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Can the Fuji X-T1 really replace a full frame DSLR? / About Photography

Can the Fuji X-T1 really replace a full frame DSLR? / About Photography | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it
This week my Nikon D810 was in the shop having the thermal light spot issue fixed. I had been using it almost exclusively for my lifestyle photography as a result of its new improvements. Instead of going back to my mainstay lifesyle camera, the Nikon D4, I decided to use only the Fuji X-T1 instead. There were a few times when I had to resort to the D4, usually when I needed the super fast shutter speed, and also when I was using an Nikon SB-910 flash outdoors and I needed a high synch shutter speed.
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Fujifilm X-T1 review

Fujifilm X-T1 review | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it
It’s 10AM on a Sunday in Barcelona. I’m in a small, poorly lit room with about 30 other journalists where Samsung is planning to show us its next big thing. My body is fighting off jet lag and...

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Fundy Software, Inc. | Tip – Andrew Van Beek Reviews Fuji X-T1

Fundy Software, Inc. | Tip – Andrew Van Beek Reviews Fuji X-T1 | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it
“We are excited to have professional wedding, portrait and commercial photographer, Andrew Van Beek, review the new Fuji X-T1 camera. Based in Ottawa, Canada, Andrew has been shooting professionally for the last 12 years with roughly ...”
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Fujinon XF 56mm f1.2 R lens....first impressions / cliftonbeard

Fujinon XF 56mm f1.2 R lens....first impressions / cliftonbeard | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it

Its a big lens by XF prime standards as it still has to cover the APS-C size sensor, but its way smaller and lighter than an SLR lens.  As with most of the XF line it manages to show real quality in appearance and feel but has none of the density of lenses like the Zeiss SLR primes.  It feels made for the X-T1 and balances perfectly.


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Is the Fuji XT-1 as good as my 5d3 / D800? | Mike Croshaw

Is the Fuji XT-1 as good as my 5d3 / D800? | Mike Croshaw | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it

I see this question alot on the facebook groups in particular.  And there is always a lively response.  There seem to be a small crowd of people in these groups whose lives have no meaning unless they are bashing the fuji cameras and comparing them to their high end DSLRs.  Then there are the fuji fans who take the opposite tack of course.  It’s very tiresome so I thought I’d post my thoughts here on the subject.  The fuji XT-1 is not as powerful a tool as the 5d3 or D800.  There is no doubt about that.  However, most of us do not need all the power these cameras bring, and the tradeoff in weight and expense may mean the XT-1 is a better camera for you ( or it may not ). The fuji haters tend to bang on about certain things in these comparisons so I will deal with my take on them here.......


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Fujifilm XT-1 review | Daniel Bader

Fujifilm XT-1 review | Daniel Bader | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it

The adage, “you don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone” applies to my experience with the Fujifilm X-T1. It’s one of the only cameras I’ve ever tested that felt like an extension of my hand. While at first its various knobs and dials felt superfluous – let’s do it all on the LCD screen! – I quickly adapted to their place on the top and side of the device, allowing me to quickly alter shutter speed and ISO without having to look up from the viewfinder. First, some background. I’ve tried a number of cameras both large and small. My recent retinue included a full-frame Nikon D610, the new weather-sealed Pentax K3, my old standby, Sony’s NEX-5R, but none of them felt as effortless as the X-T1. Its 16MP APS-C sensor is not the largest of the bunch........


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Fujifilm XF56mm f1.2 Lens Review - Fstoppers

Fujifilm XF56mm f1.2 Lens Review - Fstoppers | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it
I took the XT-1 paired with the 56mm for a couple of events, switching back and forth between that set up and my 5D. Even when I paired the 5D with a lightweight 50mm f1.4, the portability and weight differences between the ...

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Poinsettia Fire - Carlsbad CA - X-T1 & 10-24mm | Chris Dodkin

Poinsettia Fire - Carlsbad CA - X-T1 & 10-24mm | Chris Dodkin | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it

This fire was way to close for comfort, but now that the smoke has cleared, it’s amazing to see how near the fire came to so many buildings, and what a superb job our firefighters did in keeping those buildings from burning. The fire raced West, up the canyons, through the tinder try brush – it hopped 4 lane roads with ease, and scorched some 600 acres. What’s left is eerie, barren and dusty – with the screeching of distant smoke alarms from burned-out homes, echoing over the desolate landscape........


