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  1. Please Fuji, would you add the option to set aspect ratio to 5 x 4? It's my favourite format especially for vertical landscape shots. Of course I can crop it in post but it would be nice to be able to compose precisely in 5 x 4 at the time of releasing the shutter.
  2. From the album: My favourite shots

    Connemara, Ireland (2015)

    © Daniel Kluge

  3. From the album: Vietnam (2014-2015)

    Although the general light conditions were pretty crappy during our boat trip through Lan Ha Bay (too much sunshine, wrong time of the day), the rays of light that bathed this lonely swimming fisher's hut and gave the corresponding net an impressive glow were pretty beautiful.

    © Daniel Kluge

  4. From the album: samyang 12mm F/2 - swallero

    Sun reflecting on the glassy surface of the Print Media Academy building in Heidelberg, Germany

    © Stefano Gabriele Vallero

  5. From the album: Andrew Newson Photography Courses

    Uploading this as a colour test. My uploads so far seem a little off on colour and I'm wondering if something is happening when the forum is re-sizing the images, like stripping out the colour profile!? This is uploaded as 1600 pixels and the others were uploaded at 2000. By the looks of the thumbnail on teh upload it may well be the same...

    © © Andrew Newson

  6. My X-T1 has just gone back to Fuji a second time for the same problem. When I turn on the camera, the rear lcd display begins flashing (alternating between black and whatever the camera is pointed at every second.) Check out this YouTube link: https://youtu.be/ZEe0O8eWQCk. All camera functions (other than on/off) are frozen when this happens. When I sent it (along with my lenses) to Fuji in December, they were able to replicate the problem only once, and never again. They finally shipped it back to me 6 weeks later, having basically only upgraded the firmware. Camera was fine for about 50-60 shots, then the problem returned. The problem appears NOT to be lens related, since the problem occurs with both my Fuji lenses, as well as a random Fuji lens supplied by the retail salesperson. Someone suggested it could be the Auto Focus motor; I've also heard about a problem with the ribbon that connects the lens to the body, but I know nothing about that. Anyone else experienced this problem and found a fix? Thanks
  7. Skansen open air museum, Stockholm (X-T1 & 18-135mm)
  8. I bought a used Fujifilm X-T1 from B&H with a 9+ condition. Knowing that it's a reputable company I am confident that the item was thoroughly checked when they got it from the previous owner. To cut the chase. While I was tinkering with the settings of the cam and how it functions, I was excited to try the wireless transfer feature. Thus, pressing the wifi button to try transfer or control the camera through wifi. But every time I pressed it the camera will just load the screen with the wireless thingie and when the green wireless signal icon flashed it suddenly freezes. Turning the camera off doesn't seem to work and I have to remove the battery to exit from it. Any advice on how to fix this? I'm on the latest firmware, by the way. I assume and hope that it's firmware problem and can get it fixed on the next update.
  9. Hello Everyone, I am having a bit of a dilemma that I was hoping the good people here could help me out with. I currently have an X-T1 along with the following lenses: 18–135, 55-200 and 35mm f2. I just had my first kid three months ago and am thoroughly enjoying capturing him. I am however having a hard time getting good (focused) shots as he is starting to move a lot. I'm mostly shooting in the zoned AF mode with either single or continuous focus with the drive mode set to both single and high speed burst. ISO is set to auto. With the 18–135 there are hardly any keepers as it is a pretty slow lens. I get more keepers with the 35 but feel very limited with the focal length. So here is what I have been debating: Get the 23mm f2 - I loved the focal length when I had borrowed the X-100t Get the 16-55 - Nice range thats good for street and landscape and covers the 23mm focal length at a decent speed Get 90mm f2 - Good fast portrait lens Get a used X-100t - I get the focal length I want and an additional camera that I can take with me without having to worry about lenses now that I need to travel light (baby stuff) Get the X-T2 - Faster focusing, better low-light, new processor I am only a hobbyist who is looking to the experts out there to help me figure this out. Please be kind and helpful. Thanks in advance.
  10. Hi; This has to be me, but I have the X-T1 connected to a MacBook Pro running Lightroom CC 2015 with all updates. I plug the camera in and seek to import - Camera shows up in Lightroom as "USB PTP Camera" but "No Photos Found". SD card imports directly OK. Is it me? Thanks Bob
