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No one mention it edition

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>>4101527
If your work needs the fastest AF I'm not exactly sure why you'd choose Fuji to begin with. Also a mk2 is unlikely because of the way the whole element works as one. When designing the lens they had to choose between character and focusing speed and they chose the former. I think this video explains a little but I can't remember.


https://youtu.be/f6bm_0aNpMM
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>X-S10
>Program mode: rear dial adjusts EV, front adjusts aperture, BUT YOU CAN'T USE HDR IN AUTO
>Aperture priority mode: real dial adjusts EV, front adjusts aperture, HDR is fine :)

what am i missing
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>>4101535
Nobody asked but I updated and added some, still working on a low iso flat b/w simmie. These were on an x-e3 btw
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my brain turned off
i should have had her look level or downward :/

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i love the highlights and background in this one but i feel like the big bright spot on the left ruins it... is it passable or do i do the crop of shame?

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in any case i am liking the helios 44m-6
it's not the 44-2 but it's still got some nice swirl

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Phone posting so excuse the low res screenshots, but the gf just got herself a X E4 and here's me taking it out for a spin.

Feedback appreciated

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>>4101763
>>4101716
I used the Helios back when I used to shoot on film, really should just get an adapter and play around with it, though you really got to work hard to avoid the cliche it forces on you.

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Our goddess is back bros

https://youtu.be/Nr9vGL5Mf6c
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>>4101714
looks like you need to invest in a flash, you can expose for the bright background and have the subject well lit
a godox flash is better than fujis ones and they're cheaper too
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For the /g/-inclined /fag/s
Is there anything wrong with Radeon for Capture One? I'm looking at getting a laptop for any editing I want to do while I'm away from home and looking at Ryzen APU laptops at the moment
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>>4101714
That's a weird angle for a portrait to begin with, IMO

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Whats peoples opinion on the 50mm f2? There one here for 35% discount which seems nice but 75 fullfame is just such an odd middle ground.
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>>4102016
I think it's pretty underrated. It's optically pretty good, swirly bokeh wide open, and by f2.8-f4 it's one of Fuji's sharpest. I honestly use mine more than my old 56 1.2. I do find the focal length not super versatile, but it's a solid lens for what it is.
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>>4102016
desu you can just adapt a lot of old fullframe glass if you want a fast 50mm prime and don't mind manual
personally I'm not a fan at all of the 75mm equiv focal length, it fits very few situations
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>>4101767
this kinda makes me want to say fuck getting the 50 1.0 and get the new 56. looks like bokeh balls are rounder and the lens being smaller makes it more practical.
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>>4101901
can't see why, C1 uses OpenCL. I have a discrete AMD gpu in my laptop and no issues
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I've been running around with a used x-t20 and cheap manual primes for a year. I want to get an autofocus prime next.
Should I get the Fuji 35mm F2 or pay a bit more for the sigma 30mm F1.4?
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>>4102259
used Fuji f1.4/f2 depending on if you want faster af and weather sealing or faster and soul.

If you're used to manual primes, not having an aperture ring will be aids so I wouldn't get the sugma
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1450 usd for a xh2, do i do it boys?
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>>4102294
Wtf I would
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>>4102312
im in boysss
would have preferred the xt5 but there are too many compromises (plasticy dials, poopy evf)
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yo fellow fuji fags, j wanna get a ultra wide angle for my xe-4 but on a budget. is the 7artisans 12mm any good or does it suck?
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>>4102425
the rokinons are used for astrophotography, so that means technically they might be ace
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Finally made the upgrade to Fujifilm (x-s10) from my Sony a6000.

However, there is something that I can't wrap my head around. When using Shutter or Ap priority, the viewfinder alwaya shows the image properly exposed, rather than displaying how the actual photo will look. Turning on "exposure preview" doesn't seem to do anything.

