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  1. robthebruce

    Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain

    Taken by leaning out of my hotel window, with the camera held at arms length. (I had wrapped the camera strap around my wrist just in case I dropped it.) To see the image I used the flip screen.
  2. This XT2 FW updates from both the 4.0 and 4.1 - and previous of course. XT2 http://www.fujifilm.com/support/digital_cameras/software/firmware/x/xt2/index.html X-H1 http://www.fujifilm.com/support/digital_cameras/software/firmware/x/xh1/index.html
  3. Hey all. I'm new to the Fuji system. I recently bought the XT2 and a couple of lenses (16-55 and 90mm) for travelling, and felt it was a bit of a waste to only use on holidays, so I've been shooting on it at weddings these past few weeks and loving it. BUT.... I'm struggling to figure out whether the out of focus images I'm getting on my 16-55mm with far away subjects in particular, are due to the camera, the limitations of the lens or focal length choice, the focussing modes used, or if it's just me not nailing focus? So I'd love some insight from more experience Fuji users. I have one photo which is very far away from this set and shot on 16mm and it's pin sharp. Then the rest of this set was shot around 30-ish mm and all are very soft. Even the closer up ones, but definitely not as bad. This makes me think it's the focal length, but I'd love to hear opinions. Photos attached are of the zoomed in version. You can see to left how much it's been zoomed in by. At full frame they all look fine on screen, but zoomed in, definitely not harp. Keen to hear what people think the issue is. Thank you!
  4. robthebruce

    Tree still alive

    I was staying on the far eastern outskirts of Melbourne recently and noticed these gum trees in the paddocks on several walks I made over a weekend. I think it is a common Red Gum, but am happy to be corrected. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eucalyptus_camaldulensis
  5. https://photographylife.com/fujifilm-x-h1-vs-x-t2
  6. robthebruce

    Moon beams

    I had hoped to see the moon turn red with the lunar eclipse, but the clouds were in the way. However, this sufficed.
  7. This may apply to other bodies too. The following is a response on another forum where suggestions to fix a freezing XT2 were made to - try different batteries, reset the camera, remove battery grip and swap SD cards. On several forums I've read of problems with Lexar cards and this seems to increase the likelihood of them being the cause of problems and since Lexar are moving out of the memory card business maybe it's a good time to mention this. Not all Lexar will cause problems but enough to be worthwhile warning about. IMO and although several others makes are used successfully, Sandisk Extreme Pro 95MBs Class 10 or UHS II (for video) are the best cards for Fuji and known to have a fast enough write speed. Some high capacity cards are known to be slower than (say) 64gb cards. Apparently the camera does a high speed read of the card prior to writing so - more space there is to read, the longer it takes. Worth thinking about anyway. "ok so while i was picking up equipment this weekend I bought a pair of 64g extreme pro cards from sandisk. Turns out you were right, most of my problems with the x-t2 are gone, which completely baffles me. I don't understand how a memory card can affect a camera so much, in speed responsiveness and glitches. I hate to say it, but for a year it seems I haven't been using the x-t2 to it's full potential because of these ?%$?%$?%$ lexar cards. Even the iphone app is faster ! I'll still test a bit more but so far... things are fixed." alleluia
  8. Hello. Im using my XT-2 to video interviews that often exceed the 15 minute record limit. Is anyone aware if i can bypass this limit by using an Atomos digital capture device? thanks
  9. Dear friends, I´m just starting in studio flash photography and I don't get to do this right: Everything went very well with Single focusing, which is of course very slow when you need to shoot someone moving in front of you. But when I wanted to shoot -say- 2-3 shots, I just fell I couldn't. I know how great the XT2 is, so I admit my ignorance. Is there anybody out there that can share a special setup for these situations? I really appreciate your help. Thanks and cheers from Chile! Ralph
  10. I see on the National Geographic website that they rated three Fujifilm cameras in their top twelve pics for travel cameras. (They say it is the top 10 but 12 cameras are rated.) The T2 was rated first, the x100F fifth and the Xt20 eleventh. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/lists/travel-gear/top-10-compact-cameras-travel/ Rob
  11. Last night I was changing a lens and I moved the camera in such a way that I was holding it like you normally would and I slightly angled it back, with the face of the body towards the ceiling - when I did this the body exhibited a strange internal sound like something was moving around. Obviously with a brand new XT2 camera I started to panic and I tested this all night by removing a bunch of variables - battery, SD cards, moving the screen in and out, putting slight pressure on the screen to keep it still, etc. No matter what I did I got this weird internal knocking/clunking sound up around the eye piece/EVF/diopter area. I contacted Fuji Film Canada and the retailer where I purchased the camera. After a morning of talking and testing from both parties I was given the following information: Fuji Canada: *"That clunking noise is normal; that's how the camera was designed. Me and my supervisor moved a demo X-T2 we have here just like you did and we heard that clunking. We couldn't open up the body to find out exactly where it is coming from."* CameraCanada: *"Just got off the phone with Fuji tech rep. That's exactly what he said. It's how they designed it. I also checked the in store model and I understand exactly what you were talking about. It's a design. They don't know what it is. My rep didn't even notice it until I told him. He then checked and called me back after talking to his team"* So there you have it. I posted this on Reddit and other people reported their cameras not making any sounds at all. :/
  12. Cures the possibility of the freezing-up of XT2 cameras in CH mode. http://www.fujifilm.com/support/digital_cameras/software/firmware/x/xt2/index.html
  13. Maybe for XP2 and XT20 too. https://www.dailycameranews.com/2017/09/next-fujifilm-x-t2-firmware-might-fix-ch-cl-lock-ups/
  14. LazarouINC

