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  1. I've had this lens but gave it to my nephew with on of my Minolta SLR. Frankly, I used it maybe once shooting film and it was ok but I just prefer primes. So from time to time I pair my Fuji with Minolta's 35f1.8 or 58f1.2. Anyway I have dozen of Rokkors and all of them is excelent lenses but mostly I shoot film with them. )
  2. The only green I've got these days is a rusty hand rail. So I'm in a phase called waiting for the sun.
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    Some time ago I've faced the same dilemma. I chose f2 and though I never regret about that I always wanted to test 1.4 as well, so I was almost ready to buy it when Fuji announced that 33f1 is coming. So 1.4 purchase is on hold now and I'm saving... )
  4. I'd like to have the same kind of winter as you are Merlin and call the green sunny view "winter landscape". 😁
  5. Have you set up the camera to take pictures without lens?
  6. This 33f1 doesn't look that big mounted on xt3. it's about the size of 90f2 but twice faster. hope it won't cost a fortune.
  7. these last winter days X-E2 + 35f2
  8. I'm afraid the options you are talking about would be available only when "FUJIFILM M MOUNT ADAPTER" is attached (http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/accessories/lens/mount/fujifilm_m_mount_adapter/). But I don't think you need to bother about them. Just setup your focal length correctly and that's enough.
  9. I have 27mm, 23f2 and 35f2. As I prefer 35mm focal length over 23mm I use 35mm when I've got any sort of bag with me and 27mm when there is just a pocket where I can store my cam. I see no differences in IQ and sharpness but 35mm is faster and longer so can provide good bokeh while 27mm doesn't have this feature. What about 50mm and 60mm if only you are not in a bad need for a macro shooting take 50mm. 60mm has a great IQ but almost useless for street and reportage due its slow focusing nature.
  10. I didn't set up the catalog myself. It was created automatically during installation. Yes, we can choose whether we need to import RAFs into the catalog or leave them wthere they are but all changes would be stored in a single file and I don't like this way. I prefer separate projects - sessions in terms of C1, which might be freely moved wherever I want. Anyway I'm going to get myself familiar with the full version and if I like it I'll get it.
  11. As I've found out Express version doesn't have "Sessions", so I can't work with files and folders as I do. Catalog paradigm is just not for everybody and definitely not for me.
  12. Apparently it should be max A lenses like 35mm f/1.4; 23mm f/1.4 and 56mm f/1.2 or some adopted fast manual focus lenses. Shooting in manual mode using zone focusing may also make sense.
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