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Beau Photo Supplies - Blogs: NEW! Fujifilm XF 23mm f/1.4 R wide-angle lens...

Beau Photo Supplies - Blogs: NEW! Fujifilm XF 23mm f/1.4 R wide-angle lens... | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it

We have finally received our shipment of the new Fujiflm XF 23mm f/1.4 R lenses and I have now had the opportunity to shoot with a production lens a few times. We have fulfilled our preorders and now have a handful in stock for sale. Yes, I did buy one myself. What do I think of the lens so far? In a word: stunning!

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WHY I HATE FUJIFILM AND THE X-T1

WHY I HATE FUJIFILM AND THE X-T1 | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it

As almost everybody coming from analog photography, I’ve always been a big fan of full-frame digital sensors.

There are several reasons for it, among the others:
- you get better results
- there aren’t strange calculations to determine your resulting focal length (or I should probably simply admit that math is not my bigger strength)
- after many years shooting analog SLR, full frame sensors gives a sense of “home”
- bigger sensor means bigger pixels, and a resulting better signal/noise ratio

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Fujifilm came in to the game a few years ago and introduced a game changer, the X100. A (relatively) small camera with a fix 35mm equivalent lens, fast (f 2.0) and APS-C size sensor with a quality to leave astonished. Damn it!

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Professional photographer shows the Fujifilm X100s is commercial worthy by Michael Archambault

Professional photographer shows the Fujifilm X100s is commercial worthy by	Michael Archambault | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
Last week, professional photographer, Joshua Loh, decided to take his Fujifilm X100s for a spin to see if it could properly handle commercial photo shoots. The results, as one might imagine, are extremely impressive and truly showcase the power smaller sized mirrorless cameras can have – they are not toys.
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Fuji XF55-200mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS

Fuji XF55-200mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
My choices are much easier though as a professional. I need the constant aperture at F/2.8. Fuji cameras perform very well in low light and the image stabilisation helps a lot. Still, I need to squeeze as much shutter speed as possible in dark places like churches and reception halls.

I have other practical reasons too...the new zoom is sharper at F/2.8 than the other two lenses are at F/5.6. Important to me as I tend to crop my wildlife images, products etc. The aperture ring also has a more positive feel and takes more effort to turn. No more accidental changes and add to that the weather resistant build.

If however, I was an advanced enthusiast or budding amateur the XF55-200mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS would suit me very well.
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The FujiFilm X-T1 Owners Have Been Heard!

The FujiFilm X-T1 Owners Have Been Heard! | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
As a pretty new FujiFilm X-T1 owner, I’m super stoked to see such an awesome list of updates to this already amazing camera! I’ve got to say that FujiFilm has been listening pretty well to current owners and have implemented a number of awesome changes! There are quite a few things that have been added to this revision.

I’m excited to share a truncated yet still somewhat long list (at 10) that I’m personally looking forward to! If you’re an owner, you’re going to love the boost that the camera is going to get! I’ve added my little notes in italics for each bullet.
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マップカメラ | KASYAPA | 261:撮影者を魅了するボケの魔力『FUJIFILM XF 56mm F1.2 R APD』 | Fujifilm

マップカメラ | KASYAPA | 261:撮影者を魅了するボケの魔力『FUJIFILM XF 56mm F1.2 R APD』 | Fujifilm | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
FUJIFILMの大口径レンズ『XF 56mm F1.2 R APD』のご紹介です。 レンズ名を聞いて、あれ?と思われる方もいるかもしれません。『XF56mm F1.2 R』というレンズが2014年2月に既に発売されているからです。派生モデルとして登場した本レンズの最大の特徴は『APD(アポダイゼーション)フィルター』というものが内蔵されている事。これは中心部から周辺部に向けてグラデーションのかかった特殊なNDフィルターの事で、ボケの輪郭を滑らかにし柔らかく美しいボケ味を表現する事のできる機構です。果たしてそのAPDの効果はいかに。ボケ味を生かすため絞り開放で撮影をしてきました。
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Is an introduction of large-aperture lens "XF 56mm F1.2 R APD" of FUJIFILM. To hear the lens name, there? Also might have who seems to be. Because "XF56mm F1.2 R" lens that has already been released in February 2014. The greatest feature of this lens which has emerged as a derived model that is built thing "APD (apodization) Filter". This is a special kind of ND filters took the gradient towards the periphery from the center, is a mechanism that can be expressed were smooth soft beautiful blur the outline of the blur. Really effect of the APD is how. I've been shooting in the open the aperture in order to take advantage of the blur. 

