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cute camera edition

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>>4065342
Do the glass bubbles have any function?
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>>4065344
it's a selenium cell
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the 'jica is cutie.
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it was in fact designed as a "womans camera". fag in photo doesnt show or doesnt have it, but the cameras strap is literally womans metal purse strap.
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>>4065347
Thanks !
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X-T3 almost new like or brand-new X-T30ii for the same price? I dig the larger EVF and extra dials but X-T30 is the more modern body.
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I just love the tiny X-S10. No idea why so many people seem to be selling it on my country's eBay equivalent.

It has everything I need for shooting around town and during trips.

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>>4065386
I still don't *like* the X-S10, but after two years, I've come to appreciate it more at least
It's not a bad camera but I still think I'm gonna sell it and get the X-T4 once I get a good deal on a used one
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Any recs on tripods for travel? I have a 55-200 so my tiny manfrotto tripod doesn't hold it up when zoomed.
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>>4065399
How much are you willing to spend?
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>>4065400
Probably max like 150. I wouldn't ever go above my xt30 + 55-200 in weight/zoom, which I think is less than 1kg, but would need to be something I can fit into a backpack.
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>>4065406
Rollei C6i is high quality and cheap tripod
+ it’s compact and light
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>>4065415
You mean "inexpensive" but it's not even that. Benro is a smarter choice.
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>>4065415
Never new rollei made tripods this is aesthetic af
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>>4065415
>>4065428
>>4065429
Thanks, will they support the 55-200 at max zoom do you guys know? Want to avoid that 'sag' and I've never owned a real tripod before
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>>4065430
c6i head support 12kg
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>>4065430
but for zoom lens you will probably need different type of head (something like pic)
ballheads are not very practical for long lenses
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>>4065430
That's a matter of ball heads, not of tripods
Any tripod and ballhead will support your combo without collapsing, most ballheads will also carry your camera plus the zoom without sagging
The problem is usually shake, especially in windy conditions
I've had the Manfrotto Befree Andvanced Carbon with more or less the same combo as you and it was super shaky (plus the usual sag when I tightened the ball head)

I don't know what you use the zoom for, but at least for landscape purposes you will need a suffiently stiff head + tripod combo when shooting in low light. 150 is a bit tight for a budget even for used stuff, but a Sirui K-10X costs around 70-80 bucks and is a very good travel tripod head.

From Rollei I would only buy the higher-end Fotopro stuff. See if you can get a good price for a Rollei Lion Rock S. It's "currently" on sale for €200, so perhaps people are selling it for around 100. Haven't checked. Otherwise Leofoto is very good value for money.

If you don't need stiffness because you only ever shoot at noon, get the cheapest, smallest chink tripod you can find (or just stick with the Manfrotto) and put the Sirui head on top so you have something with tension control and Arca Swiss.
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alright you fags, finally fell for the film simulation meme and bought a second hand X-pro 3 for £500. I fucking love this thing and find myself constantly taking pictures and it's a lot of fun now so thanks I guess.

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>>4065376
x-t3 for sure
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>>4065455
>second hand X-pro 3 for £500
Lucky bastard.
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Anyone know how good K&F adaptors are? Specifically for M39 lenses? I want to get one to slap my M39 lenses on but some reviews state that the flange distance isn't quite right sometimes.
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>cute camera edition
Hold my beer

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i got an x-pro 1 and literally never use it
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Would a used X-S10 with an 8700 shutter count a good deal for around 580$/565€? I'm in mainland Europe, no US or UK sited available, might get taxed. I don't mind the psam, moving on from a Nikon DSLR.
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>>4065713
I don't know the prices in your country but here a brand new one is around 890 Euros.
Sounds like a good deal and I bet you won't be disappointed with it, since it's a capable camera with the same sensor as the T4.

I'm pleased with mine and use it constantly.
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>>4065551
can i have it
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>>4065713
Yes, that's a good deal
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I'm looking for a combo body + lens for about 1.5k max, if the lens could be something like 35-70mm equivalent it'd be great, do you guys have any ideas?

