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landscape edition

Don't forget to post photos!
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Fujibros.... Got myself a LingLing prime to emulate that film feeling even more but so many pictures turn out to have missed focus. In particular I always seem to screw up my infinite focus. Getting on a target is easy but when I set it to f8 + infinity there's a 80% chance I missed focus.
Is manual focusing a meme? Even the crappiest AF lenses I have used such as the early gen 35mm and the pancake nail it pretty much everytime.
Pic related is a great example. I saw a rainbow, shot it, a friend even remarked how crisp the image looked in camera.

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>>3916608
>I set it to f8 + infinity there's a 80% chance I missed focus.
you can focus beyond infinity
google hyperfocal distance. you only need to set your focus to about 15m away and your entire scene will be in focus at f/8
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Voigtlander X-Mount lenses coming soon
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>>3916637
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Xe3 or xe4?
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>>3916645
xt3
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Friends, what are your favourite "set it and forget it" film sim settings? I've been playing around with mine lately and haven't settled in something yet
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>>3916654
https://fujixweekly.com/2020/06/20/fujifilm-x100v-film-simulation-recipe-fujicolor-reala-100

By far my favorite film sim, looks great in almost all situations and very unique.
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>>3916648
I want something lightweight
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Are worms really an issue?
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>>3916656
xs10
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>>3916659
yes fuji sucks ass don't buy one, also this general can infect your camera so you should leave and not come back.
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Reasons to get a GFX? The pics they take look good.
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>>3916659
Only on sony cameras.
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>>3916608
honestly the missed focus could help you with the film emulation. i sometimes end up blurring some overly sharp images in post
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x100t, pro-mist, meme
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>>3916637
Damn this looks really good, their M-mount lenses already feel at home on Fujis. They'll get my money immediately if they can pull off a small ~23f2.
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>>3916676
The grain here is really nice
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I got an X100s yesterday for a bargain. So far I am still working with RAW and using my typical processing techniques with the files, but I would like to get to a place where I am getting results with the JPEG engine

>>3916676
is the lack of detail here completely from post processing or is it partially due to a heavy crop? either way, really nice!!

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>>3916686
was surprised at the DR of this camera in the highlights. Also my favorite feature beyond its size is the ability to have a live histogram overlaid in an optical viewfinder. I have been shooting exclusively with the OVF so far.

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Look at all the worms
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>>3916680
>>3916689
thanks! i lazily ripped my compressed facebook version of this shot (fuck the 5mb limits lol), so it could just be a lucky artifact. or it could be me opting out to only shooting wide open with a promist filter always on, not using any sharpening in lightroom and reducing the dehaze slider... anyway heres the full file
>https://mega.nz/file/UxgwRDZZ#TXvsvI7T4TosizgzNJTvTGEfkNEFFRMrcYBLgtOAb_o
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this is the most film like picture I've seen

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>>3916668
1) to fill your consoomerist desires.
2) you do prints and want the highest possible image quality that isn't some complete meme device (GFX is cheaper than high end fool frame cameras)
3) for landscaping maybe?

GFX 100S for example is the camera with the highest possible image quality you can casually take with you like you would bring a DSLR.
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>>3916707
Did you apply sharpening to this?
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i want x-s10 but with dials from x-t series. Is that too much to ask?
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>>3916714
If the 50 behind the 100mp in real life applications? I saw two pics and they don't differ much from the other.
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>>3916719
Of course, but not much, that was f11 or something like that
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>>3916706
This is honestly beautiful my man. I'm thinking of switching from Canon to Fuji and this is one of the best advertisements I've seen for Fuji.
Can you go back to the same scene and capture it in different colors? I recommend it, a gold hour (or weird lighting, maybe even hdr mid day) pic at this place could be gorgeous.
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>>3916738
Jokes on you, it was canon glass.
Don’t switch shit, this shot could be done with eos 350d and 18-55 (the first one).

Get a tripod, one of those cheap chinese timer-release-cables and go out.
I guarantee you can take better pictures with what you have now.
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>>3916745
I "want" a mirrorless and that rangefinder small form factor body. I have made better photographs with a cheap phone that I probably could not have made with my DSLR. It isn't about better images, but I do like the idea of mirrorless generally getting better focus.
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The xf 23mm f2. I think I'd like to purchase one
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>>3916662
Can you retard speak me on why the xs10 over the xe4?
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>>3916709
Care to share some specs/editing tips? I've been shooting more film recently and am trying to revamp my digital process to match film products. I lower clarity/texture/dehaze, boost contrast but lower highlights and heighten shadows, and add some grain, but like >>3916711 said this is the most filmlike I've seen.
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>>3916748
Faster focus is a meme, my 20+ yo eos3 is generally as fast if not faster.
But i get what you’re getting at- I chose fuji because it’s a small, “throw in the bag” kind of camera.
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>>3916751
honestly... i dont really know, for the last year i wasnt shooting my camera all that much, i was just sitting quarantined and focused on experimenting with lightroom trying to get a look i had in my mind.

