Shooting with a 35mm ttartisan lens on xs10

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doto41
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Shooting with a 35mm ttartisan lens on xs10

Apart from shoot without lens - on, are there any other things I shoud set on the menus and where can they be found?

Will the camera Ibis work with totaly manual lenses?

Thanks

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Mr Bolton Senior Member • Posts: 1,828
Re: Shooting with a 35mm ttartisan lens on xs10

doto41 wrote:

Apart from shoot without lens - on, are there any other things I shoud set on the menus and where can they be found?

Will the camera Ibis work with totaly manual lenses?

Thanks

The IBIS will work great, just remember to set the adapter focal length to that of the lens because that setting changes how the IBIS works. On the X-H1 it's in (camera icon) shooting setting>Mount adapter setting.  This seems to matter more with longer lenses.

If you have a variety of manual lenses, you can set each one up in the menus and then use a Custom menu slot to save it.

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Mr Bolton wrote:

doto41 wrote:

Apart from shoot without lens - on, are there any other things I shoud set on the menus and where can they be found?

Will the camera Ibis work with totaly manual lenses?

Thanks

The IBIS will work great, just remember to set the adapter focal length to that of the lens because that setting changes how the IBIS works. On the X-H1 it's in (camera icon) shooting setting>Mount adapter setting. This seems to matter more with longer lenses.

If you have a variety of manual lenses, you can set each one up in the menus and then use a Custom menu slot to save it.

Do I st it by the width of the lens or by the 35mm equivalent. If I have a ttartisan 35mm for fuji, do I put 35 or 50 (52) which is the real ff focus?

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andrei1989 Regular Member • Posts: 214
Re: Thanks

doto41 wrote:

Mr Bolton wrote:

doto41 wrote:

Apart from shoot without lens - on, are there any other things I shoud set on the menus and where can they be found?

Will the camera Ibis work with totaly manual lenses?

Thanks

The IBIS will work great, just remember to set the adapter focal length to that of the lens because that setting changes how the IBIS works. On the X-H1 it's in (camera icon) shooting setting>Mount adapter setting. This seems to matter more with longer lenses.

If you have a variety of manual lenses, you can set each one up in the menus and then use a Custom menu slot to save it.

Do I st it by the width of the lens or by the 35mm equivalent. If I have a ttartisan 35mm for fuji, do I put 35 or 50 (52) which is the real ff focus?

a 35mm lens is a 35mm lens regardless of what sensor size you put behind it, so you set 35mm in the camera

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Re: Thanks

andrei1989 wrote:

doto41 wrote:

Mr Bolton wrote:

doto41 wrote:

Apart from shoot without lens - on, are there any other things I shoud set on the menus and where can they be found?

Will the camera Ibis work with totaly manual lenses?

Thanks

The IBIS will work great, just remember to set the adapter focal length to that of the lens because that setting changes how the IBIS works. On the X-H1 it's in (camera icon) shooting setting>Mount adapter setting. This seems to matter more with longer lenses.

If you have a variety of manual lenses, you can set each one up in the menus and then use a Custom menu slot to save it.

Do I st it by the width of the lens or by the 35mm equivalent. If I have a ttartisan 35mm for fuji, do I put 35 or 50 (52) which is the real ff focus?

a 35mm lens is a 35mm lens regardless of what sensor size you put behind it, so you set 35mm in the camera

thanks a lot

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Mr Bolton Senior Member • Posts: 1,828
Re: Thanks

doto41 wrote:

Mr Bolton wrote:

doto41 wrote:

Apart from shoot without lens - on, are there any other things I shoud set on the menus and where can they be found?

Will the camera Ibis work with totaly manual lenses?

Thanks

The IBIS will work great, just remember to set the adapter focal length to that of the lens because that setting changes how the IBIS works. On the X-H1 it's in (camera icon) shooting setting>Mount adapter setting. This seems to matter more with longer lenses.

If you have a variety of manual lenses, you can set each one up in the menus and then use a Custom menu slot to save it.

Do I st it by the width of the lens or by the 35mm equivalent. If I have a ttartisan 35mm for fuji, do I put 35 or 50 (52) which is the real ff focus?

You set it to the focal length printed on the lens.

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Re: Shooting with a 35mm ttartisan lens on xs10

doto41 wrote:

Apart from shoot without lens - on, are there any other things I shoud set on the menus and where can they be found?

Will the camera Ibis work with totaly manual lenses?

Thanks

I recommend you to close the lens to f/2 because at faster apertures IQ is subpar in my opinion, but at f/2 IQ becomes very good.

Nonetheless I like the lens a lot when you consider its weight and price. As I said, IMO at f/2 produces images as good as the 6 times more expensive 35mm f/1.4 (but without autofocus of course)

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Re: Shooting with a 35mm ttartisan lens on xs10

Photography Raptor wrote:

doto41 wrote:

Apart from shoot without lens - on, are there any other things I shoud set on the menus and where can they be found?

Will the camera Ibis work with totaly manual lenses?

Thanks

I recommend you to close the lens to f/2 because at faster apertures IQ is subpar in my opinion, but at f/2 IQ becomes very good.

Nonetheless I like the lens a lot when you consider its weight and price. As I said, IMO at f/2 produces images as good as the 6 times more expensive 35mm f/1.4 (but without autofocus of course)

Thanks a lot, I can't wait for it to arrive and to start experimenting with it. I've seen a little softness in the 1.4 but would love to try myself of course.

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