Am I missing something?
I was used to "what you see is what you get" from my Sony. How can I do this on the x-s10?
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>>4102459
you might have the "natural live view" setting turned on accidentally
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>>4102459
never experienced this
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>>4102320
is the xt5 build quality that bad? i still have an xt3 that I like very much but ibis would be nice
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>>4102562
APPARENTLY most of it feels better built except the top dials which are loose/light
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>>4102567
Do camera makers ever increase the quality of models during their production runs? I'm not buying a fuji with shitty knobs and dials. That's the entire selling point of the damn things.
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>>4102562
It's not bad. It's just, sigh, made in China instead of GLORIOUS NIPPON and apparently the top dials are plastic now instead of what they used to be prior.
They're fine and they work, but it will be a thorn in you mind and you will KNOW
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>>4102320
Hell yeah, let us know how you like it
>>4102425
I wanted one too but personally I'm saving up for the Viltrox 13mm 1.4. It's a pretty unique lens in the x-mount, its closest competitor is a Zeiss lens that's twice the price. Look into it
>>4102459
I think PREVIEW EXP./WB only works in Manual mode. Natural Live View ON could also be the culprit but try shooting in Manual with PREVIEW EXP./WB ON and Natural Live View OFF.
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27mm f2.8 WR. Where do I find one? No, it doesn't matter if it's used
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>>4102744
I just bought it from the shops combined with a fuji promo, was like $150ish?
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>>4102749
Which shop though? My local one doesn't have it (according to their website)
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>>4102658
>>4102471

Thanks for the suggestions. Looks like "preview exposure" only works in Manual mode. I'll just havw to get used to that.
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>>4102751
In my case a local chain, but googling xf 27mm and going to the shopping tab lets you compare prices. There's black friday shit starting to happen so keep an eye out and jump on one when the price is right for you.
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>>4102744
I bought mine through my local store too, but it did take ~6 months to get in. Saw it come in stock at the major retailers 1-2 times during, but it was mostly out of stock everywhere.
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>>4102144
the 50mm 1.0 is so massive and expensive, it seems extremely hard to justify getting it over the new 56mm like you said. sure there's the fov difference but you can hardly even tell the difference in bokeh quality between the two side-by-side. and then there's the old 56mm which is pretty similar to the new one but half the price
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>>4102753
>Looks like "preview exposure" only works in Manual mode
this can't be right, my xt30 previews exposure on any auto mode
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>>4102834

I can't get it to work on any other setting but manual. The moment I switch to S or A it will stop working.

Turned off Natural Live View too to see if that was the issue.

Maybe a difference between the xt30 and the xs10?
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>>4102836
Moving the exposure compensation dial does nothing?
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>>4102843

It makes the viewfinder image brighter/darker but has no bearing at all on how the actual photo turns out. It's not an actual exposure preview.
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>>4102848
can't imagine what's causing that
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>>4102836
Is your exposure set beyond +/- 3EV?
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>>4102848
Some settings weird then. Exposure compensation in an automated mode should definitely make the final image brighter / darker, regardless of the viewfinder.
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What's this class action lawsuit that I'm hearing about the X-Pro3? I have one that I bought recently and it's worrying me a bit.

Supposedly some of the cables aren't sturdy enough?
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Do you guys think Fuji is going to add more film emulation's like when they added Classic Chrome.

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>>4101716
what adapter did you use?
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>>4102887
Could set a precedent for Sony to get fucked over their shitty weather sealing
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>>4102888
I think a lot of people want a kodachrome one but it probably won't happen
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>>4102888
The new one 'nostalgic negative' looks pretty good
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>>4102887
Probably won't go anywhere. There's an issue for some people where the back sub-monitor and potentially LCD stops working. Mine's been fine, but it's only 1 year old too. More curious if there's ever a recall / service advisory put out.
>>4102888
They've added a bunch since Classic Chrome, I'm sure they'll keep making more.
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>>4102891

ya imagine if companies licensed the use of there film color science. especially kodachrome, a film that is never coming back.

