Announced Jan 9, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, I'm sorry if this has been asked and/or answered before. I've looked around over here but couldn't find any answers. Since I upgraded my X-t1 to 5.00, I can't get HSS to work with my Cactus V6 II and the RF60's. For sure it has to do with the camera's software (I can't seem to find forced flash in the flash menu anymore). I was wondering if there's a work around or something else I need to change. The whole setup works perfectly fine with my X-Pro1, so it has nothing to do with the...
By: happysun (1 week ago)
It is common sense that one gains 1 f-stop in light when using a focal reducer like the Zhongyi Lens Turbo II or the Metabones Speedbooster with a full frame lens as compared to using the same lens with a normal adaptor. But compared to a full frame camera what would be the result? Otherwise stated, does one looses one 1 f-stop when using a "normal" adaptor with a full frame lens on an ASP-C sensor compared to using the same lens without an adaptor on a full frame camera? Following...
By: MVD (1 week ago)
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People are always talking about selling their stuff to get different stuff or to upgrade, I'm wondering if there are any sites I don't know about to do this. I have some Fuji lenses I might want to sell and an X-Pro1 & X-T1 I might want to sell to upgrade. Other than eBay, any suggestions? I know Amazon has a trade-in for credit, but it's not great, and places like B & H offer even less. Suggestions appreciated-- --Thanks,Michael
I've recently acquired an X-Pro 1 camera body, and is wondering if its still a excellent camera when compared to the recent entries. I'm currently using Canon 70D with mainly 10-18 and 50 STM, and i think the X-Pro 1 might "complement" very well with this set up if i throw in the XF 27 pancake? (For those who have previously used the X-Pro 1 and XF 27, would you recommend this combo and if there's a more recommended lens combination for the X-Pro 1? If i do decide to use the X-Pro 1, i would...
Hello, I was out with my kids yesterday and took some photos withy my x-Pro2. When I was reviewing the images at home I was shocked about the results with higher ISOs. The faces look very unnatural to me, something I never saw with my X-Pro1 or Canon 5DII. Is that what I have to expect from such an advanced camera? Or did I do something wrong? I truly cannot believe that this is what comes out of a 2016 camera. I truly loved the X-Pro1 and at first is was happy with the newer model,...
Hi guys, I"m a beginner photographer and I have been using the OMD EM10 for about a year. As for lenses, I used lots of them, the 12-50, 14-42, 25.8, 45.8. But I ended up with the 12-40 2.8 zoom as my only lens. I dont think it's too badly balanced on my EM10 with the grip on. So, the issue or me are two things. 1. I would like a little better background seperation. While I know the 45.8 is pretty good at that, I found it slightly too tight for everyday usage, and I would rather not switch...
I have just bought a second hand (mint) X-PRO1. I am struggling with the EVF and wondering if this is normal (known limitation or an issue with my unit). I wear glasses when shooting, so I do not need any diopter correction on the camera. Everything is fine with the OVF. When I switch to EVF, the image is out of focus. When I remove my glasses, the image improved (while I can't see anything on the OVF). It sounds to me that the EVF is too close for me to focus on it (with my glasses). I am...
Hi everyone, I just picked up a used X-Pro 1 with the 18-55 f2.8-4 zoom a couple of weeks ago as my everyday camera. I find the kit to be remarkably versatile, plus with the latest firmware, it focuses decently fast. I'm just curious though, should I invest in any of the primes? About the only reason I'd want one is because the kit protrudes out significantly when using the OVF. I like the small form factor of the 18mm f2, plus 28mm is my best and favourite focal length. But on the other...
By: HaoAndHui (2 months ago)
I'm using Olympus OMD and Panasonic Lumix at the same time for street photography, for a usual scene with people in foreground and buildings in background, multi point auto focus, OMD tends to blindly focus on background which has more colorful contrast compared to people in foreground, which is reasonable based on the algorithm of contrast detection auto focus, but Lumix tends to lock on the people in foreground. I saw reviews saying X-Pro2 improved AF a lot compared to X-Pro1, also there's...
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