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  1. LCM_Scott

    Mt. Hope Cemetery

    Photo of the abandoned chapel at the Mt. Hope cemetery in Rochester, NY.

    © Life's Captured Moments

  2. 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
  3. Hi Guys, Looking for some help with this. I recently purchased a Fujifilm X-T1 as an upgrade to my XE-1 which I still have. Unfortunately from day one I am barely able to see anything through the viewfinder - it is all just a blur to the point that it is almost unusable. The backstreen shows the images clearly, but I would rather rely on the viewfinder itself. The lenses are working fine with my XE-1 the problem is just with the new camera. Anyone know why this might be and possible solutions to resolve it.
  4. Quick, easy. no glue, no mess. Cut sowing needles to length. Use needle nose pliers to slide them in. I did three, two would do. See picture.
  5. Hi! had my X-T1 for two years and mostly used in the studio. And now it looks like the camera dissolves. The top and front detaches from the rest of the camera. Rubber grip loosens and changes shape. Has anyone here heard or experienced the same problems? Has worked with many brands and this I have never experienced before. I'm new here and hope someone can give me some answers to this problem? camera is sent to Fujifilm and waiting for a response from the.
  6. JonathanPosnerPhoto

    Complete X-T1 Body & Lenses Outfit For Sale

    Sorry, ***SOLD*** (I can't see how to close this Classified!) I have a complete, and virtually unused, Fuji X-T1( Black) system for sale, comprising body and seven lenses. Body has been used four times, as have some of the lenses, three lenses not used at all. All items boxed, all lenses with Hoya Pro Protectors fitted from new, spare batteries. Also mint and unused X-E2 (Chrome) purchased as back-up body. Lenses: 18-55; 10-24; 55-200; 23 (1.4); 35 (1.4); 56R; 90. LONDON, UK. Offers starting please at 45% of current UK new 'Street' prices. Prepared to split but looking to sell as complete lot.
  7. TMortPhotos

    WTB: Fujifilm X-T2, XF 10-24mm Lens

    Let me know what you have to offer and how much. ?
  8. I've previously owned a X-Pro 1 and x100, but ultimately ditched them for film, and eventually Leica. I've really enjoyed using zone focusing and taking autofocus out of the equation. I'm currently saving my pennies for a Leica 21 Super-Elmar, but geeeeeeeezzzz it's expensive. With prices on the used market, I'm being tempted by an x-series camera 14 f2.8 and 23 f2. in my previous experience, zone focusing on an X had two big drawbacks: the INCREDIBLY conservative DoF scale shutter lag in manual mode, it appeared that the aperture would stop down and the camera would meter after the release was pressed and before the shutter would fire. Have these issues been addressed through firmware updates or the new cameras? Anyone out there with both Leicas and X Series that can comment on zone focusing with both?
  9. Just wondered if anyone is using a Meike MK320 on there Fuji X-T1 ? If so is there any issues with it and the latest firmware as I have read elsewhere that the Nissan i40 won't work correctly and has to be sent away for a firmware upgrade ? So would this also apply to the Meike MK320 ? thank you in anticipation ?
  10. Hi, I am a new member here! I have got a x-m1, which I love, and am now thinking of investing in the Fuji range and selling my Dslr. But where to go? Currently I am thinking x-t1 or maybe x-t20? I'm shooting mostly children's portraits but also some weddings. I would greatly appreciate any advice ?
  11. 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.
  12. I've just bought the Instax SP2 printer to use with my X-T1. It prints perfectly well from my iPhone and iPad and should, in theory connect to my X-T1. I have updated the firmware to the latest version, V5.0 and the 'Instax Printer Print' option appears on the playback menu but it is greyed out so I cannot select it. I am shooting in RAW and Normal Quality so there is a JPEG there to print. In the absence of any useful instructions from Fujifilm, I wonder if anyone has already solved this problem? Perhaps I am missing something obvious. All contributions gratefully received.
  13. Fujifilm X-T1 body Lightly used <3500 shutter actuation LCD protective shield always attached Everything is lightly used, but in good condition and works well: Gariz black half case: $100+ retail EF-20 Shoe Mount Flash $100+ retail EF-x8 Shoe Mount Flash 4 Batteries 1 Charger Eye-cup All rear and front lens caps. Includes strap. Original box Photos http://imgur.com/a/9zxlt Asking price for everything: $665 - includes shipping costs CONUS
  14. still learning the settings on the X-T1 but wanted to get an idea of what I could expect...was hoping it would be sunny but nope. I'll try this again soon with my 100-400 as well Dakota air-1 by troy_williams Dakota X-T1 2 by troy_williams
  15. Rossco

