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  1. I've just traded-in my X-T2 for an X-H1 since I like it ergonomics and IBIS. Normally I use CaptureOne for raw processing and occasionally ON1 Photo Raw. Their 2020 edition is a big improvement for Fuji shooters. However, I wanted to revisit a raw file from my X-T2 and run it again through the in-camera raw converter using X Raw Studio. Much to my surprise, the software didn't accept my X-H1 nor my X-Pro2 to process the X-T2 raw file. It needs to connect to an X-T2 (which I don't own anymore)!! In the user manual Fujifilm states: "Please note, the RAW conversion is only compatible with a RAW file taken by the same camera model as the camera connected to the computer. For example, if the connected camera is a FUJIFILM X-T2, the RAW file must be taken by a FUJIFILM X-T2." I was stunned... Is this me doing something wrong or just incredibly bad design by Fujifilm? I fully understand that an older camera can't process newer X-Trans CMOS4/X-Processor4 files. But all of my current camera's are X-Trans CMOS3 and X-Processor Pro just like the X-T2 with which I made the photos. I would expect compatibility to be depending on the sensor/processor combination (and pref some backwards compatibility as well for my X-Pro1 files), but not on the actual precise camera type?! This makes X Raw Studio useless when you update your camera. Clearly not a great business model...
  2. I did some shooting in a different time zone and forgot to set the camera to the proper local time. So of course the pictures are all recorded with an incorrect time of day. Is there any way to fix this in-camera, or do I have to find an exif editor and make the changes elsewhere? Thanks!
  3. Hey guys, I had luck and got a 16-80mm just right before my holiday in Iceland. Now I'm back and would like to share some photos I took with it: Svartifoss / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke, auf Flickr Green / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke, auf Flickr Fjaðrárgljúfur / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke, auf Flickr Brunnhorn / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke, auf Flickr Skaftafell / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke, auf Flickr Dettifoss / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke, auf Flickr Ice / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke, auf Flickr Mountain light / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke, auf Flickr Stuðlafoss / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke, auf Flickr Vestrahorn / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke, auf Flickr and one with the 14mm prime lens: Búðir / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke, auf Flickr Best regards, Sebastian
  4. Off on my hols in two weeks time. Going to Ireland for 10 days with the wife. I plan to travel very light so I'm going to use my trusty Domke F-5 XB bag. It is not a big bag: 10.5 x 4.5 x 6.5" / 26.7 x 11.5 x 16.5 cm. I can stuff in my X-T2 and all my lenses: Samyang 12mm f2, XF 23/35/50 f2 and Samyang 85mm f2. Everything fits snug excluding the hoods for the Samyangs, which I don't care about. The Problem is it's really snug. Not only do I have to stack two of the smaller lenses, but it takes too much time and care getting the gear in and out of the bag. As I'm not prepared to purchase a zoom lens (no offense, just not my thing) I am going to have to go without one of the lenses. So, bearing in mind that I would be prepared to stack one of the XFs on top of the 12mm, losing one lens will make the whole thing a lot roomier. Which lens would you ditch?
  5. Hello, I have been shooting various sport events since 2003 until 2014 on Canon. Then quit action photography and switched to Fuji for more calm photography. Switching was one of the best decisions I've made! That quality of color and sharpness - it still surprises and makes me happy every day! I've been asked to shoot some motorcycle races this season, so googling daily what are the best techniques for Fuji X-T2 because they dramatically differ from Canon. I would like to get some suggestions from You. So here are a couple of questions: 1. Motorcycle straight on at high speed - which AF Mode - Single point, Zone or Wide/Tracking is more reliable? What size of Single point or Zone? Best custom setting for it? 2. Panning - same or different AF Mode is best? Best custom setting? If it's important what gear I plan to use - it is X-T2 + Battery Grip, 55-200mm, 90mm f/2, 35mm f/2, Samyang 12mm f/2 and 8mm Fisheye. Thank You all in advance! Audrius
  6. Hi ! I recently migrated from a canon to a fuji x-t2 for my sport photography. I had to find out how to focus sometimes on the left of the frame, and then a split second later to focus on the right of the frame... And... it's easy ! I describe how I do it on this post : https://blog.laurencebichon.com/en/simple-way-switch-focus-left-right-sport-photography-fuji-x-t2/ If you have additional ideas, suggestions, please leave a comment…Thanks ! Laurence
  7. Hello everyone, I had the opportunity to spend a week in the Dolomites area to catch the autumn colors ! my trusty x-pro2 and x-t2 were from the trip. We start with a classic of the Dolomites, the church of San-Giovanni in Ranui near Santa Magdalena. The sky mixed with some remainings of fog, made really the mountain glow and burn in a special way. 1) X-pro2 - 16-55 @ f10, some exposures mixed to achieve this image as the contrast between the different plans was enormous. Have a nice day and see you soon for more.
