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  1. johant

    Utrecht in spring

    Some different views from our interesting city (all made with the X100T) and the classic tourism shot
  2. Hi fellow Fuji users. Have any of you been to Thailand? I'm going late October and trying to decide on what camera and lenses to take. I have an X-pro2 and X100T, my lens choice is 18mm f2 23mm f2 27mm pancake f2.8 35mm f2 35mm f1.4 56mm f1.2 18-55 zoom WLC for X100 I also love using old nice glass takumar 55 f1.7 Ziess 135mm f3.5 Nikkor 105mm f2.5 Having never been to Thailand before I dont know the light and a bit concerned about too much light for wide apature's. Part of me says take the X100T with a polarising filter and be done with it. Less to worry about, get stolen/lost. The wildlife looks great though so a longer reach would be good Please help. Many thanks Jim
  3. I am at a juncture that I believe many of you are, or have been, at. Every now and again I find myself 'lost in tech' and need to ground my self again to improve my photography and focus on the things that really matter, not f stops, focal lengths, micro-contrast but photography; painting with light. I currently have a handful of fuji lenses, need to sell some and probably need to buy some to achieve something I believe will be better...maybe not. As we all know, but don't always admit to, the most important piece of gear we own is the 12 inches behind the camera. My best photos ever taken were on equipment seriously lacking in 'currentless' So, to get to the crunch.... I want a selection of gear to capture my life events, in decent quality, to help others capture theirs through small photo shoots and to record beautiful places I have experienced. Could be the bar, the theatre, the wonders of the world or my garden.. it's all available. I'll ignore my collection of film camera's for the minute and focus on Fuji X-series, why were here... I have read reviews on all the lenses currently available and have decided on setting out my stage as buying the best I can afford without spending a fortune, I work in a normal job!! I started out with an X100 and used it alongside my Canon 20D, and then 5DII full frame with some nice glass. I have now sold all Canon gear (apart from 430EXII speedlight) and ended up with X-Pro2 and X100T. The X-pro2 is an amazing camera, my excuses diminish shooting with it. I can split the rest of this blurb into 2 sections - my advice and my outstanding queries Anything I say is purely user based. I dont really pixel peep, check for distortion levels and far corner sharpness when I dont look there..I want to see a nice looking capture of a nice thing, end. Some focal lengths are definitely more suitable to the success of what you set out to achieve, nothing more, nothing less. I personally, and it's personal, like to capture, street, scenic, people images with a smattering of wildlife thrown in, so have based my lens selections on it...apart from a couple of them that came my way. The widest I own is the 18mm, a fairly dis-respected lens, I love it, small discreet and nearly all my scenic stuff shot thought it. At f8 with a ND10 filter I have captured some beautiful images, well at least I like them.. I have the 27mm pancake bought as part of the X-pro1 promotion but have only used it for a handful of shots. I think its the lack of aperture ring on this FL that puts me off, a big reason for coming to Fuji was the lovely manual ring....more later on a lens I have bought today that hasn't!! It has a great deal of sharpness but the f2.8 on this FL doesn't give a lot of scope of creating a nice background blur. It is however a great lens for setting at f5.6 or f8, zone focussing and just clicking away. Its quite liberating not thinking about the camera The X100T following on from my X100 confirmed to me the usefulness of the more that useful FOV but I still went ahead and bought the 23mm f2 even though I already had it!! I convinced myself that I could leave my X100 at home and still have the FL when it suited me?? Kinda works as it does give me a smaller 'foot print' The 23 f2 on the X-pro2 is sharper and better contrast than the X100T at f2 but comes with baggage, the X100T is where it's at. Difficult to explain but feels so good. I have an olympus 35SP and a Rollie 35S that yields similar feelings. On the 35mm front I own the f1.4 and the f2, the 1.4 came first on a instinctual ebay purchase one boozy night, I do like it but wanted the f2 so WEX helped me out. The form factor of the f2 is nice on the x-pro and the images are sharp and colourful, strangely almost too much. The 1.4 seems more 'natural', there is a very high chance I will sell the f2 as the subject matter I shoot doesn't demand the faster focus etc I bought the 18-55 second hand, still have it but cant get excited. It allows flexibility and saves me moving my feet, but pics are only recording whats there, difficult to add artistic impression. I might use it for Thailand to record my holiday but will need some nice primes to capture it beautifully. Now onto the the longer focal lengths...this is where it gets difficult for me. I bought the 56mm f1.2 as I needed a fast, short tele for a wedding, what a lens!!! I love it. The rendition whether optically perfect or not, is amazing. Once you get used to the razor thin DOF and the huge aperture/shutter speed selection the images it gathers are outstanding, it's 