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>>4065756
XT2 + 18-55 + 27f2.8 + 50f2
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>>4065770
I don't really want several lenses, it'd be a bother on my trips
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>>4065772
If size is your concern then XS10 + 18-55 would be the best option imo
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>>4065756
X-TXX + XF 27 mm f/2.8
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should i just get a prime that never leaves my x-pro 1 and treat it like a digishit jpeg machine?

i just never reach for it because the af is shit compared to my x-t2, its slow, the screen is bad, etc. what are some things i can do to help me cope by "shooting it like a film camera"?
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>>4065386
link to strap?
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>>4065787
if you don't enjoy shooting with it, why keep it? sell it and make some money back, it sounds like you prefer your x-t2 anyway.
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>>4065832
https://www.peakdesign.com/products/cuff
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>>4065837
>if you don't enjoy shooting with it, why keep it?
i really respect it as the great grandfather of the X-series line, i just want some tips that will help me enjoy it more
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>>4065787
Honestly, get the 7artisans 18mm f6.3 and just leave it on. No focus, no aperture control, just shoot. It makes my X-Pro2 feel like a disposable.
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>>4065846
this is actually a really good idea, whats the minimum focus distance? and another thing is my workflow is raw only but raw gets dicey on x-pro1, are you happy with the xpro film sims?
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anyone else own the 50 - 230mm?
it's an amazing lens for the price but the autofocus is shit

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>>4065875
what body are you using it on?
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>>4065883
xt30, have no problem with the autofocus on any other lens
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does the 27 have soul? which is more soulful, the 27 or the 18?
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>>4065875
70-300 and 100-400s af are lousy as well, if thats any consolation. Slow, and even inaccurate in some instances. Part of it is on the lenses, part on lousy pdaf. Ive no idea as of why people praise pdaf as much as they do, Ive shot Panasonics extensively, and they perform better in majority of situations.
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>>4065904
>does the 27 have soul?
i think so
1/4
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>>4065396
Could you say what you don't like on the X-S10? In my opinion, the only thing that bothers me the most is perhaps the lack of weather sealing even though you can clearly see that the camera has really nice built quality.
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>>4065396
how's the AF? is it accurate, fast, sticky or meh?
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can someone help me understand fuji video settings? or I guess the quick record button.

so there's two ways to record video, switch to video mode from dial and quick record button right by the shutter.
I want to use manual focus for video. and my camera is set to manual focus when you switch to video mode from dial.
but somehow quick record button uses AF-C. I don't think it carries current AF setting to video either.

tldr; how do I change quick video record settings?
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>>4066059
Set to movie silent mode and the camera will save the movie settings
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>>4065869
33cm, try fujixweekly recipes
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>>4066072
hmm I don't think that worked. or maybe I did something wrong...
I'll keep playing with it, thanks anon
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>>4065472
fwiw I got the cheapest one off ebay and it works perfectly fine, it catches a little bit when you take it off but it's really no big deal

>>4065514
why.
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>>4066101
>why.
Buddy sent me the filter as a joke. It's actually kinda rad

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>>4066104
oh that looks actually neat, good on you then
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Fuck me. Really?? I bought one of these for £1000 like two years ago.

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>>4065869
why do you think the RAW is dicey from an x-pro1?
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>>4065869
raw files of the x-pro 1 are incredible, so much so that some still use them over the newer cameras.
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>>4066119
>>4066121
it's mostly that they a while to save but occasionally the colors in my raws are far less accurate to real life than jpeg and will require more work in post. It's not a fuji thing either because the colors from my XT2 raws are always amazing
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>>4066124
i think the film simulations have some unknown magic in them that c1 doesn't really know how to apply. the raf will have the full dynamic range and will look much more flat
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>>4066131
so according to you, i wouldn't see the same gap in camera, in lightroom, in fuji's raw editor, etc?
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>>4066131
you're right, you can only get fuji's proper film simulations by using the camera's processor
x raw studio uses the cameras processor to apply them
capture one and lightroom's versions of the film sims are just colour profiles
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>>4066133
>>4066153
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>>4066153
>>4066154
so wouldn't c1's strange rendering of raw files also effect my x-t2 raws? why do i only get such weird colours from the x-pro 1 raws if its the same format? something to do with the way the file is written?
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>>4066099
I'm sorry I read your question wrong earlier lol, yeah movie silent mode wouldn't change a thing. What model camera do you have?
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>>4065981
Completely different interface than all the other Fujis (except the X-H series)
Articulating screen leads to flimsy, suboptimal L brackets
Ugly form factor (too deep and, without arca plate/L bracket, too short)
Wheels can't be pushed in
Joystick easily deletes pictures while in delete dialogue
Touchscreen shortcuts can't be used when the EVF is active

