Fujifilm X-E1

Announced Sep 6, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 2.8 screen | APS-C sensor
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Dear all, I'm in the midst of upgrading my Fuji gear from an X-E1 to either an X-E2s, and X-E3 or perhaps and X-T20 (thanks to those below who gave good, if diverging suggestions on that choice!) The other camera change I want to make this round is to add a pocket camera that can go with me on bike rides and all those more casual moments when I'm not actually grabbing the camera bag. My local camera store (Hunt's, for those of you in the Boston area) has pointed me at the growing number of 1"...
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Any real world experience with both? My photography: mostly while hiking, some around town/street stuff, some family memories. My lenses: 18-55mm, an XC 50-230, dropped on a mountainside last summer and now a bit iffy, and 27mm pancake. I've been mostly using an m43 kit for hiking for the weight -- an Olympus OM-D 10 (mark 1) with the two Olympus kit zooms and a Panasonic 20mm, for a sub 2 lb package.  I'm thinking about dropping that to use an X-E, the new XC15-45 or the 16-50 plus the...
By: Derek49 (2 months ago)
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Can anyone recommend a small pouch case with shoulder strap to fit an X-E1 with the 27mm lens ? Thanks
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If we go to "Select custom settings" in the menu of an X-series camera we get a list of seven (on my cameras anyway - on some it might be fewer, on others more) custom presets, with, on the right, a little icon showing which film simulation has been chosen for each (By, Br, STD, V, S etc..). On my three cameras I've set one of the function buttons to access this list quickly.  On my X-E1, if I click the function button for the "Select custom settings" list those little icons show up on the...
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I'm looking to get a walk around camera and I'm sort of leaning towards the X100 or the X-E series.  The things that are important to me are a viewfinder (electronic or optical).  The resolution doesn't really matter and I don't want to pay much more than $350, although I'll go as far as $500 if need be. The X100 (original) seems just about right, but the X-E seems to be a bit more flexible since it accepts interchangeable lenses and adapted lenses. The X100 can be had for around $350 with...
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The customer to whom I have just sold my x-T1 turned on the camera to find the lcd displaying a sort of static noise on the screen. The lens cap is on, obviously, but I’ve never noticed this before, nor does my x-E1 or x-pro2 show the same effect. He says the image with the cap off also look a lot grainier than his x-e2. I hand delivered the package so can’t blame transport damage. I’m at a loss as to know why this should be. Any suggestions would be welcome because I’ve already spent the...
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Since I haven't been able to hold one, I wonder if current X-E3 owners could clarify: 1.  Does the shutter speed dial rotate through 360 degrees, or does it stop at each end of its travel (i.e. can you turn it straight from B to A in one click, for example?). 2.  The eyepiece: is it like that on the X-E1, 2 and 2s, and covered with a flexible rubber (albeit non-removable), or like the X-T10 and 20, where it looks like rubber and feels like rubber to the skin, but is actually hard plastic with...
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Raw Photo Processor is a raw convertor to which I come back time and again, for its unique rendering. It is not good for everything, but often it works exceedingly well. I use it with my old X-E1. I noticed that the RPP webpage has not been updated since 2014, and the newer Fuji cameras (X-Pro2, X-T2 etc.) are apparently not supported. Has anyone nevertheless got it to work satisfactorily with the X-Trans III sensor?
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I have been debating the idea of getting a second newer body to complement my X-T1 (I do have an X-E1 but rarely use it, will probably sell it). I use film bracketing a lot, but have always lamented the fact that the X-T1 can't shoot RAW along with the jpegs. Today I was reading through the firmware updates on the X-T2 (scintillating stuff, I tell ya), and noticed that in fw version 2.00, it states that the X-T2 can now shoot RAWS while in film sim bracketing mode (as well as the other...
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I am looking to pick up a 35mm MF lens to use on my X-E1. The Voigtlander Color-Skopar 35mm caught my eye as an M mount version can be had for under $300, it's compact and it looks kind of classic. I am wondering anyone using this lens on an APS-C camera? Is it any good? Would the Ultron f1.7 version be better(cost $50 more on vs the SKopar on ebay in an L mount variant)? Thank you.
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