miXed zone: 16-55, Bokeh-Bomb 56 APD vs 56 vs 60 vs 50-140 vs 18-55 vs 55-200, Nikon D750 vs X-E2, Weddings & more!


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PRE-ORDER XF 16-55mmF2.8 WR
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MUST READ: First Look at the XF 16-55mmF2.8 WR / Hands-on photos at dpreview / Flemming Bo Jensen (photographers biography): Fujinon XF16-55mm F2.8 at Zouk Singapore: Notes & Pictures & Ferry Corsten at flemmingbojensen /

XF 50-140
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– Rreview at lenstip / Review at thephoblographer – it gets the “Editor’s Choice Award” / Concert Shooting with the Fujifilm XF50-140F2.8 at adamkingphoto / Asturias – Fujifilm XF at dslrmagazine (translation) / Mr. Big – The Fujinon XF 50-140mm review at jonasraskphotography / Working With The Fuji 50-140mm Zoom Lens at luminous-landscape / review at ephotozine / Hands on review at the Japanese site camera.itmedia (translation) /

XF 56mm f/1.2 APD + comparison with other FR lenses
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MUST READ: Rico’s X-pert corner comparison XF 56 vs XF 56 APD /

Fujifilm 56mm, 56mm APD and 60mm primes plus 50-140mm, 55-200mm and 18-55mm zooms ~ compared at prophotonut /

XF 56mmF1.2 APD test at dslrmagazine (translation) /  Bokeh Bomb – Fujinon 56mm F1.2 APD Review at bokeh-monster /

USA: BHphoto / AmazonUS / Adorama / EUROPE: WexUK / WexDE / PCHstore / AUSTRALIA: CameraPro

– Review at thephoblographer / Video Review of the Fujifilm X100T for Street Photography at erickimphotography / Fujifilm X100t review at peterscottdavison / Winter Wonderland – Fujifilm X100T and TCL-X100 teleconversion lens at larsauthen / Studio update: X30 and X100T added to dpreview comparison tool / How I’ve Set The ‘Q’ Menu On The Fuji X100T at alikgriffin / Back in the bag: Fujifilm X100T at ivoscholz / Fuji X100T : Initial Thoughts at squonky / Field Test: Fujifilm’s X100T Is the Most Amazing Camera I’d Never Buy at gizmodo / A Couple of Weeks with the Fuji X100T at mirrorlessjourney / X100T review at indergaard / Fujifilm X100T Setup Guide at decisiveshot / Fuji X100T review at digitalcameraworld / X100T real world samples at dpreview /
Fujifilm X100T Extensive Testing Teaser at photolisticlife /


USA: BHphoto / AmazonUS / Adorama / EUROPE: WexUK / WexDE / AUSTRALIA: CameraPro

– Fuji X-T1 25fps video and more on the reaction to THAT update at soundimageplus / The People on the Green Line at valeriejardin / Fujifilm Quietly ‘Fixes’ Continuous AF on X-T1? at slrlounge / REVIEW: Fuji X-T1’s New Electronic Shutter at macleancomms /

Fujifilm X-T1 + Graphite X-T1
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electronic shutter vs mechanical shutter

– Fuji X-T1 Mechanical vs Electronic Shutter High Speed Results at thedowntowncreative /

graphite edition

– Full review of the Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition with the 35mm f / 1.4 in French at evan-forget (translation) /

classic black

– Fuji X-T1 Custom Settings at cliftonbeard / Review at zachwheeler / X-T1 review at gieseyproductions / More Fuji X-T Video at soundimageplus / Living With The Fuji X-T1 at luminous-landscape / “Paris En Octobre” – From my visit in the French capital, all with the X-T1 and lenses of 14, 35, 56 and 55-200. See the story at jonasjacobsson / Fujifilm X-Photographer – Oliver Baer with the X-T1 on youtube / Ten tips for your Fuji XT1 at daveyoungfotografia / My fourth year with Fuji and the X-T1 at stockografie / X-T1 photo essay “Taming the Italian Stallion” at thesoftsaddle / Fujifilm X-T1 Mirrorless Camera Review at shutterbug / Fuji X-T1 Cold Weather Test at theonlinephotographer / Welcome Fuji X-T1 at naturbilder-digital (translation) / Custom settings for the Fujifilm X-T1 at erohne / Fujifilm X-T1…. Back to basics at kjetilkvienmadsen / Shooting the XF16-55mm F2.8 promo movie: the Fuji X-T1 filming experience at charlenewinfred /

