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  1. veejaycee

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    After a few years using IR lens filters I've had an XE1 converted to 590nm IR which allows me to use 655nm, 720nm, and 850nm lens filters as well for different effects and amounts of visible colour light and also BW IR and still handhold. West Norwood cemetery.

    © Vic Chapman 2016

  2. veejaycee

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    After a few years using IR lens filters I've had an XE1 converted to 590nm IR which allows me to use 655nm, 720nm, and 850nm lens filters as well for different effects and amounts of visible colour light and also BW IR and still handhold. West Norwood cemetery.

    © Vic Chapman 2016

  3. veejaycee

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    After a few years using IR lens filters I've had an XE1 converted to 590nm IR which allows me to use 655nm, 720nm, and 850nm lens filters as well for different effects and amounts of visible colour light and also BW IR and still handhold. West Norwood cemetery.

    © Vic Chapman 2016

  4. veejaycee

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    After a few years using IR lens filters I've had an XE1 converted to 590nm IR which allows me to use 655nm, 720nm, and 850nm lens filters as well for different effects and amounts of visible colour light and also BW IR and still handhold. West Norwood cemetery.

    © Vic Chapman 2016

  5. veejaycee

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    After a few years using IR lens filters I've had an XE1 converted to 590nm IR which allows me to use 655nm, 720nm, and 850nm lens filters as well for different effects and amounts of visible colour light and also BW IR and still handhold.

    © Vic Chapman 2016

  6. veejaycee

    -DSF6926sm.jpg

    After a few years using IR lens filters I've had an XE1 converted to 590nm IR which allows me to use 655nm, 720nm, and 850nm lens filters as well for different effects and amounts of visible colour light and also BW IR and still handhold.

    © Vic Chapman 2016

  7. veejaycee

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    After a few years using IR lens filters I've had an XE1 converted to 590nm IR which allows me to use 655nm, 720nm, and 850nm lens filters as well for different effects and amounts of visible colour light and also BW IR and still handhold.

    © Vic Chapman 2016

  8. I was more than somewhat alarmed to read recently on fujirumors.com that Fujifilm has not yet decided whether to build the X-E3. Let me start by stating why, in my opinion, the X-E series is potentially the most perfect embodiment of the compact system camera concept: It is compact – in my view the perfect balance between larger and smaller form-factors. The ‘Goldilocks’ solution. The X-Pro2 is not so compact and only needs to be as big as it is because of its OVF. Smaller cameras, such as the X-A2, are not well balanced for the XF lenses.It is an ILC.The body is a so-called ‘rangefinder’ style. This form-factor is, at least for right-eye dominant users, by far the most comfortable and intuitive camera body ergonomically. Some will buy the SLR style bodied cameras for their own reasons (left-eye users, nostalgia for film SLRs etc.) and that’s fine. Fujifilm has admirably catered for both markets. Please Fuji don’t abandon the rangefinder style at this price point. Arguably it has been the rangefinder style that has been the foundation and real mainstay of success of the X-series cameras. The embodiment of function over fashion perhaps? Though many would argue that rangefinder remains the most fashionable form-factor.I firmly believe at least one reason for the success of the X-T1 and X-T10 has been, not so much the form-factor, but the technical advances offered by these models over the X-Pro1 and X-E series models.The X-E has always, pretty much, featured all the technical specification of the X-Pro1 (or better) in a more compact body, simply by foregoing the option of the OVF. In some ways it has been superior (e.g. better EVF).With recent advances in the quality of the EVF (especially in the X-T1), arguably the OVF will become more and more redundant. Already some X-Pro2 reviewers have commented that the EVF is so good, they use the OVF less and less.It is much more affordable than the X-Pro2.It was suggested in the fujirumors article that the sales success of the X-E2s would determine the future of the X-E3. I think this would be a mistake. I am an avid fan of the X-E series and have two X-E1 bodies along with a good selection of XF lenses. I am not interested in the X-T1 or X-T10 simply because I do not get along with the fake SLR form-factor. They're both technically very good cameras, but I just find them uncomfortable to use compared to my X-E1. Furthermore, I do not really want an X-Pro2 for exactly the same reasons I chose the X-E1 over the X-Pro1 (see above). Otherwise the X-Pro2 looks great. I am not interested in the X-E2s either, not because it isn’t a better camera than the X-E1, but because firstly, I can’t justify changing my camera every time a new model comes out and secondly, I therefore skip updated models until a significant (i.e. not incremental) advance in technology becomes available, along with the passage of time (because of cost/depreciation etc.). The X-Pro1 model lasted four years before being replaced. Fujifilm has updated the X-E series every year, but only incrementally. Not even the X-E2s offers the advances over the X-E1 that the X-Pro2 does over the X-Pro1. Just as the X-E1’s main attraction was the more compact embodiment of X-Pro1 technology, this is surely what the X-E3 must also be. Just like the X-E1 it could also add a better EVF (such as the one from the X-T1, if it will fit) and also a fully articulating touch-screen display. I think these two are a must. Other users will no doubt have opinions about other features. For me though this would be enough. In summary, what I will pay hard-earned cash for is the significant technical advances offered by the X-Pro2 in the more compact and affordable body of an X-E camera. So, Fujifilm, please don’t make the mistake of waiting for people to buy the X-E2s because I’m afraid now that you’ve shown everyone what you can achieve with the X-Pro2, many buyers like me will simply wait for the X-E3. I would even go as far as to say that by appending the slightly updated (via firmware) X-E2 with the letter ‘s’ might have been a marketing error as it really doesn’t represent any kind of meaningful advance over the X-E2. I wasn't in the market to update my X-E1 a year after launch with the X-E2, why would I buy it now more than two years later? The X-E2s it essentially the same as the X-E2. Just as the X-E1 came out approximately nine months after the X-Pro1, I remain hopeful that an X-E3 such as I describe will be announced in Q3 of 2016. I, for one, would buy two of them! Please Fujifilm. As you have so admirably done so far, please listen to your customers…
  9. robthebruce

    Hidden Bay rocks

    Looking south to the Maatsuyker Islands from Hidden Bay in the SW wilderness of Tasmania. It is part of a World Heritage area. The 14 mm works really well in these landscapes and I love the way it captures the colours.

