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  1. Hi guys, My Fuji X-T10 can't seem to properly turn off when I switch the button to off. Display turns off, but there's a constant clicking noise. It stops when I remove the lens, but continues to have that noise when reinserted (while 'off'). The only way to stop the noise is to remove the battery. Can someone help out? Other Notes: Functions properly when turned on. Thanks!
  2. Holter


    Fuji xt10 #xt10 #xf27
  3. Hi all. I signed up to share my hack (and fix) for the flimsy (bulging) door covering the HDMI/USB/Mic connectors on Fujifilm X-T1. It's a hack so be prepared to cut the rubbery plastic. Look at picture #2 to see where to cut the plastic, 1mm should be enough. It's quite easy really. Pictures follow. Take couple of 1mm paper clips and straighten them up. These will be carefully bent again and placed inside the door as in the picture. Glue it with a superglue (or some other glue) making sure there's no excess glue popping up. Then, close the flimsy door and hold it against something to cause the glue to harden. Then leave this for few hours (over the night is best). This works very well for me, and the door is back again to be straight like new. On the outside, obviously, there's nothing apparent. Hope this helps out someone out there. -- Noor Dawod A photographer from Oslo, Norway. http://noor.dawod.photography
  4. Transiting to Fuji XT10 from Nikon , I am trying to use Nikon 60mm f2.8 D AF Micro Nikkor with an adapter, but have issues focusing. Even in a non-macro situation (portraits), even with aperture stopped down to, say 5.6 or 8 shots come out downright bad. My only guidance is peaking outline on the screen and I am wondering how reliable it is. Also, I am not totally sure 60mm is the figure I need to put into the non-native lens section of the camera setup. Is this automatically corrected for the adapter connecting the lens to the camera or is there another formula? I also see there're a few more parameters to input manually, but am not sure they can influence sharpness. Is there anything I am missing?
  5. Great to be a part of the Fuji X Series community! I shoot with the X-T10 and have been having problems actively monitoring aperture changes (which I am executing manually) while in Shutter or Aperture Priority Modes. It only seems to work in the full Manual Mode. Any thoughts or tips on this? Thanks in advance for any help!
  6. As most of us already know, the Fuji image files look awesome. To be fair, image files from any camera these days will look really good, but there's something really special about the way the Fujifilm X Series cameras portray color and tone. While the Fuji image processors play a part in this, much of the Fuji mojo is due to the X-Trans sensor. With its proprietary non-Bayer pattern design, the X-Trans sensor reproduces color in a unique way that's different from the way it's done in just about every other digital camera. In my search to figure out what's really going on here, it occurred to me, (and was verified by a few of the Fuji reps and engineers), that the X-Trans sensor is actually very "film-like." It's much more so than most other sensors, and this is no accident. In designing the X-Trans sensor, the Fuji engineers looked back as much as they looked forward. Trying to preserve the heritage and legacy of traditional photography, they designed the "random" array on the X-Tran sensor so that it resembles the randomness of film. As we know, film was essentially silver halide glitter that was poured into a bowl of jelly and smeared onto a plastic base. There was nothing "regular" about the way grain looked in film, and although the X-Trans sensor isn't totally random, it does closely match the look of actual film grain, especially when it comes to the distribution of the green sensitive pixels. Compare that with an actually cross section of Autochrome Lumiere film from the early 1900s. It's amazing how close the pattern looks to the X-Trans sensor pattern. Also, compare the two image below, one is a scan from a Velvia slide, and the other is JPEG file from the X-T2. You can see an expanded version of this topic on my blog, along with more image examples. I've even got a side by side comparison of the grain in ACROS next to the old T-MAX 3200 film. I'm fascinated by this idea, let me know your thoughts! Below: An enlargement of the grain on an original Fujifilm Velvia slide film image. Below: An enlargement of an X-T2 JPEG file.
  7. Hi guys, I've recently got myself a X-T10 and i'm looking for some third party lenses to play around with. I've been looking at Russian (USSR) ones like Helios, Jupiter Industar. I would like to get 35mm, 50mm, 85mm and 135mm lens. Any recommendations welcome.
  8. Hi, i'm interested in getting a(nother) lens hood for my X-T10. Only, I'm not sure what the diameter size is. It's the standard kit lens (XC 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS). In particular, I am looking for this kind of hood because it looks so good (imho) http://www.prophotonut.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/XF16mm-with-lens-hood-1.jpg Can anyone help?
  9. manwithglasses

    Pentax K-mount to Fuji ...?

