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Mar 01, 2018 17:40 as a reply to  @ post 18575405 |  #6706

The colour wheels are great, same kind you have with a lot of video editors and way more accurate (and easier to use) then the HSL in LR. Also there are layers in C1, handy.

I'd check out the tethering options for Fuji first though as there is no plugin but X-Acquire should work. (10% discount on C1: AMBFR -Fujirumors)

I still like to edit in Lr, I guess I'm just so use to it the workflow is fast. It just takes to long between images and still exporting is a joke, I might have 1500 shots or so from a wedding to export so I hate having my computer choked up and the feeling of having to spend 5K+ on a new machine just to get some speed leaves me dry.

C1 have a file management system called Media Pro you can use it to search any catalogue or drive or even SD card. Not like lightroom and it's loaded catalogue only approach.


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Mar 01, 2018 17:52 |  #6707

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #18575415 (external link)
Ah, fair enough. I use the VSGO lens cleaning solution, it's pretty straight forward. I've only felt the need to wash my sensors about once per camera so far though.

I recently made the switch myself and haven't looked back. The speed upgrade alone sealed the deal for me. Much, much faster with my Surface Pro especially (except for exporting, which uses up a lot of RAM apparently which brings my 4GB Surface to its knees).

I've never cleaned the sensor, but in the last architecture job I noticed roundish blob in the images that needed removing/cleaning up. I'll have a read up on VSGO as it's something I really should be doing myself.

C1 really is so much faster, once you spend the little time needed in learning it. Lr can feel a little like using a bread knife to Brunoise your veg after using it for a few days.

How did you find the transition?

Also in other news, X-H1 mini hands-on looking at the usual including AF speed in Low light with the 56/1.2. Just for you Alan :) (@ 3 mins in)


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Mar 01, 2018 19:01 |  #6708

so Capture One would be a lightroom replacement... how about photoshop? I use photoshop for composites, especially with images of my kids. I'm currently on the creative cloud suscription model for $9.99/month. I wouldn't mind ditching LR, but then I'd be giving up photoshop too.


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Mar 01, 2018 19:33 |  #6709

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #18575415 (external link)
Out of curiosity, why do you need so much lens overlap with your secondary system?

I love using the Fuji 16mm and 56mm combo. I love the 10-24mm alot but I'm totally waiting for the 8-16mm f/2.8 to see how it performs.

70-200mm is one of those ball park ranges that I "must" have.

Hopefully I'll get my 50-140mm early next week. The 16-55 is on my shortlist too. After testing the 16-55 recently I'm really pleased in the AF and IQ that lens produces.

As a Canon and fuji shooter I feel I want both systems to be versatile in every way.


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Mar 01, 2018 20:30 |  #6710

xh1.. at 55mm ...low shutter speed and still sharp!!:-)


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Mar 01, 2018 20:41 |  #6711

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xh1.. at 55mm ...low shutter speed and still sharp!!:-)

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Mar 01, 2018 21:08 |  #6712

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xh1.. at 55mm ...low shutter speed and still sharp!!:-)

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low shutter speed while retaining sharpness is why I'd like to have IBIS.

I think I'm gonna go X-T3 then later X-H2 (in a year or so). I certainly hope the X-t3 will have equivalent AF speed as the X-H1.

Man....G.A.S. is like a hungry kid being thrown in a Candy shop :)

Congrats on your new camera body. I think sometimes fresh toys/tools gives that little extra juice of enthusiasm in photography.


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Mar 01, 2018 21:31 |  #6713

first thoughts on the xh1...
1. The Grip..
i don't need the grip, with the xt2 i feel like i need the grip...not with the xh1. well not in terms of how it feels in the hand , i know there are other benefits which will be useful..

2.The shutter sound .. :love::love::love::love::love:
so soft and delicate sounding

3. The IBIS.. just doing some test shots at home .. but I'm getting reasonably sharp images at 1/10 @5mm !! So Far its great


some minor complaints the the command dial placements being a a little off .. but other wise very impressed


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Mar 01, 2018 21:33 |  #6714

Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18575481 (external link)
I've never cleaned the sensor, but in the last architecture job I noticed roundish blob in the images that needed removing/cleaning up. I'll have a read up on VSGO as it's something I really should be doing myself.

C1 really is so much faster, once you spend the little time needed in learning it. Lr can feel a little like using a bread knife to Brunoise your veg after using it for a few days.

How did you find the transition?

Also in other news, X-H1 mini hands-on looking at the usual including AF speed in Low light with the 56/1.2. Just for you Alan :) (@ 3 mins in)

I found the transition surprisingly easy. Once I re-arranged the layout of the editor (which was shockingly easy to do) and watched a few videos online I hit the ground running with it, which is why the decision to switch was easy. I pretty much knew I'd be switching a week into my trial.

