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  1. I noticed my X-T1 RAF file dimensions is shown as 1920x1280 (32.2 MB) under "Properties|Details" in Windows. However, the 100% jpeg output from Capture one shows 4896x3264 (20.0 MB), and in Lightroom the same 100% jpeg export is shown as 4406x2937 (5.62 MB). Setting in the camera is "L 3:2", which is as RAW as you can get. Shouldn't the RAF file be 4896x3264 as indicated in page 126 in the X-T1 manual under image size? Or did I mess up some settings?
  2. I've been using my X-T1 solidly for two years now with the same set-up - usually my 18-55mm 2.8 or my 35mm 1.4. Recently I've been finding that it's not as sharp as it once was. This is the same whether I shoot handheld or on a tripod (with OIS turned off). For instance, I used the FujiFilm app to take some headshots of myself the other day and when looking at two images taken within a couple of seconds of each other, one was in focus, one was slightly out. The sensor is clean and it's not been a problem until recently. Has anyone had this before? Any advice?
  3. hi guy, I'm using X-h1, X-t1 with few lenses. I wonder should I buy an X100T or an extra 23mm f/2.0 lens. I'm gonna do street photography and sometime travel? Thank you guys.
  4. So I don't usually shoot video with my beloved X-T1. But, in the past few days, I figured I'll try to shoot a few videos of the kids. I know I couldn't use auto focus, so while using the manual focus, I found it very difficult to insure focus using either the EVF or the LCD screen. The focus peaking feature doesn't seem to work while shooting a video. Any advice/tricks? Thanks, Omar
  5. I'm Ed in Lenexa, KS. Amateur at its worst, but have been shooting since before digital. Started with a Minolta Maxxum and went digital in 2006. Just recently picked up a X-T1 to consider in place of my Nikon D3300. Also keep a couple of film cameras around for fun. Canon A1 and Canon EOS 630. Here are a few my recent shots. There are a few in there shot with Velvia slide film. https://www.flickr.com/photos/welshkc If this is the right spot, I also have a question about the X-T1 and a Soligor 650mm lens I was recently given. An adapter is working just fine for attaching the Soligor to the X body. It is a t-mount system and the adapter was easy to find. The Soligor is 650mm with a fixed F/8.5 aperture. I found in the menu where to set the lens length for inclusion in the metadata, but the aperture setting menu item is grayed out. Since the camera has no way to know what the aperture is, it actually reads F/0, then it would have problems with calculating the exposure. Right? Of course I am running in all manual mode, but would like to use Av if possible. The X-T1 manual didn't have any clues. Can anyone point me the right direction for why the aperture setting menu item is not available with this adapted lens? Thanks and I am glad to have found a X system community.
  6. Hi, new to Fuji system. Just received a copy of XF55-140 and I have a question for the owners of XF55-140 regarding noises the lens makes. When I turn X-T1's power on with 55-140 mounted, I hear a gentle whirring sound that I assume to be generated by OIS motor (as a Canon shooter, I am familiar with most of the noises made by their lenses - their version of OIS, the IS makes the same kind of noise when engaged). However, with the 55-140, the noise continues even after I turn off the OSS switch on the lens. In fact, I hear it the entire time the power is on. I turned off High Performance setting in camera's menu but it did not make a difference. By the way, the kit lens, the 18-55's OIS does not do this, but it is completely silent whether it's on or off. Also, the lens rattles inside when I shake the lens when it's disconnected from the camera or mounted on the camera with the camera power turned off. Again, I have a Canon lens (100L Macro) that does this, but depending on when the power is switched off, this rattling can be minimized. So the question is: is this the normal behavior for this lens? Is it because the OIS assembly of 55-140 is much larger and allowed to move more? TIA
  7. I wanted to see how the X-T1 held up on fast moving subjects like Motocross. I've never shot them before but the camera and lens worked quite well. All images are with the 55-200mm. There was some under 50cc categories racing and they were quite cute! (and fearless!!)
  8. Last year I got a call from a client asking me to replicate a large chunk of wood that they had hanging in a new office so they could hang it in print, life size, for different offices around the country. The Art was made up of reclaimed wooden railway sleepers from the area their new office building was built. The brief was to make it as hi-res as possible for print & it measured about 2 meters by 1.5 meters. I ended up stitching several shots and moving a few of the planks about in Photoshop later. The final file was just tipping the TIFF limit of 4Gb on output - that was a big hi-res print containing parts of about 20 images. Good days work that day. I know this is talked about a lot from time to time, 'how big can I print from a Fuji camera?' Well I don't know really, outside of the theory and working it out with a calculator, just how big you can print but it's probably very big. For most people I'd say they are asking how big can I print and still have it look good from a few feet away hanging on my wall? Probably quite big, no? OK so I'm not really taking things too seriously here just wanted to show a print I got today, single shot no 'pan-o-stitching' but printed it out at 20x30 inches and the detail in the print is great. I've plonked the camera and lens used to the it on the print for scale. I won't even bother mentioning the models as you'll all know no doubt. The print is a gift for a client. So 16Mpx can print 20x30 inches at great resolution no problem
  9. From the album: Street

