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  1. 2 points

    black and white (open thread)

    Though the window in Sanyang, The Gambia. Fujifilm X-T3 & Fujinon XF23mmF2 R WR - ACROS Film Simulation Doing Dishes by Din Dayemi, on Flickr
  2. 2 points

    Fuji Birds

    In India
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    On the street where I live… Camera: X-Pro2 Lens: 16-80mm f/4

    © 2020 L.P. Pacilio

  4. 2 points

    Cityscapes with Fujifilm X

    X-E2 + 27f2.8
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    Streetphotography (open thread)

    X-E2 + 27f2.8
  6. 2 points
    MSC Charleston docked at Port Miami.
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    Will there be a Fujifilm XE 4?

    i kind of also think it's bull...considering they moved the x-t4 more towards video and the x-pro3 is very very niche with that weird screen...although fuji know their numbers best... i don't get why the viewfinder has to be on top and in the middle? especially on mirrorless...is it just for the looks?
  8. 2 points
    Doug Pardee

    Fuji XT questions

    1. DxO refuses to have anything to do with X-Trans sensors. Until very recently, they refused to have anything to do with Fujifilm at all, even their Bayer-sensored cameras. 2. Fujifilm -- along with Olympus, Panasonic, and Ricoh/Pentax -- honors the traditional "18% gray" brightness target value. That brightness goal was set during the days of B&W photography, and we've learned that color photographs tend to look a bit "underexposed" at that brightness level. For that reason, Canon's DSLRs derate the ISO number, so that you get about one stop brighter image -- about 35% gray. Sony does the same, and Nikon changed over about a decade back. So the "Big 3" manufacturers all use an ISO rating system that produces images about a stop brighter than those produced by Fuji/Oly/Panny/Pentax. What is measured as ISO 200 on the old "18% gray" plan is now being marked as ISO 100 by the big brands. In fact, when NIkon made the change, people commented about how Nikon DSLRs used to only go down to ISO 200 but now were going down to ISO 100. To get 18% gray on one of the big guy's cameras, you need to meter at twice the ISO that the camera is set to. [By the way, Canon tried the 18% gray target in the Rebel XTi/400D DSLR, and people complained about how dark its pictures were.] When using in-camera metering on Fuji, the multi-zone metering runs about a stop brighter than the "dumb" metering modes. That way Fuji produces the same bright color images that the Big 3 manufacturers do -- in Multi metering mode. But the difference in brightness between in-camera metering modes catches a lot of people off-guard. Personal opinion: the days of "18% gray" are behind us. Canon, Nikon, and Sony have long abandoned that standard, and virtually nobody has complained. It's probably time for Fuji/Oly/Panny/Pentax to make the change, too.
  9. 2 points

    Near and Far

    X-T2, 16-80mm
  10. 2 points
    Wrong, The flippy screen destroys the ease of use enjoyed with the articulating screen of the XT-3 - just for starts. I'm afraid my next upgrade won't happen until Fuji starts making cameras again instead of camcorders. Just my opinion, but I believe there are plenty others out there that agree with me.
  11. 2 points

    black and white (open thread)

    First post, lets see if I can do this...
  12. 1 point

    XT-3 lens mount cap stuck

    Excellent, glad it worked out Ty!
  13. 1 point
    Jen and Row Row 1 by Din Dayemi, on Flickr
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    A great combo kit as well as a commanding portrait lens! Noah in the Office by Din Dayemi, on Flickr Mark in the Market by Din Dayemi, on Flickr
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    X-T30 Video Overheating Solutions

