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She's a Maine Coon x Ragdoll on the prowl in our garden
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Hi, I shoot with 1 card RAW and one card JPG. How do I select which card show the displayed image on the back screen? Rich now I can only display and delete from card 1. I want to display and delete from card 2. How do I change?…
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One from yesterday, I was doing some editing when windows 10 decided to do the feature update, took ages to do.
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I shot my Citizens today.
1965 Diamond Flake and 1980 "Bullhead" Chronograph.
They compliment each other perfectly.
Fuji X-T2 + 50-140 + MCEX-16
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I received a 2nd hand X-T1, a new 55-200 and a used 10-24 yesterday. The used lens is in lovely condition. I want the X-T1 as a backup to my X-T2. It was described as in excellent condition and I paid a healthy price for it (£450). I got a very good price for my traded in Nikon camera.
The camera is clean but looks like it's been given a good clean recently. It is pretty scuff free and seems to function well but my concern is that the soft rubber on the right hand side in the front is coming away from the body and its quite worn front and rear too. I'm concerned that this may indicate a very large amount of use.
I'm planning on phoning the dealer, who have been excellent, on Monday. Do you think I'm expecting too much?
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I have the Fuji GFX 50 and want to have a backup camera and lens for my GFX. Can you suggest which Pro I can use that will give me a close second to my GFX 50 ? I don't want to buy another GFX . Thanks Dennis…
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I’ve been using both Nikon and Fuji X series for a while now but recently took the plunge to sell-up my Nikon gear and fully commit to Fuji! It’s sad to see my favourite Nikkor lenses go but being on the fence wasn’t good either.
Looking forward to learning and getting advice from this forum!
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Normally, I'm not too quick to jump on any new bandwagon, but when my favorite browser auto-updated to its latest version - Please login or register to view links - I couldn't help to be impressed. It's about four times as fast as previous versions and any competing browsers I have in use (Edge, Chrome, Internet Explorer etc).
Try it, you'll feel as if you had a new computer!
Please tell me if you like it, or if you have found any new tricks…
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This evening after coming back from a day out I noticed when I was cleaning lenses etc that I had a hot pixel on my lcd. After checking taking pics with lens cap on and in a dark room the pixel was not on the image. I noticed it wasn’t on the lcd either. I reset all settings and it disappeared. After changing all settings back to my custom prefs I noticed it came back when using high performance mode.
I’m on the latest firmware 1.02 so cant go higher. Anyone else experienced this?
I did send an X-T1 in for pixel mapping but they were clearly visible when looking at the shots on a screen after processing the card…
I was a member here a few years ago, but moved away from Fuji X cameras into Sigma Quattros. I loved those cameras, but the software drove me crazy. So, I've returned to Fuji, and have an X-T20, currently with the 16-50 XC lens, while I save up for a couple of higher-quality lenses.
So, why can't I use a film simulation when in Auto mode?
Also, when out of auto, and using the front wheel to change aperture, the screen shows blue figures of f3.5 through to f22, but then changes to a red f3.5. That red 3.5 works, but why have it there at all?
And when setting the shutter speed dial to 1, then using the back wheel for subdivisions, it goes from 1.6, 1.3, then 1", 1.3", and finally 1.5". Why not 0.5?…
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I noticed that Adobe Illustrator software does not work very well with my .AI format file. I have one document in which i have inserted various changes. Now i am getting the error message.
Error message: Access denied
Is there another way to open Illustrator file?…
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Edit: Doh! When will I learn to search the forums BEFORE posting?? Found it in the button menu…
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Neighbour's cat "Baby" on the prowl, about 40' away, squirrels are nut-fixated right now.
X-M1 with new fave, the first version of the 50-230 tele. ISO 2,000/wide open at F6.7/speed 1/240/zoomed to 230mm. Two images, SOOC and then at 100% with minor PP.
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I've had an x-e2 for a while but just recently found this site. Made the move from Canon and don't regret it!
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Below Amicalola Falls near Dahlonega, GA
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Guthrie was the territorial capital at one time. Then Oklahoma City, in the dead of night, I'm thinking around 1910, sneaked in and stole the state seal.
Oklahoma City became the new capital..
Guthrie is about 45 minutes north of Oklahoma City, or around 30 miles. I spent time there going around and around trying to find the old capitol building and never got the job done. I believe the "now" Masonic temple used to be the capitol.
Anyway, as I toured a few blocks in my hunt, once I gave up and started to leave, I spotted this old, gorgeous house. Around the block and parked. One view is the side, the other the front. The light was challenging because it was the 12 noon to 1 p.m. time, I wasted a lot of time asking questions of people on the street who said, "I don't know, I'm not from here!"