but i think - processing wise - a lot of grain (this edit is set to 50/50/50 in Lr); not being afraid of the calibration section (and i mean it, just try to push the blue primary saturation to +100 once, youll see how much magic it can do - of course just try it once, i wouldnt suggest using it at 100 all the time); and a lot of local adjustments (or some graduated filters) used with the range mask set to luminance (you can then use dehaze only on the lightest parts of the shot; you can then also push some parts of the image more than the usual sliders do without having to do too much masking - useful to reduce the dynamic range a bit)

other than that its just a stock x100t, promist filter stacked with a diy promist filter (black spray paint on a uv filter, hehe), lightroom.
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>>3916766
almost forgot - classic chrome profile for the fuji memers and crop to 2.35:1 for best results
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>>3916766
ty anon, will try to remember to post results here once I play around with this.
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>>3916722
It's double the resolution and the lenses make full use of it.
If you ever go for a medium format camera you're going to want it anyway. Otherwise it's like getting one of those ecoboost Mustangs
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>>3916724
Man, I'm pretty sure it is oversharpened
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>>3916608
>Is manual focusing a meme?
yes.
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>>3916813
Nonsense, it's fine.
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>>3916813
not him but you applied wayyyyyyy too much. fine for instagram i guess though
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>>3916835
>>3916838
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x-s10
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>>3916835
There's obvious haloing around edges, and the foliage is a high frequency mess.
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>>3916843
>foliage is a high frequency mess
The fuck is that supposed to mean, cuck?
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>>3916721
>i want x-s10 but with dials from x-t series. Is that too much to ask?
so.... you want an xt4?
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>>3916852
That means he didn’t take a photo in few years, sees a oversharpened fuji tranny image but NO WORMS!
His tiny brain can’t compute that shit so he spergs few random words to sound knowledgeable. But he’s just a sad, sad nophoto.

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>>3916863
He wants an x-h1
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>>3916750
ibis is the big one, other than that: ergonomics, articulating screen, etc
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>>3916655
kind of looks like a cheap old digicam. not a huge fan.
>>3916608
get used to zooming in to nail focus when manual focusing. it's the only surefire way to get it.
>>3916706
nice scene but too much sharpening. things look funky.
>>3916707
yikes way too much sharpening/structure>>3916709
>and reducing the dehaze slider
gonna say that's it.
>>3916721
sounds like you'll like the X-H2 when it comes out.
>>3916749
get one used, they're like $300.
>>3916835
lol are you smoking crack? is that what you do? you smoke crack?
>>3916866
oversharpened, low res, and gross.
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day two with the X100s. I am not sure how people get this thing to produce cool lofi JPGs because when I tweak it and apply a film sim, it seems to have a very minor effect to the final image.

I like its size and how quiet it is. I think it produces nice images. But I am coming from a full frame Nikon DSLR which produces significantly better images with more depth, more exposure latitude, and which stand up to editing far better. My immediate reaction is that I prefer my Nikon with a 28mm lens for street shooting in every way other than the bulky size.

I'll keep this for another week or two though and see if I change my mind or learn more about the camera.

Also, how do you guys maximize battery on this thing? I was out shooting today, kept the camera "on" but was only using OVF and the battery died within an hour.

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>>3917001
portra color profile applied in lightroom. I shot RAW+JPG with a Highlights -2, Shadows -2, Sharpening 0, color 0, and NEG HI film sim but found them to be no more interesting or hi-quality than most other cameras JPG output.

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>>3917004

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>>3917001
>how do you guys maximize battery on this thing
Just keep it off when you're not actively shooting or composing. It turns on pretty fast. I came from an old SLR to a new fuji recently and it took me a while to learn the new habit.
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>>3917001
Also, pick up a second battery.
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>>3916887
too big senpai. x-s10 is cute and small
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>>3916655
Unfortunately I don't have classic neg on my XT-2y
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>>3917148
https://fujixweekly.com/2018/08/19/my-fujifilm-x-pro2-kodachrome-ii-film-simulation-recipe/
My sim of choice.

