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Tom_A

Tom_A

Joined on Aug 19, 2010

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  • If anything the Fuji optics is the one thing that does least of all need to be updated.

  • back in my he film days, my Rolleiflex once fell from the table. I was so relieved when the first pictures afterwards all pictures were not ok in all areas of the image. A bit of deformation would...

  • I find it looks quite a bit like my XE-1.

  • Have a look at the samples.

  • Juck, have you seen the samples? You would not so quickly dismiss the camera then.

  • The sample images on the photo blog are excellent. Loved the detail and creamy tonality in the picture of the middle ages man.
    I shot and enlarged lots of bw in my pure film days (those superb...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X100T Review preview

    JACS, I now see the point you want to make about shot noise. obviously the bigger a pixel is (and usually FR sensors will have bigger pixels than APS sensors), the more photons fall on a pixel,...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X100T Review preview

    JACS, I now see the point you want to make about shot noise. obviously the bigger a pixel is (and usually FR sensors will have bigger pixels than APS sensors), the more photons fall on a pixel,...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X100T Review preview

    Richard, light gathering equivalence is absolutely irrelevant. The important thing is that it is f2. Obviously bigger lenses for bigger sensors have more glass and will let more light through at...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X100T Review preview

    Richard, light gathering equivalence is absolutely irrelevant. The important thing is that it is f2. Obviously bigger lenses for bigger sensors have more glass and will let more light through at...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X100T Review preview

    Look I will try to explain it one last time before I give up.
    Take this fuji,, a full frame camera, a good old Mamiya 7 (which has an image size of more than 4 times that of a full frame camera),...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X100T Review preview

    3a 23mm lens with a traditional 35mm equivalent angel of view, and a normal f2 aperture where you don't need to do any conversion for, indeed that is correct

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  • Commented on Fujifilm X100T Review preview

    a 23mm lens with a traditional 35mm equivalent angel of view, and a normal f2 aperture where you don't need to do any conversion for, indeed that is correct

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  • Commented on Fujifilm X100T Review preview

    JAQS you are also absolutely wrong. it is f2. f2 is independent of sensor size. read my post:

    Proof: remember handheld light meters? You set iso, point it and find combinations of aperture and...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X100T Review preview

    termix you are absolutely wrong.
    It is f2. No conversion needed.
    Proof: remember handheld light meters? You set iso, point it and find combinations of aperture and shutter speed. These light meters...

  • A fun overview but how many voters have real hands on experience
    with the products they voted for?

  • Gentlemen, it is indeed the recent Lomo 120 I was referring to, not the Lubitel. The Lomo 120 has glass lenses, but it it still expensive for what you get compared to Wye's Fuji. BTW, I have the...

  • Gentlemen, it is indeed the recent Lomo 120 I was referring to, not the Lubitel. The Lomo 120 has glass lenses, but it it still expensive for what you get compared to Wye's Fuji. BTW, I have the...

  • I tried the 6 Plus in the shop and I was impressed by the image quality and well controlled noise. Considering that the best camera is the one that you have with you, with the 6 Plus in your pocket...

  • More interesting is the recently introduced Lomo with 120 film. In itself a rather cool entry to medium format cameras, and portable as well, but it is as expensive as a 2nd hand MF Fuji...

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