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Dan Bailey's "X Series Unlimited" eBook Now Available!

Discussion in 'Fujifilm X News & Rumors' started by robert, Jul 18, 2017.

  1. Minigill

    Minigill Well-Known Member

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    Cheers Dan ! I need all the help with some of the new features so will order it now :)
     
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    Hi Dan, I am sure it is a great book to read ... How much of it is relevant to "X-Pro1 / X-E1" only users?
     
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    @johant While many of the features described in the book pertain to the newer models, there are still features and settings found on those original cameras that still apply. In addition, I cover non-feature specific methods and shooting tips. I tried to write it so there's something for everyone.
     
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    Great ebook for sure! I found some good tips in the work.
    One little remark tough.
    The explanation of the depth of field scale is not really accurate.
    The setting film format basis doesn't refer to the 'more blurred inkjet dots'. It's about the 'circle of confusion'. How much a point of light can be out of focus, and create a circle on the sensor instead of a point, before it is perceived as unsharp on a final print. This depends on print format and view distance.

    Kind regards

    Ivo
     

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