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Apr 20, 2017 22:44 |  #136

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Apr 20, 2017 23:02 |  #137

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Apr 22, 2017 12:59 |  #138

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Apr 30, 2017 17:35 |  #140

One of my shots from the Old Dominion show I shot last week with the X-T2 + XF50-140.

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May 01, 2017 04:34 |  #141

I have this camera just for a week now, but I love her. Both images are long time exposures.


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May 01, 2017 12:44 |  #142

I sure wish I would have looked closer at this body/system before committing to the a6500....just sayin'.


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May 01, 2017 12:58 |  #143

idsurfer wrote in post #18343613 (external link)
I sure wish I would have looked closer at this body/system before committing to the a6500....just sayin'.

If your deep into sony you just gotta appreciate what it has to offer you.

I'm not terribly invested in Fuji but I'll have to say it's produces beautiful files effortlessly with fuji colours and rendition. I know my Canon is definitely not "easy on the eyes" without post processing. Fuji has this unique approach that is very organic especially coming from a digital format. You'd have to put effort into making the fuji system to produce gritty looking files in post processing.

Sony is definitely not organic looking with film like qualities. Fuji on the other hand is a very pleasing system that can produce "eye candy" with a fantastic line of lenses to choose from.

I know I cannot sell my Canon gear.....I also could not part with my Fuji either....


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May 01, 2017 19:04 |  #146

idsurfer wrote in post #18343613 (external link)
I sure wish I would have looked closer at this body/system before committing to the a6500....just sayin'.


Sony are hitting the ball out of the park at the moment, but, their lens and cameras are very expensive, and the lens are BIG. My brother in law works for Sony and can get great staff discounts but, I still chose Fuji. I carry a small bag with a few small, reasonably priced high quality lens, the X Pro1, XT-1 and 56/35/18 and it weighs next to nothing.

I have the XT-1 in Graphite Silver and waited it a bit for the XT-2 in GS, but it was a bit too slow coming, and I ended up pouncing on the XT-1 about 6 weeks too early. I'll probably get the XT-3 on release, hopefully in GS from the start.


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May 01, 2017 19:37 |  #147

AlanU wrote in post #18343624 (external link)
If your deep into sony you just gotta appreciate what it has to offer you.

I'm not terribly invested in Fuji but I'll have to say it's produces beautiful files effortlessly with fuji colours and rendition. I know my Canon is definitely not "easy on the eyes" without post processing. Fuji has this unique approach that is very organic especially coming from a digital format. You'd have to put effort into making the fuji system to produce gritty looking files in post processing.

Sony is definitely not organic looking with film like qualities. Fuji on the other hand is a very pleasing system that can produce "eye candy" with a fantastic line of lenses to choose from.

I know I cannot sell my Canon gear.....I also could not part with my Fuji either....

I know what you mean about the organic looking files from fuji. It's not there in every image, but when it is, it's very nice looking. I like it. Of more concern these days is that I think I would have a more pleasurable shooting/user experience with the Xt-2 over the a6500. A max SS of 1/8000 (or higher), max flash sync speed, better control dials, joystick, and articulating LCD for low angle portraits all come to mind.

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Sony are hitting the ball out of the park at the moment, but, their lens and cameras are very expensive, and the lens are BIG. My brother in law works for Sony and can get great staff discounts but, I still chose Fuji. I carry a small bag with a few small, reasonably priced high quality lens, the X Pro1, XT-1 and 56/35/18 and it weighs next to nothing.

I have the XT-1 in Graphite Silver and waited it a bit for the XT-2 in GS, but it was a bit too slow coming, and I ended up pouncing on the XT-1 about 6 weeks too early. I'll probably get the XT-3 on release, hopefully in GS from the start.

The a6500 is a very sophisticated and capable image maker. The AF system is insane! I have it paired with 3 small primes (see sig). Very compact, lightweight, go anywhere kit. This is why I went the Sony APS-c route. Lugging a FF body and big lenses just got too cumbersome and I found myself leaving it all behind when out on adventures. I LOVE my Sony set up. Have been using it pretty good for 6 months and like the images I'm getting. To that end, The honeymoon phase is over and I'm now being bothered by the quirks (primary ergonomics) and long for a few features that the Xt-2 has. I'll likely stick it out for a year or so and continue to lurk in the fuji forums!  :p


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May 02, 2017 05:54 |  #148

ISO 8000. SOOC, no editing. Shot in JPEG

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May 02, 2017 07:47 |  #149

^^Very clean for ISO 8000^^ I need to unsubscribe from this thread as this could headed down a very slippery slope.

May be a silly question but...Do fuji RAW files work well with Adobe Lightroom?


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May 02, 2017 08:00 |  #150

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May be a silly question but...Do fuji RAW files work well with Adobe Lightroom?

Yup no issues at all, ACR is compatible with them!


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