Does kodak even own how the colors react on kodachrome? Of course they own the chemical process, the name, and product but i mean like the "color science / look" (if that makes any sense)

if someone makes an exact identical kodachrome digtial emulation without calling it kodachrome and sells it, would there be any legal action?
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>>4102893
sure if you have a gfx or an xt5
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>>4102893
woah? i dont have that on my xpro3?
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>>4102895
I think classic chrome was fujifilm's attempt at replicating ektachrome
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>>4102896
oh i see
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>>4102899
fuji could release it in a firmware update but they probably won't
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>>4102896
or use Capture One
https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/65420163
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>>4102901
capture one only has imitations of fuji film sims
+ i might as well just use a lut if im going to do that workflow
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>>4102903
>only has imitations of fuji film sims
if anything, i think C1's implementation often looks better anyways
https://photopxl.com/fuji-film-simulations-jpeg-vs-capture-one-from-a-raw-file/
>+ i might as well just use a lut if im going to do that workflow
neat for you, some people don't mind the workflow if it means access to extra film sims
all my pics get transferred from card to pc & organized through c1, so it's my standard workflow
i do think the dependency / obsession of film sims is kinda sad desu
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>>4102910
for me, the appeal of film sims is that I get a nice looking pic straight out of camera. I really don't care for editing any more
I imagine that's the appeal for most other people too
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>>4102888
It's in their top 5 main selling points by now. Classic Neg is so popular I'd argue people switched to the X100V/X-E4 for it.
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>>4102914
every brand has adjustable jpg options, have for decades, and even today you still have more options with Nikon or Sony for making making sooc "film sims", fuji just went ham on the marketing for it and now it's a craze
do you never put a picture on a computer? i get the appeal of sooc, but it's also pretty trivial to press 1 button on either and apply whatever look you want, and can always change it after the fact that way too
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>>4102917
>every brand has adjustable jpg options, have for decades
other brands don't manufacture actual film
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>>4102848
did you buy it used? maybe try resetting all the settings? https://fujifilm-dsc.com/en-int/manual/x-s10/menu_setup/user_setting/#reset
I've never used a mirrorless camera that didn't preview exposure by default.
>>4102903
>>4102910
they're really very close. and I agree, I think if anything, they look better. capture one (left) vs fuji (right), pro neg hi for example.
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>>4102917
>every brand has adjustable jpg options
yeah but fujis look nice and are made to simulate classic film stocks
I didn't buy a fuji for the simulations but now I like using them
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>>4102925
i dislike fuji's film sims

but i also dislike fuji's film and vastly prefer kodak and even budget films
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>>4102895
>color science
I hate this buzzword.
Of course fujitards use it.
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Is the 35mm f2 XC the same lens design as the XF one? Ken says they might be identical.

Also, anyone still using the X-E3? Any limitations I should know about? I'm just about to get my first Fuji.
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>>4102894
They claim that these issues are widespread, is this true?
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>>4102935
>I hate this buzzword.
good thing you're too young to have been in the film era then
you would have hated it
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>>4102973
>Is the 35mm f2 XC the same lens design as the XF one?
it is, just cheaper build quality
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>>4102973
Optically, yes. But:
XF: metal body
weather sealed
aperture ring

XC: plastic body
no weather sealing
no aperture ring
Unless you really can't afford the extra $200, the XF is recommended.
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>>4103017
for the 35, unless you're shooting in the rain you might as well just get the xc and put the extra $200 towards saving up for a 1.4
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>>4102893
>>4102897
that photo isn't actually classic negative, it's a recipe using classic chrome that gets close. i really like it: https://www.josephdagostinophotography.com/joedagostino-photo-blog/2021/2/16/nostalgic-negative-for-us-other-x-series-owners
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>>4103048
Thank you based anon
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>>4103019
There's something to be said for the longevity of a weather sealed lens, too. Less chance of dust accumulation or mold ingress over the years. There's an anecdote out there of a guy who dropped one of those fuji f/2's out in the woods and he found it again months later. It took no damage. The f/2 and the 1.4 aren't the same lens but one is faster. They have distinct image qualities. People prefer one or the other, so it's not really comparable or a hierarchical comparison by price.
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>>4103057
However, the 35mm xc and the xf ARE directly comparable. The xf is simply the better built lens of the two for $400 instead of $200. I think the only reason to get the xc is if you really, really can't come up with another $200. The 35mm xf is a remarkably good lens for the price, considering both the image quality and the build quality. The argument against weather sealing when you body doesn't have it is moot because the sealed lens itself is likely to last longer.
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>>4102935
>fujitard