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Fujinon 50-140mm f2.8 LM OIS WR: Review

Fujinon 50-140mm f2.8 LM OIS WR: Review | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
For more than 3 years Fujifilm has been producing stunningly sharp lenses for their X-series camera. The 35 mm f/1.4 was one of their first lens and it was so sharp I was sure it was a software trick inside the camera.  Then came the other lens with the 56 mm f/1.2 being the go-to for portrait photographers. But there was still an obvious gap in their lens line up. Sharp or not, there was not a 70-200 mm f/2.8 equivalent lens, that is until now. That hole is now filled with the Fujinon 50-140mm f2.8 and it is amazing.
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Fuji mirror imperial class long guns: XF 50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR measured

Fuji mirror imperial class long guns: XF 50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR measured | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
想當初無反只是輕便的選擇,不過隨著發展越來越成熟,近年已開始威脅到專業的單反市場。富士可能沒有要同時兼顧單反戰線的包袱,於無反新機、新鏡的開發可謂頗算進取,以 X-T1 詮駐專業市場後,就陸續推出了多支高階鏡頭。而今次送測的主角 FUJINON XF 50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR 除了提供單反同級鏡皇中的 70-200mm 等效及恆定 f/2.8 大光圈,便同時具備 OIS 防震以及全天候防塵防滴設計,實力不容小看。
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No light just like the original anti-choice, but with the development of increasingly sophisticated in recent years has begun to threaten the professional SLR market. Fuji may not want the burden of taking into account the SLR front, at no anti-new machine, the development of new lens can be described as quite aggressive operator to X-T1 after Quan in the professional market, we have launched a multi-branch high-order lens. The protagonist of this songceFUJINON XF 50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR SLR addition to providing the same level of 70-200mm equivalent lens Wong and constant f / 2.8 large aperture, it will also have the OIS shockproof and dustproof drip-weather design , strength can not be underestimated.

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Review: Fujifilm Fujinon XF 50-140mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR - Admiring Light

Review: Fujifilm Fujinon XF 50-140mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR - Admiring Light | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
Fujifilm’s X-Series interchangeable lens system has only been around for a bit less than three years, and in that time, they’ve managed to put together a rather impressive lens lineup.  However, missing from that lineup until recently are pro-grade fast zoom lenses.  While the fast standard zoom is set to be released in 2015, Fuji users get the telephoto zoom just before the holidays.  Today I’ll review the Fuji 50-140mm f/2.8 OIS WR.  This is the second weather resistant Fuji lens, and the first constant f/2.8 zoom lens.  This is a pro-grade zoom lens with a pro-grade price, retailing for $1599.  Can this large mirrorless lens meet the very high expectations that Fuji users demand?  Let’s find out.
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Fujifilm X100T review - Xpeco

I love my Fujifilm X100S. It’s the best camera I’ve ever owned. I actually sold my Canon DSLR rig and Sony mirrorless system to fund its purchase earlier this year, making it the only camera currently in my arsenal. I’m not alone, either: there are countless fans of Fujifilm’s X100 series across the world, including here at The Verge, where a number of my colleagues have also purchased the X100S for personal and professional use.
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Wide and normal (and something in between)

Wide and normal (and something in between) | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
I purchased a tele conversion lens (TCL-X100) for my Fuji X100. I got it with a quite good price (139 euros) so I think it was a nice deal. The reason to get this tele converter was my desire to have two small cameras with different fixed lenses. I have Ricoh GR which has a beautiful 28 mm equivalent lens, so that camera serves as a wide option. The X100 has 35 mm equivalent lens which is, in my opinion, quite near to GR’s 28 mm. I wanted to have bigger cap between the focal lengths of these cameras and TCL-X100 just allows that and makes X100 to have 50 mm equivalent normal lens.
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And Now For Something Completely Different :: Street With A Fuji 50-140mm

