Jump to content

Hermelin

Members
  • Content Count

    426
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    18

Hermelin last won the day on June 30

Hermelin had the most liked content!

About Hermelin

  • Rank
    Advanced Member
  • Birthday 02/27/1985

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

Recent Profile Visitors

821 profile views
  1. But Pro2 has classic chrome simulation that Xpro1 lacks which is a very filmlike looking simulation.
  2. I also wonder if it's a better idea to use a camera with a big EVF such as the X-T2 as manual focus must be easier when you have a big VF compared to a smaller like the X-Pro2
  3. UGH, sounds like a a lot of work
  4. Cpl of questions 1. As it does not have any electronic connection with the camera, does it mean I won't be able to see the aperture number on the display? 2. Is it a bad choice for street photography as it's a manual lens? You can see what kind of shots I take https://500px.com/filiphermelin 3. Is it near impossible to nail focus on moving subjects? What's the technique you would use?
  5. Hmm I didn't know that. Well then it's a not a benifit with the ND filter against for example my old X-T2 that can shot up to 1/8000sec @ f/2 (I believe).
  6. Max shutterspeed on the x100f is 1/4000 sec but if I shot iso 200 on a bright day with aperture f/2 and AUTO shutterspeed, it only goes to 1/1000 and the image gets overexposed when it should go higher to get a correct expousure. Why does it stop at 1/1000. I mean I can use the built in ND filer, sure but I shouldn't have to. The other solution is to dial in correct shutter speed manually but I just want to shot with LOW ISO and lets the camera decide shutterspeed for correct expousre it self.
  7. DSCF1303 by Filip Hermelin, on Flickr
  8. The huge size difference between the 35 f/1.4 and 35 f/1.0 isn't worth the small DOF difference you get IMO.
×
×
  • Create New...