>>4066005
It's okay
I mostly use my X-T20 for event/casual stuff, and the only thing that bothers me there is that it switches to spot metering with eye AF
I think the X-S10 is more accurate but the problem likely remains
It does a decent job with macro, but of course not nearly good enough to use AF exlusively (no camera does)
In terms of tracking, I believe it uses the same algorithms as the X-T4, so decent but likely underwhelming if you have to rely on it
Switching from AF-S to AF-C or M is rather cumbersome with the X-S10

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>>4066162
And I wish this hadn't turned out so soft ...
At least this one turned out sharp

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Now that there are multiple AF 16mm f1.4s on the market for fuji, which would you get? Is there any advantage to getting the XF?
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>>4066191
I would get the XF18 1.4 if I shot that wide, gorgeous lens
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any of you fuji appreciators get this pop up randomly after disconnecting from your PC? it's been hours since I had my camera connected and I still get this pop up randomly about every half hour or so. how to fix?
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>>4066193
Yes I fixed it by never connecting it again. What do you connect it for?
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>>4066193
i get it but only immediately after disconnecting, it's either a glitch for you or you didn't close the window properly
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have any of you ever used one of these? pretty sure its just a disposable camera's lens on a x-mount cap. supposedly 30mm f10

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How bad did I fuck up

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>>4066199
how much?
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>>4066200
Retail for both
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>>4066199
the dream

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>>4066199
it doesn't get much better than that
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>>4066160
it's xs10
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thoughts on XC lenses? I am thinking of cheaping out on my first AF lenses since I always used vintage glass until now.
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>>4066441
I've had the XC 50-230mm for 2 years and I love it. I recently bought the XF 55-200 to replace it, but after ~2 weeks of shooting I'm going to return the XF. They're both fine up to 135mm, past that the XC is noticeably less sharp, but the XC is easier to throw in my pack while hiking because it's much lighter, a bit smaller, and takes the same filter size as the XF 18-55mm. Plus I've really liked a lot of the shots I've taken with the XC in the last year.

I haven't used the other XC lenses, but the XC 35mm f2 is optically the same as the XF 35mm f2, so if you're fine with the plastic build and lack of weather sealing you can save a good bit of money.
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>>4066447
alright thanks, I was looking to get the 35mm F2 since it's the cheapest one so I'll have a look at it first.
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Would you kick an xf18mmf2 out of bed? It's so nice and small, I hate the new 18 and 33 for being so big. Is it optically fine enough for stacked astro?
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>>4066217
happy to see another instax bro in the thread

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>>4066441
i agree with the other anon that the XC 50-230mm is a great lens
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>>4066441
I used xc15-45 (given away), xc50-230 (upgraded to 70-300 later) and xc35.

I think I can say I love XC series. cheap lenses to learn new things if you are a beginner (cheap prime, cheap telephoto etc) and I really like plastic lenses because they are sooo lightweight. I really don't get metal fetish, I don't think they'll survive a bad fall either anyway?

if you're not a beginner though, you'll probably look for more. In example, after playing with telephoto a little, I realized xc50-230 wasn't enough for hobby birding (both sharpness and reach) so I upgraded.
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what memory card do you recommend for an x-t4? I have pic related but it slows down my camera to a crawl when shooting action like BIF in RAW, so I have to switch to JPEG whenever I need to do anything that requires burst, otherwise I have to wait like 20s for the camera to be responsive again, which is bullshit
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>>4065444
>smallest chink tripod you can find (or just stick with the Manfrotto) and put the Sirui head on top