It’s so odd people use words like this, like we are in middle school. Like it’s genuinely so weird. Like if I show you using that type of slang on an anonymous board 5 years in the future how will u feel? Embarrassment? Or nothing at all.

Sad really
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>>4102889
k&f concept m42-fx gen iii
it's almost as large again as the lens itself lel
>>4102836
>Turned off Natural Live View too to see if that was the issue.
not that anon but dang, i thought natural live view was the issue.
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>>4103066
It's just a variation of using the fag suffix that's prevalent across 4chinz
It's like calling someone a snoyfag or canoncuck
Literally has no substance, probably offends no one on this site, and is just a colloquialism

>>4102973
I'm still using my X-E3. It still has all the limitations that it always had compared to its contemporaries at the time of release like no weather sealing, no ibis, missing the ISO dial, etc. but it's still just as capable of taking photos.
If you mean limitations compared to newer camera generations, then I guess missing some film simulations and a fixed back LCD.
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how to get gf like her?
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>>4103066
lmao fujitard fragility
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>>4103086
Use a huge camera with a big grip and a massive long lens

She won't be able to get the implications off her mind
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has anyone gotten rid of their 18-55mm kit lens and regretted it?
after 2 months, i don't really use mine so i'm thinking of selling it. i currently have the 35/f1.4 and the 10-24/f4 plus the helios 58/f2 mentioned earlier itt. not interested in shooting video, mostly expecting to do casual portrait, houses/real estate, maybe some landscape. 2sv8m
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>>4103108
>has anyone gotten rid of their 18-55mm kit lens and regretted it?
its my default video lens. i dont use it for anything else, but i cant bring myself to get rid of it.
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>>4103079

thank you might invest that lens, looks great
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Why isn't anyone talking about the massive X-Pro3 issues that are now part of the class action lawsuit regarding faulty ribbon cables connecting the LCD screen?

How common is this?
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>>4103148
Because nobody has an XPro3.
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>>4103148
>Why isn't anyone talking about the massive X-Pro3 issues
well, start talking, what are these so-called massive issues
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>>4103161
I do.
>>4103164

Supposedly the ribbon cable connecting the LCD screen is prone to being damaged if you open and close the screen often. Once the cable is broken the LCD screen completely fails and needs to be replaced for around 350 bucks.
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>>4103164
>>4103166
https://petapixel.com/assets/uploads/2022/11/inong-v-fujifilm-north-america-corporation.pdf
reads like some asshole boomer got butt hurt his screen flickered, and got suckered into an expensive class action filing in NYC. lol. the filing reads like a joke
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>>4103138
it's my first time adapting a vintage lens. it's mega slow especially since the focus ring on this copy has a ton of friction. but it's quite fun to use and does look good, i'll agree. i'm temped to try the 77m-4 or a super takumar next for bigger aperture on the same adapter
>>4103116
cool i'd like to replace it with something a bit more specialized like a 56mm portrait lens or a pancake for portability
>>4103148
how often do xpro3 users even flip the screen down?
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>>4102121
>>4102127
Underrated or not, I got it. It was being sold second hand for peanuts.
Gonna play around with it later today, post some results.

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>>4102887
Yea the ribbon cable sucks and the entire flip screen dies. Mine did, sending it in this week out of warranty. Been shooting for 20 years and this is the first time I've had a camera shit out on me. smdh

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>>4103188
Also thinking about 'downgrading' to an xe4 once the xpro3 comes back for repair. Turns out I never use the Ovf and primarily shoot with the screen flipped at 90 degrees like a wlf. I have no faith that this repair will last long with the way I shoot. My fucking 8 year old Sony A7's screen still works fine lmao.

