miXed zone: The First Fujifilm Lenses You Should Buy :: XF90mm & X-T10 Reviews :: and more about the X-world !

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X-T10
USA: AmazonUS / BHphoto / Adorama EU: AmazonDE / AmazonUK / AmazonFR / WexUK / Cameraworld / PCHstore / AUS: Camerapro

On The Grid in Red Bull Ring at macleancomms + A Lightweight Alternative to the X-T1? also at macleancomms / Review at digitalcameraworld / Here are 28 photographs taken with the new Fuji X-T10 at the Amateur Photographer reader day event in London with Fujifilm UK at prophotonut / Secret Undercover Preview: X100T vs X-T10 at bigheadtaco’s youtube channel / First Impressions at thephoblographer / ISO-Test at the French site focus-numerique (translation) / Reveiw at cameras.reviewed / Fuji X-T10 ~ A mini marvel – My first 80 portraits at prophotonut

XF90mmF2 WR
USA: AmazonUS / BHphoto / Adorama EU: AmazonDE / AmazonUK / AmazonFR / WexUK  / PCHstore / AUS: Camerapro

Review at macfilos / Japanese review at KASYAPA (translation) / Thailand Grand Festival 2015 shot mostly with the 90mm at Marcel van Beek’s facebook / A “Sharp” Lens: Fuji XF90mm F2 R LM WR at leighmiller /

XF 16mm F1.4 WR
USA: BHphoto / AmazonUS / Adorama / EUROPE: WexUK / PCHstore

Highly Recommended, what else ;) … XF 16mm review at ephotozine / Fuji XF 16mm F1.4 R WR Lens Review at findingrange / Review at fstoppers / Review at slrgear /

X100/S/T + TCL/WCL

Street Photography in Istanbul with the silent & discreet X100S at gaetanobelverde / Spring in Paris with the X100S at jasonpitcher / Manual Focusing in NYC with the X100T at dylanseeger / X100T: An every day affair? at anthonyowenjones / 10 reasons why I love my Fujifilm X100T at morethanwords /

Fujifilm X-T1

Life in the “true” deep South… with the Fuji’s at jaxchile / Punching above their weight: The Fujifilm X-T1 and Fujinon 18-135mm Lens at entropicremnants / Fujifilm X-T1 Vs. Samsung NX1: A Sensor Comparison at alikgriffin / Don’t try this at home! at visualmotion / The Optical Viewfinder Experience on the Fuji X-T1 & X-T10 at eyebeamimages / Why I’m Buying Neither A Fujifilm X-T1 Nor A 56mm f1.2: A Mini Review at fujifilmxseries / Setting Up My X-T1 at ideasandimages / Fujifilm X-T1 vs Nikon D7200 at 1000wordpics / Gavin Millar did some photos with the X-T1 for Creep Magazine. See them at creepmagazine /  One of The added benefits of the firmware 4.0 update–Better focusing in bad light at xshooters / Fujifilm X-T1 Firmware Version 4 review at amateurphotographer /  Equipment during the trip and some thoughts on the 4.0 Firmware at jonasjacobsson / Review of FW 4 at mirrorlessons / Shooting With Everything On Automatic; Photography For Dummies! How Well Does It Work With The X-T1? at thewanderinglensman / Fuji X-T1 Odyssey Update at photo.rwboyer / Review of the Fuji X-T1 wifi function and VSCOcam app at creativelondonphotographer / Time lapse exposure of the city with the Fuji X-T1 at aboutphotography-tomgrill /

other X-series cameras

 X-E2: Good Bye Vietnam at gregorharih / Shooting Atlanta Braves Game with Fuji X-E2 at stanleyleary / Shooting theater with the Fujifilm X-E2 and Nikon D750 at stanleyleary /

Lenses

X-mount lenses

The First Fujifilm Lenses You Should Buy at thewirecutter / 35mmF14: A thundering evening at lichtscheu / Capturing storm clouds over the city with the Fuji X-T1, 18-135mm and 10-24mm zooms at aboutphotography-tomgrill / The sharpshooter: Fuji’s 50-140mm F2.8 lens at viksandhu /

other lenses / Adapter / Extension Tubes

Fujifilm MCEX-11 – MCEX-16 Extension Tubes Review at bjornmoerman / Fishy Business (with the Samyang 8mm f/2.8 for Fuji-X) at eyesuncloudedphoto / A Lens Not Too Far! (Another Adapted Lens for Fuji X) at findingrange / Manual Glass on Fuji Camera Bodies at daveyoungfotografia /

Travel X / Switch to the X / Fuji X for Weddings

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image courtesy: gusmank

Alain & Sarah: Honeymoon in Bali (taken with Fuji Gear) at gusmank – featured also at Fujifilm Indonesia on Instagram here + Rich & Danielle: Family Vacation in Bali at gusmank /

Jpeg / RAW / Converters

Tip: Process your RAW photos in-camera at xphotographers /

Acessories / Flash / Adapter / Extension Tubes

Review: The Black Widow, by Spider Holster at colinnichollsphotography / Natural light & speedlight shooting with the Fuji X System at mikecroshaw / English manual for the Meike X-T1 grip at pan.baidu /

a bit of everything

11 Spots You Need to Visit as a Photographer in Tokyo (including FujiFilm History Museum) at onwardphoto / Readers’ showcase: Dan Hogman (all work done with Fuji’s) at dpreview / 10 Tips For Shooting On The Streets at janschwarz / What gear does 7 of the worlds leading street photography experts recommend? at inmybag / The Streets Of Pittsburgh Print Magazine Is Available – many images, including the cover image, taken with the X100T at decisiveshot / How to wirelessly transfer your photos at xphotographers /

FR-reader Scott posted a recent story to steller.co was curated by the team and was featured in the outdoor/action section. It’s now one of the top 20 stories. The pics were taken with the Fuji X-T1 and 50-140mm lens. The story is called Surf City. See a pic here.