Thanks anon, guessing this won't work with the lil' manfrotto pixi though? It doesn't have a removable head, and in assuming just screwing the better head on top won't do anything right?
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>>4066744
depends which Manfrotto they have all kinds of tripods an heads. I have 475b tripod and 405 head but this combo pretty masive and heavy and it’s not for portable use. also Manfrotto have much better heads than Sirui

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>>4066744
468 is very fine head

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>>4066677
I use sony m card
dunno maybe there is some faster cards

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>>4066756
actually mine is 277r/150w V60
some V90 card will be faster
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>>4066677
You may just be limited by the camera itself depending on what your shooting, the buffer is only about 30-40 RAW shots, which can be 1-4 seconds of burst depending on your fps. Looks you can get 2-2.5x faster camera write speed with another card though, these are all tested with X-T4.
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>>4066759
this is perfect, thanks a lot!
looks like my card is only writing at 62mb/s, I'll have to look into faster models from this chart
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When using face-detection AF, my X-T20 recognizes let's say two faces but it focuses on the wrong face. How do I make it focus to the face that I want? I tried the front and rear dials but to no avail.
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>>4066751
>Manfrotto have much better heads than Sirui
Maybe their video heads, their ball heads are all shit. Sirui on the other hand produces some of the most stable ball heads on the market.

>>4066744
>manfrotto pixi
Nope, get a real tripod. If you need a cheap mini one, get something like the Rollei Traveler Mini M-1 and never extend its flimsy legs unless you absolutely need to. Much better options (e.g. Leofoto LS223-C) are available from around 100 bucks (head not included).
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>>4066840
>Rollei Traveler Mini M-1
This is twice Ive seen rollei tripods shilled this week.

You couldn't be more obvious, Benro-remarketer.
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>>4066907
i'd call him a shill for saying "get a real tripod" and then purely naming chinkshit brands, but i doubt /p/ has enough traffic for advertisers to care about this board.
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>>4066911
/p/ has had marketing wumaos for a decade
a lot of camera industry autists use this board for some fucking reason
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>>4066914
i guess the return per post is pretty good here. if you pay a guy 10 cents per post, he shills your product in 50 gearthreads, and just one anon buys it, you're selling a marked-up chinesium product off of only $5 in advertising.
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Film simulation recipes are a cool concept but man ever since joining some groups I can do nothing but cringe at how some people treat them as anything more than a nice feature.
Ultimately CC or CN without completely fucked up whitebalance will always be better
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>>4066907
>Rollei Tripods shilled
I would personally never buy one of their cheaper models, but /p/ always whines that they need a tripod but HOLY SHIT why are they all more than $20???
Rollei also doesn't sell Benro stuff, they simply rebrand Fotopro (nowadays with a tiny acknowledgement) and likely also some shittier chink stuff for their c6i etc. models. In their defense, they usually drastically undercut the official Fotopro prices in the US.

My travel tripods are a Leofoto mini with a Markins head and a Gitzo with a Sirui on top, but imagine recommending such a setup to /gear/, there'd be a 20 post-long meltdown
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>>4066907
>Benro-remarketer
Benro is just Chinese shit, same as Rollei
probably the same Chinese factory make both
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>>4066840
>Sirui on the other hand produces some of the most stable ball heads on the market
LOL what a bullcrap
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>>4066840
Sirui is just Chinese shit brand that copied technology from old western manufacturers like Manfrotto
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>>4066945
>>4066946
If anything, Sirui copies Markins. Not sure why you would copy Manfrotto of all brands, rather than Gitzo or RRS like Leofoto does.
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im really happy with my sirui tripods, especially the really lightweight traveller one. 1205k or something its called.
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I was considering an x-e4 with the pancake 27mm for everyday shooting, and adding a 70-300mm down the line for more serious photography. Could this work or would the x-e4 be too unwieldy with the larger lens. Any better options for having both a compact and a more dedicated set in one camera?
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>>4066960
>a 70-300mm down the line for more serious photography
what is your idea os more serious photography
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>>4066947
Leofoto is also Chinesium
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>>4066963
The 27mm for casual carrying and the zoom lens for when I go out for the specific purpose of taking photos
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>>4066964
Never stated anything to the contrary. But it's likely the best chink brand when it comes to tripods and second behind Sirui with regards to heads. Fotopro's higher-end stuff is also very good, but I don't have data for that

