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    Couple from Cornwall

    A couple taken on a family holiday to Cornwall - X-T3 and 10-24 thanks for looking
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    laeufer auf dem deich by Rolf Marx, auf Flickr
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    Streetphotography (open thread)

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    Cityscapes with Fujifilm X

    watercolors ...
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    Fuji butterflies

    ... Malachitfalter (Siproeta stelenes) by Enzio Harpaintner, auf Flickr
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    September Glad

    A wonderful treat!
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    black and white (open thread)

    nrw forum martin parr fruehe werke 2 by Rolf Marx, auf Flickr
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    Anton C.

    Kingston NY after storm

    Some from a quick photowalk after a storm.
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    Cityscapes with Fujifilm X

    S.Angelo Ischia (Naples) Italy Fuji X100
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    135mm lens comparison

    Carl Zeiss Sonnar 135/2.8 Fuji X-E1 OOC Jpeg
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    Fuji Birds

    Great Blue Heron
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    Streetphotography (open thread)

    warten by Rolf Marx, auf Flickr
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    I probably would have never have guessed this one. Greybeard proves the value of community learning and support.
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    Always good to have spare SD cards
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    1949 Carl Zeiss jena Tessar f4.5 40 mm by Claude, on Flickr
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    Late Blooming Pelargoniums

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    Problem connecting Fuji app to x30

    Hi Olaf That makes sense. The App has a different IPhone number than the one shown camera. by Jove, it worked. thank you! L
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    If you set the camera to RAW plus JPG (use „fine“ setting for JPG) and a monochrome mode, you‘ll get a black and white JPG and a coloured RAW. You can use the RAW file for different kinds of development inside the camera or with external software.
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    You'd have to go into the camera shooting menu's Film Simulation options. From there, you'll have the option to default to the Monochrome options. Keep in mind that once you shoot in monochrome, the pictures can't be reverted to color later. Here's a link to your camera's online manual. You'll also have the ability to download a PDF copy of the manual for yourself. http://fujifilm-dsc.com/en/manual/x-t100/index.html
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    September Daylilies

    A new month treat!
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    Gowana learning to blend

    Heavily cropped.. shot with a Xt3 55-200mm
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    Gowana learning to blend

    Spotted this gowana a little bit too late to get a photo on the ground and had the wrong lens on to start with. Xt3 35mm f1.4
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    Night sky

    Took a photo of the neighbours campsite SOOC just resized Xt3 35mm f1.4 @ f2 8000 iso 10sec
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    Very Late Blooming Gladiola

    A marvelous surprise!
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    M Wales

    Streetphotography (open thread)

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    The problem (at least for me) has always been to get my head around the fact that the Q Menu and the Custom Settings are different concepts. Just because you can see some of the Custom Settings in the Q Menu does not mean they are the same thing.
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    Sebastian Lindblad

    One Hot Tokyo Minute

    I made a short last week on my last day in Japan. Shot on my Fuji X-T3 and with a Helios 44-M 58mm f2 lens.
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    New member

    Hey everyone! Just want to drop a note and say hello ... my name is Brian and I've been photographing things as a professional and hobbyist for more than 30 years. I'm a pretty new to Fujix system so have a lot to learn...this seems to be a perfect place to seek advice and help with everything related to Fujifilm camera and lenses. Cheers,
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    New member

    Thanks David ... nothin' better than a newbie welcome 😁. Cheers!
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    Streetphotography (open thread)

    Some photos I took while roaming downtown Toronto...
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    black and white (open thread)

    X P1 35 f1.4
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    Doug Pardee

    Brassing X100V

    Just FYI: the usual term for that is "brassing." Yeah, that's not all that helpful.
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    About 2 months ago I switched from a Canon system to Fuji. I could not be more in love with the Fuji. Anyways one of the biggest things that brought me to Fuji was the ability to adapt lenses so easily. Here is my collection so far: Canon 28mm F3.5 FD mount Canon 50mm F1.4 FD mount Mamiya Sekor 50mm F2 M42 mount Super Takumar 50mm F1.4 M42 mount Super Takumar 105mm F2.8 M42 mount
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    Doug Pardee

    X-T3 Custom Settings are Horrible!

    The custom settings are essentially "virtual film types" for JPEG shooters. Raw shooters will have no use for custom settings. [On the cameras that don't have ISO dials -- X-T10/20/30 and X-E2/2S/3 -- the custom settings include ISO settings and, more importantly, auto-ISO configurations. Some Raw shooters might find having multiple auto-ISO configurations useful.] Because the Fuji uses control knobs for many functions, and there's no notion of PASM modes, exposure controls can't be saved and restored by the camera. This is, to me, the big downside of the direct controls. It would be nice if Fuji would at least let you set up a number of autofocus configurations. They couldn't control AF-S vs. AF-C, but all of the other AF settings are "soft." The Q menu is something totally different. It's a control panel that you can bring up with a single button-push that shows how 16 different features are currently configured, and allows you to change their settings directly from that control panel. You get to choose which features appear in the panel and how it's laid out. The Q menu doesn't "save" anything for later -- it changes the current camera settings.
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    The Carl Zeiss Jena lenses give great colors, sharpness and close focusing at very reasonable prices. The XT2 sensor seems to pair well with this lens.
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    Peak district, UK

    Still getting used to my first ultra wide angle lens but really love using the 10-24 - such a nice handling lens - if you know what i mean ! One from the Peaks - from Fernilee Reservoir up to Shining Tor and Cats Tor - was a lovely hot April day !
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    Portraiture work, running topic

    T2 + 56 DSCF3212 by Kirill Sokolov, on Flickr
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    Vitalij K

    135mm lens comparison

    X-E2+Minolta Auto Tele rokkor-pf 135 2.8 Russia, Perm
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    135mm lens comparison

    My two cents: Minolta AF 135 2.8, all shots aprox. f4 with K&F adapter on a X-T10 DSCF1634 by Manuel Bustos, en Flickr DSCF1599 by Manuel Bustos, en Flickr DSCF1716 by Manuel Bustos, en FlickrDSCF1684 by Manuel Bustos, en FlickrDSCF1653 by Manuel Bustos, en Flickr And for comparison, this is a fujinon XF 60 mm macro. f4DSCF1641 by Manuel Bustos, en Flickr Both lenses are tack sharp. May be the fujinon xf is even sharper... or not, I couldn't really say
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    135mm lens comparison

    Heres one from my SMC 135 f/3.5
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    landscapes with fuji x

    i hope you like it ... IR-Linde by Enzio Harpaintner, auf Flickr
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    135mm lens comparison

    Vivitar 135mm M42 @ f2.8 with Zhongyi Speedbooster. Paid $55 for lens on ebay in Mint condition. Pics taken with the X-T1. noahwinter10 by E.P. Scott, on Flickr noahwinter12 by E.P. Scott, on Flickr
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