Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8
Announced Jun 25, 2013 •
Prime lens | Fujifilm X | 16389123, 16401581
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Hey guys, I've been using the X-E2 for a while now with 18/2.0 and 27/2.8.I do not want to lug around too much gear and like to focus on 2-3 prime lenses. On my film bodies, my wide normal walk-around lenses were in the range of 35mm to 40mm: Olympus OMs: 24mm, 40mm, 85mm Leica M2/Voigtländer R2m: no wide, 35mm, 50mm I mostly shoot candid scenes from landscape to street photography. As a general purpose lens, the 40mm equivalent often feels a bit too narrow for me, therefore I consider...
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...
Hi folks, just to be sure... Maybe there is an owner of the lens who knows... I just received a new Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8 . When I attach it to the camera and switch the camera to automatic mode, the lens is permanently focussing and defocussing and it seems the aperture changes. Am I right this is a dysfunction? I would expect focussing only when I touch the button to take a picture.... With the kit lens the behaviour is normal. Thanks for answering!
Has anyone out there had experience in using X-E1/X-E2 for studio portrait photography. I have both X-E1 and X-E2, along with the 18-55mm, 27mm, 56mm, 50-230mm lenses. Could anyone give me a few tips regarding basic camera/lens settings for me to use as a starting point and progress from there. Thanks, limerigger
Looking for a good bag for an X-E2 with only the 27mm, for times when I want to have a compact camera with me vs the entire kit (18-55, 55-200, EF-X20, filters, etc.) So far I tried the LowePro Adventura Ultra Zoom 100, which seemed pretty good, had a place for an extra battery, but seemed a bit bulky for this minimal setup. Thanks! --Amnon Govrinwww.spacepirations.comwww.astronauts4hire.org
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