miXed zone: X-Trans Rocks :: 100-400, 35mmF2, 120mmF2.8 pictures and impressions, Travel X… and more!

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At the moment, one of the most liked images at the X-shooter facebook zone
In the mist – Streets of Nice :: shot taken by Gabor Nagy‎
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1) SHARE & DESCRIBE: go to the Fujirumors facebook timeline and submit your favorite X-shot (and a short description) in the timeline by selecting “Photo/Video” .
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ROADMAP LENSES

Fujinon XF 35mm 2.0, XF 100-400mm and XF 120 2.8 Macro Overview at the Spanish site fuji-xperience (translation)

Christian Nönken said over here at the FR-facebook page: “The rear cap on the 14mm makes all the difference in this image.”

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

Rico’s X-T10 First Look / What Should You Expect When You Use The X-T10? at FujiAUS / First Impressions of the New AF system (on X-T10) at the Spanish site Fujistas (translation) / X-T10 review at mirrorlessons / First Shots Lab Shots at imaging-resource /

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

Rico’s XF90mm First Look.

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

Discovering Tasmania with the FujiFilm XT-1 and Fujinon XF16 F1.4 R WR Lens at caveiraphotography

X100/S/T + TCL/WCL

Fuji’s Sweet 16 at miksmedia / Fuji X100T camera Hands-on review at aboutphotography-tomgrill / The Fujilmfilm X100T: A God’s Camera at brooksreview / The Myth of More (Not Just Another Fuji X100T Review) at petapixel / X100T Review at epicmirrorless / The Fuji X100S, 10 Pictures Out Of Context at photo.rwboyer / First day on the job for my Fuji X100T at aboutphotography-tomgrill /

Fujifilm X-T1 + Graphite X-T1

My Move to Mirrorless and the Fujifilm X-T1 at Anthony Morganti youtube / 40M Camera Underwater Housing Waterproof Case For Fujifilm X-T1 at Rack Yan youtube channel / Ein Tag in Zierikzee mit der Fujifilm X-T1 at bjoernwunderlich (translation) / Fuji XT-1, The Low Down at photo.rwboyer / First shots with the Fuji X-T1 and the Lee Big Stopper at musicphotographer  / Fuji X-T1 settings at prophotonut /

other X-series cameras

Is the Fuji X-Pro1 still relevant? at eyebeamimages / X-E1: Rotterdam’s Legacy at atsight.photos / Why I kept my Fuji X Pro-1 at instylephotographyblog /

Lenses

X-mount lenses

What’s the favorite X lens of… read who picked which lens in Spanish here at fuji-Xperience (translation) / Photo Pro Review of the 16-55mm WR Fuji lens at ideasandimages / An “All-Day-Lens” – My experience with the XF16-55mm at drawwithlight / Close Focus Without a Macro Lens at macleancomms / A month with Fujinon XF 50-140mm F2.8 zoom lens at jeffseltzerphotography /

Travel X

Best Of 8 months on the road with the X-T1 at creativeway / Backpacking around the world with a Fuji X-T1 at thientravelography500px / X-PLR, My Travels at vopoku / Thien is backpacking around the world and shares his shots (taken with X-T1) on facebook here /

Switch to the X

The Indonesian lifestyle online magazine called Manual Jakarta (www.manual.co.id) switched to Fuji (not completely yet). Here are the links to some articles that use X-Camera (X-T1 in particular): 1. A Session with Studio Dasar: Istiqlal Mosque. http://bit.ly/1Pw8RAx 2. From Farm to Table With Potato Head. http://bit.ly/1Emk2sk 3. Preview To G’Day Mate (Portrait Photos) http://bit.ly/1CYUOMI 4. Just Around The Yellow Korner. http://bit.ly/1IaP354 5. BART, The Bartender Up ABove. bit.ly/1aJh86k 6. The Way it Plays in The Folks. http://bit.ly/1chToXK 7. A Session with Studio Dasar: Studi-o Cahaya. http://bit.ly/1RZm6O6 8. Ombe Kofie: Affable Friend in The North http://bit.ly/1QlhYEA 9. But First, Let Me Grab a Coffee. http://bit.ly/1cqBUZY All of the photos are taken with either XF35mm, XF56mm or XF10-24mm.

RAW-converters

Capture One 8.3 releases… first look at thomasfitzgeraldphotography / Processing X-Trans with Photo Ninja at fotozones /

Acessories / Flash / Adapter / Extension Tubes

Godox V850 manual Li-ion flash: a perfect manual flash for my Fujifilm X-cameras at morethanwords / X-T1 Accessories at johncaz /

a bit of everything – X-Trans Rocks

X-Trans ROCKS!!! at ivanjoshualoh / My 2.5 Years With Fujifilm X-Series Cameras And Lenses at bradleyhanson / Fuji X-Ploits; Black and White at thewanderinglensman part 1 & part 2 / Behold: A Fuji Instax Camera with a Vintage 4×5 Lens at petapixel / robvisual and his fuji at robvisualfuji / Adventures with the Fuji X System… and maybe a Nikon image or two at xshooters / A guide to perfect panoramas using nodal shift at prophotonut / How wedding photography has changed over the last 16 years and what all photographers can learn from it at inmybag / The 5 Best Cheap Lenses for Fujifilm X Series Cameras at thephoblographer / Long Exposure Photography with the Fujifilm X-T1 and X-E2 at wimarys /

According to the Spanish site Fujistas, the latest Android ver. 5.1 fixes the connectivity problems with Fujfilm Apps.

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  • Chris

    100-400?

    • Patrick

      thanks, corrected

      • Chris

        You are welcome.

  • Thanks for the

  • Thanks for the feature :)

  • Peter Gabriel

    Has Fuji ever had a Cash Back on the Fuji x100 models? I want to buy the x100t, but don’t want to do it right now if they launch an x100t campaign any time soon.

  • mattcasc

    What is the advantage of the 35/2 over the existing 35/1.4? I assumed it would be size, but that 35/2 prototype doesn’t look much smaller, particularly when you notice that the 14 has a rear lens cap on.

    Focus speed?

    • We know it’ll have weather sealing. Possibly something along the line of the new quad linear motor in the 90mm f/2. Since we fantasize about features on this site I’ll hope the lens has a real manual focus design.

  • aki

    Did anybody else notice the new roadmap that says “100-400mm F 4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR”?

  • Milbr

    The spanish site points out that the xpro2 will be smaller (narrower) therefore the conical shape of this lens makes it suitable for the new body. It makes sense.

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