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>>3917148
Try it out with classic chrome, I don't have some x-t4 camera settings but they still work out well.
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fujifilm makes me happy. thank you bros for your help :)
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The XTrans 2 sensor is the best. Don't @ me.
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>>3917210
Yeah, maybe youre right. for me its a tie between the first one and second one. but thats could as well just be my nostalgia
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the x-s10 is damn good
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>>3917462
it's pretty nifty. i wish it had the manual dials though
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>>3917538
Get an x-h1
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>>3916670
have you ever seen Jordan and Chris filming around town?
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https://www.dpreview.com/news/8320357302/cosina-unveils-700-voigtlander-nokton-35mm-f1-2-for-fujifilm-x-system-cameras

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>>3917575
of course it's $700.
why are the sample photos such oversharpened garbage?
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>>3917575
I recommend a Cosina Voigtlander Ultron 40mm F2 SL for M42 + an off-brand focal reducer.
The Nikon/Canon EF/Pentax K 2nd revision (SL II) lenses are much more popular, and have proven results from many more people, with identical optics to the first version.
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>>3916790
most people aren't going to want it. You're still getting all the advantages of the sensor size with the 50mp version. 100mp files are going to just be extra pain unless you need to print at that size
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>>3917161
cute graffiti :)
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>>3917597
GFX100S gives you true 16bit RAW. People are buying them because of it, not because of 100mp.
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>>3916604
Hi, I'm looking for a wider angle fuji lens, and was thinking either about 18 f/2.8 or 16 f/2. How are they? The f1.4 lenses are older right? I have the 35 1.4 and it's focus motor is considerably slower and louder than the newer lenses, so I'm not sure if extra light is that much worth it.
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>>3916604
>landscape
>asp-c
get out of here
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>>3917840
save up for the 16-55

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>>3917862
Holy shit you people are insufferable
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>>3917901
>responding to weak bait
why?

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>filmfriend finally getting sick of film
>want to get modern digital camera
>don't give a fuck about raw
>appeal of shooting sims and not needing to do much else in post sounds heavenly
>hate using screens (both on the back of cameras and in EVF)
>in a perfect world I'd never need to look at a screen when using a digital camera

seems like the xpro3 is the camera i should go for, right anons?

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>>3917886
I already have my normal range covered, and it seems heavy.
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>>3917914
You can just cover the screen of any camera with a piece of paper or whatever
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>>3917927
only if the camera has an OVF...otherwise you have to look at the screen to shoot. i'm counting EVF as screens too
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>>3917914
The 2 is more versatile even if you're buying into the no-screen gimmick. The 3's better viewfinder is hamstrung by the single magnification, meaning you won't get framelines wider than 23mm (35mm equiv). Just get a 2 and tape over the screen.
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>>3917914
But if you can live with 35mm (+28 or 50) the X100 line has a better and larger OVF and is smaller.
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>>3917927
>>3917939
i think both of you are misunderstanding what i mean about screens. im not worried about chimping...you can just turn off auto-review.

what i'm getting at is i don't like relying on screens to shoot photos (because there is no OVF) or to change frequently used settings (ISO, SS, aperture)

Also, so if you don't get framelines wider than 23mm how would I go about using an 18mm lens? my ideal kit would be 18mm + 27mm.

also, all this said i just found a pretty good deal on an xe-4 with 27mm wr...which is tempting
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>>3917914
it sounds like you are the exact customer the xpro3 is designed for. try it out in-store and if you like it, why not?
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>>3917886
zooms are for fucking losers.
this post made by PRIME GANG
>>3917943
an x-e4 is a fun bit of tech but you will be looking at an EVF. in order to adjust film sim stuff (select different sims, change DR levels and curves, etc.) you're going to need to look at a screen so idk how you think you're going to avoid that. why not get a DSLR? then you can literally use an ovf the entire time.
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>>3917959
>why not get a DSLR? then you can literally use an ovf the entire time.

ive used a few dslrs and the OVF are on par with shitty film point and shoots. also, none that ive used had focus aids in the OVF (either a patch or a split prism) which made the whole experience pretty meh. maybe this isn't true with current dslrs?

anyway, this xe-4 + 27 wr deal for $870 is enticing enough so i think im going to jump on it. if i don't like the xe-4 itseems like i could sell the body very quickly for $600 and keep the lens to move onto an xpro3
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>>3917649
I can't help but think the 16 bit raw claim is dubious.
Hasselblad claims the X1D-50ii does 16 bit raw, even though the same sensor is used on the GFX 50 and Pentax 645z, which take 14 bit Raw.

>>3917886
Nice pic, that lens would be perfect if it were f2
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>>3917959
>zooms are for fucking losers
I unironically used to think this but then I got a good zoom and there was a serious moment where I wondered if zooms are a legitimate crutch.
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>>3917967
i'm sorry man, if you think DSLR viewfinders are bad, you've just never used a good DSLR.. Any full frame models from Nikon or Canon feature some of the biggest and brightest viewfinders you could find.
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>>3917979
>DSLR
cringe
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>>3917943
You're misunderstanding that I'm misunderstanding. I know what you mean by not wanting a screen to shoot photos and made no mention of using the screen for chimping/reviewing. That's the whole point of taping over the screen: it adds so much friction to using the screen over just setting it to "Viewfinder Only" when "LCD Screen" is just one click away that it will force you to use the OVF only.