>>4066967
70-300 is way to narrow for anything but birds and chimneys. You won't even be able to take someone's portrait from less than 3 m away. The 50-140 is the ideal, the 55-200 the affordable choice for street portraiture, but for general purposes get the 18-55. Smaller, lighter, about as cheap as the 27 mm.
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>>4066947
RRS is meme american brand
Not worth buying it in EU.
Gitzo is higher class
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>>4066968
Still a novice, thank you for the help anon. I’ll have a look at the other focal lengths.
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>>4066970
>RRS is meme american brand
>Not worth buying it in EU.
Same goes for Gitzo in the US
I'd like Gitzo to put the same thought and philosophy into the small details as RRS and RRS offers a much broader range of products, but other than that, they're more or less equal
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>>4066968
>70-300 is way to narrow for anything but birds and chimneys. You won't even be able to take someone's portrait from less than 3 m away. The 50-140 is the ideal, the 55-200 the affordable choice for street portraiture, but for general purposes get the 18-55. Smaller, lighter, about as cheap as the 27 mm.
This, I got the 70-300 and regret it. There's nothing good in my catalog that couldn't have been shot on the 50-140, and maybe a 1.4x teleconverter, but there are a lot of situations where I needed to shoot between 55 and 70mm but had nothing.

>>4066960
Maybe worth considering the X-T3 or X-T4 for better ergonomics. It's still fairly compact as far as mirrorless cameras with SLR style viewfinder bumps go. Which I think is a silly place to have it given that it's electronic and can be placed anyway. In the winter it just makes me rub snot all over the screen.

Maybe another option to consider is the Sony A7C and the compact 40 or 50mm. Better grip, but without the silly SLR bump. And you get the benefit of full frame and weather sealing on top of it. Then get a 70-200, either f4 or f2.8 depending on how deep in the rabbit hole you want to go.
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>>4066983
Forgot the picture
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>>4066984
d-does the qt come with the kit?
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>>4066983
X-T30 II might be a good compromise, too
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>very unecessesarily drop my 27 mm Mk.I
>pack and label it to send it to Fuji
>forget the parcel on the train but the miracle happens and some brown zoomerette finds and returns it to me
>send it to Fuji
>takes them 2 months to send it to the UK and have it repaired
>120 € for a new focus group
>finally ship it last week
>delivery service fucks up, delivers it to the wrong store and then fucking ships it back to Fuji the same day
>call Fuji and have it sent a second time
>finally arrives today
>take it out for some casual shooting
>sharper than it ever was
Welp, I guess it was worth all the trouble after all

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How do you guys buy lenses without aperture rings, I just do not understand it
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Thinking of switching from X to GFX. Perhaps the GFX50s II. Is it worth the high price? I'm not shooting professional but I always bring my camera when going for a walk, on weekend trips, vacation, etc. Also family pictures.

Size bothers me a bit but on the other hand with the X-T4 I have to bring a camera bag anyway
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>>4067075
Well, you know, son, back in my day very few lenses had aperture rings and when they did, they didn't have fixed click-stops

>>4067077
>Is it worth the high price?
>I'm not shooting professional but I always bring my camera when going for a walk, on weekend trips, vacation, etc. Also family pictures.
"No."
GFX is not built for casual shooting. For those things you're far better off with X.

And why do you have to bring a camera bag with the X-T4? Just get a strap or a PD capture clip
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>>4067077
>Is it worth the high price?
For your use case, almost certainly not. It's a step up in cost in every way, GFX glass is expensive and fairly limited, huge files, more expensive storage and cards, etc.

It sounds more like you've hit a plateau in your photography and you think a better camera will help you overcome this. If your photography is just something you do while life is happening, maybe going somewhere to shoot with intention and creating a project out of it could help you.
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>>4067081
>back in my day very few lenses had aperture rings
Which day might that be? All my vintage glass have aperture rings
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>>4067081
>>4067082
Thanks for your advice, I guess you are right
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>>4067077
doesn't sound worth it, why do you want one?
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>>4067084
Why are you considering the switch in the first place?
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>>4067075
Same, huge reason I love Fuji.

