Announced Sep 6, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 2.8″ screen | APS-C sensor
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By: dixharp (2 months ago)
If we go to "Select custom settings" in the menu of an X-series camera we get a list of seven (on my cameras anyway - on some it might be fewer, on others more) custom presets, with, on the right, a little icon showing which film simulation has been chosen for each (By, Br, STD, V, S etc..). On my three cameras I've set one of the function buttons to access this list quickly. On my X-E1, if I click the function button for the "Select custom settings" list those little icons show up on the...
By: Macro guy (3 months ago)
I'm looking to get a walk around camera and I'm sort of leaning towards the X100 or the X-E series. The things that are important to me are a viewfinder (electronic or optical). The resolution doesn't really matter and I don't want to pay much more than $350, although I'll go as far as $500 if need be. The X100 (original) seems just about right, but the X-E seems to be a bit more flexible since it accepts interchangeable lenses and adapted lenses. The X100 can be had for around $350 with...
The customer to whom I have just sold my x-T1 turned on the camera to find the lcd displaying a sort of static noise on the screen. The lens cap is on, obviously, but I’ve never noticed this before, nor does my x-E1 or x-pro2 show the same effect. He says the image with the cap off also look a lot grainier than his x-e2. I hand delivered the package so can’t blame transport damage. I’m at a loss as to know why this should be. Any suggestions would be welcome because I’ve already spent the...
Since I haven't been able to hold one, I wonder if current X-E3 owners could clarify: 1. Does the shutter speed dial rotate through 360 degrees, or does it stop at each end of its travel (i.e. can you turn it straight from B to A in one click, for example?). 2. The eyepiece: is it like that on the X-E1, 2 and 2s, and covered with a flexible rubber (albeit non-removable), or like the X-T10 and 20, where it looks like rubber and feels like rubber to the skin, but is actually hard plastic with...
Raw Photo Processor is a raw convertor to which I come back time and again, for its unique rendering. It is not good for everything, but often it works exceedingly well. I use it with my old X-E1. I noticed that the RPP webpage has not been updated since 2014, and the newer Fuji cameras (X-Pro2, X-T2 etc.) are apparently not supported. Has anyone nevertheless got it to work satisfactorily with the X-Trans III sensor?
I have been debating the idea of getting a second newer body to complement my X-T1 (I do have an X-E1 but rarely use it, will probably sell it). I use film bracketing a lot, but have always lamented the fact that the X-T1 can't shoot RAW along with the jpegs. Today I was reading through the firmware updates on the X-T2 (scintillating stuff, I tell ya), and noticed that in fw version 2.00, it states that the X-T2 can now shoot RAWS while in film sim bracketing mode (as well as the other...
I am looking to pick up a 35mm MF lens to use on my X-E1. The Voigtlander Color-Skopar 35mm caught my eye as an M mount version can be had for under $300, it's compact and it looks kind of classic. I am wondering anyone using this lens on an APS-C camera? Is it any good? Would the Ultron f1.7 version be better(cost $50 more on vs the SKopar on ebay in an L mount variant)? Thank you.
I am looking to pick up a 35mm MF lens to use on my Fuji X-E1 and Voigtlander Color-Skopar 35mm caught my eye as an M mount version can be had for under $300 and it's compact. I am wondering anyone using this lens on an APS-C camera? Is it any good? Would the Ultron f1.7 version be better(cost about the same price too at least off ebay for the L mount version)? Thank you.
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