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  1. drsnake

    storm

    From the album: Color

  2. From the album: Ireland

    © Daniel Stocker

  3. From the album: The Fountain

    © 2016 Brian Surguine

  4. From the album: The Fountain

    © 2016 Brian Surguine

  5. From the album: The Fountain

    © 2016 Brian Surguine

  6. From the album: The Fountain

    © 2016 Brian Surguine

  7. From the album: Fuji X-Pro2

    The Five Finger Strand in Inishowen Peninsula, Donegal, Ireland

    © Danny Nee

  8. dannynee

    Low Tide

    From the album: Fuji X-Pro2

    Beached fishing boat at Cruit (pronounced Critch) Island, Donegal, Ireland

    © Danny Nee

  9. dannynee

    IMG 00209a

    From the album: Fuji X-Pro2

    St. Mary's Chapel, Lagg, Malin Head, Donegal, Ireland

    © Danny Nee

  10. I have successfully used my Metz flashes for Canon on my X-T1 in manual mode. After purchasing an X-Pro2 this action seems to cause a malfunction in the camera. A few seconds after the flash is turned on, I get "Camera has reached its maximum tempereature" warning. I'm able to use my Hähnel remote set for firing the flash. I have downloaded the latest software (3.11) for the camera. Anyone that have experienced the same as me?
  11. Hi All, I think some of you will be interested in my X-Pro Tour. It's from my perspective as a full time pro using the X-Pro system on location. I have photos with the stories and technical details behind them as well as my thoughts and perspectives from daily use of the X-Pro2. It's all on my blog at XProTour.com but here is a breakdown of individual posts so you can choose those that might interest you: X-Pro Tour Part 1 London, France X-Pro Tour Part 2 Villages of France X-Pro Tour Part 3 Best Days in France X-Pro 2: A Love-Hate Relationship Comments and feedback welcome! Enjoy, Joel
  12. When I want to focus in manual mode I tend to use the optical viewfinder switching on the EFR (...the so called by Fuji "Electronic Range Finder"), that's that part/zone of the screen placed in the bottom right corner of the viewfinder... Optical Viewfinder (Fuji site) ...there's a n "issue", at least for my eye(s)... if the eye pointed to the viewfinder is not perpendicular to the viewfinder then the EFR is somewhat "translucent" and appears more little than the digital image shown on it... so it's really difficult, especially in some conditions, to see the digital image 'cos it's clearly visible the background optical image framed. I don't know if it's an issue of the camera and if someone else experienced this... I owned an X100S that had/has the same feature but I don't remind this difficult to see the little digital image of the EFR (...I owned a X-T1 too but I think to remind that this one have the smaller portion of the digital AF image out of the frame). P.S.: Hoping I was able to explain what I mean 'cos english isn't my first language.
  13. I tried the X-Pro2 w/ a Nikkor P.C 8.5 cm F/2... Nikkor P.C 8.5cm F/2 (Nikon resources) Nikkor P.C 8.5cm F/2 (Nikkor Story - The Thousand and One Nights) ...which is all metal and manual focus... tried shooting using focus peaking (...high red color)... the adapter used is a Novoflex (...the other one, theFuji M-mount adapter is mounted w/ a 28mm Leica)... easy to focus and the photos (...three JPGs) are not so much soft... for portraits maybe could be useful even if what'smissing is a little of contrast but I guess that shooting RAW could improve that. Attached are the images of the setup (...the quality are not good 'cos shooted w/ a P&S camera!).
  14. Marmolada at sunset by Bruno, on Flickr Marmolada at sunset by Bruno, on Flickr Fedaia Lake by Bruno, on Flickr Tiersenhütte by Bruno, on Flickr Morning mist by Bruno, on Flickr
  15. The night before it snowed down to 1700 meters ... in July ... holy moly Churfirsten by Bruno, on Flickr Churfirsten by Bruno, on Flickr
  16. Hello Fuji fans and also, X-Pro series lovers, I am really interested in the future X-Pro3, as I had the X-Pro1 and now I happily use the X-Pro2. We all have specific reasons to love the X-Pro series and I think the X-Pro3 would be an interesting topic to discuss, too. Looking at the launching dates of X-Pro1 and X-Pro2, compared to the dates when X-T1 and X-T2 were launched, I hoped I could see a pattern in Fujifilm's calendar; where X-Pro series presents us technical improvements that will follow on the X-T series. But with the rumoured X-T3 launching date for September 2018 and no consistent info on the upcoming X-Pro3, this pattern isn't valid any longer. We'll have, this time, the X-T3 before the X-Pro3, that we almost know nothing about. It seems the market trends and the competition can dictate changes in the calendar pattern I was talking about. I invite you to share your impressions on the X-Pro3; what would you like to see on this future model, when do you think it will be announced? So far, I could only speculate that X-Pro3 will get the improvements that are rumoured to be implemented within X-T3: 1. New X PRO Processor. A new, faster, one, or we could speculate the presence of 2 X Pro Processors, to cope with the new performance requirements; 2. New software, with improved AF and better noise reduction - what we see inside the X-H1; 3. New X-Trans sensor, as rumoured, with a resolution over 24 MP, but less than 30 MP. A 28 MP resolution could make sense, in order to get resolution improvements, but still not sacrificing low-light performance and not putting too much strain on the processor(s); 4. Some new aspects, like ETERNA, (plus the improved AF and noise reduction I was mentioning above) and maybe video improvements (that I don't find particularly necessary, especially when we have X-H1 for that and even the improved X-T2); 5. A better build body with more scratch resistant cover, better weather sealing and with a more resistant magnesium alloy chassis, as the X-H1 is over the X-T2; with 25% improved resistance. What I also would like to see is: A. A better battery, or battery life - as this is also a very important aspect and with increased performance, may also come an increased energy consumption. B. A larger viewfinder - at least at the eye exit level, with a better refresh rate for the electronic viewfinder. C. Some button reconfiguration - if necessary, or an extra Fn button, for better accessibility. I don't have a long list of requests, as I am happy with my X-Pro2, but I think I have covered important aspects that we could (and we would like to) see in the upcoming X-Pro3. I invite you to share with us your ideas and comments. May the Light be with you! Best regards, Sebastian
