jerryy got a reaction from Golden Oxen in First generation Fuji X lenses on 40MP sensor body?
Anyone that could definitively answer the question at this point most likely will not because they would be under a Non-Disclosure-Agreement. You can keep up on the rumors over at https://www.fujirumors.com
It does not make sense for Fujifilm to release the new sensor in a x-mount body if the older lenses cannot give it good enough images. Sure, absolutely sure, Fujifilm makes money selling new lenses, but they also support their setups with the older lenses. If it was not feasible to do that, then it would make better sense to put the sensor in the gfx mount line or start a new mount type series. The rumors say the sensor will be in the x-mount line.
At some point there could be a sensor that out does the lenses, that is a hard limt, but it does not sound like that point is here. We will know soon enough.
jerryy got a reaction from George_P in Fall pictures
With autumn closing in ...
The temperature is still hot to very hot, but the days are getting shorter, and some few of the tree leaves are starting to change colors and the berry bushes / trees are kicking out fruit for migrating birds to munch on while they pass through on their way to winter homes.
jerryy reacted to Sonnarman2021 in NZ Silvereye feeding
X-S10 with fifty year original Canon FD100-300 f5.6 (f11).
The silvereye has a wide distribution throughout New Zealand. They can be found from sea level to above the tree line but they are not abundant in deep forest or open grassland.
Slightly smaller than a sparrow, the silvereye is olive-green with a ring of white feathers around the eye.
Males have slightly brighter plumage than females. They have a fine tapered bill and a brush tipped tongue like the tui and bellbird.
Silvereyes mainly eat insects, fruit and nectar.
The silvereye was first recorded in New Zealand in 1832 and since there is no evidence that it was artificially introduced, it is classified as a native species. Its Māori name, tauhou, means 'stranger' or more literally 'new arrival'.
jerryy reacted to BeatX in Some travel photos with Fuji 16/1.4
I wonna showcase Fujinon 16/1.4 lens, when using it on travel (I was in 2 weeks holiday in Croatia with my family)
Im new in Fujifilm system, so for now I got only X-S10 and 16/1.4 (looking towards new upcoming XF 33/1.4 or XF 56/1.2 mkII)
Landscape photography/journalism is not my best side, so Im fully aware that 16/1.4 lens will create way better photos in hands of more skilled landscape photographer
Previous I was working on Canon DSLR's (5DII, 5DIII, 6D) + fast primes, so now I can fully appreciate compact size and small weight of aps-c mirrorless cameras + excellent .jpg of Fuji's SOOC
Larger resolution photos are on my flickr gallery including exif data:
Exif data contains info that all photos was edited in Capture One.
It is because I do resized them all in Capture One after editing only some of them, but most of the photos are SOOC with recipes.
I will point U guys, witch shots was SOOC.
Hope U will enjoy it
8 ) SOOC
jerryy reacted to Luker in How do I zoom electronically/ digitally on my Fuji XT4 using the XF 18-55mm lens?
Thank you so, much for your response and yes I was previously an Olympus camera fan.
I feel much more at ease knowing that I’m not missing something (you don’t know… what you don’t know). It’s a beautiful day here so, I’m looking forward to going out and becoming more well acquainted with this manual zoom lens.
Warm regards and God bless,
jerryy got a reaction from Luker in How do I zoom electronically/ digitally on my Fuji XT4 using the XF 18-55mm lens?
By chance did you used to be an Olympus camera fan? They had some power zoom lenses.
The XF 18-55mm does not have that ability, it is manual zoom all the way.
jerryy reacted to DeeJayK in How do I zoom electronically/ digitally on my Fuji XT4 using the XF 18-55mm lens?
Fujifilm has at least one power zoom lens as well: the XC 15–45.
But even with that lens, the zoom is controlled via a ring on the lens itself, not through the camera. The Micro Four Thirds power zooms function the same way.