    I’ve shot years of wedding solo and your friends ask is a tough one as shooting is only a quarter of the challenge. That aside. I just did my first video with the x-t3 and focus was a challenge and the stupid stopped recording in 4K. At least it counts down on the screen to give you a heads up on when it will quit recording (so you can try to get critical vows and such...or an external recorder talked below) ok, the overheating issue. An external recorder is the way to go. It should give you 4:2:2 10 bit 4K and no limit on recording time (completely test this as I have xt3 not xt30 experience) the external recorder needs to have a monitor as part of its package. (My past experience w/ a Canon 5D mark III) it was the back LCD that caused the heating issue so switch to the eye viewer and test to confirm it won’t overheat anymore. on other stuff. Work on video focusing a ton and review footage on a large monitor. HD isn’t forgiving and 4K is even less forgiving. Use one lens and get as familiar as possible using it with video. Dreaming of what’s possible (different lenses, etc) vs the reality of only have one chance at getting it right will put a lot of stress on you. Switching gear in the middle of all this will add stress. (Where do you store the other gear, What pocket is it in, how/when to switch back, where’s that lens cap, did switching introduce dust, a hair, finger print or a little fuzzy thing that will be on all your footage now) Sound: shotgun mic like Rodes with fake fur (deadcat) windscreen on camera as it will isolate most unwanted camera and all your breathing noise (you’ll be huffing/puffing at sometime). Small recorder with small lavalier mic for groom. Recorder goes in jacket breast pocket. Turn on at least 10min. before ceremony and put tape over on/off switch (if groom goes to bathroom ya don’t want him messing with recorder because he’s under stress too and may/will forget to turn it back on) hope I didn’t overstep your ask too much. just want to help you and your family. good luck!
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    Fuji Birds

    **** Open Threads **** feel free to add bird photos here:) taken with a manual focus Fujinon 135mm 2.5. a little luck was needed.
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    Fuji Birds

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    Fuji Birds

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    Check the face detection setting - should be off
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    How are you measuring the bitrate? If a video clip which takes 5 seconds to shoot at 200Mbps is played back at 4x slow motion (i.e. 20 seconds) then the average bitrate over 20 seconds will be 50Mbps.
  21. 1 point
    M Wales

    black and white (open thread)

    X-Pro3 & 35 1.4
  22. 1 point

    X100V or Pen-F dillema?

    I have both and suggest that if you can afford to keep them both, you should do so. I thought about selling my Pen-F when I got the X100V since I mainly shoot with Fuji cameras, but the Pen-F is such a cool camera that I can't quite bring myself to part with it.
  23. 1 point

    Film Simulation?

    Yes + Eterna bleach bypass
  24. 1 point
    X-Pro3 & 16 2.8
  25. 1 point
    Also Chris from Pal2tech is great for Fuji gear one of the best
  26. 1 point

    From the album: Fuji newbie

    © bailyimages

  27. 1 point

    Streetphotography (open thread)

    X-E2 + 27f2.8
  28. 1 point

    Turtle Rescue

    Injured Loggerhead sea turtle being rescued in Jupiter, Florida.
  29. 1 point
    I also include Zack Arias and Denae & Andrew on YouTube in my list.
  30. 1 point
    There are a few guys I regard as both knowledgeable and friendly toward Fujifilm gear. Theora Apophosis, Omar Gonzales, Bigheadtaco, Three Blindmen and an Elephant, and the Fuji Guys all come to mind. Of those, Ken Wheeler (Theora Apophosis) stands out for me with his technical acumen, and he has even written an ebook on Fujifilm gear. He is not palatable to everyone, as he is very blunt, and not apologetic for it.
  31. 1 point
    I use this lens frequently. The thread size is 77mm.
  32. 1 point
    I’ve had Sony, Panasonic and Canon and prefer Fuji. With my past Canon 5D mark III my wife refused to shoot with it because of the complexities. Fuji isn’t as popular (or should I say: as widely discussed) as some other manufacturers. DXOMARK Still doesn’t have any information on the quality of Fuji lenses and if you study their results many manufacturers seem to have a lot of good and slightly better then good lenses and in reading lensrentals great blog, they’ve done articles on how Lens quality can differ on the same lens, copy to copy, so a serious shooter might have to experience multiple copies of the same lens to find one that was manufactured correctly. with that, I personally think Fuji manufacturers a more quality lens then most manufacturers. My wife likes the X-T3 so much that we both have one. I love the image the camera produces. I love that I can customize the menus so much but I do find diving deep into the menus is confusing and frustrating because there are so many options and preferences in the deeper sub menus that I forget how to get to. I find the LCD finger flick menu more of an issue then a helper. And some items marked for a quick access button don’t work and Fuji doesn’t give you a warning. The 18-55mm Fuji kit lens you mentioned surpasses most everyone’s kit lens. I’ve found fuji’s 80mm 2.8 macro to be an awesomely crisp image lens. I rented the 8-16mm f2.8 for a week long trip to Arizona’s Grand Canyon and that’s all I shot with. It is drop dead the most excellent lens I’ve ever used.. now I’m just waiting for a sale before I buy it. Hope that helps some...
  33. 1 point
    Yup - I use my remote trigger all the time. I find it especially useful for video since it's wildly inconvenient to press the shutter button when on a gimbal. But it is also great for photos when you have the camera on a tripod.
  34. 1 point