  17. I’ve purchased 7artisans 50mm F1.8 lens three weeks ago directly from eBay 7artisans store. Here's my short review on this lens: Lens Review – 7artisans 50mm F1.8 (FX Mount)
  18. Hi, before I send my X-Pro2 to Fujifilm, I'd like to ask you if anyone experienced a similar issue. Maybe it's just something wrong with my setting, but I couldn't find anything. When I press half way the shutter-release button it take the shot right away, don't even need to be full pressed. I can't recompose. However, when I use the USB cable remote release, it works properly as it should. Shutter (remote release) half-pressed locks AF, full-pressed takes the shot. Thank you for your answers.
  19. Hey All, ON1 just released a major update to Photo Raw 2017 which includes lots of useful features for Fuji X users. Here is my review with a special emphasis on Fuji including the new lens corrections and improved X-Trans processing and other good stuff for us Fujifilm users. Let me know if you read it and what you think. I'm talking with them soon to provide feedback and they have a track record of listening so lemme know! Joel
  20. Hello, I just got a FEELWORLD 7" IPS 4K HDMI Full HD 1920x1200 On-Camera Monitor FW760 to use with my Fuji X-Pro2 After trying to make it work and also try to find some info online for more than 2 hours, I’m now starting to become really frustrated by this thing so I do believe it is wiser and the right time to ask online. The external monitor is connected to my camera by a HDMI cable (Normal from the screen to micro on the Fuji X-Pro2 port). When I use the play back function to see my images recorded on the SD card, they are showing on the big external monitor and all controls from the camera seems to work well (zoom in and out, moving to next image,…) but the trouble is when I want to use the external monitor on Live View… Then, blue screen with the HDMI mention on the top right and a permanent “No Signal” message centred on the screen. I’m not interested in making videos but as I was trying to make this screen working, I tried a video and same thing… Showing up on the external screen when playing back but not while recording on live view. As it works very well (awesome colours and very sharp view) on play back mode, I guess the cable connection is good and I must miss some setting(s) to be changed on the camera itself. I checked everything on the camera menus but can’t find what’s wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated Thank you
  21. Hello, I just bought two Cactus V6 II transceivers to use with my X-Pro2 and various flashes that I have bought over the years: Nikon SB-800, Sigma EF-530 DG (for Nikon) and Fujifilm EF-42. I also bought a Cactus RF 60 flash unit. With one V6 II mounted on the X-Pro2 and the RF 60 (which does not need a transceiver, since the it is built in) everything works fine. It syncs at 1/250 sec and I can control the power all the way from 1/128 to 1 from the V6 II mounted on the camera. But with the other flashes it does not work. The flash power with the Nikon, Sigma and Fuji flashes stays the same no matter what I set on the V6 II. I have the latest firmware (version 2) on the X-Pro2 and also the latest on the V6 II (1.1.006). The V6 II is supposed to detect the make of the camera it is mounted on. That does work in my case. The V6 II that the flash is mounted on detects the brand of the flash but not the exaxt model. I am not sure if it is supposed to, though. I have read that the order in which you turn on the devices matters. So I turn on the flash first and then the V6 II. I have not tried HSS yet. I want to be able to control the power output of the flashes first before proceeding to the next level. :-) I hope someone has tried something similar to my set-up and maybe has found a solution. Cheers, Geir
  22. Hi All, I'm pretty new to this forum (my second post.) I just updated my review Fuji X-Pro2, A Love-Hate Relationship. Some of my previous beefs with Lightroom have been fixed, hence my update to workflow and other sections. I also just posted Capturing Nature and The XPro2. My ongoing articles are from my perspective as a full time pro using the Fuji X professional system on a daily basis. They include some nice photos with the stories and technical details behind them. I would love to get feedback from y'all. Let me know if you find the Fuji articles in my blog useful, enjoyable, whatever... suggestions are welcome. Thanks! Joel
  23. I don't get to use the XF10-24mmF4 a whole lot for work but it's really cool when I get to use it to shoot a bit wider and show off the location rather than the clothes for a few shots
  24. Happy Holidays, I'm Kevin and I'm a newbie to mirrorless cameras. Just picked up an X-Pro2 and the 35mmf/1.4 and trying to get aquatinted with it. I shot Nikon for years... I picked up this camera for an upcoming trip, it seems perfect for travel. Anyhow, I'll probably have a lot of questions, so thanks in advance for any advice that comes my way. Cheers-Kevin
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