    Hi, apologies if this has been asked before. I was given an old Pentax MZ5 by someone who was throwing it out. It's a lovely camera, uses something called 'film', whatever that is, and it comes with two great(ish) lenses: the standard kit lens and a Sigma 18mm-to-somethingorotherpossibly200mm lens. In an attempt to keep costs down, from reading the interweb, these Pentax camera have a K-mount, and apparently you can buy adapters to fit K-mount lenses onto the Fuji-X bodies. So, with an adapter fitted would those lenses fit the X-T10 or X-T1 body that I'm thinking of buying? If so, what are the caveats to this? thnx!
  10. Holter


    Fuji xt10 #xt10 #xf27
  11. SnapPuppy

    Sail Away

    So went to Crosby Beach to get an image of the Iron Men at sunset, couldn't get a composition I was happy with so grabbed this quick pictures as a Ferry was leaving Liverpool. The panoramic crop works better.

    © All Rights Reserved

  12. tzeruk

    FS: Silver X-T10 ($550)

    X-T10 - $550 Bought new from B&H Photo on 6/18 (receipt available) with the following extras:- Extra Fuji NP-W126 battery- Gordy's brown leather neck strapAll other original items included (box, strap, charger, manual, etc.) Approx 4,300 shutter count according to EXIF data. It is in perfect condition, I baby my cameras.
  13. Paul Clift


    XT-10 XF35MM F1.4R
  14. Hello respected photographers and members, I am planning to buy a Fuji XT10 in near future. I have seen almost all the reviews in youtube regarding xt10 and I am very much convinced that it will be a good camera to buy. I also want to buy the accessories needed for the camera. So I have a few qs in mind regarding the camera & the accessories. I will be much obliged if someone helps me out: 1. I live in a country where 99% photographers use either canon or nikon. So when I am asking for advice from someone, people are discouraging me to buy a Fuji. But I am really inclined to Fuji XT10 due to the form factor & quality. So what you guys suggest? 2. I am kind of unhappy that XT10 doesn't have OIS built-in. So what you say will it be a big deal shooting with XT10 with non-IS lenses? I am a smartphone photographer, so I know OIS is a big deal for smartphone photography. Should I wait for XT20 (or something like that)? 3. How good really is the kit lens (18-55mm) for the beginning? I like nature photography as well as street. But of course I will take portraits too. 4. I have a bunch of 52mm filters. The kit lens has 58mm thread. If I use a 58-52mm step down ring, will it cause uncorrectable vignetting? 5. Will any 58mm lens cap fit with the kit lens? 6. Suppose I plan to buy new filters. What will the best size to choose keeping in mind that in future I may broaden my lens collection. And if I buy bigger filters, what type of lens caps should I buy? What size more preciously. 7. Is anyone using 3rd party or different OEM lenses with XT10? How's the performance? 8. What lens (Fuji or any other good ones) will be the best for a little bit wide angle distortion but not full fish eye effect? 9. What speedlight should I buy? I am a tight on my budget. 10. Can anyone compare the kit lens with the LG G4 camera if possible? Many many thanks if u have read this thread and many more thanks if you can help me with these.
  15. Hi all! I just bought a brand new X-T10 last Friday and I have so far taken out the battery and recharged it 4 times. Every single time when I put the battery back and turn on the camera all my settings are completely reset. I have to select language, set the date and time and every little setting is reset to the defaults. Am i doing something wrong? Is my camera defect perhaps?
  16. I was very surprised by just how much manual input there was - which might explain the pricing of these great cameras. Apologies if you have seen it, I didn't see it referenced in the forum previously X-T10 Manufacturing Video
  17. Hi I'm selling up on my fuji gear to fund other interests, I have a Fuji X-T10 Black purchased new from Ffordes mid July it comes with box and all originally accessories.. Camera and its LCD are all in excellent condition only marks are on foot really where paint has rubbed when it been put down..Both Wrist strap and 35mm in the photos are not included. Payment by BT, Cash on collection or Cheque.. Just like to point out i dont do Paypal. As im new here so people my be wary i have plenty of feeback on eBay user ThrottleUK , Avforums Throttle Talkphotography Throttle so feel free to check them out
  18. stuarthatto