1.2 so I want to use it at 1.2. It is bulky but coming from a DSLR/Medium format film background it's insignificant. I'll ask a question later on the 50mm f2 I bought the XC 50-230mm today after much research and the reluctance to spend such a lot of money on the 55-200mm for something I only occasionally use. I'm going to Thailand later this year and doing a bit of nature park stuff. Hopefully it will help me yield decent images of creepy crawly, furry, jumpy things. The most fun I have just now with longer FL's is the veritable Nikkor 105 f2.5 and the Zeiss 135mm f3.5. Both the lenses on the X-pro2 are amazing, they take some practice but with the focus peaking and EVF the results can be superb. If fact my favourite butterfly photo was through the Nikkor, the smooth rendition and colour reproduction is to be lusted over. Hopefully the 50-230 wont make me sell them.. Onto my request for help This week I went camping to a beautiful location, The Island of Mull on the west coast of Scotland. I was changing lenses way too often, lovely scenery with the 18 or 23 then the Zeiss 135 for the Golden Eagles. In the towns the pace was pretty slow so I managed to get some lovely shots of Tobermory harbour with the 23mm. I do wish I had the 50mm f2 at times though for detail capture around the town. I want to go prepared for Thailand with the right kit, I felt stressed on Mull getting the right gear together which did impact on my holiday, in Thailand i would like stress free so what do I take? The 18-55/50-230 plus a fast short sounds the best combo, what do you think? I have asked this forum on this before but without my experiences, please excuse me. If you want me to share some pictures captured with the above lenses let me know Please let me know your thoughts Cheers
  4. Albé is a small village in the Bas-Rhin department in the Alsace, France Albé, Alsace, France by Johan Thole, on Flickr Albé, Alsace, France by Johan Thole, on Flickr War memorial, Albé by Johan Thole, on Flickr Église Saint-Wendelin, Albé by Johan Thole, on Flickr Freedom Tree, Albé, 1795 by Johan Thole, on Flickr
  5. Some black and whites with the X100T; Grote Kerk (Grand Church) in Edam
  6. Recently purchased an X100T. When ever I hit the playback button, the captured images are not displaying, immaterial of the image is saved in internal memory or SD card. Any solutions?
  7. I bought an X100T about 11 months ago and love the camera. I brought it with me on vacation this week and was showing it to my uncle and noticed the half-press of the shutter button was no longer working. No focus confirmation beep or green box. I've switched the the AF mode between AF-S, AF-C, and AF-M a few times. When on AF-M, the back focus continued to work so I don't think the issue is with the AF itself. I switched back to AF-S and it seems to focus prior to taking the photo with full shutter press, but not with the half press. I looked through the menus, but didn't see anything that would cause this. I did a complete reset of the camera and even updated the firmware. It now seems to work sporadically. Is this a malfunction of the shutter button? Has anyone else had this experience? I thought I'd check here prior to sending the camera in for repair.
  8. Hello fellow X100* users. I purchased an X100T in September 2016, and while out on a walk a few weeks ago, the front ring around the lens that has the words "fujinon aspherical lens Super EBC 23mm..." disappeared. I honestly can't find it even after I retraced my steps. Well, Fuji won't cover it under warranty because I don't have the part, but that's for another rant at another time. I need to know what this part is called / part number so I can find one and order it. It's the part in this picture, and it's apparently something that can come off the lens. Also, if anybody has one of these that you're willing to sell, please let me know. It looks really ugly without it. I've got a UV filter on it to keep the dust out, but I'd really like it to look normal again.
  9. I have just bought my 4th Fuji X camera the X100F 1 week ago, on testing it for picture sharpness I have discovered that the left quarter of the frame when the single AF point is in the centre, is out of focus, if I move the focus point over to that side the centre of the frame is out of focus, also the lens barrel seems to hunt in and out more than my previous X100T. Lastly when setting aperture to f2.0 in bright sunshine the shutter speed will not go over 1000sec and pic is bleached out, at f2.8 shutter goes up to 2/3000 and is exposed ok. So it is going back. Very disappointing Also the Q button is right where my thumb goes, so often pressed in error. Any similar faults out there S.W.
  10. Some pictures from a brief visit to Copenhagen. Regular work in the daytime, but I had the evening to make pictures. All with the X100T. Here are the remaining pictures: http://www.ipernity.com/doc/jthole/album/970402
  11. Newbie query: Can I use the USB lead (for connecting to computer) to charge up X100T's battery from a portable power pack, say, if I'm out and about and need to top up the battery while having lunch ... I have a power pack with a '5V' output and 2 USB points with either '1A' or '2.4A' MAX (output?). I anticipate recharging to be slower than via a charger but don't mind that so long as it doesn't blow the mind of the X100T. (FYI: the power pack happily charges up an iPad Air.)
