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Feb 25, 2018 09:59 |  #6691

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #18571846 (external link)
I sincerely doubt that they will and hope that they don't. I think they've made it clear that the X-H1 is an intentionally larger alternative to the X-T line, it wouldn't make much sense to me for them to also make the X-T line larger.

If they hold true to no IBIS in the X-T line, it’ll probably retain the same similar body style as the current line with a threaded shutter on top of the body.


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Feb 25, 2018 16:34 |  #6692

TMaG82 wrote in post #18571861 (external link)
If they hold true to no IBIS in the X-T line, it’ll probably retain the same similar body style as the current line with a threaded shutter on top of the body.


I hope they keep the form factor of the XT2 :)


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Feb 26, 2018 21:20 |  #6694

From another thread, but figured I'd share for anyone interested.

A big reason I went to Fuji, was how easy it became to be able to manually focus with focus peaking with that big beautiful fast lag-free EVF of the X-T1 using fast glass in low light. And to be able to do it with a smaller camera, smaller lens, less weight, and nearly silent while doing it.

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Feb 27, 2018 18:12 |  #6695

Started to snow in Dublin eariler so I was hiding in a coffee shop (along with half the street), their new coffee machine making a great mirror for Picassoesque selfies.

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Feb 28, 2018 04:32 |  #6696

Our (still just about) kitten, Nimbus, out in his first #snow. Having far to much fun & he is refusing to come back in so we are going to join him. Kids are over the moon to be off from school today.

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Feb 28, 2018 04:39 |  #6697

Tracking the cat running towards me with the X-T1 and the awesome XF16-55/2.8 - AF doing a fine job of keeping up.

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Feb 28, 2018 12:29 |  #6698

Very nice, can you share your technique? Were you panning or did you let the cat run in an out of the frame?


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Feb 28, 2018 13:12 as a reply to  @ Osa713's post |  #6699

Tracking the cat on 'C' - moving the camera with the AF in wide mode with the PDAF point selected while keeping the cat in the zone. It was through the glass doors too, you can see the pillar in the last shot. The XF16-55's AF speed is great, all the shots are in focus.
The X-PRO2 is back to Fuji for it's two year tune-up & I declined the offer of a loaner (GFX was mentioned) as I have no jobs for the next couple of weeks :(


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Feb 28, 2018 14:07 |  #6700

Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18574575 (external link)
Tracking the cat on 'C' - moving the camera with the AF in wide mode with the PDAF point selected while keeping the cat in the zone. It was through the glass doors too, you can see the pillar in the last shot. The XF16-55's AF speed is great, all the shots are in focus.
The X-PRO2 is back to Fuji for it's two year tune-up & I declined the offer of a loaner (GFX was mentioned) as I have no jobs for the next couple of weeks :(

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Feb 28, 2018 14:44 as a reply to  @ EverydayGetaway's post |  #6701

6500 shots so far this year on the X-PRO2, I got it in Jan 2016, so in to get a clean of the sensor and a check up also asked them to make sure the hot shoe is tight as it feels a little loose to me.


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Feb 28, 2018 19:33 |  #6702

Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18574575 (external link)
Tracking the cat on 'C' - moving the camera with the AF in wide mode with the PDAF point selected while keeping the cat in the zone. It was through the glass doors too, you can see the pillar in the last shot. The XF16-55's AF speed is great, all the shots are in focus.
The X-PRO2 is back to Fuji for it's two year tune-up & I declined the offer of a loaner (GFX was mentioned) as I have no jobs for the next couple of weeks :(

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I'll admit zone and AF-C does work quite well. Especially that the contrast it massive from a white snow background to a dark coloured cat.

I tested out the 16-55 and I was very impressed with the IQ and incredibly fast AF. If my current Fuji lenses performed that way I would be much more happier with the Fuji system. Man the blazing fast AF is what it should be!!!

I really dig the 16-55 due to the versatile range. I'd probably be shooting it at 16mm and foot zooming most of the time but the long end of the zoom is just great for documentation.

I'm just waiting for my new 50-140mm to get in stock at my local shop. I'll pick it up and if I really get disappointed with the bokeh I'll dump it..... I just want it for versatility. I still need to pickup a 16-55 f/2.8 for the sake of the fast AF.


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Feb 28, 2018 20:17 |  #6703

Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18574575 (external link)
Tracking the cat on 'C' - moving the camera with the AF in wide mode with the PDAF point selected while keeping the cat in the zone. It was through the glass doors too, you can see the pillar in the last shot. The XF16-55's AF speed is great, all the shots are in focus.
The X-PRO2 is back to Fuji for it's two year tune-up & I declined the offer of a loaner (GFX was mentioned) as I have no jobs for the next couple of weeks :(

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Thanks for sharing! I love my 16-55 its glued on my X-T2.


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Mar 01, 2018 15:36 |  #6704

Well this year will see me dropping Lightroom in favour of Capture One for Fuji files. Just the crispness and colour control is really nice. Lightroom has caught up loads but it is still really far too slow with Fuji files, despite their promises and after working with Adobe (who did good support in offering me a big discount to keep on board - worth the call BTW) the year I said I stay is now passed and the promised speed is just not there. So as of next month the transition starts, going to spend some time re building my presets for C1 using last years Lr catalogue, that you can now import to C1 :)

OK rant over...

Both these are a quick pass through C1 (one is a batch edit). Look at the softness of the background and the crispness & the 'pop' from the focused point.

C1 11 has it going on it seems.


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Mar 01, 2018 16:52 |  #6705

I have been thinking about switching too. Lately I have been using PS for a lot of my edits anyway and LR has turned into my file management system.

C1 would solve my tethering issues, minor editing and that color wheel to tone my images looks impressive.


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