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A wedding with the X-T1 | Tom Leuntjens Photography

A wedding with the X-T1 | Tom Leuntjens Photography | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it
After my recent blogpost I got a lot of questions about shooting the XT1. Do I shoot the Fuji’s at weddings? Yes. Do I exclusively shoot them? On an eSession, yes , for a wedding, not yet.After getting to know the XT1 (and XF56) for a couple of weeks I felt confident enough to challenge myself to try and use it as a primary body
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Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2 R (Fujifilm) - Review | PhotoZone

Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2 R (Fujifilm) - Review | PhotoZone | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it

Verdict:

The Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2 R mimics pretty much the behaviour of the Fujinon XF 23mm f/1.4 R - and that's a good thing really. It combines an ultra-large aperture with high quality results. At large aperture settings the center quality is already pretty high whereas the borders/corners are at least on a good level. The resolution is much more snappy at f/2.8 and images are very sharp across the image field between f/4 and f/8. The very low amount of lateral CAs also contributes to the high sharpness perception. Image distortions are nothing to worry about whereas vignetting can be an issue in RAW images at f/1.2 and f/1.6. However, Fujifilm is relying on image auto-correction so this is usually a lesser issue from a user perspective. The rendering of the bokeh is impressive thanks to a smooth blur and good out-of-focus highlights. There is, of course, some bokeh fringing but that's true for the vast majority of lenses in this aperture class. The build quality of the XF 56mm f/1.2 R is very high and as such in line with the other Fujinon XF lenses. It is mostly made of metal and precisely assembled although we miss a weather sealing which should be standard at this price point. The AF is pretty fast on the X-T1 although the combo is still stays a little short of what we can experience on similar DSLRs-based combos. As already mention, the Fujinon is a bit pricey in absolute terms but high speed simply comes at a price. However, when looking at the results, it is a fair offering and simply also an obvious choice for Fujifilm users looking for an ultra-fast lens for street or portrait photography. Therefore highly recommended! ........


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Photography News: Fujifilm X-T1, Olympus OM-D E-M10, GH4, Sony a6000 & Phottix Mitros+ Previews

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DOUBLE HONORS: Fujifilm X-T1 and Fujinon XF 10-24mm best CSC camera and lens (TIPA AWARDS) @ Weeder

DOUBLE HONORS: Fujifilm X-T1 and Fujinon XF 10-24mm best CSC camera and lens (TIPA AWARDS) http://t.co/ZEVJ8TdZLV #photography #arts
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stokit photography - Kaffir lily X-E1 + FUJINON XF23mm F1.4 R

stokit photography - Kaffir lily X-E1 + FUJINON XF23mm F1.4 R | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it
“Kaffir lily X-E1 + FUJINON XF23mm F1.4 R (Kaffir lily @hana_no_namae #1000flowers http://t.co/uHktais6Jr)”
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Fujifilm X-T1 vs Nikon Df | What Digital Camera

Fujifilm X-T1 vs Nikon Df | What Digital Camera | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it
Fujifilm X-T1 vs Nikon Df - Both the Fujifilm X-T1 and the Nikon Df hark back to 35mm film SLRs in terms of design and handling, but do they meet the requirements of today's digital photographer? And if so, which does it best?
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Fuji X-T1 review in Hong Kong, Korea & Cambodia | F8 Photography Hong Kong

Fuji X-T1 review in Hong Kong, Korea & Cambodia | F8 Photography Hong Kong | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it
Fuji X-T1 review from Gary Tyson at F8 Photography based in Hong Kong. Whilst working in Cambodia, Korea and Hong Kong. Here's my thoughts.

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Fuji X-T1 vs Nikon Df: which is the best retro-style camera? | Digital Camera World

Fuji X-T1 vs Nikon Df: which is the best retro-style camera? | Digital Camera World | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it

Fuji X-T1 vs Nikon Df: Verdict

It may not be quite as versatile as the Nikon camera, but the Fuji X-T1 is capable of very high quality results. Modern features such as tilting touchscreen, the ability to shoot video, the electronic viewfinder and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity (for remote control and speedy image-sharing) make it a real winner. The Fuji X-T1 is the winner in our Nikon Df vs Fuji X-T1 comparison......