    Telephoto recommendation?

    Hi all, I am lucky enough to be going to South Africa for 3 weeks next year and was wondering what long lens would be best for me to take with me for safari wildlife shots? I could take my Canon 100-400 and my DSLR but if there is a lighter more portable version you can recommend for the x-t10 I would love to hear it. The range isn't that long, and the 1.4x teleconv is a bit pricy Thanks for your insight, Stu
  19. Shmoigel

    Sunset over the Atlantic

    © Nuriakhmetov R.

  20. My first camera was a Fuji STX-1 - not the N variant. It was a beautiful camera to handle, fully manual obviously this being the early 80's and to this day I am certain that my best shots were taken with this camera. The STX-1 taught me so much about composition and exposure and I loved its focussing screen and the light meter needle for exposure. Eventually it died and I never really found anything to replace it. Since the early 90's I have been a Canon shooter, starting with EOS1000n through to now with my 650D, which I love, but they have never matched in my eyes at least, the image quality from that STX-1. I took a kind of leap of faith 2 weeks ago and plunged in for a X-T10. After all, it even looks like the STX-1! And retro is important when you get older right :). I have been getting used to the camera controls and settings, which are very different than Canon of course, and am now taking images that I think are better than anything I have taken with all of my Canons and I am now seeing images with the same colour and sharpness that I used to get in the 80's. This camera is a joy and has rekindled my interests in photography, which have in the last few years been limited to holidays and excursions. Now I go out to make images again. I am barely scratching the surface of what this camera can achieve and I look forward to going out and using it every single day. Here is the first image I took, it's been cropped a little, but this is essentially straight from the camera. http://myfuji.s3.amazonaws.com/5a0a300adfc80acf/DSCF1075.jpg Normally I would be shooting RAW, but the JPG images are just so good that I don't think I'll be doing that much longer. The pleasure is in the taking not the post for me. Anyway, thought I would say hi, and hopefully I can learn from you all. Stuart
  21. Hi I have had the X-T10 for about 2 weeks now... Very poor batt life... I have the x100 and X-E1 both of these are fine (400 shots ish). But the X-T10 maybe 150 ish!!! ------ especially with the 18-55 lens attached! ---- you can hear a permanent very low whooshing sound when this lens attached --- If I attach the 35mm f1.4 no sound and batt life about 300 ish - same with the 12mm Samyang manual lens. If I attach the 18-55 on my X-E1 no low whooshing sound. I have tried another camera in shop - all make this whooshing sound with 18-55 attached - just weird!!! Thanks Carl
  22. 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
  23. Fujifilm has released its first firmware update for the new X-T10. This update improves compatibility with the new 90mm f/2 lens, changes the behavior of the Fn1 button near the exposure compensation dial, improves a JPG rendering bug, and adds support for connecting the camera to a Windows 10 computer. Download at Fujifilm.com. Here's a detailed overview of the updates in version 1.01: 1.Improvement of "EYE DETECTION AF" speed when used with XF90mmF2 R LM WR"EYE DETECTION AF" speed is improved when used with XF90mmF2 R LM WR in case that "FACE DETECTION" and "EYE DETECTION AF" are ON in "AUTO FOCUS SETTING" of the Shooting Menu.2.Operational improvement of Fn1 Function button (Default setting : movie shooting) The shortcut function to Fn1 BUTTON SETTING by pressing the button more than 2 sec. is removed. To avoid accidentally pressing the button when turning the Exposure compensation dial, pressing the button approx. 0.5sec. is required to start the function allocated to the button. This improvement is to avoid unexpected appearance of the SETTING when Fn1 function is needed.