>>4067077
I have a 50R and do use it often as my "daily" camera, but I wouldn't recommend it value wise, and still use my X-cameras a lot more often.
The 50SII / 100s aren't too bad size wise (smaller and lighter than a D850), but the lenses are huge. The biggest issue is value, which even at $3k is not great for what else is on the market. For the same price, you can just grab another FF mirrorless which will give you much better AF, more lens options, better lowlight capabilities, more control over DoF, and arguably better IQ (than the 50 sensor).
I would honestly just wait for the X-H2 in September, which will shore up that big difference in resolution, and of course invest in better lenses too.
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>>4067085
>>4067086
Always impressed with the level of details when I look at gfx sample photos on flickr, etc. It's not miles better but you can see an improvement.

>>4067088
Thanks, yeah the X-H2 looks interesting too
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>>4066942
Shut the fuck up, Shill.
I own a dozen $20 tripods built identical to your Rolleis because I actually know how to shop with my eyes rather than my brand name recognition.
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>>4066944
>probably the same Chinese factory make both
>Benro is just Chinese shit
>same chinese factory
It's the Benro factory you fucking retard why are you trying to argue with me?
Your dad was right about you lmao
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>>4067083
It's a joke
I was referring to the XC line and the XF 27mm, which was pretty much what I could afford when I started out

Still hate the fact that my 27mm doesn't have the aperture ring of the Mk.II version, but since it's returned to me after I lost it and seeing as I've already sunk 240 € repair costs into it so far, I guess I'm destined to keep it
Also my first prime and I bought it crazy cheap even for today's standards
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>>4067093
Oh lol I thought you were a mid-30s DSLR guy and your Canikon lenses didn't have aperture rings for some reason
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>>4067090
>recommend people to buy a cheap tripod
>"NOOOOOO IT'S CHINESIUM HOW DARE YOU RECOMMEND THAT SHIT"
>advise them to get something high quality
>"Hurr durr Mr RRS merchant, did you really think we'd fall for your shilling?"
Look, whatever tripod you have is fine with me as long as you're happy with it. The cable release already accounts for half of the quality increase, so any tripod is a step up over no tripod.
Just don't get mad when people recommend actual quality products on this board that aren't made from 75 % resin to others upon their request.
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Fuji dials/rings have unironically ruined me from being able to go back to canikony. It just works.
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>>4067092
>It's the Benro factory
Whow yeah
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>>4067115
they also make chicken slaughtering machines lol
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>>4067093
I got my og XF 27mm when I bought my camera for like €200. Just can't justify spending double the amount for the same lens with better AF and an aperture ring. Still a huge bummer it's missing.
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>>4067097
Same here. Anon who bought the X-E3/27mm bundle last thread here, and using that thing at an event two weeks ago was a ball. Shame the external flash wasn't all too useful, though.
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>>4067120
aperture ring is not really necessary
it’s even easier to change aperture with front wheel
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>>4067123
>aperture ring is not really necessary
to you. I will likely never buy a lens without one
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>>4067123
I cope by telling myself the aperture ring doesn't fit and it's much less useful when there's so little to bokehwhore with so you either shoot F2.8 or F5.6-8.
It's still always preferable to not having one.
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>>4067121
What does was a ball mean?
Autofocus on the old one is really bad but then again so is the AF on my x-t100 so perhaps it functions much better on your x-e3
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>>4067127
Just meant that I really enjoyed using it. I'm still new to the Fuji system in general, so I'm not entirely aware of this stuff's shortcomings yet.
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>>4067123
>it’s even easier to change aperture with front wheel
Scrolling down all the way from auto to f2.8/2.0 and back is anything but fun

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Has anyone used the nikkor 80-200 f2.8 on their fujis? I’ve adapted prime lenses with ease but I’m curious how ergonomic it is to use a larger zoom lens while also shooting manual focus. The 80-200 comes in a push/pull model which seems easier but I’m curious if anyone is experienced with it.
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>>4067120
are you me
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>>4067135
It's a good system. I can strongly suggest getting something with lots of bokeh next, perhaps 7artisans 35mm f1.2. Together with the 27 these are all I use really.
>>4067150
I suppose. Anyone with half a brain should've picked up a 27mm in the last few years, absolute bargain lens.
I think they've gone up in price as well. Been a while since I've seen a good condition one go for dumpster prices which used to be really common
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>>4067153
I'd rather get the 50 mm f/2
Plenty of bokeh for a starter and sufficiently different from the 27 mm look
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>>4067159
Nice


