Announced Jan 9, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I've seen this info about the OVF on the X-Pro1 and X-Pro2: ■FUJIFILM X-Pro1With Zoom lenses： 18mm～60mmWith Prime lenses： 14mm～60mm ■FUJIFILM X-Pro2With Zoom lenses： 18mm～140mmWith Prime lenses： 14mm～90mm I own an X-Pro1 and an XF 16mm so I know that the 14mm claim is pretty much untrue. It "works" about as well as trying to frame up an image with the OVF turned off and only relying on whatever you can see through the viewfinder window. Focusing at anything nearby offsets the image compared...
I've had a quick look around the interwebs today and so far have not found any documents listing parts with their manufacturing part numbers or any drawings etc. That's probably just my poor Google-fu. Has anyone here encountered such things? If so then I'd appreciate a hint - or a link.
OK, kind of stupid question but can't find it out my self. First, during the pentaprism era one could use a flash as an fill flash or in totally manual mode, just seeing what was happening thru the mentioned pentaprism. Now as the progress has evolved and all kind of automation is everywhere I can't use a flash (AD200) in TTL mode with the GFX TTL in manual mode (SS125 f8). OK, I can but can't see a thing thru the EVF or on the screen. Focusing and composing is a total quess work. And it is a...
By: ragbasti (4 months ago)
Hey there, long-time reader, first time poster. I've got a few Minolta Lenses I can call my own and have the possibility to test them out with a metabones speedbooster ultra in the near future. Now there is a big question I am asking myself: With the "correction" of the crop factors that the speedbooster offers, do I have to make any changes to the in-camera settings for the mount adapter settings? Or do I just leave everything as is? Ultimately, I'm not sure, if that setting actually does...
Hey all Looking at data/comparisons of EVFs. Trying to find something on paper which can correlate my experience of using EVF for fast manual focusing legacy lenses Limited, but goes like tis.... Fujifilm XPro1 - Terrible, too laggy unusable for my style XT1 - heck loads better. But not good enough, especially in duller conditions EM10 - Similar to XT1, but without so many MF aids EM10ii - Just perfect! Can focus quickly, EVF keeps up with me so I can manual focus fast and the response in the...
On the X-Pro1, when you used OVF and took a photo it would quickly change the display to EVF and show you the image, so you could "chimp" the image without pulling away from your eye. With OVF this could be important as it's not always WYSIWYG. For the life of me, after having it for over a year (and admittedly mostly using EVF) I cannot find the same setting for the X-Pro2. Is there a way to make it so I can see the image in the OVF viewfinder after I shoot a frame? While I'm here - I don't...
Hi all, I am quite interested in the Fuji X system since I primarily want to work with primes (35mm and 56mm and perhaps a 16/18mm). I am an enthusiast who shoots travel, landscape, candids, portraits and street. While I don't shoot much action I am looking to get something that reliably lets me get running children shots and other such slow action scenarios. -While the new X-E3 looks ideal for my purposes, I am wondering if I can't go cheaper so I can put my money on the lenses. How about...
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