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I think there's a nasty undercurrent of build quality & reliability issues with Fuji cameras that only really surfaces occasionally. You can find it when you have an issue and you search it online, and you find that not only do plenty of people have the same issue, but that similar issues have been happening across generations of Fuji products. Lots of stories of people having faulty cameras, having to send them to Fuji to get fixed, etc., more than I've seen from other brands.
Just my impression, though. I'm not necessarily right on this by any empirical means.

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>>4103191
The xe4 is a much better looking camera imo, if you don't use the ovf there's no point having the more expensive model
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>>4103191
I went from XPro3 to X-T2 and the EVF is just amazing.
No issues with it whatsoever.

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>>4103208
I'm kinda pissed off because I bought the X-PRO3 this year and then I hear about all these issues. I actually researched about the camera for a while and knew that there was some shit going on with the display but then, you can probably find a bunch of issues with other cameras as well.

But from what I've see it seems that this is a design defect and will eventually happen to my camera one day just because I'm using it. I paid a small fortune (for me) for this camera after saving for months...

I'm incredibly disappointed.
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>>4103208
>>4103238

Have Fujifilm ever recalled cameras for free fixes before?
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>>4103208
It's not a Fuji problem, it's an issue with recent digital cameras. Lookup Sony shutter failure. $2000 cameras bricking out of nowhere. From time to time these things happen with certain models and unfortunately some people get burnt but it's not exclusive to any one manufacturer.
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>>4103239
kind of a lmgtfy but I searched "fujifilm camera recall" and all I see is a bunch of results about a recall they did in 2018 on wall adapters that came with cameras.
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>>4102562
Yes Ive held one and it doesnt feel as nice and tactile as the X-T3. I was pretty disappointed. It’s fine but…. fuji is compromising what makes their cameras so desirable in order to save weight but mostly cost
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>>4103091
but le fuji is small
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>>4103352
I keep being relieved I got an X-T3. When both the 3 and the 4 were being sold, I chose the 3 (because of the tilt screen). Now there are apparent quality issues with the XT-5 and it only just came out. Looks like I'll be keeping the X-T3 until the next model. I'm sure many other people feel like IBIS would be great, but as a stills camera it really does look like the X-T line peaked with the 3.
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>>4103191

Don’t do it anon, XPro3 is mega Kino

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>>4103422
>Now there are apparent quality issues with the XT-5
what have you heard or read
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>>4103432
So far just the crappy, plasticky top dials. It doesn't make me want to rush out to upgrade before enough regular people get them and find more faults, if any.
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>>4103432
Put one in your hands and you’ll see. The dials and finish feel like a polymer, doesnt have the weight and positive tactile feel of the XT-3. It’s feature rich and im sure its a great performer, but it doesnt feel as good in the hands, which is a surprising turn-off.

>>4103422
Im glad I got the X-T3 as well, but I’m pretty much sold on the X-H2, as I want to get into more video work, want IBIS, and it feels really good in the hand. I’ll miss the dials, but I’m ready to evolve. I think I can live with the fully articulating screen.
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>>4103422
i got an x-t3 after not doing much reasearch into other bodies beyond determining that i didn't want the x-t4. i suppose the x pro 3 would have been out of my budget anyways and same goes for the x-t5.. but even so, i'm feeling similarly relieved that i made a good choice
i don't plan to be in the market for another body for at least 4 years so i hope that's enough time for fuji to get back on track with build quality and materials for the x-t line... like the other anon said, the tactility of the dials is one of the main features a lot of us are looking for. in that vein, the sensor resolution jump was a bit surprising to me because i figure fuji would know that most of us literally don't care about resolution
>>4103385
>>4103091
equipment size might matter for sex but to have a gf, character is paramount
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>finally decided to buy the X100V
>out of stock everywhere
>because its out of stock i want it even more
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>>4103459
Seems like you dodged a bullet with the X-pro3 as well with the screen ribbon cable issue. I wonder if any of this is corona-era quality control issues. Or maybe off-shoring issues. Aren't they making most of their stuff in the Philippines now?
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>>4102893
Whats the benefit of using this compared to adding a filter to your RAW file in Lightroom after shooting?
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I contacted Fuji Switzerland about this X-Pro3 issue.
Here's the reply I received.
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Thank you for your inquiry and that you trust in our products.

