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  1. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 850nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  2. veejaycee

    X-E1 Infrared 590 conversion

    I added a few more IR images and added some wildlife into the mix. Like to know what you think. Vic
  3. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 850nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  4. I recently prepared my low usage X-E1 for sale. I was getting ready to list, when I found that the card slot was not locking in SD cards. The door will hold the card in and the camera well work. I was going to upgrade to the X-E2. I can (probably will) send my body to Fuji for a quote. However, at the current value of the camera, I do not think I will spend any significant amount. So, I think I will keep this body as a "knock around". It works well. I am interested in knowing what experience some may have on some of the low cost third party XF mount lenses I see listed for sale. I know all about legacy lenses, and I do have a very nice Olympus Zuiko lens, but not turning up any adaptors. So, any thoughts on 3rd party primes that work with the XF mount ( see C lens designations) Thank You in advance for any advice
  5. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 850nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  6. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 850nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  7. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 850nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  8. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 850nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  9. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 850nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  10. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 720nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  11. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 720nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  12. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 720nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  13. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 720nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  14. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 720nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  15. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 720nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  16. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 720nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  17. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, London, C 1840. XE1 590nm IR conversion + 720nm IR lens filter.

    © Vic Chapman

  18. JCURTISS

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    Shot hiking near one of the many vista points overlooking Crater Lake, Oregon. My wife, an avid point-and-shoot enthusiast, always reaches the prime shooting location way before me, so I'm here catching up to see what she's about to view. The Fuji 35mm 1.2 was my first prime lens for my X-E1. I love that camera/lens combo, easy to handle and super light, with incredible IQ. Eventually I'll get a newer Fuji X-body but at the moment I'm perfectly happy with the X-E1 and recommend it to anyone looking to get into the X-series on the cheap.
  19. JCURTISS

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    Crater Lake is a must see if you're in southern Oregon. My wife and I were attending the Shakespeare festival in Ashland, and we heard about this incredibly deep and beautiful lake formed in the caldera of a volcano. I often enjoy shooting in monochrome or converting in post, as is the case here. This vacation was my first trip using the wonderful Fuji 35mm 1.2 lens. It's lightweight, very sharp, and a pleasure to use.
  20. JCURTISS

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    Shot en route to Crater Lake, Oregon at one of the nearby recreational areas. Sorry I can't recall the name of the lake but it's adjacent to a popular campground. I just loved how the water played off the mountains and clouds on that day. The image was shot in color but changed in post. I often do this to photos taken where the bulk of the image is of water.
  21. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, SE London.

    © Vic Chapman 2016

  22. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, SE London.

    © Vic Chapman 2016

  23. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, SE London.

    © Vic Chapman 2016

  24. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, SE London.

    © Vic Chapman 2016

  25. veejaycee

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    Nunhead cemetery, SE London.

    © Vic Chapman 2016

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