Anything wider than 23mm has to be used with the EVF; the OVF shows arrows indicating you're not seeing the full frame.
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>>3917943
I'm going to double-down on these two posts >>3917939 >>3917981 (I'm not him)
The X-Pro2's OVF may be preferable compared to the X-Pro3's, if you are using certain focal lengths.
This is taking into consideration the latter's higher refresh rate, resolution, and the OLED panel.
If you do decide that you do not need the variable OVF magnifications found in the X-Pro2 and X-Pro1, then the X-Pro3 will probably be the one to get.
All three of these models are excellent cameras, but I see them less as linear upgrades over each other, and more as embodiments of different desires.
If you really don't want to look at screens, and if you want devices built like tanks. I would use even an X-Pro1 over an X-E4, despite the latter's relative newness (almost a nine-year gap!).
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>>3918005
is infared a crutch? this photo is cool but in regular color it'd be ass
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thinking about buying a fujifilm lads
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>>3918023
That's ALMOST racist.
>infraRED luminescence matter

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>>3918041
so rent one for a bit
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I started thinking of upgrading my x100t to x100v, mainly for the better ISO performance, but the better viewfinder and tilty screen also got me interested..
Anyway, what shoul i expect from XtransIV compared to XtransII?
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>>3918001
To be honest buying an xpro 2 with 2015 tech just doesn't sound great to me. I have an OG Sony A7 from that same era. If I'm going to dive into Fuji I'd like to most current model because odds are I won't be buying another digital camera for 5+ years.
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>>3918115
>Anyway, what shoul i expect from XtransIV compared to XtransII?
not that much difference. xtrans4 is certainly better than the xtrans2, but has /slightly/ worse iso performance at stupid iso like 64k+ compared to xtrans3.
but the faster processing, more megapickles, more film sims, better autofocus etc means its just a straight upgrade in every real sense.
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>>3918146
thanks! i tried to develop some raws from
>https://www.dpreview.com/samples/7785852821/fujifilm-x100v-gallery-full-production-with-raws
and i am pretty surprised how the iso 12800 holds up, comparing it to my XtransII iso 3200; and also probably the better AF, it could end up being a gamechanger for the music shows i shoot (or used to shoot, lol, fuck covid)
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>>3918146
Also 16-24mp
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>>3918142
this is smart. what the x-pro3 naysayers are missing is the x-pro3 has processing and af improvements that make the camera more modern overall. it's not just the same exact thing with a different ovf magnification and a different back screen config like they'd have you think. read the review on dpreview for more info.
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>>3918142
>>3918189

Consumerist take. Sonys have been notoriously bad with respect to usability regardless of era. There is nothing about the X-Pro2 that feels dated apart from its limitations compared to the updates that the X-T2 got. I've been using the X-Pro2 since 2017 and bought a backup when the 3 was revealed. All those spec bumps are meaningless when the camera just straight up is not as usable as its predecessor.
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Picked up a 27mm 2.8 mk2 and the autofocus is so bad it can only be a bad copy. I’m talking nothing being in acceptable focus throughout the frame at f5.6 1/125. When it works it’s fine but I’m really bummed, I was excited for it for while.

Anyone else got any 27mm experience? I was looking to replace my 23 f2 but there’s no way.
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>>3918254
My two copies (non-wr and wr) are razor fucking sharp across the frame. The AF is embarrasing for a 2021 lens but we can't do anything about it.
Post some pix.
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>>3918290
Compared to this which was manually focused.

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>>3918291
reupload. The above image was manually focused, this one was auto focused. It happens the same regardless, the autofocus seems to just miss everything entirely. No similar troubles with any of my other lenses.

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>>3918292
ew, what camera?
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>>3918254
>>3918291
>>3918292
If you use a different lens will it actually focus properly? You might want to contact fuji and get it taken in for servicing, I can't imagine that is normal.
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>>3918295
X Pro 2.

>>3918298
Other lenses are fine. Tried it with my 23f2, XC 16-50 (which rips by the way), and earlier I had some adapted FD glass going which was also fine.

I got the 27 used on MPB. I’ll return it but I wanted to check it wasn’t just what the 27 was like…the focus is appalling.
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>>3918299
Even this which is also f5.6. Not sure how much comes through at p/ quality but nothing is actually fully in focus, and the focus falls off basically immediately. It's not much better focusing at a distance either.

Pretty much just wanted a sanity check that I'd not gone mad, people raved about how sharp the 27mm is but this copy just doesn't want to autofocus...

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>>3918301
100% view of centre. Look at the little spots and veins...nothing is actually sharp.
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>>3918302
And then last example so I'm not spamming the fuck out of the thread...centre point focus, single AF...there's no earthly reason for it to be this soft.

JPEG, no other settings other than minimum noise reduction to help prevent wormy issues, and I have my jpeg settings to raise the shadows by 1 point.