  11. When and how are costume settings invoked on the X-T1? I'll primarily shoot in Manuel mode, but also use apeture priority or shutter priority, setting ISO usually at 200. Doing so, I have no idea what is being used for dynamic range, film simulation, white balance, color setting, sharpness, highlight tones, shadow tones, etc. How do I know when a custom setting is being used and when my choice of dial settings are taking precedence over everything else? Confused... Dave
  12. Mien Ruys Gardens An overview of garden architecture from 1924 to the present day. 30 inspirational gardens with experiments in design, plants and materials. The Gardens are a lifetime’s work of Mien Ruys, one of the most important garden architects in the 20th Century. http://www.tuinenmienruys.nl/en/ Fujifilm X-T1 - Samyang 12mm f/2 - PRO Neg Std film simulation (color +1)
  13. I will be in Boston at the end of the month for a visit and get a chance to go to see the Red Sox play. I'd like to get some pics as our seats aren't too bad, (sect B147) and am debating on renting the XF100-400 or if I should bring my Nikon D500 and rent a lens for that rig. Does anyone have any experience shooting an MLB game at night under the lights with the Fuji system? I'm using the X-T1. Cheers!
  14. Hi ! Here's a few pics of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup from last week-end at the Mont Sainte-Anne ski resort in Québec, Canada. It was the 26th edition of the Velirium, a great event that brings all of the best riders from around the world to compete on very technical and steep 2.9km course. The winner did it in under 4 minutes, so at a average speed of 43.5 km/hr but in some section of the course they reach top of 80 km/hr....they are fast ! My X-T1 and XF 50-140 combo did quite good, even with the riders coming out of shaded area into the bright sun, lost frames from AF errors was under 10 %, just about the same as the number of frame lost because of framing errors when trying to follow the riders with the EVF. I know I'm going to love my X-T2 Shot with a X-T1 and the XF50-140 f/2.8, AF-C, Drive on CH (8fps), Zone Focus (3x3 grid), Raw, PP in LR 6.6.1 and the Nik Collection. The Flickr Album (77 pics): https://flic.kr/s/aHskFQHoSG Thanks for looking ! Velirium 2016, DH #22 Velirium 2016, DH #57 Velirium 2016, DH #65 Velirium 2016, DH #59 Velirium 2016, DH #14 Velirium 2016, DH #10 And here's two from de BMX freestyle demo team having fun at the bottom of the slopes.... Velirium 2016, BMX Demo #7 Velirium 2016, BMX Demo #10
  15. I have just finished reading the X-T2 brochure PDF and also the specifications on the Fuji site. I was v pleased with specs and will be having an X-T2 at earliest opportunity as I am assuming that the IQ is really better than that shown in the PDF brochure. One small thing that I will miss is the Artificial Horizon (Electronic Level) which is not listed in the specs. This is a feature that I was surprised to find really useful on the X-T1. It would be good if this was an error of omission in type and not engineering. I am looking forward to the reviews as I live in a land with NO Camera stores which means I cannot check out stuff before parting with cash. (I can't benefit from Fuji's great discounts, either.)
  16. I have the X-T1 along with multiple Fuji lenses. I am recently experiencing dust spots on my photos when I import them into Lightroom. My question is, since the X-T1 is a "mirrorless" camera, there is no mirror to clean - correct? Is it possible I have dust on my sensor? Or is it more likely the dust or marks are on my lenses? How do you keep your Fuji camera and lenses clean? What do you recommend for me to keep my camera and lenses in their best working order? Thanks!
  17. Hi A few pics from a pro-cycling competition in Quebec City, it was a criterium, a 70 km race on a 2 km urban track for a total of 35 laps, these type of races are great since you get lots of opportunities for some good shots. It was the fifth stage of the Tour de Beauce, here is what Wikipedia says about the event: "Tour de Beauce is a men's elite professional road bicycle race multi-day event held each June in the Beauce region of Québec, Canada since 1986. Tour de Beauce is a Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI)-rated 2.2 continental circuit stage race on the UCI America Tour." Shot with a X-T1 + XF50-140 + XF1.4TC, most of the time @196mm f4 AFC with Zone tracking (3x3 grid, central points), drive on CH (8 fps) Raw, PP in LR 6.6 and the Nik Collection.... The Flickr Album (33 pics): https://flic.kr/s/aHskywHsoS [