That was my second lens as well. You'll find it's great but 50mm too narrow. I did ultimately sell it as I used it too little to justify having it.
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>>4066198
bump
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>>4067192
No but I really want to get an ms optics 24/2 or 28/2 in m mount to also use on my Fuji

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>>4067215
they seem pretty soulless on digital but that form factor is killer
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>>4067218
Meh just dial in a sim for the lens that looks good.

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>>4065406
I have been using an old Vivitar 980 Tripod at 59.5 inch hight
holds up Camera + lens combo of 870 grams just fine
main problem is that it only folds down to 23 inches long, it only just fits in a frame backpack

to fit in a 20 litre backpack something like Vivitar VPT 1250 is better
50" extended
16.5" folded
1.1 kg capacity
566 gram curb mass

on both tripods the pivot and traverse is not very smooth, no good for filming or long focal lengths, its almost easier move the entire tripod than to try and just move the head
probably best to shop for the tripod with the smoothest head mechanism
and with legs that telescope in four sections (is weaker but will fold down shorter)
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>>4067153
>>4067159
Something like the 50 f/2 would be the next thing I'd get. I already ended up getting a 16 f/2.8 as my second lens, though I haven't really used that one yet.
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>>4067077
GFX is little bit bulky and heavy compared to X
not very practical to carry it around (need to have good bag) but I usually take it with me if I go somewhere into nature. I will keep my X-T4 for compactness. It's always good to have both systems

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>>4066971
Would 100% recommend the 55-200 and maybe 18-55 too if you want to cover everything. It's great for travel too, 18-55 and 55-200 for all focal lengths, then maybe the 27 for casually walking around a city etc

It helps too that you can get the 55-200 for about half the price of the 70-300
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>>4066948
Does it work well with zoom lenses? I was looking into that one
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>>4067467
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>>4067471
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why does dial superiority make them seethe so much kek
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>>4067474
LOL
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>>4067476
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superiority so real they have to make literal schizo memes
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Is the image quality of the xf18mmf2 good enough for astro? I want a small lens to keep in my kit for occasional astro and landscape
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>>4067485
>for occasional astro and landscape
you'd almost certainly be better served by a manual samyang or something similar. as i understand it the 18f2 is best for streetshitters who want soul
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>>4067485
you need tracker for astro
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>>4067486
I was gifted an old xf18f2 by my buddy's dad the other day (he already sold most of his kit) so I already have it. I like the size and would certainly use it for street, just wondering if it is suitable for these other areas too. Also my hood and filters from my xf35f14 fit it, so that increases its appeal slightly
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>>4067494
I've done nice astro with a xf16mmf1.4 that I borrowed, so no you don't, not with a wide angle lens at least
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I just bought a xf70-300 off amazon for $677 shipped. New from Japan, will arrive in 4-6 weeks. I feel like I'm getting away with something here. Worst case scenario I sell it on ebay for $800 when it arrives.
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I got a package from Fujifilm with goodies inside for competing in a minthly contest. Delivering tomorrow, I'll send pics.
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>>4067477
Interesting how bottom mid has the actual worms in it
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>>4067503
wtf what contest?
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>>4067501
>I feel like I'm getting away with something here.
Customs fees? Import taxes?
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>>4066059
Hey guys, I'm still having this problem I mentioned above.

tldr;
video mode (from dial) settings is MF
but when I click quick record button it goes into a whole different set with AFC or something.

any ideas how I can change quick record settings?
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>>4067581
all included. $677 is the total price. That said, the charge still hasn't hit my card yet, but it's also not shipping for a month and from amazon japan so hopefully that's why
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Xpro-3 submonitor is ded. Apparently the main LCD follows soon after.

Garbage camera

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>>4067691
it’s obviously not for rectal use
rather buy yourself a dildo



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