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  • Kasparas Visockas

    If only there was a sigma 18-35 1.8 Art for the X-mount… I would then only need one prime: The 90mm.

    My case is, I’m with Nikon dx right now but I always wanted to be Fuji. I can afford the sigma 18-35 for Nikon but I can’t afford all the fuji primes (18, 23, 35). I want the sigma ASAP but if I buy it, I will be forced to stay with Nikon due to the investment :/. Sigma and fuji, hurry up!

    • John Griggs

      I’m with you on that 18-35 1.8. That would be awesome on Fuji X.

    • Peter

      Since that 18–35 is designed an SLR lens with a flange distance that accounts for a mirror box, it would actually make more sense to have an active adapter with AF capabilities so that the Nikon version would be usable on the Fuji instead. I know there is an adapter with AF translation for using Canon lenses on Sony, supposedly with near native AF-speed, so we should maybe be bugging that company to create an active adapter for using Nikon lenses on Fuji X instead.

      • Chris

        E mount is open to manufactures for free. Never heard of such things about other mounts. But even if you can buy one now, it would cost over $300 USD and weights around 300g. There is really no point in doing so.

        • Peter

          Manufacturers have reverse engineered the AF/lens protocols for ages, which is why we have third party AF lenses in the first place. Aslo, a Fuji version of the Sigma lens would have to have the AF communication built-in as well, so they would have to reverse engineer the protocol anyway.

          I don’t see why an adapter would weigh 300g since it wouldn’t have glass in it, only a circuit with a processor that converts between the two communication protocols. The Sony/Canon adapter certainly doesn’t weigh that much. It’s almost entirely a software problem.

          Also, even $300 would still be pretty cheap relatively speaking if it allows you to use your $5000–$10000 investment of existing SLR lenses and use the Fuji X cameras as backups for an SLR system or use them in parallel and quickly use a certain lens on the Fuji. Where size and weight is a concern, you’d of course go exclusively with dedicated mirrorless lenses (which the Sigma 18-35, which this discussion was about, is not).

          • Chris

            However with adapters your camera is around 650-700g. D750 is about 850g and it takes 1200 shots before battery is out. I won’t get Fuji in this case. And you don’t need to worry about handling and weather seal and such.

          • Peter

            Sure, but keep in mind that a dedicated X-mount version would also have to include the material to cover the flange distance difference, so you’d essentially have a built-in adapter and the X-mount version would weigh more than the DSLR counterparts. If you want small and lightweight, dedicated mirrorless lenses are the way to go.

            While battery life and AF system cannot compare (unless you count live-view mode), the X cameras still have some advantages over a camera like the D750, such as body price, more quiet shutter, the film simulation profiles, smaller and more lightweight dedicated lenses, acting as a 1.5 tele converter versus full frame (you can bring one single lens and use it for different reach on two different bodies), electronic shutter, less attention and more relaxed subjects versus a DSLR (though a smaller lens will help there), depending on what you shoot and how it moves 8 fps instead of 6.5 can be relevant, the Fuji has very accurate closest-eye AF due to the contrast detect AF and so on.

            The Sigma 18–35 is an APS-C lens by the way, so you’d either have to shoot the D750 in DX crop mode, use a D7XXX instead, or live with distortion/vignetting on the edges. Your argument is still valid of course.

            It all depends on what you are shooting and how, what you already have and bring and where your priorities are. You might use a Nikon camera for work and an X-T1 for travel and bring the X-T1 with an active adapter as a backup to paid shoots for example. Of course an adapter will never be able to replace the native lenses.

  • Talia

    How sad to “stay connected” while on vacation… Like the world’s gonna stop without you here!

    • Patrick

      hmmm… basically everyone I meet is permanently connected to facebook with smatphones or Ipad’s posting images of what they had for lunch ;) Are they all sad?

    • Patrick

      some share on facebook, some blog

  • John Griggs

    Thank you, Patrick, for all your hard work (particularly on vacation) and I thank you also for linking my blog. Have fun! — John (entropic remnants)

  • Patrick

    it’s often hard to blog 365 days a year, but as in this image, I try to take advantage of every “empty space” I have, like here, waiting 2 hours for a ferry… some post on facebook in the meantime, I blog

  • Roby

    Hope you have a nice vacation in Bali, Patrik :)
    By ferry, are you go to Lombok next?

  • Patrick

    I’m in Gili now… next stop Lombok… and then back home :(

  • frod

    I read the article on ‘The First Fujifilm Lenses You Should Buy’ and it seems to be pretty much a list of the last lenses I’ll buy.

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