miXed zone: more 56 APD samples, X-E2 or X-T1, switch to the X + X100S: “my creativity has grown because of it!”

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X100T: USA: BHphoto  / AmazonUS / Adorama / EUROPE: WexUK / WexDE / PCHstore / AUSTRALIA: CameraPro
Graphite Silver X-T1USA: BHphotoAmazonUS / Adorama / EUROPE: WexUK / WexDE / PCHstore / AUSTRALIA: CameraPro
XF 56mm f/1.2 APD: USA: BHphoto / AmazonUS / Adorama / EUROPE: WexUK / WexDE / PCHstore / AUSTRALIA: CameraPro
XF 50-140 f/2.8 WR: USA: BHphotoAmazonUS / Adorama / EUROPE: WexUK / WexDE / PCHstore AUSTRALIA: CameraPro
X-T1 + XF 18-135 WR: USA: BHphotoAmazonUS / Adorama /

XF 56mm f/1.2 APD
USA: BHphoto / AmazonUS / Adorama / EUROPE: WexUK / WexDE / AUSTRALIA: CameraPro

More samples at laroquephoto / Simple Comparison between XF56mm APD and XF56mm (exterior photo, lens construction, and MTF chart) at dicahub /

Fujifilm X-T1
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Fuji X-T1 or Fuji X-E2? And the winner is…. check it out in Spanish at Fuji-Xperience (English tranlsation) / Mein Resümee zur Fujifilm X-T1 in German at die-zeit-zeugen (translation) / Stéphane Monard: All albums except the Laos one is made with a fuji x system. Japan with an x-e1 and all Africa with X-T1 at smosvision / Fujifilm X-T1 Hints and Tips at photomadd / X-vinTage1: My Fujifilm X-T1 review part two at jonasraskphotography / Fuji X-T1 Review Follow-Up at masonmarsh / A day of sailing at doncraigphoto / A little taste of Icelandic B/W at jonasjacobsson / Fuji X-T1, My Thoughts at rf-photography / 30 B&W wedding pictures – Fuji X-T1 at leemeekphotography / Sean Marc Lee: My 3 page spread in September’s GQ Taiwan from the 9 page article “Girls We Love.” I wish they included all the details and closeups I took. All photos taken with the Fujifilm X-T1 and XF56mm. at seanmarc-lee / Fujifilm X-T1 Review: The RAF at danielkcheung / Lighting portraits with the Fuji X-T1 and natural light at iso1200 /

Switch to the X

Matt Russell: “Patrick, Well, I finally did it. I sold my Canon 5D Mark II with 5 lenses and bought a X-T1 with the 10-24mm, 55-200, and the 56mm. After having bought the X100s and been impressed with it, I can’t say how impressed I am with the X-T1 and the lenses. I’m starting to branch out in my photography (portraits, street, etc) which I felt inhibited by the size, bulk, and attention my Canon gear garnered. I would have to pick and choose which Canon gear to leave home as it all wouldn’t fit into my gear bag. I now carry all my Fuji gear (X-T1, 3 lenses, X100S) and have room to spare and less of a load. I couldn’t be happier with my decision. I will never go back to a DSLR.” mjrussellphotography.com/latestmjrussellphotography.com/gallery/places/connecticu

– The Fuji switch part II: Weddings… at benjacobsenphoto / POV: The ‘Unbearable’ Lightness of Fuji X Series at thetravelphotographer / From Nikon DSLRs to Fuji X cameras ~ Reflections on the X-T1 at alexanderleaman / I fell in love with my X at wieselblitz / I sold all my gear for a Fujifilm X-T1 at russellfeatherstonephotography / A Fujifilm X-T1 Review Of Sorts VS Canon 5D Mark III & Olympus E-M1 at kithomasphotography / Should I sell my DSLR and buy a Fuji? at dougchinnery / Bye-bye Canon, hello Fuji (longterm X-T1 & X-system review) at juiceimaging /

Fujifilm X30
USA: BHphoto / Adorama / AmazonUS / BestBuy / EUROPE: wexUK / wexDE / PCHstore

– more real world samples at dpreview / hands-on preview at kammah / X30 first look at dslrmagazine in Spanish (translation) /

