Fujifilm FinePix IS-1

Announced Jan 4, 2007 •
9 megapixels | 2 screen | 28 – 300 mm (10.7×)
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Zensu11
By: Zensu11 (3 months ago)
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I've just been shooting with my new Rokinon 7.5 FE lens on my E-M5 and I set the focal length on IS-1 to 8mm. Now I've switched back to my Oly 12-40 zoom and I'm curious if the E-M5 will automatically recognize this lens? I've looked at the IS-1 setting through my SCP and it still says 8 on the focal length?  Any advice would be appreciated! --Bobby
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Hello Friends, I am a amateur photographer blessed to going on my first Safari (Tanzania) in the beginning of 2014. I am traveling in a 4x4 jeep with a pop top and will be using bean bags on the top/windows. I have rented a 300mm f/2.8L Is lens for the month but have a few additional questions. Which body do you recommend I put the 300mm on? I also am happy to rent the Canon 1.4x Extender if you think it would be best. I would like to have two bodies one with the telephoto and one with the...
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With advice here, reading the suggested links and the purchase of VueScan I have been capturing 15 year old memories - but not very well.I confess to being somewhat disappointed and confused. Using the canon 4200F with Vuescan should I be able to get sharp detailed pictures or are 35mm color negatives incapable of holding sufficient information? The color negatives (Fuji 200-1) I am working with were exposed in 1997 with an Olympus IS1 (Bridge camera) that yielded pleasing 5X7 prints that...
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Hi,Some cameras with image stabilization have different settings for the IS when shooting a still shot vs. when horizontal panning (e,g, the OM-D has IS1 and IS2). If I'm using the Oly 100-300M4/3 lens on a camera with the IS turned off, should I also leave the MegaOIS on the lens turned off when panning, or should I leave it on like I would for a stationary subject at low shutter speeds?--Richard (rb_stern),www.pbase.com/rb_sternrichard-s.smugmug.com
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My kit lens (14-42mm f/3.5) was crappy in low light so I got a 35mm f/1.7 and the exposure looks exactly the same.  If I depress the shutter button half way -like you would for auto focus- it gives me the exposure I want for half a second and goes back to normal.  I turned everything to manual and turned the ISO off but it still blinks IS1 in red on the screen.  I put the kit lens back on and set it to aperture priority but it won't let me go below 5.9.  What the heck is going on here?  Been...
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