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    • By dv.
      Finally received my ultra wide angle for X-M1:)
       
      some test shots

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      7 bokeh is great f/2



      testing out starburst f/22
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      10@  f/2.8 maybe


      Unfortunately, I can only post 10 images at once.
    • By JKR
      Hi everyone,
      This is my first post here. I'm in doubt about selecting the right lens, so I calling for your help. This is my situation:
      What I usually shoot:
      - Travel
      - Family (two children)
      - Street and daily life 
      - Portrait (not often)
      - No video
      Most of the time I shoot with hand held and no flash, so I think OIS is a big benefit. I also prefer fast AF, so manual focus lens is out of sort list. Of course f/1.4 is ideal for hand held but I can live with f/2, no big deal. The most important factor is fast and lightweight.
      I only print pictures in small size, so image quality and sharpness is not critical. However I don’t use Photoshop so I prefer no retouching, just use the JPG images right out of camera, maybe just crop/rotate if need. I also can live with noise of high ISO.
      Currently I use a XE3 with 23mm f/2 and super happy with this combo. Thinking about add one or two lenses because sometime I see 23mm is not wide enough (small room, group picture, or on a mountain that I can't step back), sometime it is too wide (family portrait, children playing around). So I see two options:
      Option 1 - zoom lens, buy one of these
      - 18-55 f/2.8-4: A lot of recommendation on this lens. It's cheap and has OIS. I just wonder if 18 is wide enough? 
      - Waiting for 16-80 f/4: has OIS, fast AF (hopefully), 80mm for portrait is better than 55mm. Internal zoom and WR also very nice for long term investment. 
      - 16-55 f/2.8: this one is expensive and way too big to go with XE3, and no OIS.
      - 18-135 f/3.5-5.6: Slow aperture, and 135mm is too long for me. I'd rather have 16mm. Also many negative review about this lens.
      Option 2 - buy two prime lens 
      - 16 f/2.8 and 50 f/2: Fast AF, fast aperture, lightweight, optical excellence and WR. Super match with 23 f/2. But no OIS and cost a bit more money.
      Would you please share your experience? What do you recommend? 
      Thank you very much!
      JK.
    • By yukosteel
      I've recently borrowed this lens from Hamish Gill to try it on my Fuji X-E2s and write short review of 7artisans 12mm F2.8 lens on 35MMC
       
      Here's also related 7artisans 12mm F2.8 Flickr public group for lens samples
       
      I've purchased this lens after writing review, and now just waiting for better weather to make more live shots.
       
      Also the partial disassembly is planned soon : )
       
      Please let me know if you have any questions on this lens, will be happy to share more details.
       
      7artisans 12mm F2.8 shot with Fuji X-E2s

    • By mostlyphotos
      I recently visited Nothumberland in the North East of the United Kingdom. The Northumberland Coast is beautiful and I have started to pull together some brief blog posts with some of the images from the trip as well as brief guides to locations. 
       
      http://www.mostly.photos/blog/2017/9/30/fuji-x-t2-northumberland-coast
       


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