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A shot taken yesterday afternoon at Temple of the Winds at Mountstewart Co Down Northern Ireland. One of the first shots I have taken with my wee secondhand X-E1 and 16-50mm lens I acquired last week. First impressions are good so far.



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Taken with FUJIFILM X-E1

  • 16 mm
  • 1/70
  • f f/11.0
  • ISO 400
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The first impression of this image is good as well.  I love the straight lines and the soft light.  Great composition, too.

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It almost feels like spring with the warm light on the attractive facade. I often wish I had a similar setup for myself but my XE1 is converted for infrared so the XT1 is my smallest body. I got the little XE1 after my XP1 and XT1 and it was only then that I discovered how pleasant it is to carry and to use and although I have a 18-55 zoom, I think I'd buy the 16-50mm XC to pair it with too.

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On 1/24/2017 at 0:05 AM, Owtafocus said:

The first impression of this image is good as well.  I love the straight lines and the soft light.  Great composition, too.

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Unless you often need really fast AF, the X-E1 is a great little camera. In fact several people find that the first generation X-Trans sensor of the X-Pro1, X-E1, and X-M1 produces photos with a nicer rendition (particularly of the colors) than the successive X-Trans sensors (see for instance https://www.fujivsfuji.com/fuji-views/x-e1-vs-x-e2-colour ).

 

 

 

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Yes very pleased so far. Focusing a little slow but other wise a great wee walk about camera that takes beautifully detailed images.

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