    © © 2016 - Kevin Segedi

  10. From the album: Street

    © © 2016 - Kevin Segedi

  11. From the album: Street

    © © 2016 - Kevin Segedi

  12. From the album: Street

    © © 2016 - Kevin Segedi

  13. segedi

    Lipstick

    From the album: Street

    © © 2016 - Kevin Segedi

  14. From the album: Birds

  15. From the album: Landscapes

    © george swift.

  16. swallero

    Valle Gesso

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

    Delightful sight of the Valle della Valletta, in the Gesso Valley, Western Alps, Piedmont, Italy

    © Stefano Gabriele Vallero

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

    Last rays of sun over the fields in the Piedmont countryside. Shot with Fujifilm X-t1 and Samyang 12mm F/2

    © Stefano Gabriele Vallero

  18. From the album: Untitled Album

    © patrick papesch photography

  19. From the album: Photographing Cuba in B&W

    Shot in Cuba with Fuji X-T1. Developed in Lightroom 5 and NIK Silver Effects Pro.

    © David Julian

  20. I'm considering upgrading my trusty X-T1, and I'm strongly considering the X-T20 over the X-T2 due to the cost savings. I'm not going to miss the better video, as I don't shoot video. I don't think I'm going to miss the weather sealing. I am a little concerned about the smaller EVF. Anybody else made this move? thoughts? thanks!
  21. Hello! I have somewhat a trivial question but its bothering me. I purchased a refurbished X-T1 and also bought a third-party hotshoe cover to go with it. It fit perfectly, but I had to return the camera because the box was not sealed properly and the sensor was not clean. It clearly had been opened before, and after speaking directly with Fujifilm they said that this was not up to their standards. Today I received a replacement. Box was sealed and everything looked great. But the same hotshoe cover that I used on the previous body does not fit. It is too loose and falls right out, when on the previous body it fit snug. Thoughts? Did they ever modify the hotshoe on newer models of the X-T1? Could something be wrong? Not a big deal but I'm perplexed.
  22. I cannot afford to spend $500, $1000 or more for a nice macro lens, so I found an old Canon FD 200mm F4 Macro lens on Ebay for $300. It is an awesome macro, but I need another old macro lens that is more in the 50-100mm range. With the 200mm, I end up having to back a little too far away from the subject at times. Constantly getting up and walking over to reposition the subject is annoying. Any recommendations for some incredibly awesome vintage macro glass?
  23. Hi everyone! I've loved photography since I was about 10 years old, when my parents bought me an Instamatic. I eventually took photography classes in junior high and high school and inherited my dad's Canon Pellix. When my beloved Pellix drowned in a house flood (my husband had put all my photography equipment, negatives, prints, etc. on the ground ), I bought the Canon DSLR I could afford - a Rebel XTi. For a number of reasons, I never "bonded" with my XTi (mainly having to go through too many menus to do simple things) and I lost interest in photography - especially digital photography. A few months ago, I heard a presentation by a National Geographic photographer about why she chose to take the Fuji X-T1 with her on vacation instead of her full Nikon kit. That presentation convinced me to give Fuji mirrorless a chance. I bought my camera on sale along with a 35mm lens, and have loved it since Day One! I love how light it is, and that I can photograph in manual mode easily (LOVE the ISO dial!). Now that I'm hooked on the Fuji system, I've decided to sell all of my Canon gear to buy another lens for my new camera.
  24. From reading different comments around this forum I seem to have come to the conclusion that most find the 4-way buttons better than on the black model, as well as some stating that the weather sealing fault with the plastic door on the black model is not an issue on the graphite model. Do you agree with that?
  25. Hi, One thing is to get rain on your WR x-t1, but what do you do if its a splash of seawater with salt and all? How do you clean the camera without holding it under running tap water?
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