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Hard to find, but not impossible: X-T2 in Stock at official Fujifilm Seller Kenmorecamera

Fujifilm X-T2
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Fujifilm X-Pro2
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Feel the Forest at byjansen / X-Pro2 Reivew at jeffreybphotography / 180+ Days with the X-Pro2 at fjamesconley / The X-Pro2 and the Passenger Terminal at adambonn / Why The Fuji XPro-2 Is Better Than My Leica at ipcloud / X-Pro2 Review at stuckincustoms / How to Make the X-Pro2 a Credible Filmmaking Camera, A Request to Fujifilm by Karin Gottschalk at creativityinnovationsuccess / Fuji X-Pro2 Goes to Cuba at luminous-landscape /

Other X-series cameras

X-A3 Fuji Guys unboxing on Youtube / Fuji X-T10 Amazing places in central London you need to see (and photograph) to believe at neverendinghoneymoon / Harry Potter Warner Brothers Studio Tour London with Fuji X-E2 at stanleyleary / More sights of London with my Fuji X-E2 at stanleyleary / The Fuji X-E2 is the perfect travel photography camera at stanleyleary /

X100/S/T + X70

Lana Del Rey shares moving tribute to Leonard Cohen – and a X100 at dazeddigital

X70 in Tokyo at carlosbuenophotography / Real-World Review of the Pocketable Fujifilm x70 at contrastly / Markus Andersen: Cabramattta: A Moment in Time (made entirely with X100 series cameras) at tgpublishing / Street Photography Hanoi Style at anniewilcox / Fuji X100T: Off with the old, ready for the new at macfilos /

Lenses

27mm 3 days review at marcelt / Fujifilm Fujinon Lenses at creativityinnovationsuccess / Street Photography with Fujifilm’s XF56mm f/1.2 R at brianli / Fuji XF 35mm F2 R WR Review at leighmiller / Fuji 1.4 Teleconverter at thefxworks / XF18mmF2 Review in German at peterpoete (translation) / XF16mmF1.4 at engdahlphotography / Fujifilm Extension Tube MCEX-11 & MCEX-16 at kstphotography / 50-140 review at findingrange /

X-Trans

San Francisco Chinatown Street Photography in Classic Chrome – Part One at ianmacdonaldphotography / VSCO Film and X-Pro 2 at thomasfitzgeraldphotography /
Smartphones With Fuji Camera Colours App at cariza5 youtube / Initial Impressions of On1 Raw for X-Trans Files at thomasfitzgeraldphotography /

Bjoern: “I am working on a program which is inspired by the pixel-shifting feature used by modern cameras that enhances image resolution, which I call “VerySharp”. It aims to provide the concept of enabling photo resolution by using multiple exposures for users of all cameras. This is realized by extracting sub-pixel information from the little image shifts in a series of hand-held images, yielding a relolution gain of approximately factor two under good circumstances. Verysharp is open source and therefore completely free! I thought that it might be interesting for blog because I am a Fujifilm user and have tested and developed it using my Fujifilm cameras and therefore I can state that it works well with X-Trans (given proper RAW-Development of course ;) )” – All Details at wilecoyote2015

Travel X / Switch (or not) to the X
Trying Nikon after Fuji

Trying a Nikon DSLR after shooting X mount for years at fathersonphoto / Lake Baikal from 40000FT at macleancomms / My Switch to Fujifilm X-series Cameras at patriciadavidsonphotography /

Acessories / Flash / Bags

Fuji X-T2 External Flash – High Speed Sync (HSS) at mostly.photos / Flash for Fuji XT2 at Michael Bender youtube / Accessories for the X-T2 at mostly.photos

a bit of everything
KAIZEN – One Firmware to the Perfect Camera

 Dear Fujifilm… you are one firmware option away from the perfect camera! at barbano / Horisontal Solitude at jonasraskphotography / Choosing Gear at davidduchemin /

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