Announced Sep 6, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 2.8″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi all, Hoping you can help me. I'm looking to get a couple speed lights for my fuji kit xt2 & a XE1. What I'm looking for is radio trigger and speeds lights that are compatible with fuji? I'm happy for the flash to be manual and don't need TTL. Any suggestions would be appreciated? --WickedSquidLearning every click of the shutter
Hi All, Firstly I'm fairly new to the forum and photography in general. I recently moved from using a point and shoot to buying a X-E1 then have recently received an X-T2 as present from my wife. Anyway I was looking through some photos on the site and found the black background look in these pictures a really cool effect (specially as my wife is also expecting). Black background Would anyone be able to explain how you achieve this look? --WickedSquidLearning every click of the shutter
Hello there, I have been a Fuji user for the last 3 years and loved the IQ. Had both the X-E1 and X-T1 along with the 18-55, 55-200, 35 and 60mm lenses. However I was finding them not being used and the AF speed resulted in frustrations while taking sports / wildlife as well as kids and pets. Now I realized that I need a good travel zoom lens with the best that i can afford f number. So the entire Fuji kit has been sold. I narrowed on the D500, a6300 and the X-T2. with similar zoom lenses w/...
By: Batdude (3 weeks ago)
Posted to: Nikon FX SLR (DF, D1-D5, D600-D800) Talk
I had a wonderful time shooting with the D4 at a volleyball tournament. The camera is amazing when it comes to AF performance and not to mention battery life. These bodies simply don't disappoint. But, to be honest, I was expecting more out of a FF sensor regarding IQ. I have asked several times if anyone has compared the IQ of an older 16MP FF sensor to a newer sensor in the D500. I don't know, but the images out of my new used D4 simply don't blow my mind away or they are nothing to say...
Posted to: Nikon DX SLR (D40-D90, D3000-D7200) Talk
I'm sorry folks, but after a few weeks of using my new used D4 I am not in love with the skin tones, and it's over all color output. My fuji XT1 and XE1 produce much nicer reacher pleasant tones. The D7200 does not have an AA filter and I'm wondering if this camera is producing nicer/richer looking tones than the older D4. Does anybody here have a D4 or something similar to that sensor with the AA filter and a D7200 without the AA filter that can see a difference? My D4 is damn bloody fast,...
I'm sorry folks, but after a few weeks of using my new used D4 I am not in love with the skin tones, and it's over all color output. My fuji XT1 and XE1 produce much nicer pleasant tones. I was wondering if anybody here has taken portrait photos (of people) with a D500 by now?? The D500 does not have an AA filter and I'm wondering if this camera is producing nicer/richer looking tones, along with it's "new" sensor. Does anybody have any other FF camera along with the D500 where you have or...
By: Expat Nomad (1 month ago)
Posted to: Micro Four Thirds Talk
Having trouble finding the answer, so will throw the question out to this forum: I currently have Fuji and M 4/3, and low ISO IQ and smooth tones are very important to me. I do have some issues with my GM1 (even using the mechanical shutter). If no ISO 100, I am thinking of either the GX85, or E-M10 (or the Fuji X10). From what I know of the X-E1, the overall IQ is higher for stills, but of course, the video on the M 4/3 gear is much better....
The size of the company, the look of the bodies, the lenses, the IQ output, the AF, the price, the technology in it? I started shooting with a nikon D200. Really liked that camera IQ for portraits. When CMOS came out in nikon i think their image quality also changed dramatically, for worse. I then got the D7000 and used for three years, then sold it for a fuji S5 pro, and oh my god, things just changed for me right there. I fell in love with fuji CCD sensors. Later on I got a XE1, and...
Ok I know this sounds like an odd question. I have a X-T10 which I like (have had the X-E1, X-E2) and own the 14mm, 35mm1.4, 18-55mm, 27mm and the 18mm. I have been thinking of purchasing the X-T2 which of course is $1600 and the 23mm used is around $650 or so ... new $899.. I understand that the focusing system in the X-T2 is much better especially for action. I don't shoot sports mainly family photos, may get into weddings after I retire and landscape.So I gather the increase focusing IQ is...
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