  18. I'm a new X-T1 owner, having migrated from a Canon system. I've had my new kit for less than a week. Was shooting on the weekend and review/playback screen was working perfectly. Today I took a few more test shots, and I can't get the camera to display my images. When I press the review button, I can see a very faint outline of the image (almost invisible) but that's it. Yes, I've been experimenting with screen settings and such today, but I can't figure out if I did something to cause this, or.... Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks
  19. The Stray Cats of Porto: (A recurrent theme of mine - placed into the street board as stray animals are neither pets nor wildlife and say something about people) Stray Tiger by Adam Bonn, on Flickr The Lonesome Stray by Adam Bonn, on Flickr A Proud Stray by Adam Bonn, on Flickr Beautiful Stray by Adam Bonn, on Flickr A Calm Moment on a Stray Day by Adam Bonn, on Flickr Stray and Nervous by Adam Bonn, on Flickr Playful Stray by Adam Bonn, on Flickr Friendly, Beautiful Stray by Adam Bonn, on Flickr
  20. Hi, I've just bought the Fuji XF 100-400mm lens to go on my Fuji X-T1. Yesterday I tried it out for the first time, and straight away I have a problem, the image that I see in the EVF is great but when I take a photo and view it, the photo is very dark even though I'm shooting in daylight. I have already updated the firmware for the lens and my X-T1 has the latest firmware as well. The exposure dial is set to '0' so it's not that. Has anyone got a suggestion as to what could be causing this? I have the ISO set to 'A', shutter set to 1000. The lens is set to auto aperture, I've also tried manual aperture but got the same result. I'm fairly new to Fuji so it's probably some simple fix that I'm missing. Kind regards Mark
  21. Hello out there, my name is René van der Voorden, and I´m a professional concert photographer. I love shooting concert since about 35 years. Last year I sold my 20.000 € Nikon equipment with Nikon D3s and a lot of expensive glasses. It was not an easy step, but at least I´ve done it. From last year on the Fujifilm X-T1 is my new tool for this work. The High-ISO performance on the D3S is still a little bit better, but there are more advantages for me with the X-T1. The most important advantages for me: 1. Mirrorless. I see the result before I shoot. I can see everything through the amazing Viewfinder. Not necessary to take your eye from the Viewfinder to playback taken photos. 2. Noiseless. Some concerts are very quit (Classic, Musical, Jazz). I hate my Nikon D3S gun in this belongings and love my new quit tool. Sometimes it was not possible to shoot with Nikon because of the shutter-mirror-noise. 3. High ISO performance. Is good, but could be 2-3 stops better. On most concerts the light situation is very very bad. That could be improved. Because of my style of developing my photos with hard contrasts and pushing the shadows (and sometimes blacks), high ISO performance is even more important. 4. Tilting LCD is very handy for shoots from the FOH with audience in front. With my Nikon I was not able to compose a over-me-head shoot. A shame, that the X-Pro2 doesn´t have this handy feature, 5. Understatement. You´ll not be noticed as a professional photographer. I like that. 6. Size. No more words necessary. 7. Weight. My Nikon stuff was much to heavy to carry over long distances. 8. Feel. The X-T1 feels perfect. I love to have those manual dials to have quick access on the most important settings. 9. Viewfinder. The High-Res and magnification and the very small lag time is perfect for my work. 10. AF is quick enough. The accuracy is better than on my Nikon D3S. 11. Less rejects because of above mentioned. I can now concentrate on finding the perfect situation for my shoots. My work; Portfolio: http://www.van-der-voorden.com/portfolio/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/van.der.Voorden.Photography @Fujifilm: I would be very interested in testing (and giving feedback) the upcoming X-T2 for concert photography purposes. Please do not hesitate to contact me :-) Many greetings René van der Voorden
  22. I've got to say that whilst I like the new sensor in the X-Pro2, that's about all I really like about it. Now, I may change my mind but I think I'd prefer an X-T2. What features do you think the X-T2 should have, apart from the new 24mp sensor? My personal favourites would be for IBIS (yes, I know I keep banging on about this!), twin SD card slots and a lockable dioptre change knob (I keep catching this when putting my X-T1 in and out of me bag). I wouldn't mind if it came with the battery grip made into an integral part of the design (similar to Canon and Nikon Pro cameras). I'd be happy to road test it on some of my future jobs if Fuji are listening! So what features do you people think should be on an X-T2?
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