As a Swiss trading company that imports Fujifilm products and resells them to Swiss retailers, we cannot comment directly on this matter.

We have also heard about the case in the USA and are equally curious about the outcome which will be reached in court.

There is no official statement from Fujifilm confirming the poor quality of the ribbon cable.

If we look at all the repair cases of X-Pro3 cameras since the launch in Switzerland, we have had only one case of this model where the ribbon cable had to be replaced.

Also, the total failure rate is very low in relation to the number of cameras imported by us into the Swiss market.

Therefore, we cannot assume a serial defect at the moment, which could lead to a recall.

I cannot recommend you to stop using the LCD display of your camera because of the events that took place in the USA.

Continue to use the display as normal and capture moments in life as you would have before the class action lawsuit in the US.

If the lawsuit is justified, a reputable manufacturer like Fujifilm would offer a customer-oriented solution to the problem.

I am convinced of that.

Have a great end of the week and always good light!
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>>4103500
See above
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Hey guys xt200 bro here again. I have enjoyed the hell out of this camera as a entry level Fuji but I really crave for something better and frankly I would like to be able to use the new recipes that I cant on the xt200

As I am on a budget I think xt3 is a good place to go as it costs 650€ without kitlens where I am.

I am using a Viltrox 85mm 1.8mm as both cameras dont have IBIS and the lens is heavy I have severe second thoughts.

Comparison seems legit leaning for xt3:
https://versus.com/en/fujifilm-x-t200-vs-fujifilm-x-t3#group_optics

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A example of blurry picture from my xt200. I feel like the heavy weight of the xt3 can counteract the heavy lens

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>>4103567
I use a 90mm on the X-T3 and I get 100% at 1/125th. 1/60th gives me a 50% keeper rate. I think I have pretty steady hands.
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>>4103219
I don't give a damn what the camera looks like. I don't use the Ovf like I thought I would though.

>>4103227
Yea might be the route to go. Put some extra $$$ back in my pocket.

>>4103241
Ribbon cables have been a problem since the god damn 80s when date backs were introduced into film cameras.

>>4103430
I don't make use of the Ovf so it seems like a waste at this point. And I fully expect to run into the ribbon cable issue again. I want an xtrans4 but beyond that don't really care what camera it is.

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>>4103650
you bought an x pro 3 to take snapshits like that?
lmao
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>>4103661
It's the brand of choice for snapshitters
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>>4103661
Ya dude. Does that make you mab?

Here's my magnum opus. I call it: Erased Footprints

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>>4103518
Not having to edit in the first place lmao,
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>>4103674
Is this your way of coping with the fact that the only people that take photos on this board either shoot Fujis or film?
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>>4103543
What a classy and well written reply
Thanks röstibros
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>>4103543
Doomer bros...
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Did they change the optics of the new 56?
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>>4103988
Yes, it's a sharper lens across the entire image and the bokeh is smoother
https://youtu.be/BPkVppuFzS0
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Please talk me out of getting the 16-55 f2.8 for black week sales. I was thinking of getting it used, but they really keep their value, new with discount isn't that much more expensive, and I get the full warranty.

I already have the 8-16 and 50-140 and both of them completely blew me away with both build and image quality. From what I've heard about it I expect this one to do the same.

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How would you crop this? If at all?

