jeremyclarke

jeremyclarke

Lives in Canada Montreal, Canada
Works as a Web Developer
Has a website at http://jeremyclarke.org
Joined on Dec 13, 2013
About me:

Jeremy Clarke is a human web developer from Montreal. Studied media/cinema in college but just got my first DSLR in 2013. Excited about bokeh.

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  • Dan Bailey tested it and was really happy, though his post doesn't really prove anything because it doesn't show all the shots he got just good...

  • P.S. The dial on the X-T1 sucks in terms of utility compared to the X-T10 because the weather sealing makes it slow/mushy and there's no button when you click it (that's why the X-T1 has that extra...

  • Firmware: You only need the newest one and it only takes a minute once you figure out you need to download the .dat file, put it on your SD card and load the camera with a couple special buttons...

  • Yes generic flash equipment works with the Fuji hotshoe. I use YongNuo triggers and flashes and it works just like on my Rebel. Obviously if you want TTL you'll need a flash programmed specifically...

  • The EVF will never work "like a normal OVF" for obvious reasons, but you can get it into a pretty bland state if that's what you really want. There's a setting to show you the unmodified RAW view...

  • That's a nice feature. Here's what I want to know though: Will it remember your choice after waking the camera from sleep?

    I do astrophotography with my X-E1 and it drives me NUTS that if the...

  • Just look at an X-E2 and you'll see what the EVF is like (spoiler alert: it's fine!) I shot a wedding last weekend with a rented X-T1 and my old X-E1 and I forgot to even notice the differences in...

  • Commented on Video Overview: Fujifilm X-T10 article

    +1 to DGD's point. X100T has basically the same updated system as the X-T10/new X-T1 firmware (in fact it's ahead of the old X-T1 firmware on the evolutionary path). There's a very good chance...

  • The X-T10 is the current obvious choice because it has all the essential features present in the system in addition to it's reasonable price.

    X-E1/2 and X-PRO1 are sorely behind, with...

  • Joed700: Your examples don't prove much other than the fact that Nikon has some affordable lenses available. The prices aren't THAT much lower than the Fuji equivalents except where the lenses...

  • There's a LOT more vertical space above and below it that makes it stand out in a bad way, but I think the main problem is just that it's clearly a black plastic dial on a beautiful metal...

  • Commented on Video Overview: Fujifilm X-T10 article

    The X-A1/X-M1 "entry level" cameras also weren't made in Japan, but they were cheaper in many other ways. X-T10 seems as nice as the X-E series, which were made in Japan.

  • BarnET: Which part is plastic on X-T10 that was magnesium on X-E1?

  • It's funny but I'm not at all surprised by the number of negative comments. This camera, like ALL OTHERS, brings out the trolls, but in this case they seem relatively under control.

    This is a...

  • From the way Fuji has written the press releases: YES.

    In every case they refer to things as "new" if they weren't in the X-E2 while ignoring the feature's presence in other cameras both higher...

  • The sensor is the same and there has been little to no evidence that they've changed anything meaningful about the RAW processing, so the IQ should be the same as X-PRO1 (assuming you're on a...

  • D810 is WAY more expensive than the X-T1, which you already know but is worth keeping in mind. If it didn't take slightly nicer pictures the world would be crazy ;)

    That of course points out one...

  • What this lens will do is stop someone from buying Canon just because "they have a full lens lineup". There must be camera store employees who still say "if you buy this Canon you can upgrade later...

  • +1 I left Canon because I was realizing what I wanted was fast primes and Canon wasn't even TRYING to get that done for APSC. All their fast primes are huge, designed for FF and priced to match FF...

  • BarnET do you have specific issues with the build quality of the X-T10? All reviewers seem to think it's normal Fuji quality and with it's default-silver finish it's more like the X-E2 than the...

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