  12. Hi everyone! Long-time Fuji X shooter here who's new to the forums. I'm a fashion photographer based in NYC, and I figured I'd start a thread for any fashion shooters on these boards. I plan on posting a mix of personal work commissioned work, with a bit of a description of the shoots. I'll avoid going too far into my back catalogue and start with images from the past two weeks or so. Hoping to see the works of others on here as well! First set: I styled and shot these with my good friend (and muse through the years) Melina. We only had an 40 minutes or so to shoot, so I wish we had time for a few other looks, but there's always next timte. X-Pro2, 56mm, 35mm f/1.4, 16mm f/1.4. Natural light, no modifiers. The rest of the series is NSFW, and I'm not sure of this forums policies on nudity, so I'll refrain from posting.
  13. The X100T has been around for quite some time now. Despite being a decent camera, it is starting to its age. The 16mp sensor is one good generation behind the current 24mp chip, the EVF is not exactly class leading... Nonetheless after seeing what the X-Pro 2 can do, one must wonder how much an update to the X100 range can achieve. Having waited for so long, I think it's high time for Fujifilm to release the successor to the throne of the most beloved compact camera in order to satisfy our gear lust. I would like to take advantage of this forum to have a petition for the long-awaited X100T successor to be released ASAP e.g. by Photokina; and I seriously think Fuji should listen not only to the x shooters but also their general customers.
  14. Hi all, I enjoy shooting at the wide-to-standard focal length boundary, and am torn between the x70 and the x100T. I mainly enjoy shooting small family gatherings, people, about town, and when travelling. From all that I've read, I know that I can't really go seriously wrong with either camera - however I have a couple of concerns that I've not seen addressed. Between the x70 and the x100T, the main concerns are: 1. Focal length: I love everything about the x70 except the 28mm equivalent focal length. I prefer the 35mm FOV. I know that the x70 has a software 35/50 mm mode that will display the 35mm FOV, and I think that for me the 16 MP is large enough to sustain the effective loss is resolution from the digital crop. But if I do shoot at 28mm, I'm worried about distortion since I'll be shooting closer to my subject. Put simply, will photos of people appear distorted and unflattering with the x70 as opposed to the x100T? (This is probably as much a question about photography as about these 2 cameras - unfortunately I'm not in a position to test this for myself, which is why I'm asking) 2. Price: the x100T is available for $200 less, so the difference in price is $400 between the 2 cameras. I think the x100T is a great camera for my purposes already, and I don't think I'd really need the rumoured x100F. However, would the price of the x100T drop significantly more than the current $200 discount to when the x100F is released? I can wait since I have another camera with me. Obviously nobody knows the answer to the future pricing, discounts etc., but was hoping someone who considered the camera during the x100S to x100T transition might be able to help. Between the x70 and the x100T, the differences in size, f/2 vs. f/2.8, absence of viewfinder in the x70 don't greatly bother me. Would love to hear back about what you guys think I should do. Thanks a lot, Rahul.
  15. I bought a Fuji x100t couple months ago and I haven't played much with the continuous autofocus until now. I'm not sure if I have a problem on my camera or if you guys are experiencing the same results with yours, but the C-AF doesn't seem to work very well. Actually it is totally unusable on my x100t. I took a video to better describe the problem (link below). The C-AF seems to always hunt even in the best light conditions and it's horrible between f6.3 and f16. With a wider aperture it seems to work. Even though I'm not very impressed by Fujifilm AF speed and accuracy, I understand it's not on par with a big DSLR or the micro43 system. Do you guys think I should bring the camera back to the store? https://youtu.be/lJg3M2id0gA
  16. Hi all, Have a problem with my X100T, the camera is 16 months old. The ability to pre-focus by depressing the shutter half way and get a green square in the viewfinder / lcd has vanished, no matter what focus setting I change. User error or time to go off for repair??
  17. Anyone experience this before? I set a minimum shutter speed to 1/125 yet when I am out shooting and get in a shady spot I notice the camera chooses a shutter speed below my set minimum. When I shoot out and about I am usually at ISO 800-1600 at F8 and Auto shutter. I try to keep the camera shooting at faster shutter speeds by keeping my ISO high. Thanks.
  18. For those who just want to view the images and not the process then check this link.
  19. Hello. I am new here and was pretty new with my camera. Unfortunately on recent trip to france it was little drowned in river. It start to work after 2 days, but i have some problems: - Focus doesn't work, after pressing shutter button in halfway it should start to interpret picture, but this is doesn't happens. No focus at all - Battery die when camera turned off. After turning off camera it still sinking battery and if i left it for one night battery gonna die. So question, which i have: - Is it any way to turn focus in settings? May be it some programm error? (Tryed reset already) - Is there any way to repair camera or should i start to think about buying new one? May be someone have been in same situation? Thanks
  20. Went to Cleveland for a day and had the opportunity to shoot for about 4-5 hours. Been a while since I've used the X100T so felt good to shoot with it again.
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