Fujifilm X30
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– Fujifilm X-30: the “cool” camera at photodanielm / X30 video at allaboutthegear / Fujifilm X30 Shooter’s Report: The retro compact gets modern features, keeps great image quality at imaging-resource /

X100/S + Converters
Amazon, Adorama, B&H, eBay

– Making street portraits (with the Fuji x100) at theinspiredeye / Meet the Amateur Street Photographer Taking China by Storm at time / Fujifilm X100S Homemade Review at jorgevillalba / The Importance of Remaining Invisible at valeriejardin / Fujifilm X100S Travel Photography Review at vopoku / Fuji X100 Rethink 2015 at photo.rwboyer / facebook uses X100S for their short “untag” tutorial video / Fuji X100 – Destination Maui, Hawaii at briankraft /

other X-series cameras

– Nikon D750 vs Fujifilm X-E2 on test chart at stanleyleary and Nikon D750 vs Fujifilm X-E2 on shooting the moon at stanleyleary /  Fujifilm X-E2: The digital rangefinder without rangefinder at photodanielm / 55-200 review at leighmiller / The road to Shangri-La (X-E1) at thesoftsaddle / First Frost with the Fuji X-E1 at thomasfitzgeraldphotography / BERLIN, 25 YEARS ‘FALL OF THE WALL’ with Fuji xe2 at lumencamera / New Year on Kope (X-E2) at gregorharih / First time Fuji User. A Fuji X-E2 Review at diyphotography /


X-mount lenses

– FujiFilm XF60mm F2.4R vs XF56mmF1.2 R autofocus comparison (@ low light, low contrast) on youtube / “Elin Rigby” – an outside photoshoot exclusively with the 56 mm in the great Autumn light at jonasjacobsson / Fujinon XF 56 mm f1.2 R: análisis in Spanish at quesabesde (translation) / XF 18-135 review at thephoblographer /

other lenses

– Another Look at the Handevision IBELUX 40mm F/.85 at slrlounge /

RAW-conversion / processing / Jpeg

– Fuji photographs of an abandoned town in rural Arkansas, USA. Processed files in DXO filmpack or PhotoNinja to simulate Tri-X film at worldofdecay / third party RAW developers for Fuji X-TRANS files in Lightroom at wimarys /

Switch to the X… or mirrorless

– What Fuji X camera and lenses should I buy? ~ recommendations at prophotonut / Mirrorless Interchangable – Where does it go in 2015? Part 2 – Fuji X at soundimageplus / Welcome new X-shooter Doug Shobbrook and check out his great images at unsuburban /

Fuji X for Weddings

Montego Bay Wedding Photographer | Ashley & Garret at vopoku / Devonshire Wedding Photographer | Sarah & Karl at vopoku /

Acessories / Flash / Extension Tubes

Nissin i40 Flash for Fujifilm Cameras – Overview & My Thoughts (youtube)

– Closer MCEX-11 – MCEX-16 at kammah /

– Leather straps for your Fujifilm camera at nucisleather / Lee Filters: on my X100s at darcymoore / Review: Fuji X-T1 Vertical Grip at daveyoungfotografia / Fuji Grips HG-XE1 vs MHG-XE at derrenhodsonphotography / Fuji X-T1 Wired Remote Release for bulb mode – home made, $3 only at drozdi-foti / bamboo grips at petapixel /

a bit of everything

– German Sony vs. Fujfilm at digitaler-augenblick (translation) / Bekenntnisse eines Fujifilm X-Fotografen at christianahrens (translation) / Summary of 2014 and our favourite images of the year at olafphotoblog / Mirrorless Year in Review 2014 at admiringlight / 2014: A quick Review at daveyoungfotografia / Fujifilm Camera Remote at johncaz / Chasing the Milky Way – Star Photography for Fuji X Shooters at rosskennedyimages / Why Fujifilm users are so satisfied at inmybag / free photo hosting site just for Fuji cameras and lenses at fujifilmimages / The best camera is the one you love at theinspiredeye / 20 Best Photos of 2014 at brianedenphotography /2015 Fujifilm Student Awards Launched at ephotozine / Fuji X Adventures in North America – A Town Called Bradford at petetakespictures / HDR Bracketing with a Fuji at johncaz /