KAIZEN

Chris: “I’d like to know more about Fujifilm plans for open source software. I’d like to be able to interact with my camera via an api, and create customizations/plugins that change the way the camera operates. There is Magic Lantern www.magiclantern.fm, which does this for Canon cameras, but the best option would be for Fuji to lead the charge.” /

X100S
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– Michael Falco: “I wrote a review on the X100S, I hope you find it valuable enough to share it. It came from my heart and my creativity has grown because of it.” Read it at michaelfalco / caving with the X100s at xexets / Fuji X100s at ianmacdonaldphotography / Here’s the iPhone 6 Plus Next to the Fuji X100S. Which is the ‘Pocket Camera’ Now? at petapixel /

other X-series cameras

– Tristan Williams: Just found out how well the X system handles shooting indoor concerts! Couldn’t believe the results. See here. / Hands On Review: Fujifilm X-E2 + Fujifilm 18-55mm at antonionunes / Fuji X-PRO1 in Bali at samburtonphoto / Photography of Marathon watches. Fuji X-E1 at simonpeckham / X-PRO1: photo shooting right before and after the sunset at wilsonchiew / X-PRO1: Suberashi Photo @ Morgan Motor Car Malvern at suberashi / Slowing Down with the Fuji X-Pro1 at kagecollective /

XF 18-135mm
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– Fujifilm XF 18-135mm, the “superb telephoto lens” review in Dubai at michaelrcruz / My thoughts on the WR 18-135 lens at jonasjacobsson / Weather-sealed Magic – FUJINON XF18-135mm F3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR at randallcipriano /

lenses

– Fuji XF 10-24MM f4: Shooting Architecture by Marco Sobrevinas at findingrange / Up Close? X-Pro1 Fuji XF 35/1.4 & Raynox +8 at roblowephoto /
Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 & Testing New Fuji Glass at 35mmstreet / Movement. The essence of Old Delhi with the 56 and 10-24 at timsteadman / arch In August rally at Hyde Park, Sydney (with Fuji X-Pro 1 & 56mm f/1.2, 18mm f/2) at robertcatto /

RAW-conversion

– best X-Trans RAW converter at fujivsfuji /

Classic Chrome

Fuji’s Classic Chrome Film Simulation Brings the Magic of Kodachrome to the Digital Realm at petapixel /

Acessories

– New battery protection for the Fujifilm NP-W126 battery called Clip cap at ad-3d /

a little bit of everything

– X-to-iPad workflow at doncraigphoto / Paris street photography – traveling X-Photographer style at fujixfiles / My Gear / Fuji X Series Cameras at colinnichollsphotography / My love affair with EVFs at fujifilmblog / 500px has a new feature called groups. So far there are over 700 members to the fuji group https://500px.com/groups/fujifilmusers / Cambodia part 2 ~ Temples at prophotonut / Big Images and Small Cameras in the City at markschuelerphoto / with the Fuji X100s and the X-T1 at gaborimages / London and Fuji strike again, with an evening detour to the BWPA at lizzieshepherd / My dreamed Fuji XT on my next photo tour at nomadphotoexpeditions /

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  • Mc

    Mor rumors photokina tomorrow???xpro??

  • Count me in for the open source Fuji software. Better yet, make current cameras with free API, and make the entire firmware of obsolete models open source (perhaps with precompiled “trade secret” / closed source libraries).

  • kodo

    can someone please answer me a question? will i40 flash work with x100s? thx

    • Dis

      I will if it comes out.

      • kodo

        thx for the answer :)

  • Ratty Mouse

    “I’d like to know more about Fujifilm plans for open source software.”

    Easy. There are ZERO plans to open up Fujifilm software.

    • Didiergm

      And that’s first hand info from a trusted insider

  • GaryGarth

    For the RAW converter article:

    Irident/PhotoNinja are first place with detail and render with CaptureOne Pro 7 being in second but also having the nicest colour and skin tones and doesn’t seem to render as harshly.

    • Shawn S

      I’m enjoying using RawTherapee now that it doesn’t crash when opening .RAF file :-)

  • Mrpong

    Do you think…there will be XF23/1.4 APO ? I shoot at this focal length a lot and really like my 23/1.4

    • ipecaca

      Won’t APO cost twice as much?

      • Mrpong

        Maybe

        I heard that APO is not suitable for wide-normal, but if it finally becomes the big improvement, then I think it’s worth paying more.

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