What Fuji camera sites/groups do you frequent?

Started Mar 29, 2014 | Questions
Chad Hardy
Chad Hardy Senior Member • Posts: 1,192
What Fuji camera sites/groups do you frequent?

Hello everyone, my XT-1 is on order and will be my first foray into the Fuji system.  I have previously been a Sony shooter.

I was wondering if you could share your favorite sites/blogs/groups (Facebook, G+, Flickr, Youtube) for learning about the Fuji X system.  I did a quick search on the forum here and didn't get a bunch of results so I thought I would ask.  All links appreciated.

 Chad Hardy's gear list:Chad Hardy's gear list
Fujifilm X-T1 Fujifilm XF 55-200mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS Fujifilm XF 56mm F1.2 R Sony RX100 III Olympus E-M1 +16 more
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deednets Veteran Member • Posts: 7,237
Re: What Fuji camera sites/groups do you frequent?

Chad Hardy wrote:

Hello everyone, my XT-1 is on order and will be my first foray into the Fuji system. I have previously been a Sony shooter.

I was wondering if you could share your favorite sites/blogs/groups (Facebook, G+, Flickr, Youtube) for learning about the Fuji X system. I did a quick search on the forum here and didn't get a bunch of results so I thought I would ask. All links appreciated.

http://www.tomen.de

Scoops Fuji and has Reviews listed according to the appropriate category under Fuji X-Pro Curation, if you do a mouse-over you can see the categories ...

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$$Policy$$ Regular Member • Posts: 202
Re: What Fuji camera sites/groups do you frequent?

http://www.tomen.de/blog/

http://www.fujirumors.com/

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 $$Policy$$'s gear list:$$Policy$$'s gear list
Fujifilm X-E2 Fujifilm XF 55-200mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS Fujifilm XF 23mm F1.4 R Phase One Capture One Pro Apple iPhone 6s +3 more
Londongal
Londongal Senior Member • Posts: 1,918
Re: What Fuji camera sites/groups do you frequent?

Chad Hardy wrote:

I was wondering if you could share your favorite sites/blogs/groups (Facebook, G+, Flickr, Youtube) for learning about the Fuji X system. I did a quick search on the forum here and didn't get a bunch of results so I thought I would ask. All links appreciated.

This one is fabulous.

http://www.scoop.it/t/fuji-x-pro1

A DPReview member shared it with me when I was initially researching my move from Nikon to the Fuji X system. Once I saw the images being produced with these cameras...and the quality of photographerswho were moving to Fuji from multiple platforms...I was hooked

You have chosen an excellent camera to enter the Fuji realm with. I hope you love your X-T1!!!

Edit: Just looked at http://www.tomen.de/blog/  and realized it is basically (much?) the same as the scoop link I posted.

nixda Veteran Member • Posts: 5,515
Fuji X-Forum

Chad Hardy wrote:

Hello everyone, my XT-1 is on order and will be my first foray into the Fuji system. I have previously been a Sony shooter.

I was wondering if you could share your favorite sites/blogs/groups (Facebook, G+, Flickr, Youtube) for learning about the Fuji X system. I did a quick search on the forum here and didn't get a bunch of results so I thought I would ask. All links appreciated.

http://www.fujix-forum.com

It's by far the best forum to get help with and discuss technical matters and stay at the forefront of the X-system, IMHO.

But there is little drama and no flinging of insults, so it's quite boring

 nixda's gear list:nixda's gear list
Fujifilm X-E1 Fujifilm XF 14mm F2.8 R Fujifilm XF 18-55mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS Fujifilm XF 55-200mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8 +1 more
historianx
historianx Senior Member • Posts: 2,879
Re: Fuji X-Forum

None. I have better things to do like nurture my customer base, shoot, and hone my PP skills. This forum is enough for me, but only when it's civil and everyone is not trying to one-up each other with their so-called superior technical skills and unsupported, ridiculous assertions.

Speaking of this, go troll the m4/3rd forum sometime. Some have convinced themselves the latest 4/3rds Bayer sensors perform as well as APS-C Fuji X-Trans, which I find humorously deluded. Sometimes one needs a good laugh at the expense of the Fuji-hating crowd haha.

(I should add I still shoot with Olympus 4/3, but only because I need the flash system Fuji lacks for my events, as well as occasional tele reach and action shots. But when I shoot with my E-5 (which is no slouch) and my X-E1 or X100s in the studio, the difference between RAW files and overall IQ and DR from the two sensors/processors is very real. See the pic of Jess below accidentally taken at iso6400 with the Zeiss 32. I challenge ANY m4/3rd shooter to equal that.)

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Sigma dp0 Quattro Fujifilm X-Pro1 Nikon D810 Nikon D750 Fujifilm X100S +1 more
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