    Samyang 10mm advice

    Hello I need some advice please. I am looking to get the samyang 10mm f2.8 for my Fujifilm XT2 but here is my dilemma. I also have a Canon 5D Mark 3 and I'm thinking if I get the Canon version of the lens and not the X mount I can then get an adapter and use it on both. So will using the Canon version on the Fuji give me any less image quality than getting the dedicated Fuji version or can I kill 2 birds with 1 stone with no problems. Thanks
  15. LazarouINC

    Lug Covers

    Check these leather lug covers out for Fujifilm cameras Camera Lug Covers (Fujifilm
  16. Improvement of focus function in MF mode
  17. Hello, this is my first post on this forum. I recently got the X-T2 after shooting (Raw only) with the XT-1 for a while, a camera for which i was very happy with the result i was getting. As i am now in a testing phase of the X-T2 i shot strictly JPEGs over the weekend, using the Kodachrome, Velvia and Acros settings. now, by looking at the results, a lot of them are really not that sharp, and quite a few look like they are "patchy" or noisy - and this is with enough speed, low iso and almost exclusively F2..does anyone have the same experience? or does the JPEG filter process take "over" the image that much that it makes it look almost "animated" in the details images were all shot handheld looking forward to your thoughts and comments
  18. I'm considering migrating from a crop-frame DSLR (Nikon D90) to the well-loved mirrorless world of Fuji X. The impetus is my upcoming honeymoon, where we'll be taking our dream vacation to New Zealand and French Polynesia. I can hardly wait to get my eyes on those beautiful landscapes! I was looking at full-frame cameras from Nikon and Canon, but after spending an hour with a work colleague who's maniacal in his love for the X100 series, I've changed course. The challenges I face with my current DSLR (bulky for travel/hiking, multiple lenses but never change them, too much effort to let photos happen organically or take the camera out regularly), seem to be addressed with these smaller, but just as powerful, cameras. As I read more, my excitement increased - people are obsessed with the Fuji color, sensor, and engineering. I do have a few questions before I make the switch. For landscape photography, am I sacrificing up anything major by not going full-frame? Have you been satisfied with your shots in this area? X-T2 vs. X100F - is there one that you would recommend based on my anticipated usage? About me: mid-30's outdoor lover, photo enthusiast, loves photography for travel and capturing lifelong memories of friends/family/moments. As I mentioned, I'm pretty much sold on the smaller profile since I know I'll use the camera more often (vs. pulling out my phone), just wondering about image quality for this once-in-a-lifetime trip! Thanks in advance.
  19. I have been taking pictures under direct sunlight and wanted to underexpose my shots. The SS and ISO are on auto and the aperture is at 1.8 and the Exposure was set at -3. When I look through the view finder it looks well underexposed but when I take the picture it is over exposed(image attached). Imaged attached were shot at ISO 200 SS 1/8000 but it still came out so bright. It seems to override my exposure settings. Has any one had these problems before? Is there something I didn't set up in the setting?
  20. Hey, Guys just wanted to post this and let you know that I just got my Meike X-T2 grip for my X-T2. I was looking for a third party handgrip because the OEM Fuji grips are ridiculously priced. And the current third party grips that are available look cheap and cheesy. I saw this Meike was new on Amazon so I gave it a go @ $45 it looks just like the OEM XT-2 model. The build quality is solid and it feels great, the grip also works as a tripod plate! The Grip part is made of plastic, not rubber, I like this because it looks like it can hold up very well long term. Anyways for the price, this is a must for any XT-2 User. Enjoy. Meike X-T2 Grip www.Ishriosphoto.com XT-2,XT-1,X100T
  21. If you or any of your friends are Fuji XT2 users please share this information as I have solved the big problem you are having with continuous AF and metering in this mode. So your shooting in continuous AF with continuous burst mode and your XT2 is only getting the 1st few shots exposed correctly and the rest are under or over exposed. This is what's happening: You press down the shutter to start tracking AF and the camera starts to track the subject. But as soon as you full press the shutter button to take the 1st shot the camera enters exposure lock. This means that the moment the 1st picture is taken the exposure is locked and will be throughout entire the subject tacking. So every shot taken will be at the same shutter speed and lens F stop. So all is well if the lighting doesn't change during that burst mode. But if the subject moves into lighting that is different from that of the 1st frame your subject will be over or under exposed. Fuji hasn't managed to provide any answers to XT2 user because I believe they haven't noticed the problem yet with the new 1.10 firmware update. The answer to this problem isn't easily noticed within the menus system of the XT2 as it's in a place that doesn't make any sense. So here you go please follow these instructions. Go to 1-Menu 2- Settings 3-Button/Dial setting Then go down to shutter AE and turn it off it's on by default. This will now enable metering while the camera is in continuous AF mode. I can't understand why it's here in this menu and it's not even explained in any way by Fuji or what this does to continuous AF tracking mode. But within here lies another bug that Fuji needs to fix in a firmware update ASAP. When AE lock is switched to off the camera will no longer display the shutter speed in the viewfinder or rear screen. The shutter speed will only show in Manual mode or in Shutter priority mode for some reason. You need to know the shutter speed for obvious reasons but you can't see them ahhh Fuji. You can see the shutter speed if you press the AE lock button on the back of the camera but this will lock the exposure so don't forget to press it again to unlock it again. The AE button still functions as it should now but without locking exposure in tracking mode. Hope this help you XT2 users out there who haven't worked this one out yet and that includes Fujifilm. So share this with everyone who you think needs this and Fuji fix this ASAP with a new firmware.
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