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Fuji X-T1 in the hands of a woman and a Boudoir Photographer | Faby & Carlo

Fuji X-T1 in the hands of a woman and a Boudoir Photographer | Faby & Carlo | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it

I have recently met the magic of the new Fuji X-T1 and the Fuji completely new way of connecting with photographers onto a level that no camera company had done before and I fell in love. The Fuji X-T1 is the result of a concerted effort to produce true magic and give total freedom to professional photographers to be creative without hassle. Effortlessly. Efficiently. Easily. The new Fuji X-T1 is a beautiful tool that can create nothing less than pure love. I used to be a Canon shooter, but I am officially not anymore. Now I am a totally Fuji lover and supporter........


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FUJIFILM XT1 vs the GIG

FUJIFILM XT1 vs the GIG | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it
FUJIFILM XT1, 35mm, F1.4, 1/160s, ISO200 (RAW edit in CaptureOne and
finished in Photoshop CC)

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Fuji X-T1 Review — The Best X-Series Camera? | Todd Owyoung

Fuji X-T1 Review — The Best X-Series Camera? | Todd Owyoung | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it

Fuji X-T2 Review Summary and End Notes

Overall, the Fuji X-T1 offers an extremely satisfying photography experience. The body represents a compact, responsive tool with uncompromising image quality with an arsenal of extremely high performance glass available to it. While it doesn’t boast the highest performance marks in any given category — resolution, speed, compactness of size — the X-T1 truly feels like a photographer’s camera, rather than the result of what a marketing team thinks a camera should be. As a result, it’s simply fun to shoot with the X-T1. It’s well built without feeling like it’s made out of precious metal mined from space rocks. The camera does what you want, when you want it. It’s fast. The RAW files are gorgeous. The lenses in the X-Series lineup are the kind of glass that beg to be shot wide-open. The Fuji X-T1 is easily the best X-Series camera to date. It offers the most versatility, customizability, and features that trump even the excellent but aging Fuji X-Pro1......


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A tale of two churches with two cameras, the Olympus E-PM2 and Fuji X100S

A tale of two churches with two cameras, the Olympus E-PM2 and Fuji X100S | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it
Basilica of St. Nicholas - Amsterdam, Netherlands I visited two magnificent churches in Amsterdam. Both beautiful in their own way and both very different. So different, in fact, that I shot them i...

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Why the Fuji X-T1 is Now My Favorite Camera! | Concrete Shadows

Why the Fuji X-T1 is Now My Favorite Camera! | Concrete Shadows | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it
My views on using the new Fuji X-T1 and a few different lenses.

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Over 2 months with the X-T1 | John Caz

Over 2 months with the X-T1 | John Caz | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it

The end of the DSLR is near. The X-T1 is the first mirror less camera that can compete with a DSLR in most but not all situations. It’s so close though that pros around the globe are switching like never before.  I am not going to sit here and fill you with specs but instead get straight to the point of what this camera excels in and where it falls short, what impresses and what not:

Image quality: I have yet to come across a photographer who hasn’t been impressed by Fuji’s unique colors and excellent dynamic range capabilities. I can’t pinpoint or measure it but there is a quality I can’t quantify that makes shooting with the X-Trans sensor magical. The shadows seem warm and the skin tones seem to have a small dose of softening to them – I honestly don’t know what Fuji has done, but it really is magical! 

Size: Numbers and words can’t do it justice! If you are a long time pro DSLR user and get the chance to use the X-T1 for one week and then switch back, the first thing that will definitely shock you is the size and weight of your DSLR. Even now, I can’t believe how I actually thought all those years that a D700 sized camera was a good and “lite” kit!........


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Fuji X-T1 review | Digital slrs/hybrids Reviews | TechRadar

Fuji X-T1 review | Digital slrs/hybrids Reviews | TechRadar | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it
Fuji X-T1 review | The Fuji X-T1 seemingly has it all – fantastic good looks and a sensor with a proven image quality. We'll find out if there's anything to like about this retro marvel. Reviews | TechRadar.
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The new Fujifilm X-T1 interchangeable lens camera with the world's ...

The new Fujifilm X-T1 interchangeable lens camera with the world's ... | Fujifilm X-series | Scoop.it
Fujifilm is delighted to announce the X-T1, the latest addition to the award-winning X-Series range. A premium interchangeable lens camera, the X-T1 features evolved SLR-style handling, mechanical dials and ...
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56mm, 10-24mm and X-T1 body in stock at ebayUS + Auction on X-T1 with 18-55 lens (few hours left) @ Weeder

56mm, 10-24mm and X-T1 body in stock at ebayUS + Auction on X-T1 with 18-55 lens (few hours left) http://t.co/gijBi2T0Ip #photography #arts
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