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Paul Andrew Dunker‎: I finally got out to play with my new Fuji X-T2. There was some seriously cool fog in the city today, offering a chance to get some really peaceful black and white shots. I have been extremely impressed with Fujifilm cameras since the X100S. The X-T2 is a game changer, though. Even coming from a Nikon D800e, equipped with all of the best lenses available, I don’t feel like I’m giving anything up shooting on the Fuji. The amount of detail and dynamic range available are nothing short of miraculous for a camera this size. Bravo, Fujifilm.

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Here are the most liked images of the Fujirumors facebook page… and keep it up, share and vote your absolute favorite X-shot… and here is how to do it:

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” .
2) VOTE & COMMENT: All the images will be displayed at the Fujirumors facebook photo page (click “See All”). You can vote, share & comment the images there.

NOTE: The next selection will start from those images shared starting from February 14!

Enjoy the X-shots ;)

Okan Yilmaz‎: Old Couple. X-T1, 18-135mm. www.okanyilmaz.net

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Fujifilm GFX AF-DEMO Videos :: How Good Are Fujifilm JPEGs? :: X100F Settings For Street Photography :: Fuji vs Leica vs Sony (miXed zone)

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How good are Fujifilm Jpgs? at Zed ProMedia youtube

Playing with the GFX (AF-DEMO) at Mike Black youtube – video 1 / video 2

Fujifilm GFX: USA BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS EU: AmazonDE, AmazonUK, WexUKParkCamerasUKPCHstore AUS: CameraPro
Fujifilm X100F: USA BHphotoAdorama, AmazonUS EU: AmazonDE, AmazonUK, WexUK, ParkCamerasUK, PCHstore AUS: CameraPro

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Estimated Price of GF 110mmF2, GF 45mmF2.8 and GF23mmF4

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So, how much will the next GF lenses cost? At this stage, I want to make clear that an estimated price has been set by Fujifilm, but it’s not final… as so often, changes can be made until the last second.

I’m in talk with sources, who asked me to wait for the final price tag. All that seems sure for now, is that Fuji would like to keep the price of the GF 110mmF2 below $3,000.

However, some prices already surfaced on the web.

  • Fujinon GF 23mmF4 = $2599
  • Fujinon GF 45mmF2.8 = $1699
  • Fujinon GF 110mmF2 = $2799

Again… take it with a grain of salt, since Fujifilm is known to change price tag anytime, even after the announcement of gear, like it happened with the X70, where the price was lowered 3 days after pre-orders were already open.

I’ll let you know as soon as I get the final price from sources.

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Monochrome Fujifilm X-Pro1 M and X100S M Available – Converted by Maxmax

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If you always dreamed of a monochrome Fujifilm, then this might interest you.

The company Maxmax is converting th X-Pro1 and X100S to Monochrome cameras.

  • X-Pro1 M = $2,425
  • X100S M = $2,600

Expensive? Well, at least it’s considerably cheaper than the Leica M Monochrome ;)

You can download sample images and RAW files here.

I remind you that at a certain stage, Fujifilm managers publicly said that they are considering to make a monochrome X-Pro, but they are trying to understand how much interested there is on the market for that. So I launched a Poll here on FujiRumors, where you guys showed no big love for a X-ProM and shortly after, because of this poll, Fujifilm killed any plan. This is a true story shared publicly by a Fujifilm insider and shows that sometimes you guys have a terrific influence on Fuji’s plans (like the revival of the X-E3). Read more here.

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Fuji X-T2 and X-T1 – a New Perspective on Myanmar in 2017

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guest post by Philip Sutton: philipsuttonphotography.com or on instagram at fineartfoto

Monks playing “Chinlone”, early morning Hsipaw, Myanmar, 2017 (Fuji X-T2 and XF 18-135)

Myanmar Today
As I sit reflecting on my just completed photographic expedition, it’s been quite an amazing experience having spent a month photographing the wonders of Myanmar. I think for me the huge difference has been (compared to when I was there last five years ago – or especially 12 years ago), everybody now has a device in their hand. For weal or woe change is coming quickly to Myanmar. The changes are obvious as people rush to catch up to the rest of the world. It’s a shock to see everybody with a device in their hand – in a country where the average wage is only $2-$5 per day (sim cards and devices must be very cheap there). I preferred it to how it was on my last two visits but nobody can blame them for wanting to catch up with the new millennium. However, for now it’s still a very special place. I am not sure how long that will last, but at least for now I leave with some very special memories and 6 times 64gig SD cards filled with the evidence of those experiences.

I have travelled Asia now extensively for over a decade shooting street and environmental portraits. Even having been to Cambodia over 12 times, and countless times in Vietnam and other places, I can still say that Myanmar is the most special in all of Asia. I think it’s the combination of the lovely friendly people, the gorgeous little kids running around with the Thanaka paste on their faces, the men spitting their disgusting beatle-nut everywhere, and the gorgeous light – oh that light. It seems that every corner one walks around or every step one takes, another photo opportunity presents itself. Where I live in Australia is like a moonscape (photographically speaking), compared with the photographic opportunities in Burma – no wonder my cameras stay locked in their cupboard for most of the year!

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