  8. Hi, I have a Fujinon 16mm f1.4 lens which had what looked like dust on the rear element. I sent it in on June 20 (received June 27) into Fuji Repair Canada in Mississauga. Pretty much after talking to support they thought it would take till July 26. Now I contact them and they are now quoting the week of August 7. Just wanted to get the community feedback on what my expectations should be. Thanks Randy
  9. Hello, I recently did a hike in the area of the Aletsch Glacier. The Aletsch Glacier is the biggest Glacier of the alps and he his registered on the UNESCO list. Took with x-t2 and 16-55 16@f10 Have a nice day !
  10. Hello, I recently did a hike in the area of the Aletsch Glacier. The Aletsch Glacier is the biggest Glacier of the alps and he his registered on the UNESCO list. Took with x-t2 and 16-55 16@f10 Have a nice day !
  11. Hi all I researched a lot, seeking info related to shooting sport photography when I considered my big jump from DSLR to the Fuji x-t2. I did not find a lot, so having done the jump, I wish to share today my experience about the ergonomic differences between the Fuji x-t2 and the Canon 5dm3 for sports (at least the way I shoot sports :-) ). https://blog.laurencebichon.com/en/9-ergonomic-differences-of-fujifilm-x-t2-and-canon-5dm3-for-sports Please share also your experiences and preferences ! Laurence
  12. I have a Godox XProF transmitter but no Godox lights yet. When I connect my XProF to my X-T2 (both on latest software releases) the X-T2 recognises a "flashgun" has been connected but the flash menu refuses to switch into Manual. I can select M using the rear dial but it immediately switches itself back into TTL. Is this correct? Will it only work in TTL mode as I would like to have full manual control of my lights? Do you think I am doing something wrong? BTW this happens when there is no receiver active and also when I have a Godox X1RC receiver switched on, which disappointingly will only change the zoom function on my Pixel 800C (Canon compatible) flashgun, not the power levels or mode. Also the Pixel is not actually working in TTL despite the camera saying so, I have to set the power levels manually in the Pixel. Any help will be greatly appreciated, thank you .
  13. Shelter from the Storm Trinidad, Cuba Buckets of rain brought everyone - even statues - onto the covered porch of the church on Plaza Mayor. This day justified my having the 18-135 WR Fujifilm lens on the camera. Wet out there! [ 1/90s f/3.5 ISO 800 - handheld, soggy, natural light ]
  14. I am on the hunt for an X-t2 and one popped up on the B&H website. The catch is that it is a "gray market" product (aka imported) which does not carry the manufacturer's warranty but B&H warrants the product for one year. Has anyone had any experience with a purchase of this type? Good, bad, or otherwise? Thank you in advance. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1263603-GREY/fujifilm_16519314_x_t2_mirrorless_digital_camera.html
  15. Hi! Im new to this but I'm trying to figure out how to use the modeling light och if it is even possible at this stage. I'm currently using: Godox AD360 II (nikon version) with Godox X1-N trigger (in manual mode). I'm not having issues in general but It would be of great help to use the modeling light function to trigger a burst of flashes to see hos my lights fall on the subject. I have tried to map the "depth-of-field preview" as well as "modeling light" but nothing happens when I bush those buttons. Do I need a designated Fujifilm trigger for this function to work with the flashes? Cheers
  16. Hi guys, A few weeks ago I bought an X-T2, mainly for stills but as a video tool too. Yesterday evening I was making my first real video test shooting : my son presenting a magic trick. Apart the poor choice of profile and the exposition aproximation (light was going down fast) a few of the clips shows some strange "flickering" at the hedges of the picture as you can see there, straight out from cam (please look with full screen) : https://vimeo.com/208623564 The majority of other clips are looking normal, there were shot with the same settings, except for focal lenght minor apperture or Iso changes. Settings were FHD 25 P, Velvia profile with -2 in hi, low lights and sharpness (trst purposes), iso 250, 1/50s, F5.6. Good Transcend 600x SDXC card (never showing problem with lumix gh3). The X-T2 was in boost mode. The only thing that I can think of if that the battery (original np126s) was running low at this moment. I changed it a few time after, but before the camera shuted down. It look like if the lens correction was going on and off... Have you experienced something similar ? What do you think of it ? I'm new to Fuji and I already know the limitations of X-T2 as a video tool but I'm not new to video and never seen something like that. Thanks for your looks and thinks. Boris
  17. Hello, I just wanted to share some shots (not many), of my last trip in the Lofoten Islands, sadly it was a very short week, with not a lot of good photo opportunity, I hope you will enjoy it 1) the classic view of hamnoy (this shot was featured on the national geographic your shot (https://www.instagram.com/p/BRaAR4HjwUx/?taken-by=natgeoyourshot) 2) Beach of VIK Shot with the X-T2, and mostly the 16 1.4 WR and the 10-24.
