X100 Enthusiasts Is Now FujiXSeries.com
  • ChristopherChristopher
    Posts: 2,534
    As Fujifilm continues to expand the X Series family of cameras, I've decided that we should expand the X100 Enthusiasts community to include the new and upcoming models like the Fuji X10. With this change will come some minor rebranding and a renaming of the community from X100 Enthusiasts to FujiXSeries.com.

    Later today the site's domain name will switch over to www.fujixseries.com, all existing links will continue to work, and all of the community content will automatically move to the new address. For those of you who follow us on Twitter, our twitter username has changed from @X100Enthusiasts to @FujiXSeries, and you will continue to receive our posts. It should be an easy transition! Once we are using the new domain name, you may need to log in to your account again.

    Now that the Fujifilm X10 has begun to ship around the world, we'll begin covering Fuji X10 reviews, accessories, post processing, usage tips and more!

    Thanks to everyone in the community for making this such a great forum to discuss and share our experiences with these awesome cameras! Your insight and advice is appreciated, and your photographs continue to inspire! Let's welcome the new wave of X10 users into our group!
    Fuji X Series Administrator · ChrisMarks.com · Space Cadet Photo Blog · Flickr
  • Good work!
    A wise move IMO!
  • cosinaphilecosinaphile
    Posts: 1,063
    great ill come whatever the name ....for ome reason i could not sign in and it was necessary to do a password reset

    anyone else experence this? cant wait for your logo picture to have a camera on the other side of the x 100
    i shoot with the ricoh gxr and m mount module with adapted glass
    i shoot with the samsung ex1 and the ricoh gx 200
    i shoot with the ep1 and gf1 with adapted slr and rf glass
    i shoot with the x100 and the x10
  • wolvenwolven
    Posts: 17
    no password reset here.. needed to login for the browser/cookie to work...

    nice move btw....

    Im hopeful of the next camera in the series...
  • ChristopherChristopher
    Posts: 2,534
    Everyone will likely need to log in again, at least those with direct forum accounts. If you log in through Facebook or Twitter, it may continue to work on the new domain name. Sorry for the trouble @cosinaphile!

    I'm excited for the upcoming interchangeable lens X series camera! I'm not sure if we'll be covering the Fujifilm X-S1 on the site or not, I feel like it doesn't quite fit in with the group, but if there's enough interest we can support it too!
    Fuji X Series Administrator · ChrisMarks.com · Space Cadet Photo Blog · Flickr
  • Just let my users know for you :)
    http://www.realphotographersforum.com/content/477-x100-enthusiast-forum-now-fuji-x-series.html
    Keep up the good work!

    I'd say the X-S1 might be quite an interesting camera!
    I rarely shoot long tele stuff... certainly not enough to justify the expense of and thing crazy to go on the end of my D3...
    This is the sort of thing that would fill that occasional gap for me!
  • mattmabermattmaber
    Posts: 3,960
    excellent +1 Like RT etc ;)
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  • WilzWorkz7WilzWorkz7
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    Hi Chris, nice change...
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  • Let's move!
  • Great idea for the name change Christopher. Personally though, I would like to see different sections in the Forum for the different X series cameras. One for the X100, another for the X10, and for the X??? and so on - like Nikonians does for example. I think it would be easier to find the stuff you want, and say the things you want and stay on topic that way. Just a thought!
    Fujifilm X100 (just sold): Nikon D7000, Nikon D800 [on order] (Nikkor 50mm f/1.4, 16-35mm FX f/4, 24-120mm FX f/4, 70-200mm f.2.8)
  • ChristopherChristopher
    Posts: 2,534
    Hey @chroaz100! The forum actually does have separate sections for each camera's discussions, you can find links to them under the 'Categories' section in the right side column. It's difficult to notice though, our forum software works differently than most, and places all of the latest discussions on the homepage to help encourage participation. There are some overlapping categories for now, like post processing and accessories, but I think this works well for the smaller scale of our community. As the forum grows I'll continue to expand these categories, and make additional changes to help with the organization of separate camera discussions. One thing I would like to add is a 'prefix' before each discussion title, that shows which camera model it is about. For now though, I'd encourage everyone to use very descriptive titles when starting a new discussion :)

    Thanks everyone for your support! I've really enjoyed watching our humble community grow since beginning in the middle of April, just before the great X100 was released. We have an incredible group of members here, and I appreciate everyone who has contributed to the community.
    Fuji X Series Administrator · ChrisMarks.com · Space Cadet Photo Blog · Flickr
  • gregvdsgregvds
    Posts: 531
    Thanks Chris for the very wise move. I eagerly awaits too that next X1000 or whatever they will call it...

    The very first login was complex, through that facebook stuff, but since then, no problem to relog here for me, with the same name and password.

    By the way, nice iTouch/iPhone interface, simpler than the full site, still readable!

    All the best,
  • Thanks, Christopher, for all your work with this. The "prefix" idea of yours is a good one, and I have to admit I hadn't really noticed the categories on the right as I usually just "launch" from the Home page.

    Great job, thank again.
    Fujifilm X100 (just sold): Nikon D7000, Nikon D800 [on order] (Nikkor 50mm f/1.4, 16-35mm FX f/4, 24-120mm FX f/4, 70-200mm f.2.8)
  • mattmabermattmaber
    Posts: 3,960
    I never noticed the sections, tbh IM not sure what the hit rates are on this site, but the posts are of a nice manageable amount that I can read most/all of the posts even if theyre not immediately apparent that Id be interested - which is nice.
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  • I quickly became an addict of this forum. It is so useful and so supportive. Thank you again Chris.
    Jean-Jacques
  • gregvdsgregvds
    Posts: 531
    Thanks for the move, now we can fully support discussion about future Fuji X cameras.

    BTW Chris, I have to refresh every page I look at under mac, or I keep looking at what's in my cache, not the most current state of the orum, except the threads were I just posted... I don't have this behaviour with other forums out there. When I come back to the main threads list, it's updated. Maybe there is an option for this when you manage the forum? I don't know if other users experience this. I'm under Mac OSX 10.6, Safari.

    All the best, and thanks again!
  • ChristopherChristopher
    Posts: 2,534
    @gregvds, it seems to be an issue with Safari's overzealous cache. Try clicking on the Fuji X Series logo up top to return to the home page, instead of using your browser back button.
    Fuji X Series Administrator · ChrisMarks.com · Space Cadet Photo Blog · Flickr

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