    © Rob Culhane

  10. Looking to offload my Fuji X-E1 Black package. Payment can be made by Paypal + 3% Fuji X-E1 Camera in Black Condition: 9.8/10 Near mint condition from little to no wear/tear from daily usage as it's always been in a Kaza Deluxe Vintage half case. LCD screen protector on since day 1. Updated to new firmware. No issues with dials, buttons, EVF. It's the same Fuji sensor in the entire Fuji x lineup. Comes with original strap, original box & content, lens hood, lens cap, receipt from Henry's. Will include 1 thumb grip. Price: $200 USD XF 18-55mm f2.8-4 OIS lens Condition: 9.9/10 In flawless condition. Comes with original box, manual, lens cap, lens hood. Works beautifully. No issues with sharpness, focus, aperture or zoom rings Price: $300 USD XF 50-200mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS Telephoto Zoom lens Condition: 9.9/10 In flawless condition. Hardly shows any usage at all. Works beautifully. No issues with sharpness, focus, aperture or zoom rings Purchased from Aden Camera Comes with original box & content, receipt, lens cap, lens hood. Price: $375USD XF 35mm F1.4 prime lens Condition: 9.5/10 The legendary lens that you'll use most of the time. In flawless condition. Hardly shows any usage at all. Works beautifully. No issues with sharpness, focus, aperture Purchased from Henry's Price: $350 USD Pictures upon request! Low ballers will be ignored. I am from Canada so if you are wondering about feedback, I have ebay feedback with the username "morpheiz" . Same username on a big Canadian forum called Redflagdeals. I also have a business paypal verified account. Prefer to sell locally in Toronto/Markham but I'm willing to ship.
  11. Hi guys, newbie question: how do I turn off the film simulation on my X-E1?
  12. Doni Castilho

    Night in Paraty I

    City of Paraty, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    © Doni Castilho

  13. Doni Castilho

    Sunset in Goiás (Brazil)

    State of Goiás, Brazil

    © Doni Castilho

  14. Doni Castilho

    Rally dos Sertões 2015, Brazil

    X-E1 and Lens Nikkor 105mm in Manual Focus

    © Doni Castilho

  15. Doni Castilho

    Rally dos Sertões 2015, Brazil

    X-E1 and Lens Nikkor 105mm in Manual Focus

    © Doni Castilho

  16. Doni Castilho

    Rally dos Sertões 2015 - Brazil

    E-X1 and Lens Nikkor 105mm f/2 in manual focus

    © Doni Castilho

  17. ricardo.ori

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    For all the bookworms travelling in Berlin, do visit the Humboldt University Library near the Friedrichstrasse Station.

    © Ricardo Itiro Ori

  18. Perfect condition 18-55 lens. Came with my X-T1 and I have used it for maybe 20 shots. TOTAL. You won't find a cleaner "used" lens. $270 obo - Paypal and shipping included to Lower 48. Lens hood and frt/rear caps included. Ebay for feedback - Volcom23 Have bought and sold numerous lenses/bodies on other forums. Buy with confidence. Thanks -Ross PM or email please. rcvaphoto@gmail.com
  19. robthebruce

    Melbourne Tram

    Late winter evening looking eastwards to Box Hill, Melbourne, Australia

    © Rob Culhane

  20. roryp

    Exploring Liverpool

    I've not posted on here in ages and since I've just finished a photo essay about a recent trip to Liverpool, I thought it was a good time to share some images! These were shot with my X-E1 using a mix of the 35mm f1.4, 55-200mm and 14mm. Processed with Lightroom and Silver Efex Pro 2. You can see the full set on my blog here.
  21. NigelL

    Puss Moth caterpillar

    Macro shot of the Puss Moth caterpillar that's made its home in our Salix tree. Taken with X-E1 with Tamron SP90 72B macro lens and off camera EF20 flash
  22. NigelL

    Puss Moth caterpillar

    Puss Moth caterpillar munching its way through our Salix tree! Here, it's displaying its red tails as they do when threatened!
  23. bobmielke

    Bob Mielke Tumblr Site

    I have so many good photos taken with my two X-E1 bodies and 5 Fujinon lenses that I think it would be easier just to post my Tumblr blog link. This particular blog is set up to display the photographs as full screen images at high resolution. I'm also a contributing photographer for National Geographic but the 73 images posted there are the same as the Tumblr site. I migrated from a Nikon D800 & D7000 to mirrorless cameras, first the Sony NEX-5N and finally to the Fuji X-E1. I will never go back to DSLR cameras. ungawa.tumblr.com
  24. Thom

    Hot Shoe

    Is there a setting in the menu to activate the hot shoe?
  25. For sale: Black X-E1, Black 16-50 lens,Silver 50-230 lens. Includes 2 batteries, battery charger, front lens caps for both lenses, lens hoods for both lenses, camera strap, owners manual, cd, box for camera, box for 50-230 lens. Camera & lenses are in near mint condition.See images on Craigs list at Seattle/photo-video/Fuji. What you see is what you get. Asking $750.00. PayPal + 3%. CONUS only. USPS Priority. Ships Free to PayPal address. Now $700.00.
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