Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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justruss
Registered: Jul 05, 2004
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X-E1 w/ Canon FL 55mm f/1.2:

































justruss
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X-E1 w/ Olympus OM 24mm f/2.8 multicoated:































And the bag I just got to carry the camera around town:







cputeq
Registered: Jun 25, 2008
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Interesting, i just was considering last night to getting a canon 55 1.2 eventually. How is the MF action with the XE EVF? People seem to say the 3x mag mode isnice, but is that good enough for a 1.2 lens?



justruss
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X-E1 w/ Tamron 17mm f/3.5:































justruss
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And, finally, X-E1 w/ the Fuji 35. Apologies for the image dump, but I figured it might be interesting to see the same X-E1 shot in the same general places over a few days with a variety of very differently drawing lenses. All processed from RAW w/ Aperture via the eye of the same photographer.





































justruss
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cputeq wrote:
Interesting, i just was considering last night to getting a canon 55 1.2 eventually. How is the MF action with the XE EVF? People seem to say the 3x mag mode isnice, but is that good enough for a 1.2 lens?


I find MF with the X-E1 pretty easy. It's not fast, because with the Fuji lenses you're dealing with fly by wire, and with an older MF lens you still face the relatively slow redraw of the EVF. So don't think it's going to be super speedy.

That said, it's quick enough and super accurate obviously.

With my particularly copy of the FL 55 f/1.2 the focus ring is very damp. Focus throw is pretty long. The combination of light body with dense/heavy lens doesn't make the MF process feel quick.



Camtography
Registered: Mar 01, 2013
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Fire Rescue by Camtography, on Flickr

This happened Monday morning. Not sure who caused the fire but I'm thankful that the Edmonton Fire Rescue responded very quickly.



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
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Nm



cputeq
Registered: Jun 25, 2008
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So I got my XE1 and kit 18-55 in today.

So far, I really like the IQ. The JPEGs are pretty freakin' good actually - which is pretty good, coming from me! In fact, the colors are so great, I've stopped trying to screw around with RAW to get the same look (maybe I'll try SilkyPix or just process in-camera).


Still learning the controls, it's a pretty "methodical" (read: slow) camera, but that's just fine for most of what I'm shooting - I have the 5D3 for speed, but this lil booger is pretty damn nice when it comes to the files it spits out.


DSCF5434 by J L Smith, on Flickr

I'm in love with velvia


DSCF5407 by J L Smith, on Flickr


DSCF5406 by J L Smith, on Flickr


The camera handled those last two shots (very high DR) admirably, I am really impressed and I can't wait to do some real shooting with the setup.



TheGloriousEnd
Registered: Nov 07, 2012
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Untitled by The Glorious End, on Flickr


It'll Do. by The Glorious End, on Flickr

Two very different shots here....
I probably should've gone a stop high shutter speed wise on the first image, but it still serves.

The second is with my very talented model/photographer/fashion designer friend Julia....
so wonderful to work with people who can figure out what I want from a vaguely worded sentence!

Though the 35 isn't my favorite lens due to what I consider somewhat boring rendering (read: perfect) it certainly is quite useful....and stupidly sharp!



tardegardo
Registered: Jan 26, 2013
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great shots Glorious!



michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
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cputeq wrote:
.....The camera handled those last two shots (very high DR) admirably, I am really impressed and I can't wait to do some real shooting with the setup.


Glad your enjoying it. I've been very impressed with the DR of this camera and the metering is better than any Canon I've used.



michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
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tardegardo wrote:
great shots Glorious!


+1.



michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
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Got the 18-55 in the mail the other day, after only having the 35 1.4 previously. The 18-55 is much better built (and heavier) than I thought it would be - feels great in the hand, very sharp and the IS seems very effective....

18mm, f/5.6








Testing the IS.....55mm, 1/12 sec....







wide open....








wide open....






KatieInTexas
Registered: Jan 27, 2011
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My BABY graduated from pre-school today. I'm a happy/sad mama. XP1 with 18-55.



michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
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^ - precious moments.



Old rock....
35 1.4....





Old barn...
35 1.4....




New flower.....
FD 50 1.4 @ f/2....



rxgolf
Registered: Aug 26, 2005
Total Posts: 2416
Country: United States

First day with the XE. Honestly I struggled with the viewfinder, and you folks make it look so easy with your amazing post!!
Thanks for looking,
Greg



rxgolf
Registered: Aug 26, 2005
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One more for the yellow fans out there :-)
Greg



Camtography
Registered: Mar 01, 2013
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Country: Canada

Going to add a shoe to the mix!

X-E1 + 35mm


Photo Adventure by Camtography, on Flickr



johnahill
Registered: Jan 08, 2006
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Country: United Kingdom

Just picked up a used 14mm, seems the Zeiss 12mm pre-orderes have made more Fuji 14's available in the last week than I've ever seen, certainly in the UK anyway.



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