And Now For Something Completely Different :: Street With A Fuji 50-140mm | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
As the name of this blog would suggest, I usually shoot street photography with a 35mm lens. But after some random shooting while trying out the latest 50-140mm f2.8 zoom from Fuji, I naturally was drawn to the city streets. I can’t say I felt comfortable walking around with what is a 75-210mm in full frame terms, and a bit too big and obvious for street photography. But I enjoyed the change and once again this lens blew me away with it’s sharpness and quick auto focus. You can see some of these in colour by clicking HERE. Looking at these pictures, I find it interesting that I came away with the same shots I would have with a 35mm lens, I just stood further away. It just shows that we frame the shots with our eye, not with the lens. I also shot some portraits and  reviewed this lens HERE.
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Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver, Fuji 56mm F1.2 and vertical grip w/ Fujifilm X-E2 / Jeff Kahn- YouTube

An evaluation of some new features of the Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver special edition equipped with the new, superfast Fujifilm 56mm f1.2 lens and Vertical...
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Fuji X-T1 25fps video and more on the reaction to THAT update.

Fuji X-T1 25fps video and more on the reaction to THAT update. | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
This is some sample video footage shot with the X-T1 - post firmware update. And maybe I was a little harsh as there does seem to be an improvement here on what the camera produced before.

On the update itself, I was somewhat surprised to discover that a lot of people agreed with me about the nature of Fuji's 'generosity' and the fact that it isn't generosity at all. Mathieu at Mirrorlessons made the excellent point that this can be seen as a marketing strategy and all companies have them, which is of course very true. 
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Fuji X100T Preview – Initial Thoughts & Sample Images @ Weeder

The Fuji X100 series of compact cameras has been a very exciting lineup for both advanced hobbyist and pro photographers alike.

Serious hobbyists want a no-nonsense camera that delivers great images, offers full manual control, (and raw control!) and is built solidly.

Hard-working pros are just tired of lugging their flagship full-frame bodies and lenses around for casual photography, and are looking for a camera that is built solid and doesn’t compromise on image quality.

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Fujifilm’s X-T1 isn’t full frame – here’s why it doesn’t matter anymore

Fujifilm’s X-T1 isn’t full frame – here’s why it doesn’t matter anymore | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it

Professional photographers use full frame cameras, while only amateurs use cropped sensors; thus Fujifilm’s X-T1 flagship is merely a spec on the lenses of real professional cameras – right? The argument of full sensors versus cropped sensors has been around since the first electronic image sensors began turning light into data. The notion that cropped sensors fall short of “full” performance is simply a crock. After reading this article, be sure to take a look at one professional photographer who dumped his Nikon gear for Fujifilm, and another who used an X100S for a professional commercial shoot.

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Top 5 Cameras Of 2014 | Editor’s Award & Reader’s Choice Poll

Top 5 Cameras Of 2014 | Editor’s Award & Reader’s Choice Poll | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
2014 has been a crazy year in terms of awesome cameras coming out. Canon finally updated the 7D series, Sony released the A7s and introduced the world to what real high ISO performance looks like, and Fuji wowed us with their X-T1.
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Fuji X-T1 with Fuji M Adapter and Leica manual-focus lenses

Fuji X-T1 with Fuji M Adapter and Leica manual-focus lenses | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
So enthused have I been by the 56mm f/1.2 Fujinon lens that I went a whole month with the Fuji X-T1 without once mounting the M adapter and trying out a manual focus optic. Then, when I wanted to compare the legendary 50mm f/1.4 Summikux-M with the Fujinon 56mm in order to explore the new electronic shutter feature, I discovered some unexpected delights. 
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The X100T’s Electronic Shutter: 1/32000s In 1/15

The X100T’s Electronic Shutter: 1/32000s In 1/15 | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
One of the selling points of the Fujifilm X100T, besides being a gorgeous camera that improves on its predecessor in so many ways, is the new Electronic Shutter mode (a feature that’s coming to the X-T1 as well) which enables shutter speeds up to 1/32000s, which is a ridiculously short amount of time.
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F / 2.8 zoom Big Three first bomb! Fujinon XF50-140mm f / 2.8 R LM OIS WR