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>>4104013
It’s a great lens, just big and heavy. Best on a body with IBIS, and not a good travel lens
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need moar recipes
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>>4104013
get it. no ragrats. if you decide its shit its trivial to flip.
i grabbed the 35mm f/1.4 because fuckit the images are gorgeous
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>>4104022
I would do a 4x5 crop and then edit the second woman out

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>>4104058
>>>/gd/
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>>4104061
?
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>>4104063
not a fan of the removal of the woman, it's getting more into digital art/graphic design than photography here
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>>4104069
Purism in digital photography is cringe to me but I can respect your opinion. The crop still works but less so

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>>4104070
not really purism, Im just autistic about the photo being somewhat accurate to life
im not the guy who took the pic btw
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>>4104074
The lines we all draw for what counts and doesn't count as photography are entirely arbitrary so I'm always okay to respect someone else's definitions and avoid an unproductive, usually long, conversation.
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>>4104004
Holy shit it's so sharp at 1.2
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>>4104022
I wouldn't crop it at all because it's comfy as-is.
>>4104058
yeah cloning shit out is lame as fuck
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>>4104111
Again you're entitled to your opinion, I just can't be arsed to care
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My office has an 5D Mark II together
with a 24-105 f4 lens that is really solid but they're huge to carry around and seeing how I handle things on my own with my X-T20 and the XF35 f1.4 (and XF18-55 for the wide angle shots) they asked me if I have recommendations for a smaller body and a lens combination that is suited for their work, namely shooting short video clips and shooting at events.
I thought of X-S10 for being small and IBIS as well as the 16-80 F4 but what do you think?
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>>4104167
I would keep Fuji out of professional spaces where others will have to use it too. Just get a Snoy
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>>4104167
Rent the combo for one of your events and let everyone test it before committing to a purchase?
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Is there anyway to shoot in square format with the evf without shooting jpeg? I shot all raw and I want to see my shot in a square …

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>>4104230
so crop it
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>>4104240

Obviously, but it’s just easier composing when you have the crop already there.
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>>4104230
https://fujifilm-x.com/en-us/exposure-center/get-creative-with-square-format/
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>>4104250
I understand how to do it, but I want to do it without the Jpegs but I guess it’s not possible

Thank you though
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>>4104255
oh I see. you could always mass apply a square crop to your raw files after import. I realize that's not 100% automatic but it would be pretty quick.
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>>4104243
could shoot jpeg + raw and delete the jpegs after, takes like 2 seconds because they're organised into columns in the windows file browser
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>>4104184
>>4104187
They already use the 5D Mk.II for really important stuff but for other casual things a smaller camera is proffered, or at least this is what I was told. Sony A7-4 is great but it's not going to be a replacement.
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>>4104167
>>4104336
I'd probably just buy them an a6400
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>>4104336
You have the a6400/6600 and a7c if you want a really small camera.

Although I'm a Fuji fanboy I think the Snoy makes a lot of sense for this application, especially since you're probably going to be relying on video autofocus. Also they are weather sealed, unlike the X-S10.

There's also a case to be made for just getting rid of the Canon and use an A7 for everything, it's still a considerable improvement in size over the Canon.
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>>4104357
Agreed I'm >>4104354

Sold my sonys a few years ago for fuji and loving it but if I had to buy my workplace a camera I'd buy them an a6400 just for the video AF
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>>4104250
Man, this is on the official Fuji website and it's retarded as hell in terms of advice
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>>4104369
What's retarded about it? an I get a tl;dr?
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>>4104371
>place things in the center of the frame most times
>rule of thirds doesn't really work
>there are different rules of composition for square format
All of this is wrong. You're going to be doing things differently, geometrically speaking, between a rectangle and a square but the same rules still apply. There's not that much that's different between them and there's no point in making sqaure compositions sound "out there" and weird
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>>4104452
As someone who has shot square format for nearly 20 years, those tips are all quite right actually.
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>>4104595
Explain pls
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>>4104665
What would you like explained? The Fuji link another anon posted above explains it pretty well IMO.
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>>4103227
PZ lido?
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anyone use the 70-300 for birds? want to start shooting crows locally.
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>>4104595
I don't agree with you. I disagree, in fact
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>>4104759
what do u disagree with buster
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>>4104770
What you said



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