turbodude those are some nice looking landscapes!



rumdiarist
Registered: Jan 05, 2013
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xtianyves really nice colors! the last one is just amazing!



turbodude
Registered: Oct 21, 2006
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NEW FIRMWARE UPDATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 1.04 for Xpro and XE1 and 35 1.4



alba63
Registered: Dec 21, 2003
Total Posts: 550
Country: Germany

Yes, but I found AF speed with the 35mm to be as lame as before. AF Precision I cannot tell yet...

And, Fuji: where is the user selectable lower shutter time limit for Auto ISO
Helllooo Fuji, when does it come

Bernie



turbodude
Registered: Oct 21, 2006
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yeah thats a bugger. but i like that the AF button can be moved to the AE-L button



Jochenb
Registered: May 25, 2010
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Country: Belgium

The firmware update is an improvement. Less hunting and less problems with backlighting. I also notice pushing the shutterbutton before waiting for the green AF box nails the focus almost every time.



turbodude
Registered: Oct 21, 2006
Total Posts: 1380
Country: United States

Jochenb wrote:
The firmware update is an improvement. Less hunting and less problems with backlighting. I also notice pushing the shutterbutton before waiting for the green AF box nails the focus almost every time.



this is my impression as well, definitely feels snappier. and also has better lock when dealing with close focusing.



sputnik
Registered: Oct 15, 2003
Total Posts: 405
Country: Sweden

xtianyves wrote:
All, here is my contribution. Still coming to grips with the X-E1 and the weather has been the usual rainy/wet/cold combo it always is here in Vancouver.



Gazing Out Over Galiano by christianyves, on Flickr


Crossing Over by christianyves, on Flickr



Fuj X-E1 + Voigtlander 15mm Super Wide Heliar by christianyves, on Flickr


Very nice!
I really like the last shot.

/Sputnik



justruss
Registered: Jul 05, 2004
Total Posts: 4451
Country: United States

Just got back from 3 weeks in India on assignment using my XE + 35 1.4 and adapted Tammy 17mm-- as second to my 5dmk2 + 35L-- and all I can say is that I'm blown away from the images I am starting to review on the XE.

It's THAT good. I can't post any of the assignment pics until the assignment happens, but I will post afterward. And I'll post some of the non-assignment pics when I get around to them.

I'm still loving this thread.



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