I did the best I could.
X-T2, 10-24
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I shrunk the family :)
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The new Jaguar 4x4 being put through it`s paces today on Brighton beach, it was great to watch and try to get some shots.
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I was in and around Washington Square Park smoked a bone and couldn't help feeling I was being watched. What do you think, are they all out to get me?
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I currently am using a 2011 iMac (4GB Ram) to do my photo post processing work. I use Affinity Photo and Tonality. Now that I am using a Nikon D850, I have noticed the processing times are very slow, especially if I have to open or export a file.
If I upgrade to a SSD drive, will this improve the speed at which these programs work, including when I do layers, etc.?
Thanks in advance…
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Traveling in the western U.S. last month and spent a few wonderful days at Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. This turned out to be one of my favorite photos from the trip. Stitched together 8 shots in Lightroom Classic CC.
Sunrise over Monument Valley.jpg
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Fuji X-T1 & XF 35 mm
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Just a simple candid street style snap taken at Canterbury Kent UK. While I was wandering around I saw this guy taking a nap and thought it was worth a shot. Later I noticed the sign so hence the title Essential Nap.
X-T1, 55-200mm Lens, 1/340th @ F5.6, ISO-200, Handheld.
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Having got hooked via the X100T and liking the lack of mass to lug around (and so boosting my tally of photos massively) I've plumped for an X-T1 with the 50 to 230 lens to use when using leg power to compensate for distance isn't an option.
I've been going around in circles regarding choice between the X-T1 and the similarly priced X-T20 but given I'm out in mucky weather at times (and knowing end-of-line prices drop for a while), I opted for a known rather than a relative newcomer as I'm not fussed about the latest, just about if it will do the job.
We'll see if the Pentax gear can be sold on and save a weight on my shoulders. However, I've read that mirrorless cameras may not be as good as DSLR's for fast-moving shots..... Technique?…
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shooting w/ old adapted lenses always makes me want to go for the b&w film look.
the image files seem to take to silver effex very well
let me know what you think
this was taken w/ x-t1 and pentax auto takumar 55mF2
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Water feature outside Sheffield (UK) railway station in the late afternoon sun
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Fujifilm Malaysia is currently having the largest photo exhibition in my country:
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X100S, cropped big time to avoid distorsion, grain added in post-process.
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Looking at my file numbers, I consistently take about ~10,000 shots every year. I started using X100S in December 2013 and then switched to X-E1 in November 2014.
File numbers go up with every RAW conversion also, but those probably number well under 1000 per year.
If X-E1 shutter is rated at only 100,000 shutter actuations by DSLR standard -- which might mean only 50,000 shutter actuations for mirrorless (because one single-shot picture entails two shutter cycles for mirrorless?) -- maybe I should expect to see my X-E1 shutter to go kaput in as few as 2 years?…
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I'm pleased to be back in this forum after a hiatus.
I've been out of "serious" (non-iPhone 7+ [gasp]) photography for a year or so. My main camera is a D750 but before I sold my Fuji gear I really loved the form and function of the X-t1.
If I want the FF flexibility of my D750 for action, BIF, etc... my next question is whether or not I go to the X-T2, or if the X100F is enough for my daily candids, family, street imaging.
The smaller form and function of the X series is what I crave for daily shooting, and I'd really like to wean myself from my dang iPhone for the easy candids (which I'll admit, does have a role as a legitimate back up back up/occasional primary image maker).
Originally, I figured the X-T2 was a no-brainer. But when considering the considerable re-investment in lenses, I wonder if the X100F is a better fit. With that many MP, I can crop down as needed and still come out with really good images.
Is the single SD slot a big drawback? It wasn't with the X-T1, but....
Any and all opinions are welcome. Thank you and I'm happy to be back…
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The Fujifilm GF 45mm f/2.8 R WR Lens
(in stock : and Adorama)
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I was lucky enough to go there on a day the palace gardens were open to the public.
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Just noticed this deal while checking prices for my friend.
Fujifilm X-A10 + 16-50mm lens for $350 at Adorama
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Best Buy
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... in flyover country
X-T2 and XF55-200mm
Thanks for looking,
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On an illustrators' forum I use, this thread appeared:
"Earlier this week I attended a class at the local Apple store and the subject of Photoshop came up - and the subscription plan one is required to buy into. The class presenter said that it is possible to purchase a single license for the current version of Photoshop. This won't provide access to the frequent updates, but it will be the current version as of the date of purchase. He said this isn't advertised and that you have to be insistent when calling Adobe and asking for it, but says it IS possible to obtain. Has anyone else heard this and tried to get it?"
I don't want to start another "dump Adobe" furor, but I wonder if anyone has heard ofor used this option.