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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
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tardegardo wrote:
great shots Glorious!


+1.



michael49
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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
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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
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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
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One more for the yellow fans out there :-)
Greg



Camtography
Registered: Mar 01, 2013
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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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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.



KatieInTexas
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John - that's what I was hoping for! I have been holding out on getting the 14mm and just using my CV 15mm - which is fine, but I would love the perfection of the 14mm.

Greg - lovely shots!

Everyone thanks for the on my latest images of the BABY - here's another (after graduation he was tuckered out - this was out on the ranch. You can see my two ranch hands here are not very useful...)



johnahill
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My processing was a bit grungy, i'm sure I can manage something better when I get a real chance to use the 14 in decent light



suey11
Registered: Jun 19, 2012
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Hi John I'm looking for the 14mm myself where are you finding more used 14mm's is it eBay ?



johnahill
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www.theclassiccamera.com used section.



johnahill
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www.theclassiccamera.com used section.



cputeq
Registered: Jun 25, 2008
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From yesterday, playing with the kiddos: All with 18-55 -- I can't decide which lens to get next, though the 14mm looks awesome.




























Once I get a breather from work/school/daddy duties, I'm considering resurrecting my long-neglected blog and write down some thoughts on the camera so far. Fuji could take a few steps to really, really improve the XE1's usability. I might just try to write them some suggestions also. As it stands, though, I like the camera as-is, so that's good




KatieInTexas
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What we were checking out on the ranch ... hoping to find that Texas black gold!



rxgolf
Registered: Aug 26, 2005
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KatieInTexas wrote:
John - that's what I was hoping for! I have been holding out on getting the 14mm and just using my CV 15mm - which is fine, but I would love the perfection of the 14mm.

Greg - lovely shots!

Everyone thanks for the on my latest images of the BABY - here's another (after graduation he was tuckered out - this was out on the ranch. You can see my two ranch hands here are not very useful...)



Thank you and I love the shot of your workers :-))
Greg



cputeq
Registered: Jun 25, 2008
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I'm really starting to like this body. I'm also learning my way around the quirks and which JPEG scenarios (or RAW) are good for which situations.

I'm *also* starting to see how people like street shooting - it has a nice appeal to it, trying to catch interesting scenes or expressions.

Took a trip with the family to Santa Fe, NM (first time there for us) and it's a nice little town, lots of art colleges and people with cameras, so I didn't feel too "strange" snapping shots (still shy though, but at least the XE1 is small and pretty unobtrusive)

Strangely, I've found it nearly impossible to get a sharp shot at 1/30s using OIS, no matter what the focal length. I have no idea why. I'll have to do more testing, but that might be my "danger" shutter speed. that is matching my heart beat or something crazy like that.


Window Texting by J L Smith, on Flickr


Gathering by J L Smith, on Flickr


Bikes and peek by J L Smith, on Flickr


Inquisitive by J L Smith, on Flickr


Courtyard by J L Smith, on Flickr



Tell me if the 1280px versions are too much, I'll have to re-export them to 1024x from LR -- Flickr's downscaling adds too much "crunchy" unfortunately.




michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
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cputeq wrote:
...Strangely, I've found it nearly impossible to get a sharp shot at 1/30s using OIS, no matter what the focal length. I have no idea why. I'll have to do more testing, but that might be my "danger" shutter speed. that is matching my heart beat or something crazy like that....


That is strange, I've found the IS to be very effective on the 18-55.



michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
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A few from today.....

18-55...



35 1.4 @ f/2....




FD 50 1.4 @ f/2...




FD 50 1.4 @ f/2....



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