Announced Nov 24, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 24 – 624 mm (26×)
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Good morning all Thanks for any information on this forum I've just bought an Fujifilm X-t1 and my quetion is on flashguns. I own a Sigma EF-610 DGST which I bought for a Canon 1000D. Its budget but does a decent job. Now I assumed this was just for a Canon as stated. Now a friend of mine who i can class as a professional said Im incorrect as most flashguns will fit any camera bar Minolta( i think he said) as the horseshoe is a standard fitting. So i tried it out on my Fuji X-S1 bridge...
I recently escaped from Canon land to Fujiland. I am in the process of rebuilding my equipment arsenal. I began with the X-PRO 1 AND THE 16-50 OIS. I just purchased the amazing 56 1.2. My every day user is a Fuji X-S1 which has it all for my needs. The Xpro will be my walk-around camera. What are your thoughts on the outft? What really stands out about this board is the creative interaction between members. I hope I can contribute to this board.
I hope a fellow X-S1 user can answer this question. I was taking photos with my X-S1 yesterday, when I decided to adjust the size of the focus box. I must have hit a wrong button. Now, instead of the resizable box, I have just a cross (+) at the focus point and I can’t figure out how to get back to the little focus box. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I’m considering doing a reset. Thanks. J
Hi there, I've recently purchased a canon 550d with 55mm to 250mm lens after selling my Fuji x-s1 ( a truly fantastic versatile camera) I'm finding it a little restrictive not having the wider angle I previously had. My grey matter started ticking and remembered I had some old lenses in the back of the cupboard 5 in all, 2 prakticar mount, 2 M42 mount and an om mount (too much fungus to be useable). I've taken a few pics with the lenses just held up to the camera with reasonable results so is...
My son is a college student and photo-hobbyist. His camera is a Fujifilm X-S1 and although it can capture RAW images, he prefers shooting JPEGs. His birthday is coming up and he has hinted that he would like a more advanced photo organizer-editor than the one he has been using (Fastone), so I'm thinking of buying him Adobe Lightroom for his birthday. My question is whether or not Lightroom is a sensible choice for a hobbyist who just shoots JPEGs?
Caveats: I recently acquired an X-Pro 1. I'm new to processing X-Trans files, and while I've worked on X10 and X-S1 files in the past, I've usually done so in unconventional manner (extracting data using dcraw and working with the resulting TIFFs) so I've generally been learning things in more of an ad-hoc fashion than systematically. So I may use the wrong terms, and would be glad for correction of any sort. Setup: I processed some RAFs in RawTherapee yesterday. The good news: I could get...
Hello everyone, First post in here, i've been reading some reviews a few years ago and now again as i'm wondering if i should do the jump from a bridge to a DSLR. I'm a complete newb, i must admit. I enjoy taking pictures of birds mostly with my X-S1. BUT...my concern is i'm too far, even with the 26x. But since i'm a complete newb i am probably missing something, like most people don't really shoot much further away than 600mm, it's just that they "zoom" digitally afterward and keep a good...
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