Providing these last two at 100% because it's hard to make out the details at 1000px on the long side.
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>>3918304
Yeah it is a pretty fair complaint, have you tried updating the camera and/or lens?
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>>3918221
All I'm saying is if I'm going to buy a digital camera in 2021 and not buy another one until 2030ish...I'd prefer to get the newest version rather than one that's already 6 years old.

How is the camera not as usable? All I plan to do is slap an 18mm or 27mm on it and shoot in aperture priority with autofocus.

Pic unrelated, Posting non-fuji pics cause imageless threads suck.

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>>3918142
Of course - again, you have to discern what is important to you, and what isn't. If I didn't take video, I'd get the X-Pro3 in a heartbeat!
>>3918319
In terms of future-proofing, no doubt there will be updates to the X-E and X-Pro lines that use the newer, larger capacity batteries. I'm sure current limitations restricted the X-E4 to the old NP-W126/S, but engineering will improve in time, just as IBIS made its way into the X-T line.

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>>3918307
>>3918299
yeah, firmware could be a culprit; do you have another body you could try the lens on?
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>>3918490
No other body! My x pro is fully updated and there is no new firmware for the 27 mk2.
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>>3918507
no local shops that would let you try another body with your lens?
anyway
>https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4217080
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>>3918507
I suggest you act interested in somebody's for sale Fuji and try your lens on it if you can't look for a store.
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>>3918510
>>3918524
I’d rather return it and wait and see if any firmware updates come. They’re only going to get more common with time and a lens that won’t work on my body is useless to me regardless of whether it works on someone else’s body.

I paid £293 for it like new on MPB, presumably people who wanted an XE4 are buying the kit and trading in the 27 to get some money back.
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>>3918524
dick move
>>3918528
yeah
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lads the x 100v looks so good....i...think im gonna.....consoooooooom
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New to photography, though I have some video background. I'd like a nice travel camera that can also shoot video when it needs to - preferably with good color data for grading.

The X-T4 seems like it fits those requirements - what do y'all think? Would it be a good starter camera? Easy enough to travel with? Any recommended lenses? I was considering getting the 18-55mm kit.
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>>3919212
>New to photography
>X-T4
Do you pull tooth for a living?
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Black pro mist 1/4 had it on for the whole trip pretty much.

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>>3917148
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUce-04DoSM&t=553s&ab_channel=pal2tech
You can get classic neg in post using this method. Works for my X-T2

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>>3919212
I think that you can get it with 16-80mm kit as well. Both are weather sealed, but later is slightly better for video since it's constant aperture. Contrast is it's show-piece. It's very good in it, but everything else takes the back stage. It's not the sharpest lens out there, especially on the 80mm (pic). f4 is also a tad slow for general lens, and it even vignettes quite a bit.
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>>3919217
all the film sims are already in capture one and maybe in capture one express (which is free).

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>>3919222
check'd

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whoa, faggots. tamron is has now an x mount
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>>3919287
whoa, 16-80mm BTFO
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>>3919287
came to post this.
Quite exciting and hopefully Tamron brings the 17-70 2.8 to fuji as well.
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>>3919287
Wow. X mount gets really exciting!
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>>3919213
why do you poorfags always have to protest when somebody isn't on a shoestring budget? some people have a few thousand to throw around on hobbies, it's not that fucking absurd.
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>>3919395
Because if you are going to start out you try to learn the basics, from having a phone to getting a XT-4 is not fucking adequate at all, it's dentist-tier in trying to relax by buying the most expensive gear they find.
For starters the guy needs to select lenses rather than having a prime or a bridge zoom attached already so it's a much more difficult start, then to understand these he will have to read about the lenses and his machine, and that only ends up in gearfaggotry as he will windowlick for newer stuff rather than shooting his machine.

