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#321 DanielaWhite images

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Posted 18 April 2017 - 09:29 AM

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Hi, I  am Daniela from Rome, Italy but live in the UK.  I started my photography with a little fuji S5pro and followed up with a Nikon D300S  which I still have. I have now just bought myself a fuji x-T2 with a kit lens (more lenses to follow) as my Nikon DSLR has become a bit too heavy to take with me on my travels at cause of  health problems. So I am back to Fuji which I do love as it is light to carry.

 

 Unfortunately the new camera its a bit complicated and did not come with a user info booklet, I have now just managed to download one and will start the learning process.
 
 I do Stock photography for Getty Images and other agencies like Alamy, Dreamstime etc. I also enjoy travel , architectural , nature and wildlife photography.  I have taken the T2 on her first trip to Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro with two 32gb SD cards. Alas at the end of the journey the first card started to display reader error so I switched to the second card. When at home I tried to download the images to my PC but  the first  card tells me to format the card (i am not stupid so im not doing that as I will loose all the images, that I can still see are definitely there on playback). I have obviously done something wrong. The second card downloaded without any problems.
 
What can I do now to retrieve all my work? At the suggestion of a friend I downloaded the Fuji remote app on my iphone but have not managed to connect to the camera . What else can I do? The camera came without leads so I cannot connect her directly to the pc.  I hope that you will forgive me my ignorance, I am a newby with this camera and i am trying to learn the ropes.
 
Any help /advice appreciated
 
D White


Edited by DanielaWhite images, 18 April 2017 - 10:56 AM.


#322 wolfgang-s

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Posted 23 April 2017 - 08:12 PM

Hi, I'm Wolfgang from Germany. I like street photography, especially with my X-Pro 1 and the 27 mm lens, but I try to shoot other things, too.



#323 Mike G

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Posted 25 April 2017 - 03:09 PM

Hi, I am Daniela from Rome, Italy but live in the UK. I started my photography with a little fuji S5pro and followed up with a Nikon D300S which I still have. I have now just bought myself a fuji x-T2 with a kit lens (more lenses to follow) as my Nikon DSLR has become a bit too heavy to take with me on my travels at cause of health problems. So I am back to Fuji which I do love as it is light to carry.

Unfortunately the new camera its a bit complicated and did not come with a user info booklet, I have now just managed to download one and will start the learning process.

I do Stock photography for Getty Images and other agencies like Alamy, Dreamstime etc. I also enjoy travel , architectural , nature and wildlife photography. I have taken the T2 on her first trip to Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro with two 32gb SD cards. Alas at the end of the journey the first card started to display reader error so I switched to the second card. When at home I tried to download the images to my PC but the first card tells me to format the card (i am not stupid so im not doing that as I will loose all the images, that I can still see are definitely there on playback). I have obviously done something wrong. The second card downloaded without any problems.

What can I do now to retrieve all my work? At the suggestion of a friend I downloaded the Fuji remote app on my iphone but have not managed to connect to the camera . What else can I do? The camera came without leads so I cannot connect her directly to the pc. I hope that you will forgive me my ignorance, I am a newby with this camera and i am trying to learn the ropes.

Any help /advice appreciated
D White

Daniela, the best way to download your images is via a USB card reader! Lexar UHS 11 cards include free a fast SD card reader. Both Sandisk and Lexar give free access to card rescue software, or google image rescue to get more options!

Fuji do not include a lead suitable to conncect to a computer, again a suitable cable is cheaply available on Amazon! Mine was originally for a Blackberry phone and works well! But I reckon downloading via a card reader is the best bet!

Also I would not recommend buying cheap SD cards, you get what you pay for, don't forget buy cheap - buy twice! You can download a manual from Fujifilm.co.uk

Edited by Mike G, 25 April 2017 - 03:14 PM.


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Posted 14 May 2017 - 10:12 AM

Hi, i am Peter and i live in The Netherlands.

I am using Fuji XT1 for about 2 years now, before that period i was using a Panasonic FZ50.

Today i own the following Fuji lenses:
18 - 55 mm
10 - 24 mm
50 - 140 mm
100 - 400 mm

I am very happy with the quality of Fuji and i like the firmware upgrades.

If you have questions don't hesitate to asked me, best regards,

Peter


Edited by pppettterrr, 14 May 2017 - 08:44 PM.


#325 Robert Lane

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Posted 19 May 2017 - 01:19 AM

Hello from Sunny Scottsdale.

 

I'm a new - as in just purchased my X-T2 yesterday - convert.

 

My professional career started in the mid-80's as a commercial print & fashion shooter and at one point I had at least 5 different film-based systems including a Contax 645.

 

While my most-used film system was Nikon (F3HP and later F5) my most-loved camera was the Canon F1-n, and the killer 85mm f/1.2.  While I did use the EOS system later I never fully liked it and often dumped my EOS 1n for my FD-mount F1 instead.

 

And that's partly why I became a Fuji convert: My new X-T2 looks and feels similar to the F1-n. Of course it's physically smaller and lighter, but the aesthetic is *damned* close.  And having old-school manual controls on top like the film cameras of old... yeah, that pretty much had me at "hello".

 

But pining for the good-ol-days wasn't the primary reason for making the switch, it was the gorgeous natural color that the "X" sensor creates.  And being the *only* non-bayer-type sensor camera system currently on the market is a big deal.  As far as I'm concerned Canon and Nikon are going in the totally wrong direction:  More pixels but the same-old sensor technology and not attempting to create better color on-chip.

 

In fact, the best digital color I've ever seen from any DSLR was on the Sigma that had the Foveon sensor.  Fuji's X-sensor isn't the Foveon, but it's way better than Bayer!

 

While I still shoot stills for my client gigs my primary role since the mid-90's is that of commercial film producer, and that's one of the primary reasons I jumped on the X-T2.  The 4K footage with the X-sensor is just gorgeous.

 

My hope is that Fuji will follow Panasonic and soon offer 10-bit 4:2:2 color and at higher bitrates (there is a big, noticeable different in post-production between 8 and 10-bit), but I'm confident it will happen since Fuji is so aggressively updating their firmware far more than any other company.

 

And what am I rigging my X-T2 with?  The vertical grip, a Novoflex OM-to-Fuji adapter (all my lenses will be Olympus OM to start) and a PL-to-Fuji adapter so I can use the cinema primes and zooms we use for our flmmaking.

 

Cheers to all!

 



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Posted 19 May 2017 - 06:55 PM

Hi everyone,

 

Another UK based Fuji user for you.

I have used Fujifilm cameras for several years. In 2013 I was diagnosed with PTSD following military service in the RAF, and as a way of alleviating some of the symptoms, I threw myself into photography big time.

Unfortunately, Fuji no longer had a DSLR for me to buy, so I went to the dark side.............Nikon!

 

However, two weeks ago, I took the plunge, and after much homework and stress I returned to Fuji, selling ALL my Nikon DSLR kit, and Tamron lenses, and I bought the fantastic X-T2.

 

I love it, and it will get more use than any camera, Fuji or not, that I have used before. All I need now is the 35mm F2.................it's on my list.

 

 

I look forward to chatting with you all, and learning more as time goes on.

 

Thanks guys.

 

John


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