Dear Fuji… this is my wishlist for 2015 at eyesuncloudedphoto /

  • Indeed, it’s a bit of everything. I’ll just send the link to this article to my “dslr” friends who start to get bored or tired of a heavy dslr. Maybe they’ll reconsider their options. :)

  • Mr_Electability

    The author of the German “Fuji v. Sony” weblog lives in an amazingly different universe than I: he claims that no one could tell him why the 16MP XT-1’s RAW files are the same size as the 36MP a7’s (both at roughly 36MB). Knowledgeable Sony users have been whining for some time about lossy compression in RAW, and the artifacts it introduces.




    • MJr

      I convert my Fuji files to DNG on import in LR, size is about half. That is using the standard lossless compression (no choice). Works brilliantly, and no more ‘damaging’ than putting files into a zip archive in case somebody was wondering.

      (Also doesn’t change anything about the demosaicing as the actual sensor data remains unchanged. But indeed DO NOT use the lossy compression. That means the raw data will be demosaic’d into images and there’s no way to go back. Totally defeats the purpose.)

      • Mr_Electability

        I don’t doubt that bit-packing can less to smaller RAW files, though I’m curious how Adobe manages that, since 36MB for a 16MP sensor suggests 2 bytes per pixel, which is not unreasonable. (I work primarily w/the X10, which has 12 bits per pixel, & I know the X20 uses 14. Maybe Fuji just decided to use 2 bytes to make the progression to upcoming technology easier, but I don’t know.) I just found it amazing that the weblog’s author claimed “no one” could tell him the reason the Sony files are so small.

        Edit: Oh, I think I know: DNG may well use a Lempel-Ziv style compression at the bit level, or something similar. OK, that’s not such a surprise, after all.

        Also in edit: I would emphasize that Sony’s users are whining because Sony only allows 8-bit, lossy compression, which strikes me as colossally stupid. Nothing you wrote suggests you don’t understand that, but I wanted to be sure. :-) After all, if I wanted to work with 8-bit data, I’d just shoot JPGs.

        • Thank you guys, that explains a lot about Sony trolls here. Buyers remorse is a bitch.

          And speaking of why Fuji RAF files are so huge… Serious compression requires serious processing power, which in turn generates a lot of heat (try shooting 10 fps on Nikon’s D3S with nef compression enabled, and you’ll realize that you are holding a magnesium alloy heatsink) and eats the battery. Storage, on the other hand, is cheap and compact.

          • Vlad

            Frankly, the compression is entirely a non-issue. I’d take the smaller files any day.

          • I’d certainly love to have a choice.

          • Mr_Electability

            A lot of Sony users disagree, & the worst part of it is that there isn’t a lossless option. See the links I provided above.

          • Vlad

            Sony user here. I saw the links, a few people have been whining for quite some time. Obviously, having the choice would be optimal, but the problem is really minor.

  • Fujiguys

    nice review here


    ” I must admit that I’m rather disappointed that the lens does not have OIS. This is exactly why I’m still undecided whether I’ll buy the lens after I return it to Fujifilm”

    ..I will not buy it too! same +/- quality of cheap 18-55 (with ois!)

  • Rediscover Film

    There doesn’t seem to be much info on the MCEX-11. I received mine from Amazon yesterday and posted a video with some thoughts and sample images taken with the 18mm, 27mm, 35mm, and 55-200mm.

    Here is the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DPkSYE07q8


  • DM

    The guy at soundimageplus writes a very one-sided article and does not let anyone comment because of what he calls “fanboyism”! Rather, his arguments for the Sony A7 miss out a lot of the camera’s problems, but he chooses not to mention those…

    He basically says Fuji updates are just marketing strategy, which he is right about, but it’s something Fuji users like and now Nikon has taken a leaf out of Fuji’s book. So there.

    • GAN

      Interesting comment. I just figured Sony must have given him a free camera and Fuji didn’t. Oh well, hope the door doesn’t hit him on the way out.

    • Fujiguys

      I agree Fuji updates are just makerting strategy. X-Trans sensor is 3-4 years old. I hope to see IBIS in the next model..and not more Megapixel on old sensor

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