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New Fuji owner!

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by Andrew Ellingson, Aug 12, 2017.

  1. Andrew Ellingson

    Andrew Ellingson New Member

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    My little setup

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  2. Frank Weiser

    Frank Weiser Premium Member

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    Nice set up. I just moved over to Fuji a few months ago with an X-T1 as well. I was thinking of buying the Touit 32 1.8 but went with Fuji's 35mm 1.4
    How do you like the 32mm?
     
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    The Zeiss 32mm is a wonderful lens. You got a great combo with the X-T1.
     
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    Welcome... please share some of your photography
     
  5. DaveX

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    Welcome to the forum Andrew, look forward to seeing your work.
     
  6. pandoraefretum

    pandoraefretum Premium Member

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    like your Touit. let's see some pics
     
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    I have a Touit 32mm too, that I use on my X-T10 - it's a great lens...
     
  8. pandoraefretum

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    Touit 32 a bit wider than Fujifilm 35 ?
    x1.52 crop factor that's equivalent to 48.64 mm versus 53.2 mm

    I guess that can feel a little wider ?
     
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    Welcome, hope you have fun with it.
     
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    Welcome!
    :)
     
  11. FMW

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    Here's little test shot made with the Zeiss 32 at F8. The subject is a small town city hall along with a 100% crop of the clock on the cupola. I find the lens unimpressive at f1.8 but as sharp as a new razor blade by f2.8.

    marshall.jpg clock.jpg
     
  12. Andrew Ellingson

    Andrew Ellingson New Member

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    F/20.0
    ISO 1000
    30 SEC

    Vancouver, BC

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    pjs37 New Member

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    Beautiful shot! I always love city night shots with the light trails from cars and what not...
     

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