atoniolin

atoniolin

Joined on Apr 13, 2018

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  • You literally said you love shooting in low light. XF 16mm F1.4 R WR. Done and dusted. X-H1 + 16/1.4 is still quite light. The 2.8 will be smaller, cheaper, lighter, but you would want the 1.4 for ...
  • +1 Flippy screen please! X-T100 has it. Even a D5600 has it. FFS, FUJI!

  • Yeah, I said this too, but apparently some people here hate flippy screens. Touchscreen on the Fuji's are a joke. No where near an iPhone screen, so I rather take a flippy, non-touch screen than a...

  • Lol. Problem with selfies much? If you don't take them it's fine, just walk away.

    I'm not saying X-T100 should be your main cam, I have an XH1 for that. Just it's NOT EASY to take selfies with a...

  • Sigh..no flippy screen for much needed selfies.. Time to hunt for a XT100 sale! :-D

  • It's true. But some photographers prefer lower contrast colors, so to each their own. :-)
  • Yeah, in that case, you'll need a slightly bigger bag. I would also consider the cheap Amazon Basics bag. https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Large-Gadget-Orange-interior/dp/B00CF5OHZ2/
  • I got a relatively cheap Format 160. You can carry the X-H1 with 1 attached lens and 2 more lenses. Fits up to 16-55 and 55-200. 50-140 or 100-400 might not fit. It's pretty weatherproof and has ...
  • +1 50-140 is a viable option with the X-H1 provided it's for serious gigs and you don't mind carrying a 1kg lens and a 700g body.. Price aside, it was the weight that ultimately let met to delay ...
  • I don't own the 18-55 anymore and never owned the 10-24. IIRC, the 18-55 still emits motor noise loud enough to be captured by the internal mic. In your case, 16-55 may be your best bet. Or.. this ...
  • 56 is has less contrast and thus less vivid and concentrated colors. It becomes a preference thing. To me, I like both and I could use color profiles to get the rendering I want. But websites ...
  • Hi, yes the 16-55 is the best prime zoom for video IF your gimbal can stand the weight of the H1+16-55 combo (about 1.3kg). That's the road for zooms. But if you can work with primes, the 23/2 or ...
  • I have both the 56 and 90. Most people will ask you to specify how you like your portraits; do you do it indoors in a studio or do you do it outdoors with natural light or flash? For me, if I had ...
  • Replied in What is this?
    Yeah I think a q-tip is OK for cleaning the sensor. I'm not too worried about scratching it. Plus, the there is a layer of glass on top of the light sensor, it's not like you're literally ...
  • I have both lenses. Just replying to the OP, I think you know that the 56/1.2 will be limiting for your uses. I would definitely not recommend it for your use case. The wide aperture does not ...
  • Can confirm this happens to me too.
  • Replied in What is this?
    As the previous two have said, it is probably dust on the sensor . You should be able to see it (because the particle is large enough) if it is causing a grey spot. Otherwise tilt the camera under ...
  • Replied in X-T30 Coming
    I use D-pad to select the color profile, AF setting (single point, zone, tracking), electronic level and white balance. Yeah, it could be done in the menus, but I like it there. Please keep both ...
  • Replied in X-T30 Coming
    Subbed. I need it to complement the X-H1. I also WANT A X-T100 FLIPPY SELFIE SCREEN. If it has X-T3 sensor + 100% PDAF coverage + flippy screen => take my money, Fuji.
  • +1 to what he said. But for me, I shoot uncompressed because most of the time, when I reach home and I've viewed the JPEGs, I get rid of the RAWs. Most of the photos are casual, family and friends ...
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