<Note-1>Functions of Fn2 through Fn7 button remain same. <Note-2>Steps to change the setting of Fn1 are same as usual like below. ・Change it in the function(Fn) setting menu appeared by pressing DISP/BACK button for a while. ・Change it through Setup Menu>BUTTON/DIAL SETTING>FUNCTION (Fn) SETTING.3.Angle difference between jpeg image and jpeg image converted from RAW fileCurrently, there is angle difference between jpeg image (including jpeg images converted in a camera) and jpeg image converted from RAW file by RAW FILE CONVERTER EX2.0 etc. The jpeg image angle converted from RAW file is a little bigger. With this upgrade, the jpeg image angle is matched to one which is converted from RAW file. This symptom happens only when lenses below is used. In case of zoom lenses, this happen in wide-angle side. XC16-50mmF3.5-5.6 OIS, XC16-50mmF3.5-5.6 OIS Ⅱ, XF18-55mmF2.8-4 R LM OIS, XF10-24mmF4 R OIS, XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WR, XF18-135mmF3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR, XF18mmF2 R and XF27mmF2.84.Support for Windows10The phenomenon is fixed that images in a camera cannot be transferred to a Windows10 PC via a USB cable.Fujifilm has also announced that firmware updates will be coming to all Fujifilm X Series cameras by the end of the year to add Windows 10 compatibility. http://www.fujifilm.com/news/n150811.html
  24. My Olympus OM-D E-M10 has finally given me a reason to replace it. It broke! Sure it will,be fixed under warranty but now it is tarnished in my mind and leaves me feeling it might be a little flimsy. So I am ready to push the button on an X-T10. I'm just not sure which lens combo to go with if I do. I am also considering the Olympus OM-D E-M5 II or the E-M1, as I would only need to buy the body only versions of these and they are supposed to be more rugged than the E-M10. i shoot mostly landscape, some street, some macro, some wildlife and some general family stuff. I expect to use my legacy Olympus OM lenses via an adaptor. I have a lovely 28mm F2.8, a 50mm Macro, which will make a great portrait lens on the X System, and a 100-200 zoom. i realise that the X cameras do not have in body image stabilisation, so I would want to start out with a good pair of native X lenses. I was thinking of going with the XC 16-50 II but I have seen no reviews on it yet. As a bundle though, it only adds £100 to the base camera cost of £499 so it seems like a no brainier. I was then thinking of the XF55-200 and maybe the XF27, as I would like a compact prime around this focal length. There is a lens deal on in the UK and buying two XF lenses means you can get £225 cash back. So what are these lenses like, what have others done. Any help or advice would be welcome. Thanks.
  25. jeremyclarke

    Downtown Montreal Skyline at Night (Panorama)

    My favorite photo of this spot I've visited many times. This is the widest I've ever been able to get from the lookout because of my new 16mm prime. Created with LR Photo Merge panorama tool which works amazingly well, but takes a long time to process into your ultra-wide DNG file. It's way more useful than Fuji's built-in panorama tool with it's sweeping requirement and constant error-failures. I had my camera on a flat part of the wall and rotated it between shots, LR aligned the photos well. Used local adjustments on the sky and foreground plants to balance the lighting which was too bright in the sky and too dark on the trees. Also did some WB adjustments to correct the true orange cast of the city and make it more neutral/white to bring out the colored signs and buildings. It was hard to get it down below 1.5mb for upload so the resolution doesn't really do it justice if you zoom in. The resolution of the merged panoramas in LR is huge and they are still in RAW format, so it's also a good way to break out of the 16mp limit of Fuji cameras. Advice appreciated if you have ideas

    © CC-BY-NC (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/) Jeremy Clarke

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