If you weren't a retarded poofter you would understand this implicitly, but you don't, because you get your butthole molested everyday by a pack of porch monkeys rather than shooting your camera.
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>>3919395
It's not just the budget. You're also not allowed to start photography by buying a new entry level camera according to these freaks. Only their specific 2014 DSLRs are allowed as a first time camera.
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>>3919398
X-T4 has the same options, functionality and controls as the X-T10. In terms of learning photography they don't differ at all.
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>>3919398
seething poorfag.
>>3919399
yeah. imagine thinking an X-T4 is a rich person's camera. I started photography with an a7iii and 55mm 1.8, both new. it was great. literally just angry poor people who hate people who aren't poor. it's a huge problem in society in general, really.
note to poor people, work harder and/or choose more lucrative fields of employment if you're not happy with the money you make. make better financial decisions. don't blame others for your unhappiness and lack of success.
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>>3919401
>choose more lucrative fields of employment
Does that mean invading other people's countries and getting them hwite wimen?
Grow some balls, mutt
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>>3919401
>I started photography with an a7iii and 55mm 1.8
Bruh, do you even own a house?
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>>3919400
Dude's talking about video as well. That's one area where there is a substantial difference, aside from 1/8000 mechanical shutter on xt-4. X-t10 is 8 bit/200mb/s, while x-t4 can go full 10bit at 400mb/s. 30fps @ 4k, vs 60fps @ 4k is not minor. But seeing there's a whooping 700$ difference between the two on bhphoto right now, it'd be really hard to advice x-t4 over the other for stills.
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I'm interested in coloring my own photographs, should I just shoot classic chrome with color -2? Or something different
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>>3919427
Cameras output RAW files which are made just so that you can change pretty much anything regarding lighting and color.
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>>3919428
yea but the fuji jpgs are lower in size and already have highlights, shadows, and noise reduction optimized. If all I want to do is edit the colors shouldn't I just stick to sooc jpg?
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So I was in Milan last time. Fun place.
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>>3919429
fujifilm raw x studio is free and lets you fiddle with the raw files before using your cameras native (and superior) jpeg engine to give you a final image.
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>>3919429
I shoot Eterna and +2 to color. Perfect output and theres plenty of room to adjust in post.
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>>3919287
tamron, voigtlander, zeiss, and sigma soon. i can't help but feel like they'll all flop. fujibros are too loyal to native glass
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>>3919449
That sounds genius, gonna try it out.
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>>3919401
Imagine having nothing to contribute to a conversation other than "I spend a lot of money"
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>>3919214
damn this looks really goodddd
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>>3917914
Sad to see you go from film, zanon. I've loved your work
I've seen lots of former film shooters go for the X-Pro line and seem happy so I think it would be a winner for you. I've considered it myself before. Excited to see you on Fuji though
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Thanks for the nice words anon. I'm not totally abandoning film. Will still shoot bw and e6. Just want a digital camera for more casual stuff and shooting at night handheld. Just waiting for a good xpro3 deal to pop up.

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Non-Fuji shooter here: How often do you just use your images straight out of the camera and not edit them? Do you at least adjust the crop/straight your photos?

I am genuinely curious about workflow so please don't think I'm passing judgment.
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>>3919662
Often. For most of my photos I only resize them and just use the jpg. I have no editing skills whatsoever and I'm basically an idiot. I have no idea what I'm doing. This is not a joke post.
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>How often do you just use your images straight out of the camera and not edit them? Do you at least adjust the crop/straight your photos?
i shoot with an xh1, but also have an em5 and z6
about 60-80% of my fuji shots are used sooc. i shoot raw+jpeg but might use the fuji raw converter (which uses the tethered body for jpeg processing) to try different film sims, or maybe +/- highlights/shadows/contrast etc. less is more.
i do have capture one but the output is subtlely different compared to the inbody jpeg engine. crops... rarely because i prefer to take a bunch of photos and choose the best one.
in my experience i have found the fuji is best for actively avoiding spending evenings editing things in post, since the sooc output is so pleasing. i can get technically superior photographs out of the z6, and the em5 takes me to places i wouldn't normally get to (cheap and weatherproof = idgaf about weather/bumps/scratches), but my photo prints, photobooks and most of my wall shots are majority from the xh1.
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>>3919218
>>3919217
>>3919215
>>3919214
comfy as heck, ace work anon
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>>3919662
I mostly shoot raw and do my own adjustments, I dont use the film sims. if I only shoot jpeg, I just set it to standard mode like in any brand.
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>>3917001
reporting back after a week with the X100s

I'm fairly sold on Fuji and the X100 line as a concept but I think I'll sell this camera and get something newer. Shooting is just a little too slow with this guy, particularly trying to use the rear screen and EVF. I'm assuming the T F and V would have upgraded features in this regard?

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>>3919697

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>>3919698

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>>3919697
>I'm assuming the T F and V would have upgraded features in this regard?
massively so.
jeju island?
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>>3919703
>jeju island
coastal new england, united states actually lol
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>>3919697
I would say the V is the only one worth upgrading to, as the other models have the same okay-ish lens as the S.
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>>3919662
I only shoot raw, edit every final image and chose Fuji because I came from film and enjoy my fuji body as an object. Shooting experience is also much more enjoyable compared to other digitals I've tried.
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>>3919662
my fuji has 2 card slots so I have setup jpegs to be saved to card 1 and raws to card 2. That way, if theres any sooc jpeg that i feel need adjustment, i edit their raw counterparts. Very handy and theres no mess of files.
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>>3919682
How are you feeling about your X-H1? I couldn't like mine for long.
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>>3919783
it's too big. although that gives it superior ergos, big fuck-off bodies isn't why you buy into fuji. i thought that would help me using it for videos, but lol i've done about two or three minutes total 4k recording.
one of my favourite lenses, the xf 27mm, looks a bit silly on it.
love the ibis and how it works with basically anything.
fuji kinda abandoned it because it came out right at the end of the sensor cycle, so feeling a little dirty about that.
i like that i can use it as a webcam for my ms teams and zooms bullshit; image quality gets complements.
super solid used buy, new, ehh it was probably too much and filtered out too quickly. worth too much to sell.
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>>3919662
I edit half my photos using windows photo viewer and only crop + straighten it.
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>>3919662
I'll often tweak highlights/shadows or push the exposure (especially if it's too dark to get the right exposure handheld) but I almost never crop
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>>3919784
>i like that i can use it as a webcam
where do you put it when you do this? the only place I can think to put a camera is off to the side of the monitor, but then it looks dumb when you're looking at the monitor and you're not looking at the camera.
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>>3919801
You could get a stand and put it right above the monitor. That would probably require a full on streaming set up, though.

