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Fujifilm X-Pro1 Review | Mikee.nu | Photographer

Fujifilm X-Pro1 Review | Mikee.nu | Photographer | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it

Oh I lied, I do have a camera complaint. The moving aperture blades that causes chatter in changing light. Yes, I know it’s normal, but it’s striking how loud it can be. Out and about, it’s a non-issue. Indoors with family (or when I take this to wedding gigs), it’s loud and can get annoying. One can argue the shutter of a dslr is loader, but that’s expected when a photographer is around. Aperture chatter, kinda weird and not normal to most people.

All said and done it’s results that I’m more worried and interested about. This fucking camera can perform. The files are simply gorgeous and not only are they amazingly good sooc, they look even better post processed.


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The Fuji X Pro 1 and Nikkor Lenses part V | Jim Gamblin

The Fuji X Pro 1 and Nikkor Lenses part V | Jim Gamblin | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it


Nikon has made a number of 28mm lenses over the years. The most illustrious is undoubtedly the 28mm f/1.4 AF-D. In the past I usually avoided the 28mm focal length in favor of the 24mm and 20mm lenses. When the 17-35mm Super Wide Zoom came out in the mid nineties, it quickly came to be my “go to” wide angle lens.
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When I began trying out my Nikkor lenses with the Fuji X Pro 1, this was one lens, that I had not anticipated becoming one of my favorites. The focal length with APS-C sized sensor, gives a cropped field of view of around a 42mm equivalent. Kind of ho hum area. However it has been a joy shooting with it. All of the things that I liked about it before seem almost better now with the Fuji’s sensor. Funny how some of the lenses I had great expectations which were not fulfilled and then others surprised me in good ways...


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Thomas Menk's comment, September 4, 2012 8:39 AM
Looks like the Kenji Leather Half Case

http://kenjileather.com/index.php/products/leather-case/kenji-leather-half-case-for-fujifilm-fuji-xpro-1

Andrew Lockie's comment, September 4, 2012 8:47 AM
Thanks Thomas. In fact the author, Jim Gamblin, just emailed me to say that it is handmade in Italy by Luigi Crescenzi - http://www.leicatime.com I will certainly check out the Kenji also - thanks again.
jim gamblin's comment, September 4, 2012 8:50 AM
Hello

The case in question is from Luigi Crescenzi. Hand made in Italy. www.leicatime.com is the web site and contact is ginevra@leicatime.com