I decided to post a small Fujirumors reader reviews/galleries article! Thanks for sharing your rumors, work, reviews and news with the Fujirumors community!
Now let’s start:
– “I got back last week from a visit to Cuba, a heaven for street photography. I took with me the Fuji X-E1 with the 18mm f/2 lens and the Oly OMD EM5 with the 12mm f/2 lens. Both cameras are excellent and preformed great at all the shooting conditions I was working. I used AF and MF with both cameras with no problem. It’s true that the OMD is faster to focus but honestly, in real life situations for the most part the Fuji AF is fast enough. It’s not fast enough for sports photography but I’m not shooting sports… I published a short post on my visit on my blog, I usually do not discuss equipment as I do believe in the cliche that It is the photographer and not the camera. There is a presentation clip embedded in my post of my work from my visit to Cuba. All pictures are taken with the two cameras and lenses that are mentioned above. You can tell which photo was taken with which camera by the picture ratio format, the 3:2 (wider) were taken with the X-E1 and the 4:3 with the Olympus.” Thanks Sagi!
– “I have had a loaner X-Pro1 for a few months now. I have been shooting around Sydney Australia with it along side my Canon and Sony cameras… It is not extensive but represents quite a range of photographic techniques including stitching, stacking, wide open, high ISO. All shot on the 35mm F1.4.” So click here to see Ian’s shots.
– “From May to September 2012 I had been making night landscapes using both the Fujifilm X-Pro1 with 35mm lens and Nikon D800e with 16-35mm. I found myself using the X-Pro1 more and more the color rendition was amazing and quality of the images were comparable with the D880e. Can you tell the difference? I purchased the X-pro 1 exclusively to shoot night landscapes and I have been so impressed that the Nikon has stayed at home. I have included a link to my blog with all the images. The DSCF files are the Fujifilm and DSC files are the Nikon.” Click here to see Scott’s night shots.
“- Wanted to share some photos from a concert last night its a band called “He’s my brother she’s my sister (website of the band)” (album and reviews at Amazon) taken with X-E1 and 35 1.4.” Look at how the X-E1 performed in low light conditions at the concert here. Thanks Enrique.
“- I have a lot of shots for testing with X-Pro1 and the 35mm f1.4 + 18mm f2. I’ve tested the bokeh af f1.4 on 35mm with a lot of sea winter details. And now exploring the long exposure over 30″ of shutter speed”. See Renato’s shots here.
Have a great sunday!