miXed zone: Vertical Grip for Fuji X-E2, Aftershot 2.2.1 with improved X-Trans support, #BB Magazine and more!



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Ed Selous: “I recently spent two weeks in Nepal volunteering for a disaster response NGO, and I documented my time using my X-E1 and kit lens. I’ve produced a photo-essay to document my time, and it’s been picked up by the charity in question (hands.org) for use“. See more at eselous.exposure


Video: Summing up our Fujifilm X-T10 Review at dpreview’s youtube /

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

Scotland’s National Airshow (most shots taken with the 90mm) at macleancomms / Japanese Review at dc.watch (translation) / Real World Samples at dpreview / First Impressions at thephoblographer /

XF 16mm F1.4 WR

Japanese Review at dc.watch (translation) / Fuji XF 16mm f1.4 R WR by Mehrdad in German at qimago (translation) / Seen at 16mm at valeriejardin /

X100/S/T + TCL/WCL

Street photography with the Fuji X100T at williamlonsdale / Why I like the Fuji X100T for still life photography at aboutphotography-tomgrill / Fuji X100T… A Mighty Fine Camera at timetapestry /

Fujifilm X-T1

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Vincenzo Sagnotti: “For first time in my life I realized food photos, for a restaurant in Rome (ingredientesegreto). I used only, as the first photo shows, Fuji X-T1 + Fujinon XF 35mm f/1.4 + aluminium food paper to compensate warm summer natural light.” See the shots at mediaforme (translation).

Fuji X-Series, Know Your Gear at photo.rwboyer / A Walk With My New Fuji X-T1 at findingrange / FW 4.o at thistonybridge / The Red Arrows and the X-T1 at macleancomms / Fuji X-T1 Musings at xshooters / Set up your Fujifilm X-T1 for street photography at amateurphotographer / A Fuji X-T1 In Bali Kuningan Ceremonies & More at thetravelphotographer / How I Instantly, Painlessly Dropped 7 Pounds On The Mirrorless Diet! at karenhutton / Fuji X-T1 – Firmware Update v.4.0 Zone Focusing af jamesbrokenshaphotography / Lofoten Revisited at jonasjacobssonCheck out his Instagram too / Focus Pokus at jexphotography / Fuji XT-1 at the German site krolop-gerst (translation) /

Chris Dodkin just launched what is probably the world’s first magazine built on photography using the Fuji X-T1. #BB Magazine is a monthly lifestyle publication, in print and E-copy, which has exclusively used the X-T1 to generate it’s cover, editorial and advertising imagery. Content is most likely NSFW – so please bear that in mind before heading over to take a look. Take a look at the #BB magazine here.

#BB Magazine – NSFW

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other X-series cameras

Which camera will do the job? Some thoughts on the Fujifilm X30 at doncraigphoto / The (non weather sealed) X-PRO1 survives the artic at F64 youtube / Fuji X20: Searching for Edward Hopper at luminous-landscape /


X-mount lenses

XF 16-55 Vs. XF 18-55 test at fuji-xperience (translation)

XF 14mm: Zombie Apocolypse at trevhillphotograph / XF50-140: I used to be a prime guy at unsuburban / XF 60mm at leighmiller / Fujifilm X-E2 and Fujinon XF 55-200mm for vacation pictures at the North Carolina Beach at stanleyleary / I just got two new Fuji Lenses–Check and see if you can too at stanleyleary /

other lenses / Adapter / Extension Tubes

Working with the Fuji Macro Extension Tubes at massmadesoul / Metabones Nikon F to Fuji X adapters – UPDATE at fujixtras / Fuji X-E2 with Nikon 85mm ƒ/1.8 vs Nikon D750 with Nikon 28-300mm stanleyleary / The Samyang 12mm F2 Review at colinnichollsphotography /

Fuji X for Weddings

Lofoten Wedding at jonasjacobsson
Fuji X-T1 + 14, 23, 56 and 50-140 mm + X100T
Check out his Instagram too

Jpeg / RAW / Converters

Aftershot 2.2.1 now adds X-T10 / XQ2 / XQ1 / X-A2 support here … and improves X-Trans support /

a bit of everything

In Penang at flemmingbojensen / Mirrorless Magic – Interview with Fuji X Photographer Patrice Michellon at gettotallyrad / Astrophotography with the Fuji System at jasonpitcher / My Move To Mirrorless at outdoorphotographer / Posting Images on the Move with the Fujifilm App at macleancomms / Why?? another Fujifilm blog at jexphotography /


Ownuser Vertical Battery Grip for X-E2

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  • Philipp Kämpfer

    On that “vertical grip”…

    “Installation is simple:
    3. Remove the battery compartment cover of the camera and store it in the battery grip.”

    Yeah, right!

    They haven’t learned a thing since their first grips. The cable to the battery dummy is still going out at the right side of the grip…where your hand pushes against it while holding the camera horizontally and eventually will break it.

    • Alan Paone

      i wonder why it doesn’t go straight out the top, would be easier to make and way less likely to break

      • Philipp Kämpfer

        Yeah…I had one of those grips for a Sony A55. I modified it so that the cable came out at the top eventually…it still works (well, if I still would use the A55…)

  • Alan Paone

    do they make those kinds of grips for X-Pro’s or just XE? would be good to keep in mind for when the Pro 2 comes out

  • Alan Paone

    has anyone seen a grip like that for X-Pro instead of X-E? would be good to keep in mind for when X-Pro 2 comes along

  • purpleacky

    Interesting review of the 18-55 vs 16-55. I had to read the translation, but it seemed like the 16-55 was coming out as the superior lens. I have to agree and I own both of these lenses. The 16-55 is an excellent lens, not to say the 18-55 isn’t great, but the 16-55 is a definite step up in IQ, and not as big/heavy as it looks on pictures. My X-T1 has a battery grip so it actually feels very well balanced with the larger lens in any case.

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