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Sep 14, 2017 13:18 |  #5401

This isnt really a fuji specific question.. but 2nd part is.

1 , does diffraction occur at bigger aperture for apsc than for ff?
2.if answer to 1 is yes... Is that the reason my pair of f2 wr lenses only go to f16?
Though I think i recall most of my canon and sony apsc lenses going higher
.(although i could be wrong )

I found it a bit annoying for video.. had to use high shutter speeds, hopefully doesmt look too bad.
I have ND's but 82mm (or whateve canons 24-70mkii size is) and for got to get step downs (more than one is needed)


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Sep 14, 2017 14:01 |  #5402

benji25 wrote in post #18452204 (external link)
I thought so too but I am selling my Canon gear for about $1,500 less than I paid for it. I used it for 3 years so in the end it was like renting a whole kit for $500 per year.


rantercsr wrote in post #18452233 (external link)
Ive bought and sold into and out of so many cameras and lenses.. its all part of it for me.. the search for my "go to" camera.
The "loss" is a rental fee in my mind.. each camera ive sold has given me good pictures/video.. well worth the rental fee in my opinion

This is always how I've viewed my camera equipment. It's also why I buy most of my stuff used, then when I turn around to sell it I usually take little or no hit. I only lost about $300 from my Sony kit when I sold everything and went fully to Fuji, and overall I made money since my Fuji stuff was cheaper :)


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Sep 14, 2017 17:00 |  #5403

Finding friends who are photographers who don't mind lending or borrowing is great - you hardly ever get stuck. Rules are if you break it you replace it. I'd rather know my gear is being used then have it sitting on a shelf but only if I know the person.

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Sep 14, 2017 17:20 |  #5404

rantercsr wrote in post #18452250 (external link)
This isnt really a fuji specific question.. but 2nd part is.

1 , does diffraction occur at bigger aperture for apsc than for ff?
2.if answer to 1 is yes... Is that the reason my pair of f2 wr lenses only go to f16?
Though I think i recall most of my canon and sony apsc lenses going higher
.(although i could be wrong )

I found it a bit annoying for video.. had to use high shutter speeds, hopefully doesmt look too bad.
I have ND's but 82mm (or whateve canons 24-70mkii size is) and for got to get step downs (more than one is needed)


1. No, strictly speaking diffraction is the spreading out of waves as they pass through an aperture or around objects. It occurs significantly when the size of the aperture or obstacle is of similar linear dimensions to the wavelength of the incident wave. Then you have to get into the size of the photo sites and down the rabbit hole we go from there.

2. I think it's a Fuji thing. Canon have EF-s lenses that go down to 30something as far as I remember.


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Sep 14, 2017 22:32 |  #5405

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Sep 15, 2017 13:31 |  #5406

Doing some research here but not finding a clear answer..

While on vacation here i noticed going back and forth from still to video can be a bit slow.
So i decided to make a "class" with 60ss f5.6 and auto iso or whatever .. amd maybe that would help , i know it helped with other cameras.(canon,sony,pa​nasonic)

However i dont see those as options in the c1-7 settings .. lots of other options but not shutter speed or aperture .

Is this not doable with fuji ?


Canon 5DIV*T4i/10-18/24 f2.8/ 35 f1.4Lii /50 f1.4/ 85 f1.8
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Sep 15, 2017 14:04 as a reply to rantercsr's post |  #5407

The wonderful manual dials that we all love might prevent that.


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Sep 15, 2017 14:20 as a reply to Two Hot Shoes's post |  #5408

Right.. thats what i started to think


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Sep 15, 2017 14:30 |  #5409

rantercsr wrote in post #18453050 (external link)
Doing some research here but not finding a clear answer..

While on vacation here i noticed going back and forth from still to video can be a bit slow.
So i decided to make a "class" with 60ss f5.6 and auto iso or whatever .. amd maybe that would help , i know it helped with other cameras.(canon,sony,pa​nasonic)

However i dont see those as options in the c1-7 settings .. lots of other options but not shutter speed or aperture .

Is this not doable with fuji ?

I honestly don't see having a "C" setting being any quicker than just turning the necessary dials on the body. Personally I'll take 3 physical dial adjustments over 1 menu item :lol:

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Sep 15, 2017 18:47 |  #5410

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Sep 15, 2017 21:51 as a reply to post 18449056 |  #5411

+1 for the Fujix-forum. Mostly Brits (and Kim F), sets the tone for being very polite and helpful.


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Sep 15, 2017 23:08 |  #5412

rantercsr wrote in post #18453050 (external link)
Doing some research here but not finding a clear answer..

While on vacation here i noticed going back and forth from still to video can be a bit slow.
So i decided to make a "class" with 60ss f5.6 and auto iso or whatever .. amd maybe that would help , i know it helped with other cameras.(canon,sony,pa​nasonic)

However i dont see those as options in the c1-7 settings .. lots of other options but not shutter speed or aperture .

Is this not doable with fuji ?

I agree with Lucas, not having to dive into the menu seems faster to me but then again I haven't shot with a Sony before.




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Sep 15, 2017 23:11 |  #5413

Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18453071 (external link)
The wonderful manual dials that we all love might prevent that.

These dials are awesome, I did a product shoot today and it was so easy to look at the aperture, iso, and SS dial then continue to compose my shot with live view.




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Sep 16, 2017 11:23 |  #5414

When you have to go shoot something and it starts to rain you know is back to normal in Ireland.

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Sep 16, 2017 12:58 |  #5415

Osa713 wrote in post #18453316 (external link)
I agree with Lucas, not having to dive into the menu seems faster to me but then again I haven't shot with a Sony before.


well,, with my other cameras (canon , sony and Panasonic..

once you set your C1 , C2 .. they are on a dial , so just turn the dial , and hit record .. on sony , on canon turn the dial and flick the switch to video mode and record button is in the middle of the very same switch..

I do really like the dials on Fuji..

but i'm not really criticizing that ,, its really the not so quick transition between stills and video..
unlike with sony ,, with Fuji I have to be in video mode .. so I have to use the switch and turn from "S" to video mode ..
with canon and Panasonic this is the case as well although getting to video seems a bit easier ,, that is in my opinion of course.
i'm talking seconds if not a single second of difference in time..
not like a painfully long time , but certainly something I need to get used to in order to be quicker about it because I do like to do a lot of video with my cameras , especially on vacations or special occasions


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