“Fujifilm just keeps on churning out lenses to fill out its two-year old X-Series system. This rate of production is outstanding on its own, but what is most amazing is the catering to the enthusiast.”
...Le X100, c’est un peu le symbole du renouveau des appareils Fujifilm, le premier de la série X. C’était aussi une petite révolution à l’époque de sa sortie (début 2011) puisque c’était le premier appareil équipé d’un viseur hybride, qui offre la possibilité de passer d’un viseur optique à un viseur électronique via un simple bouton. Enfin, c’est un compact expert équipé d’un capteur au format APS-C comme les réflex entrée de gamme, et d’un objectif fixe équivalent 35mm f/2 de très bonne facture.
Two rather nice looking faux rangefinder cameras both fitted with similar lenses. The permanently fixed 23mm f/2 on the X100s and my Olympus 17mm f/1.8 lens fixed to the GX7, currently the only AF m4/3 lens I have at the moment.
“More on the advantages of low noise at high ISO's - The Fuji X100s in action. In a post about the Sony A7s yesterday I was talking about the possiblity of ISO 1600 being almost a 'base' ISO for what I shoot with that camera.”
“Now I have a Fuji X-E2 and wanted off-camera flash solution. I stumbled on the Neewer TT850 flash [$104.95]. This is a totally manual flash. When using 2,000 mAh eneloop batteries in a SB900 it will give you a maximum of ...”
“After jonesing for this camera for over a year, I finally bit the bullet and pushed the “order” button on amazon. I've been wanting a compact digital rangefinder forever, but just could not justify the cost of a Leica.”
“To make things even more interesting, I decided to compare the Sony A7/35mm lens combo with the Fujifilm X100S. Not a scientific comparison based on sharpness and resolution, but more of a real world comparison based ...”
“I spent the day at the studios of Karl Bratby , Fashion photographer, with the a Fuji camera representative and some fellow photographers trying out the new lens selections and XT-1 camera body. Fuji is leading the digital mirrorless camera revolution with their ground breaking new cameras,…”
Several of my friends, including Kirk Tuck have posted pictures from the Graffiti wall in downtown Austin. I’ve said in the past that I’m not a fan of graffiti. I call it public defacement. Part of the negative conditioning I got growing up in New York City back in the 80’s, when the subways were filled will this “artistic” form of self-expression. But things are a bit different in Austin.
“Kiawah Island, Fuji XE2, and the iRay. April 6th, 2014. iRay on Fuji XE2 w/ 18-55mm. In between our Charleston workshops, we were invited to present a day long event for the Kiawah Island Photography Club.”
“Originally introduced as a less complex version of the X-Pro1, the X-E1 was the first attainable X-mount system camera. Without the added expense of the X-Pro1's fancy hybrid viewfinder, Fujifilm could cut the cost to ...”
“These new images were all shot with the Fuji X100S and processed in Lightroom like the others I've done in this series. While the fixed 35mm angle of view on this camera doesn't give me the drama of 28mm or 24mm, ...”
“When I first heard about a Fuji FF offering, the previous rumored X200 (a FF X100) came to mind. In that form factor with an integrated lens, Fuji could keep things as small as possible for a FF camera.”