富士X系列從X-Pro1到近期的的X-T1前後共發表過六款鏡頭可換式相機,其中X-T1的定位最為特別,因為它屬於旗艦級微單眼,不論在畫質、性能及操控各方面都是它的強項,不過一直讓小編感到納悶的就是原廠遲遲未推出等級相當的變焦鏡,也就是相機玩家最需要的大三元鏡頭,直到今年九月才見到一絲曙光,因為原廠終於正式發表了Fujinon XF50-140mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR這顆大光圈變焦鏡頭,等效焦長來到76-213mm、光圈恆定f/2.8,這應該是多數X系列用戶所期盼的一顆變焦鏡,內建手動光圈環且採用線性馬達,另外還支援OIS鏡頭防手震,同時這顆鏡頭還具備防塵防滴的耐候能力,絕對稱得上是X系列的大三元變焦鏡之一,至於XF16-55mm F2.8 R OIS WR應該會在之後接著推出,畢竟官方的Lens Roadmap是這樣寫的,屆時就讓我們拭目而待吧!
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Fuji X-Pro1 X Series from the front of the X-T1 recently published a total of six interchangeable lens camera, including the positioning X-T1 is the most special, because it belongs to the flagship micro monocular, both in terms of quality, performance and handling all aspects are its strengths, but always wondered is let small delay in the introduction of the original grade equivalent zoom lens, the camera is the player most in need of large triple shot, only to see a trace until September dawn, because the original was finally officially released Fujinon XF50-140mm f / 2.8 R LM OIS WR Fengyun large aperture lens, equivalent focal length came 76-213mm, aperture constant f / 2.8, which should be most X-Series user expect of a zoom lens, built-in manual aperture ring and the use of linear motors, and also support the OIS anti-shake lenses, but Fengyun lens also has the ability to weather dust drip, can justifiably claim to be the big X Series One triple zoom lens, as XF16-55mm F2.8 R OIS WR should be followed after the launch, after the official Lens Roadmap is written, then let us be keen to see while it! 

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Review: One Week With the Fujinon XF 50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR

Review: One Week With the Fujinon XF 50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
I must admit that living with the X-series as my only system has been more challenging than I both hoped and thought before I changed my system. I was in love with the X-T1 from the moment it was announced and the previews started to appear online. As with every new love one are blinded by all the positive aspects and tend to overlook the negative ones. But after a while the first crush starts to fade and the negative aspects start to reveal themselves and the situation gets much more nuanced.
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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 50-140 mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR review - Introduction - Lenstip.com

Fujifilm Fujinon XF 50-140 mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR review - Introduction - Lenstip.com | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it
The Fujifilm system has been developed in a bit different way than other mirrorless systems such as the Micro 4/3 or the Sony E. They’ve started with amateur lenses and that product line has been emphasized by them ever since. The Fujifilm X system has chosen another strategy – at first they launched an advanced X-Pro camera and three fixed focus lenses with the following parameters: 2/18, 1.4/35 and 2.4/60. Currently the Fuji line-up still features more expensive lenses, designed for advanced photographers, than cheap, plastic zooms, aimed solely at amateurs. There is a lot of examples of that strategy; even this year’s launches included two versions of a fast 1.2/56 “prime” along a fast 50–140 mm f/2.8 zoom lens. The latter device was sent to our editorial office not so long ago and today we can present our hands-on impressions and the results of our test – enjoy!.
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Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it

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But this time my wife also wanted to see Bryce Canyon before breakfast. Here she took a shot with my X Pro-1 and the XC 50-230. 

I don’t need anything else than a wide angle lens on a city trip but for landscapes I must have a tele zoom lens. To me a tele zoom is more essential than a super wide angle zoom. Just look at the image above. The sunlit rocks are too far away to get a useful image with a short lens. To get a shot like the one below you need a long lens.


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The Freedom Camera – A personal rant about the Fuji X100T

The Freedom Camera – A personal rant about the Fuji X100T | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it

The Fuji X100T is NOT the fastest camera on the market.

It is NOT the most responsive camera on the market.

It is NOT a great video camera. It is NOT even an interchangeable lens camera.

Despite all that, in our view it is THE BEST DIGITAL CAMERA on the market by far. Let me explain...

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Nissin i40 Flash for Fujifilm Cameras - Overview & My Thoughts . Hooked on Photography - YouTube

Overall, I'm very pleased with this flash. It has many good features/functions and is built well. I have more images of this flash and some test shots using ...
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Real-world Test: Fujifilm X-T1 at a Fashion Shoot - YouTube

In the latest in our series of real-world video tests, we take the Fujifilm X-T1 to a fashion shoot with photographer Olivia Lazer, to see what it can do.
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