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  1. I don't have XC lenses but I guess that you can set the 4 buttons pad to adjust shutter speed when using such lenses.
  2. Despite the sadly fact that originates the situation, you have approached it very well, photographically speaking. This 3 photos display the mood and feelings described in your writing. Very powerful. Congrats!
  3. I have LR 5.7 and X-E2, and when I open a RAF file to process it, LR doesn't offer any Classic Chrome profile but only the original Fuji ones (Provia, Velvia, Astia etc.) and Adobe Camera. Modifying the exif data will allow me to use CC profile?
  4. This is the only missing feature in X-E2, though it is a great camera! X-Pro1, X-Pro2, X-T1 and X-E1 have the possibility to set up the EVF for shooting and LCD for playback. I'm not sure but I think that X-T10 and X100 series also can be set up in this way. FW 4 do not added this functionality. This missing feature is the only still needed by the X-E2. (Please Fuji ) Ah!, also would be desirable a full lens line up like the 35f2 (small, light and fast) --may I suggest 23mm, 18mmII and 45/50mm
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    Beautiful work! Congrats!
  6. When I use the XF27 the command dial is for adjusting aperture of the lens, and left-right buttons of the 4 D-pad adjust shutter in 1/3 values, unless you use it to move the focus point (FW 4.0).
  7. 18f2 & 35f2 are my most used Fujinons, followed very close by 27f2.8 But, my most used focal lenghts are 35 & 50. Being legacy lenses which cover the 50 because of the lack of a reasonable size-weigth-wise Fujinon offer in this focal length. Besides 23f2 would be desirable a 45-50 f2 with a compact volume and weight.
  8. I've been unable to do it under my actual set up, i.e. View mode: 'EVF only + OC sensor'. In this case, when a push 'play' button the images always are displayed on EVF. Same happens when I review a shot. I know that if I change View mode to 'OC sensor', camera will toggle between EVF & LCD automatically but I've find out that this set up drains more battery and, could be distracting sometimes or affect my unobstrusivness when I'm on the street. Could be possible that, having set View mode to 'EVF only + OC sensor' so as to operate the camera and photograph with it, when push '
  9. I agree with this. Besides I'm satisfied with FW 4.0 because it turns my camera in a new one, this issue prevents me to be totally happy. Is there a hardware limitation on X-E2 so as to implement the possibility to always display images on LCD in playback mode despite the EVF setting (except when EVF-only mode is set)? Perhaps I'm wrong, but I've read over here in the forum that the X-E2 is the only camera that behaves in this way.
  10. I've already made this commentary in other topics in this forum: Please make the second dial on top (currently EC) a programmable one, thus it can be selected to function as EC or ISO or bracketing, as desired by the user. Worth to note that this type of dial would allow to set via software +5 steps for EC or bracketing. The 'retro' idea implemented on X-Pro2 of a joint SS-ISO dial is a misinterpretation of what this kind of solution means in the 35mm film shooting times, where once you put the roll, you set the dial to the correspondent ISO and don't move it again until you change the rol
  11. I'm a photo hobbyist, being my main photographic subjects family, travel and street. Since I went to Fuji X-E2 I've found myself relying on most in the in-camera jpeg but I didn't abandoned my old habit of shooting raw+jpeg though. LR has been my post processing tool since my Oly, Nikon -and briefly Canon- times. Versions 2; 3, and currently 5. But, after reading a lot on the web about the better software to post process .RAF files I've tried C1 and Iridient -trial versions- and compared the same files developed between these two and LR and, definitively both has better rendering a
  12. X-E2 XF 18, 27 and 35wr Also a bunch of old glass -most of them have been a gift- to get 'close-to-real' analogic pics: OM 28&50&135 | F[AiS] 24&80-200 | Tak 55&135 ~ Helios 58 ~ also in m42 35&50&100&135f2.8
  13. Once the release of FW 4 and the announcement of a new model -XE2s- is now confirmed, my guess is that despite sharing of sensor, processor and EVF panel with their siblings, the XE2 ad hoc circuitry which served to this devices is at the top of its capabilities (same happen to the XP1). Thus, the new FW 4 would bring only some features currently present on XT models (such as AF, GUI and button-functioning but e-shutter). I guess the XE2s is an update of XE line for two reasons: keep the hype on this line of cameras up to release the XE3 [which should be and XP2 with EVF only and not
  14. Assuming this X-E3 would be a small-sized and EVF-only X-Pro2 lil' sister, which means the inclusion of current standards + new techs on sensor, processor, memory, shutter, etc. I'd suggest on ergonomics: - ISO dial on top plate instead of exposure compensation dial (which can be done through rear dial). -This should be a must not only in X-E3 but X-Pro2 and X100T succesor- - a sort of built-in thumb rest to free the hotshoe (as previously commented) - EVF size at least identical to X-T1 (+.8 magnification is desirable). - Four D-pad fully customizable (AF point selection by default
  15. Well, I can see from pictures that new Adobe process is more effective with X-Trans files, and this files wins hands down to Bayer array when refers to high ISO. Thanks for sharing the info.
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