Imo it's not worth worrying about webcam angles because they're all silly unless you tailor your setup just around your camera.
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>>3919804
well the thing is, the other webcam I use is the shitty logitech one that I have always had, but that actually looks better in terms of framing because I can place it dead center at the top of the monitor.
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>>3919806
I've got the same setup. From what I've seen of streamer setups they literally have a DSLR/mirrorless in the same position above the monitor on a stand that clamps to the desk or something.
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>>3919810
yeah. seems like overkill for my purposes. really nobody cares about my video quality besides me.
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>>3919801
tripod behind my desk, off to the side like those twitch thots, 16mm f/1.4
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>>3919784
I felt 100% the exact same, specially when I tried the 27mm on it, i was using it with a 50-140mm for webcam stuff but it was just stupid inconvenient, big and unneeded.

In spite of complaining about the huge body, i went with the bigger Fuji lineup ...
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>>3919214
The X100V produces really nice images I find. Such a fun camera.

>>3919662
80% I'll edit myself in lightroom because I enjoy the editing process, the other 20% is sooc.
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>>3920098
Why didn't they go directly to the 18-400mm? that's unironically one of their moneymakers.
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>>3920098
What does 10/30mm cross/tiangle mean on mtf?
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>>3920176
Something something resolving power. Mtf charts are gay
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Whats everyones fav monochrome preset on their x?
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I've been seeing a few folks on YouTube and various Fuji FB groups saying the x-t1 takes better photos than the newer bodies. Anyone on this board agree?
I've been considering an x-t3 as a hybrid camera to pair with my t1

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>>3920448

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>>3920453
>>3920454
Captcha kickin' my ass, forgot the pic

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>>3920448
>>3920453
>>3920455
>x-t1 takes better photos than the newer bodies. Anyone on this board agree?
from these pics, no
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I want to give my friend X-M1 for a birthday. Found brown one on ebay.Thinking to fit it with foldable soviet Industar-22 (Tessar 3,5/50). Is this a good choise?
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>>3920531
Do they have experience shooting with a manual focusing lens on a mirrorless camera?
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>>3920565
Nope. He's completely noob in a photography, I considered he need a camera bc he tries to shoot with his phone a lot.
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>>3920568
>>3920531
what a great friend you are. that would be a pretty great gift to receive. I haven't heard of that lens before though. would it need an adapter? A manual lens would be lots of fun for someone new to photography
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>>3920585
Yep, it's M39 rangefinder lense. I really appreciate Fuji's opportunity to mount almost every lense you can imagine.

It's cheap as hell (~10 bucks for a lense!), foldable (as I know, this feature will persist on Fuji via adapter) and provides good image. I used to have one, but bulked it (10 bucks is 10 bucks). Here's one frame I shot with it.
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If anyone interested, there are plenty of them on ebay, but a bit pricier than local market (15-20$).
https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l2632&_nkw=industar+22&_sacat=78997
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>>3920515
Oh, and where are all the beautiful images you've taken anon? We're waiting
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>>3920448
I'm guessing you're referring to those who believe that the older sensors have more 'soul', or are more 'film-like' than the X-Trans III and IV bodies at equivalent ISOs, and especially at higher ISOs.
If you already have an X-T1 and don't think you're going to get rid of it alongside any X-Trans III or IV body you purchase, than I think you have no worries.
It simply is a limitation of the older bodies and sensors, that 4K recording is not possible, and so in that regard, you have no other options other than X-Pro2/X-T2/XH-1/X-E3 and above if you want a hybrid video-photo device.
I recently moved from a release X-Pro1 to an X-Pro2 for this exact purpose.

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I just want to say that this camera cured my gear faggotry and I want all of my fuji buds to have a blessed night.
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>>3920939
Why get defensive when I'm just answering your question? Soft, out-of-focus snapshots from a X-T1 don't illustrate how the vintage body takes better photos than newer, more advanced bodies.
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>>3921137
comfy! good night anon :)
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>>3919697
>>3919698
>>3919700

Well anons I flipped the X100S. I am actually thinking about getting the XF10 instead. Kind of like the idea of sticking with my DSLR for serious stuff but having something high quality for a pocket camera. Anyone have experience with it?

