Would you buy a 50mm equivilent x100

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zenpmd Senior Member • Posts: 1,129
Would you buy a 50mm equivilent x100
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This would be a lovely camera wouldn't it?

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Kuvasauna Contributing Member • Posts: 771
Yes

Yes indeed. 50mm equivalent f/1.4 would be sweet. I suppose the lens would poke out a bit more but that would fine. Actually it could be a bit more than 50mm as that is quite close to 35mm. How about 75mm equ. f/1.4 for portraits?

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Davidgilmour Senior Member • Posts: 1,400
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zenpmd wrote:

This would be a lovely camera wouldn't it?

Yes,  instantly! 35mm f 1.4 would be awesome!

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shigzeo Senior Member • Posts: 1,732
X100 at equiv: 50mm, yes
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Indeed. My preferred focal length is somewhere in between 42-48, so 50 would be more or less right for me. I'd prefer a lens with a speed/dof equivalent of f/2. I don't care for 1,4 lenses, though on DX sensors I see their advantages. I find 35mm too wide for my normal shooting. I love the results, but I find 35mm effort to shoot.

On my FE/D800, the 50/2 Ai is always on the camera body (when I'm shooting for me, not for work). The only problem I see with Fuji lenses is that they are so modern. I prefer lenses with 6 blade apertures or even 5. 7 and 9 make odd bokeh when stopped down and tend to be far more corrected than I like. But the X100 series is a great camaera.

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LowlightShadows Regular Member • Posts: 147
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What about X-E1 + 35mm 1.4 then ?

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shigzeo Senior Member • Posts: 1,732
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LowlightShadows wrote:

What about X-E1 + 35mm 1.4 then ?

The 35/1,4 is HUGE! It is much easier to get a fast rangefinder 35 (money is an issue often unless voigtlander) that is much smaller and better for natural focusing. But having two cameras (for me), one wide and one normal/long is the way I'd rather roll rather than switching lenses all the time.

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chainmale Forum Member • Posts: 62
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Yes. Say, a 33mm f2 lens.

perez69 Regular Member • Posts: 182
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I'm still hoping that Fuji will make a X100W (14mm f2.8) and a X100T (40 or 50mm f1.4)

MuMinded Senior Member • Posts: 1,939
No, but....
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zenpmd wrote:

This would be a lovely camera wouldn't it?

Hard question, but probably not.    I am liking the current lens too much.

now, if Fuji would produce a tele-converter I would happily pay premium dough for that...  Fuji, Pleaaaaaaase...

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Natich Forum Member • Posts: 62
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No. for me it would be too limited. They nailed it with the 35mm equiv!

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Asylum Photo Senior Member • Posts: 1,277
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I would love it.

It'd be even cooler if it had the option of interchangeable lenses!

....oh.

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iamthenewguy Senior Member • Posts: 1,029
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I actually would rather have it go wider, 28mm equivalent would be great. And yes I know about the wide angle converter but I'd rather have it come out of the box that way and also without the use of a long attachment.

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zenpmd OP Senior Member • Posts: 1,129
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I am oretty sure 35mm Focal length is going to make me a decent photographer. You have to try so hard to fill the frame and not make it look like a point and shoot! You really need to find and compose interesting subjects. 50mm I think its easier to get away with just shooting random stuff. Sometimes that is fun.

For me, I am sure I will be happy with the 35mm 100s, and as David Harvey says, a wider angle lens is a good thing for a take anywhere camera as its easier to get everything in focus in everyday light, worse can scenario you can crop a bit, and you can never go wider so its better to be a little wider than it is to be too long.

I am going to wait for the second iteration of the X-e1, at which point I will buy it, the 35mm 1.4 and the 56mm 1.2 which will probably come out around the same time. But what a combo of lenses and cameras that will be!!

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shigzeo ? wrote:

LowlightShadows wrote:

What about X-E1 + 35mm 1.4 then ?

The 35/1,4 is HUGE! It is much easier to get a fast rangefinder 35 (money is an issue often unless voigtlander) that is much smaller and better for natural focusing. But having two cameras (for me), one wide and one normal/long is the way I'd rather roll rather than switching lenses all the time.

Well that is the first time I have ever heard the 35mm 1.4 be described as huge!  The XE1 with 18mm is probably a similar size to the x100, the 35mm isn't a great deal larger than the very small 18mm!

Mr Gadget Senior Member • Posts: 1,972
Nope ...

I never been much of a fan of 50mm fov. My favorite is 28-35, then 20 followed by 85-105. Dont no why but 50 never really tripped my trigger.

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zenpmd wrote:

This would be a lovely camera wouldn't it?

I probably wouldn't buy it because I already use my X100S and X-Pro1(+35mm) in combination

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fluxism Contributing Member • Posts: 512
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if the lens had the same quality as the 35mm 1.4, yes, in a second

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Spunky8 Contributing Member • Posts: 933
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In my view, it makes no sense to carry around multiple cameras in order to accomplish lens changes.

If people want the option of having multiple lenses, it's my feeling that those persons should buy an interchangeable lens camera.

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xxbluejay21 Regular Member • Posts: 356
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I just really want a camera that looks exactly like the x100/x100s but has a 24-100mm f/1.2 lens on it. That would be awesome! Get on it Fuji!

Don Davis Regular Member • Posts: 362
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An X100 with a 50mm equivalent would be ideal to me. I still prefer that focal length for all-purpose shooting. I would definitely buy it.

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