  18. Hello, for studio work I have Elinchrom D-Lite 4 strobes.. Now I'm looking for outdoor HSS flash system.. I'm really like Elinchroms new deep umbrellas.. Is it worth invest in Nissin i60A strobe units with Air 1 commander? Then I will be able to use mount for umbrella and flash unit...
  19. How do I prevent the camera to change the shutterspeed from what I set with the dial? For example, if I set it to 250 for flash photography, why will it internally change it to 320? What am I doing wrong? Why is it overwriting my settings, if I have everything else set manually? I'm baffled.
  20. I used to have the Fuji quick release plate (or, as they called it "Small Handgrip" for the X-T1) because I did not require an additional grip. In my opinion, it wasn't needed and it looked goofy. However, to my dismay, I found out that Fuji discontinued this plate and is now only producing the hand grip plate for the X-T2. So I began researching my options from other manufacturers. I ordered a thirty dollar one from Ebay, but it was clunky and heavy. It also didn't really fit properly. But then I found the perfect one for my needs, also on Ebay. It's the PEIPRO L-bracket. I took off the small side bracket and just use the bottom. The plate is super-light and although it's so light has a smooth, closed bottom (only one opening for the battery compartment). I really don't know how they were able to make it so light. So just in case you want a good looking, light arca-swiss compatible quick release plate that can stay permanently installed on your X-T2, you can't go wrong with this one. I highly recommend it.
  21. I just bought an X-T2 and now use it for my work next to my Canon 5D mark III bodies. On my Canon I am used to a workflow like this: 1 - take a picture 2 - view the image on the LCD on the back in INFO mode; so I can check the histogram and the blinking highlights (if there are any) This workflow is important to me but unfortunately I am not able to do this with my X-T2. It seems that the only possibility to view the picture on the LCD screen is a full screen image on the LCD without any information like the histogram or highlight blinking warnings. To see this information I have to press the play button after every single image I take (and make sure that the INFO screen is displayed then). So my question: am I missing something? Is there a setting to make it possible to show the picture with all the info on the LCD screen directly after taking a picture (instead of only showing a full screen picture without info)? Thanks!
  22. Please have a look at my video (better to watch in HD or even 4K) - the boat on the right edge. It "jumps" or "jiggle" back and forth every fiew seconds. Same with left edge. It looks like that some lens correction or something might be applied spontaneously. Any idea what might that be and how to avoid it?
  23. I had an honour to be official photographer for FIBA at Eurobasket 2017 group A in Helsinki. Shot whole tournament with my Fujifilm X-T2 bodies with different lenses and has one backup Canon 5D MK III with 200mm F1,8 also with me (which didn't get too much work...). Unfortunately I didn't have my 90/2 with me as it fell from my bag couple of weeks before the tournament and I had to send it to get it repaired. There were many surprised photographers asking from me am I really shooting with Fujifilm. I was the only one who used anything besides Nikon and Canon, but as always Fujifilm didn't let me down! Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr X-T2 + 50-140 Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr X-T2 + 23/1,4 Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr X-T2 + 10-24/4 Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr X-T2 + 35/2 Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr X-T2 + 50-140 Eurobasket 2017 @Harwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr X-T2 + 24/1,4
  24. Hi, I would like to do more videos with my X-T2 (4K or FHD 60fps), so I need to replace my old basic class 10 Transcend SD cards. I have already read a few posts about best cards, but I'm wondering if a UHS-II 250Mb/s card would be overkill for my needs. I have to say that I don't do extreme burst mode photography. I don't care of being able to shoot a 11 fps for one minute! Do you think those cards could give me enough performance? https://goo.gl/w48yYp https://goo.gl/mSsg5A Thanks
  25. I just bought an x-t2 used from a fellow photographer and everything has been great. I was just taking pictures around the house and suddenly I was no longer able to playback images on the lcd screen. Playback will only show on the EVF even though all the other settings are showing on the LCD. Clearly the LCD is fine and its only a playback issue. I have cycled through the viewmode settings multiple times, took battery out and back in, removed sd card, etc... Is there a setting somewhere I may have accidentally clicked that disables playback on lcd?
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