Announced Sep 6, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 2.8″ screen | APS-C sensor
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...Do you agree with that? I went to one of my local camera stores and there is a gentleman that has been working there for many years and he seems to know his stuff. He is in his late 60's early 70's I would say. The guy was talking to a customer and I was kind of paying attention to the type of conversation they were having. The customer asked "Should I get a camera with a lot of megapixels and what's the difference?" To make it really short, then the sales person asked the customer "do...
By: worldcup1982 (2 months ago)
Hi there. I would like to know if the histogram in X-pro 1 shows the final metering before the shot is taken in manual mode (at the time of it's release dpreview said it didnt, only in auto modes). My X-E1 only shows it with preview exposure set to on and with the option enabled i get blown preview images that in the end (in raw) are actually accurate. And to stay on topic, do newer cameras act the same way as X-E1 relating to the histogram and preview exposure as described above? thanks in...
Hello there. I have a X-E1 which i love. But i would like very much to experiment the OVF with my 23mm f2. Im guessing speed would be the same as the X-E1. Anything that i should be aware ? from some videos it seems the AF on the X-pro1 is really noisy...can anyone with experience with both câmeras share your thoughts? thanks in advance
Hello everyone! After many years of reading and admiring the a7 releases, hype, reviews and photos from afar, I'm finally excited to bite the bullet and get the a7iii! For my first lens (for travel and family holidays), I'm trying to decide between two lenses - 1. Sigma Art 35mm - I love shooting in 35mm and it's my favourite focal length. I've long anticipated the Sigma to arrive for the e mount, and it's been one of the reasons to nudge me towards finally buying an a7 iii. This is the...
By: jorgemtrevino (3 months ago)
Can anybody point me to a suitable hood for a Fujifilm XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS Lens, the one that used to be (and still is) bundled with the X-E1, X-E2/S, X-E3? The flower shaped OEM hood is too large and blocks a lot of the view on the X-Pro2 OVF. I have a 58mm aluminum vented hood (see pic) but it vignettes even without any filter on the lens, even more so with a normal, not slim, filter of any kind on the lens. I found that the shallowest part of the original hood projects 6mm from the...
If you were going to make prints up to say 8x12 or 11x14, and the prints were of mostly landscapes, mostly daylight, SOOC jpegs, with little or no PP, and you were going to use one of 2 camera and lens combos which would you choose A Fuji X-E1with an xc16x50mm 3.5-5.6 lens or a Panasonic GX8 with a 14-42mm 3.5-5.6 lens? Just curious Thanks
In the center closer to the top, there is a mark on my image. It's from the sensor as it happens with all the lenses I have. This was taken last week. Today I went to my local camera shop and bought a sensor cleaner. It did nothing as I took another image and it was still there, It only really shows up in the sky as I haven't noticed it really in other shots. So, what is this? Do I need to have the shop clean it, or time to look at a new camera(hopefully not this as I like my X-E1 too much...
By: AMSOS (4 months ago)
How has Fuji sensor tech evolved since the XE-1, to X-E2, and now to the X-Pro2 ? I am thinking particularly of the famed Fuji look, but also if there are differences in how much latitude the files have for Highlights and Shadow recovery. For those who PP heavily do you find the X-E1 generation files easier to work with over say the X-E2 gen? What about the X-Pro2 gen? While PP with Darktable I realise that greens in the background tend to shift colour and whiten up, so I am not sure how...
Hello all, I'm totally amazed by my new X-T2 after upgrading from X-E1. Just miss that lovely bounceable built-in flash though! I loved that thing!! To my question: Is there a way of viewing the histogram for only part of the image? Say I take a shot of a gray card but I couldn't fill the frame with it. In playback mode, could I zoom into it to check the exposure spike, making the camera ignore information from whatever was in the background? Been fiddling trying to get it to do it for...
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