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  1. Hello all, new member here . Last Saturday i went to do some astrophotos with my xt20 and my new 56 1.2. I would like to know if someone else have try to do some AP with this lens becouse i run in some issues with the focus. My idea was to use the intervalometer to take multiple shoots to stack the photos in post (typical for AP) so i tried to use manual focus but the focus by wire is not so trustworthy in this situations...it jumped a lot between small stars (close to focus) and big ones (far from it). In the end set to manual, back button focus and that seemed to work for bright stars...the problem was that after the first pic, all the others from the set were out of focus! even if the focus was set to manual it seemed to move it a bit, which for stars and 1.2 is terrible!! does anyone run to the same issue?? or know what would be the best strategy to do AP with this lens?? I have also the roki 85 1.4 and comparing pics (the ones in focus) im really happy with the results of the 56...but focusing the 85 it way easier!! If anyone can help me would be helpful!!! sorry about my english! Cheers from Argentina!
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    hanging out at the motorcycle shop yesterday. beautiful triumph in for some custom work.
  3. Hi dudes. You might know me from the Fuji rumours comments section. Anyway, I thought this forum was a better place to put my query. I currently own: X-Pro 2 (will buy a XT-2 later this year for sure). 8mm Samyang Fisheye (because it's cheap and fun) 16-55 2.8 (event shoot and family outing lens) 23 1.4 (low light event shoot lens) 35 f/2 (my main daily lens) 90 f/2 (portrait and "good enough for me" macro lens) I have enough money for the XT-2, 50-140, 100-400, 10-24 and 56 1.2... however it's always good to save a $ here and there so.... Definately will buy: 50-140 (this is to replace my old 70-200 lens, an absolute must have for me, it'll be my main event shoot lens) 100-400 (I've wanted a lens like this for years, nothing can stop me buying this lol) Not too sure about: 10-24mm (for ultra wide landscapes and cityscapes when I don't want a fisheye effect). 56 1.2 (for shallow DOF upper body portraits, Edit: and possibly for a second low light event shoot lens to go with the 23 1.4) About the 10-24: I want something ultra wide that isn't a fish, is it redundant with the 16-55? Will a Samyang 12mm be good enough for occasional ultra wide shots? I do some landscapes, but I'm not a huge landscape guy (I will mainly shoot this stopped down FYI). Less distortion is great for cityscapes (I live in Hong Kong). About the 56 1.2: I am impressed with upper body portraits from this lens. I definately use the 90mm for tighter headshots in the studio and on location shoots. I can use LED lighting and get some really nice shallow DOF shots in the studio with the 90mm. However I'm not 100% convinced I NEED a 56mm. In studio situations I am thinking I can switch to this for the typical upper body shot. However is it made redundant by the 50-140? I also think perhaps this might make a nice compliment to the 23mm as a low light event combo, (I used to have a 35mm and 85mm combo for this when I shot Nikon, I do like this combo). Your thoughts on these things are appreciated. Also, anything I've missed?
  4. Hello, I am looking for advice, I am concerned about how best to get focus on the ceremony walking down the aisle shot. I am using XT1 with 56 lens, and an X100T. thanks Shane
  5. Hey friends, this comparison is very rushed and won't be of much use to many of you, but since both of these lenses are hard to find in stores for most people, here is a little comparison to help you avoid wasting $500 to $1000 on either of these. This is the Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2 compared to the Lensbaby Velvet 56mm f/1.6 with an honorable mention of the Fujinon XF 35mm f/1.4 Side by Side: They honestly are about the same size and weight, which is surprising since the fuji is faster and has autofocus.
  6. The 56 is not the first lens you pick up for street photography, but i sometime like to force myself into creating within limitations, as i often get unexpected results. Anyway, here's a morning session in Tel-aviv using only the 56: Enjoy YC https://goo.gl/photos/UR7dJM8i5YbH5jYRA
  7. I made a morning session with the 56 in Tel-Aviv to test how limiting it would be for street photography. While not as wide to capture complete scenes, it offered very interesting views on isolated areas. You can check the link here (in the street photography forum): http://www.fuji-x-forum.com/topic/1022-56-doing-tel-aviv/ YC
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