    Chinatown shopping

    Shoppers reflected in a window near Chinatown, Adelaide, Australia. Photo: Ross Duncan

    © Copyright Ross Duncan

  16. Raiko


    Taken with X-T1 and Sigma Super Wide II 24mm f2.8 Corfu, Gouvia village harbour. Post process: My first attempt of using darktable.

    © © Raiko Koosaar

  17. Hi, My focus assist light doesn't seem to be coming on in low light situations. Has anyone experienced this problem? Are there certain camera set-ups when it gets deactivated? Many thanks!
  18. Aloha. Every time I change my battery out for a new/fully charged battery, all my custom settings reset. I've been told that the Internal Battery may be drained or dead? If this is the case, is there any way to resolve this sans sending the camera back to Fuji-which sucks, because my warranty is now void. Anyone? Mahalo.
  19. I just moved up to the X-T2 and am parting with my beloved X-T1. The camera is in very good condition (some signs of black finish rub on on/off switch and EV dial). I'll try to reduce the size of the pictures so I can upload them (1MB limit here). Rubber grips are in good shape. Screen protector has some bubbles, but the screen is clean. Comes with body, box, flash, charger, battery, manual, (Fuji strap is missing). I do have the kit 18-55mm lens as well as the larger X-T1 eye cup that can include for an additional price. Email shawn.faherty at gmail. $635 plus shipping. -- hide signature -- -Shawn in VA, USA See feedback here: http://www.ebay.com/usr/elcid86 http://www.zhpmafia.com/forums/member.php?1075-ELCID86
  20. veejaycee


    I'd heard the Sphinxes which guard the upper terrace of the old Crystal Palace had been newly re-terracotta'd but I couldn't believe my luck in finding a representative of The Lion of Judah taking his ease within its paws. He asked if i could add the Rasta colours so I obliged as below with a downloaded wallpaper of same rotated, sized, layered and erased as necessary. I suspect it's either for a profile pic of for his phone.He's a well known and popular guy going by the number of likes they received within minutes of posting on fb.

    © Vic Chapman 2016

  21. LCM_Scott

    KODAK Tower

    KODAK Tower, downtown Rochester, NY.

    © Life's Captured Moments

  22. LCM_Scott

    Bausch & Lomb

    A rainbow over the old Bausch & Lomb building, downtown Rochester, NY.

    © Life's Captured Moments

  23. Hi I have question for people who are using Meike MK320 flash with fujifilm x-t1. Previously I used it with x-pro1 camera and manulal lenses and it was working flawlesly in TTL mode. I've set up 1/60 of second and lowest possible ISO. When I shoot photos the flash unit fired single pre-flash to make the calculations and another to lighten the scene. Now I have X-T1 and Mk320 desn't make pre-flash. It works fine with XF lenses because they transfer f-stop data to flash unit automatically but with manual lenses there is a problem. I can't belive that potentially higher level camera can't do pre-flash. I think I'm doing something wrong but I don't know what. Someone had the same problem?
  24. ishrios

    My Japan Photo Journey..

    Hey Everyone, This summer I spent 15 days in Japan. I took a X-Pro2 , X-T1 with the Xf23mm, Xf 18-55 & XC 50-230. I had purchased the X-Pro 2 for this trip, I used it for the first few days and didn't end up liking it. So I used my X-T1 for the remainder of the trip and Loved it!! Here is my photographic journey through this beautiful country. Enjoy! Japan 2016 - Gallery
  25. Just reading the latest edition of the online magazine for photographers: f11. It has a good article by Ian Poole, a Brisbane (Australia), professional photographer and his story of how he became a professional and then his switch to the Fujifilm X-T1. The pictures don't disappoint. His article starts on page 100 of the magazine. The link is here
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