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Used to own an X-T3 which I never used so I switched to x100v. I am a noob, but I feel a lot of my shots lack detail when I zoom in, for example in pic related.
Also fun and harsh lesson learned - I went to the mountains and all the photos I took were JPEG only, and I didn't see that I had exposure compensation set to -1, so all my shots were ruined, too dark. Now I switched to RAW+JPEG and pay attention to all dials.

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>>3921137
rest long and well fren :^)
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>>3919662
SOOC jpegs, occasionally slightly adjusting contrast and shadows in Snapsneed mobile or Darktable on my desktop but always just the jpeg's. I hate editing, I get the whole create your own style thing but I just want to shoot shit. I shoot jpeg+RAW if I ever decide to learn editing (unlikely)
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>>3921263
Your pic has been resized so there is no way for us to check.
Do you happen to use the function that transfers images to your phone via WiFi?
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>>3921272
yeah, the official fuji app. should I avoid using that? fuck......
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>>3921273
Not this anon >>3921272
But I don't think the fuji app resizes images? It's a trash app though, keep disconnecting while transferring but it's handy when you want to share real quick.
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>>3921275
>>3921272
got it now... In settings on camera > Connection settings > general > the resize img 3M option was enabled, I think by default. Fuuuuuck and I deleted a lot of the originals. I slightly want to kms now.
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>>3921283
Shit happens
You'll get over it
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>>3921275
I can't relate to the people that say the app is trash.

3 different phones, 2 iPads, 4 different Fuji cameras, never an issue, just connect manually to the wifi the first time and that's it.
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>>3916676
heres another lazy x100t fb rip

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>>3916676
>>3921530
do you know if these were jpgs from camera (if so, what settings) or edited in lightroom?
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>>3921538
both of these are mine, i only shoot raw and edit somewhat heavily in lightroom
see >>3916766
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Anyone here shooting fuji professionally? What are some of the downsides of using fuji? I've wanted to get into photography for some time now, looked at all the different systems yet fuji is the one where I personally like the pictures the most. Plus it has some great value compared to the other systems ( xt-3 with a 35mm f2 for only 1.3k€. small, good looking, all WR, hell yeah!). My concern though is that a lot of people seem to prefer sony and canon for professional work. Am I buying into a system that will not be able to compete in a more professional environment? Are things like Full-frame really a must-have or is that just a lie made up by camera companies and reviewers to try and sell me their shit?
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>>3921540
cool thanks, these two look fantastic. i really need to learn how to use lightroom/c1
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>>3921541
It's not that they are incapable of that, but some full frame cameras from Sony and Canon offer more latitude when editing (though not much).
Higher res
Perfect use of their DSLR lenses
Slightly better ISO performance
Better AF
And so, mild stuff, but at the price point of less than 2K that's all irrelevant, because none of their camera kits you can buy for that much gonna perform better than an x-t3 and 1k in good lenses. RP is not that good, A7ii has a good sensor and garbage AF, it's a lot more compromises for the low price.

Also you can't melt the background with thin DoF as easily (even if that's a crutch it is still what most people want, good comp is hard to do).
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>>3921548
I see, thanks for the answer that helps a lot.
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Think Tamron will bring over their 11-20mm F2.8 to X-mount? Kind of put a damper on my decision to buy an XF10-24mm F4
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>>3921818
It might still be too early in the game since Fuji opened up the X-mount to tell.
I personally don't know the answers to the following questions, but maybe you do:
How popular is the 11-20 F2.8 on other mounts?
How does it rank compare to Tamron's other offerings?
Right now on FujiRumors, the ultra-wides are in 6th place and below on a list of most-wished Tamron X-mount releases.
But Tamron did just go from 18-300, so maybe they think there's an opportunity in the ultra-wide range.
If it's not time sensitive (you're not about to go on vacation/do a photoshoot), I think it's worth it to wait and see how more third-parties in general enter the X-mount. If you do need it now, you can always sell it later for not too terrible a return.
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well fellas, I finally have a working x-e4. b&h definitely took care of me in the end. the replacement works just fine luckily. managed to find a seller on amazon that had a thumb rest in stock, too, so I have one of those on there.

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Anyone experience with scanning negatives with their fujifilm? do the simulations fuck it up? decent enough? not looking for a high quality scan
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>>3922115
Oh, that's good. Both B&H and Adorama are actually very good about returns when you lose the lottery and get a shitty defect camera or lens.
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>>3922282
when you scan film you scan to a raw file so the film sims don't affect the output at all. if you go on youtube, matt "I take pictures of my family" day has videos where he goes over his film scanning workflow with fuji cameras.
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>>3922295
>you scan to a raw file
I am retarded, didn't think about that. Good point, thanks Anon I will check that video.ahphh





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