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Rewiew of the Fuji XPRO 1 +M mount + Hexanon 35mm f/2

Rewiew of the Fuji XPRO 1 +M mount + Hexanon 35mm f/2 | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it
Just a quick review of a day with the fuji xpro1 with a leica like lens for street photography

I've tested it during two day , I've shot around ...
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Eugene Fratkin PhotoBlog: Fuji X-Pro1 Review (with adapters and M-mount lenses)

Eugene Fratkin PhotoBlog: Fuji X-Pro1 Review (with adapters and M-mount lenses) | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it
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Fujifilm X-Pro 1 Product Review from Adorama Learning Center

Fujifilm X-Pro 1 Product Review from Adorama Learning Center | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it
Fujifilm X-Pro 1 Product Review. Street/documentary camera wannabe is put to the test. When Fujifilm introduced the X-Pro 1 earlier this year, it was greeted with much enthusiasm, and a question: Can it do the job of a Leica M at a third the price?
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R A N G E F I N D E R | Carl Zeiss Biogon T* 2.8/25 ZM | レンジファインダー&レンズ&アクセサリ専門店 | ヨドバシ.com

R A N G E F I N D E R | Carl Zeiss Biogon T* 2.8/25 ZM | レンジファインダー&レンズ&アクセサリ専門店 | ヨドバシ.com | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it
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3 Concepts from Cognitive Science That Can Help You Become a Better Street Photographer

3 Concepts from Cognitive Science That Can Help You Become a Better Street Photographer | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it
What makes a photograph memorable? What makes a photograph so powerful and so magical that it burns itself into our memories? Why do certain photographs withstand the history of time?
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Nature walk with the Fuji X-Pro1

Nature walk with the Fuji X-Pro1 | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it
I'm going through my images taken with the Fuji X-Pro1 camera, and there are a few that I just didn't have time to post...
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My First X-Pro 1 Engagement! | Michael Cali

My First X-Pro 1 Engagement! | Michael Cali | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it
Yesterday was my first attempt at taking the new Fujifilm X-Pro 1 on an engagement shoot.. and I loved it! I wasn’t sure how I was going to feel about taking the camera into the wedding and engagement world.. especially since I switched to shooting only film quite a few months ago. I met up with a wonderful couple in New York City.. and shot this camera anywhere and everywhere I could.


"I really tried to test it in dramatically different lighting conditions.. and was excited to see that the camera held its own! I really did what I wanted it to do in the field.. and that’s what is important to me. I want to know that regardless of the situation.. I am able to perform my job at the highest level possible."


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A day at Getty Center with Fuji XPro-1! | Faran Najafi

A day at Getty Center with Fuji XPro-1!  | Faran Najafi | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it


Few weeks ago I got an opportunity to re-visit the Getty Center in Los Angeles, CA in beautiful Southern California weather. During this visit I had my Fuji X-Pro 1 next to my Canon 5D MK III with 14mm F2.8 L II attached to it. I tried both cameras that day and once I got home to process the photos, I was amazed how my Fuji performed when I compared the photos with 5D MK III!!! I would say in some cases the result was very similar.


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Autofocus Trick for Fujifilm X-Pro1 Users | TechniFoto

Autofocus Trick for Fujifilm X-Pro1 Users | TechniFoto | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it
While some are experiencing sluggish autofocus performance with the X-Pro1, others found ways around its drawbacks and decided to share their tips and tricks.

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X-Pro1 In Low Light … Simply WOW! | Al Smith Photography

X-Pro1 In Low Light … Simply WOW! | Al Smith Photography | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it

The most impressive piece of the act though was the way the X-Pro1 dealt with darkness and stage lighting. There were no cameras allowed during the show so I didn’t get many pictures but the couple I snapped with no flash in silent mode were amazing. This image is straight out of the jpg engine on the X-Pro1 and man I can’t believe the file.

If you are not a pro and want an amazing camera this one is just stunning. If you are a pro and want a traveling camera don’t even think about it just buy it! I mean just look this image! It is literally a super quick snap shot due to pressure and it’s amazing.


