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  1. Hi all, I got a chance to play with my XF16-55mm lens and Lee Filters (Big Stopper and Polarizer) yesterday evening. I went to Le Louvre museum (Paris) and I keep getting stunned by the quality of this zoom. You can access 4 pictures in high quality and EXIF details on my blog post: http://j.mp/1IewQjc
  2. Just to clarify what was done: I didn't sharpened the image nor did I tweak noise reduction. Opened it in lightroom, used the Provia color profile, cropped it slightly, sent the picture to Photoshop, converted it to black and white, added the white frame. Then I saved the file using JPG (12, maximum). Done. Nothing esle.
  3. Yes this is normal and is due to the lens motor. The 55-140 does the same. I felt like you initially and discussed the issue with Fujifilm France. Nevertheless the feeling when handling the lens is weird and frightening at first.
  4. I'm playing a bit with the XF90mm since a few days and I have to say that the lens is the best in Fuji's lineup and probably my favorite so far. Sharpness, colors, bookeh, contrast, ... I'm speechless. You can find a full size JPG file here: http://j.mp/1H9gVCn Taken outdoors with one flash @ f/2, ISO 200, 1/180s I didn't tweak the sharpness at all. I only converted it to B&W and added the frame in Photoshop. The color profile used in LR to develop it is Provia. Full review coming soon...
  5. My latest essay for X100C: http://j.mp/1g3oOUc All pictures taken in New-York and Chicago with the X100T and the WCL-X100. Edited entirely in Lightroom with TotallyRad! Replichrome presets. CC are welcome
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