    New to Fuji

    Hello, I am an 84 yr old retired U.S. Marine, I live in central Texas. Moved to Fuji from Nikon. I also shoot film with a Nikon FE and a CONTAX RX. I have toured in all 50 states and have taken the official tour of all state capitols, also all but 1 Canadian provinces and 15 states in Mexico. I was a full time RV,r for 13 years
  35. 1 point
    If you don't want video don't use it. Personally I was looking forward to the xt4, smaller than the xh1 and with IBIS. BUt now that the metering switch has been lost, along with the new screen, I don't think I will bother. And as for you two above, isn't the point of forums to have debate, not character assassination
  36. 1 point

    Near and Far

    Thanks very much, Jerry!
  37. 1 point

    Near and Far

  38. 1 point
    The "Digital Split Image" focus assist (as implemented on fuji's cameras) requires a display, so in pure OVF it is not possible to use it. However, on the x-pro2 you can also add a little display in the lower right corner of the viewfinder: set it to "ERF mode" : http://fujifilm-dsc.com/en/manual/x-pro2/first_step/monitor/index.html#viewfinder_selector You should then be able to have the split image on the little EVF, with the rest of the viewfinder still in optical.
  39. 1 point
    Not sure what went wrong for you. I have an X-T3 and do not have any real exposure problems. The XT-30 is smaller and lighter but the X-t3 is, as you say, weather resistent and has a much better viewfinder. I would say plump for the X-T3 if you can get one within your budget.
  40. 1 point
    I'll tell you what. I DO NOT LIKE THE DIRECTION OF FUJI AT THE MOMENT. If you want video, buy a camcorder, period!!
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  42. 1 point
    Hi! I have owned the Fuji 18-55 mm f 2.8-4 for a while, and now the upgrade itch got to me and I had to try out a Fuji 16-55 mm f2.8. After watching almost every review out there, I was really wondering if I would notice the difference in practical use. My first shots were disappointing in that regard, when just zooming in on my camera screen the pics looked very similar. Then I rigged up a tripod and did some more systematic comparisons - reviewing them on my computer. These screen shots from Capture One is very representative from what I found. I tried out various aperture settings and took many more pictures, but I believe these are basically telling the amount of difference in sharpness between the 18-55 and the 16-55. Focus was of course placed at the same spot. On the globe, it was on the A of Australia, on the car it was on the wheel. I noticed a difference in the bokeh on the globe-picture even if both lenses are set to f4 in that shot (the bokeh ball from the lamp across the street is bigger with the 16-55). Anyway - hope this is useful for someone, and it would be interesting to hear other user experiences. 😃 My conclusion is that the 18-55 is very good, but if you want to crop your images or print them very big, the 16-55 definitely is sharper. Pictures were taken with my X-h1
  43. 1 point
    Patrick FR

    X-Pro 3 viewfinder lightleak issue

    Did you get the camera back in teh meantime? I hope so... and sorry to hear about your issue with the x-Pro3
  44. 1 point

    Landscapes in b&W (open thread)

    Since there is no topic for landscapes in b&w, I thought let's create one... Cloudy day by #1923#, auf Flickr
  45. 1 point

    Landscapes in b&W (open thread)

    Another landscape photo in b/w dreary day by #1923#, auf Flickr
  46. 1 point
    Jose Carpin

    "Yangon Circular Railway"

    "Yangon Circular Railway" Yangon, Myanmar 2017 Fuji X-T2 + XF16mm f1.4 R WR + XF35mm f1.4 Instagram: jose_carpin_photographer Website: www.josecarpin.com 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  47. 1 point

    Streetphotography (open thread)

    Leashed Cat
  48. 1 point

    Fuji Birds

    First post here - taken with X-T3 and the 100-400 lens with 1.4 convertor.
  49. 1 point

    Streetphotography (open thread)

    Wysłane z iPad za pomocą Tapatalk
  50. 1 point

    Fuji Birds

    Hello, took by 50-140
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