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X-Pro1 OVF Tips | Gregor Dawdle

X-Pro1 OVF Tips | Gregor Dawdle | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it

thanks to Gregor Dawdle for this tip, but it doesn't work for me in OVF mode :-(

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the brightness of the display superimposed on the OVF, can also be adjusted. By QMenu "LCD brightness" if you have the eye in the viewfinder. Indeed, adjustment of brightness OVF and EVF / screen are seperated.

 

Kind Regards and thank you for all your curation.


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Flax's comment, May 2, 2012 4:37 AM
What I am seeing is LCD Brightness can be set independently for the EVF and LCD.

However it does not appear to affect the OVF HUD. The HUD seems to gain up/down on it's own depending on the available light.
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X-Pro1 Diaries: Down By The River | Handcarry Only

X-Pro1 Diaries: Down By The River | Handcarry Only | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it

Fuji X-Pro1 Diaries: Down By The River

It was a sweltering day, despite the tropical thunderstorm in the morning. By noon, the puddles of water on the pavements and roads had all but dried up, leaving no evidence that just a couple of hours before, it was raining down cats, dogs and other assorted animals. The heat from the ground formed a swirling haze and people took shelter in the relative cool of the shade....


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Fuji X-Pro1 Vs. Fuji X100 Vs. Fuji X10 : The XXX Shoot Out!

Fuji X-Pro1 Vs. Fuji X100 Vs. Fuji X10 : The XXX Shoot Out! | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it
Check out my XXX Shootout: Fuji X-Pro1 vs. Fuji X100 vs. Fuji X10. What are their similarities? Their differences? High ISO capabilities?
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Playing with the Fuji X-Pro1 | Steve Schlackman

Playing with the Fuji X-Pro1 | Steve Schlackman | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it

Ok, here are some points I want to get across. Everyone is correct about the great quality. It rivals my Canon 5D Mark II. And that is what any camera of this quality is for.

Finally, I find the depth of field to be very different from my Mark II. That takes getting use to. Now this is normal. It has a bit more depth. I am not saying there is anything wrong with the Fuji. The Canon has a smaller lens barrel, and it is full frame. So there is going to be a difference. I just want people reading this to know this so they can make adjustments for it. Below are 2 images. The right is the Mark 2, left is the X -Pro1. They are the same ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. You can see how the quality in both is just outstanding. And you can see that the depth of field for the mark 2 is different. So with the X Pro1, just remember to adjust the aperture as necessary.


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Fuji X-Pro1 - Scoop.it

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Santorini is an Island of contrasts, a victim of natural disasters and a labyrinth of charm both old and new. Here is a collection of photographs from my 10 day visit to the island.
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Fuji X-Pro1 on Vacation | Santa Fe, New Mexico Children and Family Portrait Photographer - David Moore

Fuji X-Pro1 on Vacation | Santa Fe, New Mexico Children and Family Portrait Photographer - David Moore | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it
How does Fuji's interchangeable-lens X-Pro1 camera do on holiday?
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Dare to see!: I stand corrected | René Delbar

Dare to see!: I stand corrected | René Delbar | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it

As of today, I enjoy a much clearer view through my X-Pro1 viewfinder: I finally could install a diopter appropriately correcting for my vision.

I never intended for this blog to be about technical issues, but I guess my recent ‘quest for the optimal diopter’ may be of interest to many X-Pro1 owners.


Do diopters work well?


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The Fujinon XF 18mm F2.0 R Lens Review For The Fuji X-Pro1 | findingrange.com

The Fujinon XF 18mm F2.0 R Lens Review For The Fuji X-Pro1 |  findingrange.com | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it

As of now, there are only two lenses on the market that you can purchase with your Fuji X-Pro1. One is the XF 35mm F1.4 R lens, which seems to be the hot lens for the X-Pro1 now. The other is the XF 18mm F2.0 R lens, which is the wide angle sibling of the 35mm. If you could only buy one lens for your X-Pro1, which one should you buy?


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