I will say though, the one thing I miss from LR is the exporting options. I found it really convenient to export directly to my flickr/facebook/etc. On CO I have to export to the drive and then upload to each place separately... not a huge deal, but more steps I'd rather not have.

Also, as I hinted at before; the exporting takes forever on my Surface Pro... found out why recently when I was exporting on my desktop... with no other applications running and only exporting JPEGs to the HDD it was using between 6-9GB of RAM. Up until now I've sort of regretted buying those extra 8GB of RAM for my desktop since most things I do never use much more than 6GB tops, but now I'm glad I bought it before the price hike :lol:

It's actually got me pondering selling my Surface Pro 4 for a new one with 8GB... idk though, it does everything else I ask of it perfectly, just slow as hell to export with.

AlanU wrote in post #18575557 (external link)
I love using the Fuji 16mm and 56mm combo. I love the 10-24mm alot but I'm totally waiting for the 8-16mm f/2.8 to see how it performs.

70-200mm is one of those ball park ranges that I "must" have.

Hopefully I'll get my 50-140mm early next week. The 16-55 is on my shortlist too. After testing the 16-55 recently I'm really pleased in the AF and IQ that lens produces.

As a Canon and fuji shooter I feel I want both systems to be versatile in every way.

That's what I mean though... why do they both need to be versatile? Isn't the whole point of you shooting 2 systems for versatility? Isn't that sort of defeating the purpose if you treat each as its own separate system?

AlanU wrote in post #18575594 (external link)
low shutter speed while retaining sharpness is why I'd like to have IBIS.

I think I'm gonna go X-T3 then later X-H2 (in a year or so). I certainly hope the X-t3 will have equivalent AF speed as the X-H1.

Man....G.A.S. is like a hungry kid being thrown in a Candy shop :)

Congrats on your new camera body. I think sometimes fresh toys/tools gives that little extra juice of enthusiasm in photography.

I mean, you do you. I've been down that road of chasing the best possible body for X/Y/Z reason, for me the conclusion I finally came to is that's only a distraction to getting better photos.


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Mar 01, 2018 21:38 |  #6715

Instead of using my Canon gear with Macro
100L IS stabilized prime I'm quite impressed with the MFD minimum focus distance of the Fuji 16mm f/1.4 prime. I used the cheap Godox flash and took some snaps!!

I like the cheap Godox flash over my 4x more expensive Fuji EF-X500!!!

Instead of buying a new Fuji 16-55 f/2.8 zoom I resorted to another product :)

Campfire's Flagship "Andromeda" IEM's (In Ear Monitors). If you've ever auditioned a decent 25,000+++ dollar Hifi 2 channel stereo system you should dip into some cheap $1500 dollar alternatives ;) These hand made earphones sound incredible for a portable setup.

Can you believe 1 earplug has 5 drivers (Low × 2, Mid × 1, High × 2) !!!

ya......I kinda wished I also had 9 rounded aperture blades 16-55 zoom for my fuji too :P


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Mar 01, 2018 21:50 |  #6716

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #18575605 (external link)
That's what I mean though... why do they both need to be versatile? Isn't the whole point of you shooting 2 systems for versatility? Isn't that sort of defeating the purpose if you treat each as its own separate system?

I mean, you do you. I've been down that road of chasing the best possible body for X/Y/Z reason, for me the conclusion I finally came to is that's only a distraction to getting better photos.

I find that if I'm not wanting shallow dof I can probably rock a fuji 16-55 (I love 24mm equiv). When I use a zoom lens I actually use my feet (foot zoom) equally as much. The beauty is you can pretty much get infinite perspective. So actually I get substantially better possibilities in composition compared to being stuck with a fast prime.

I was considering on selling my Canon 80D and get the X-H1. Been struggling with the thought for a long time. I want the IBIS but deal breaker is the 24MP sensor for a fresh innovative body/system. However I just can't push myself to sell my X-t2 to replace with X-H1.

The zinger is there's day I want two fuji bodies during a fun family event. Some days I rock a 5d4 or 5d3 and my x-t2 with 56mm.

The more glass I buy between the two it actually makes the 2 systems even more versatile.

I've come to the conclusion that I will not buy the fuji/Canon lens adapter. Just doesn't give with my demands on AF speed.


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Mar 01, 2018 22:24 |  #6717

AlanU wrote in post #18575594 (external link)
low shutter speed while retaining sharpness is why I'd like to have IBIS.

I think I'm gonna go X-T3 then later X-H2 (in a year or so). I certainly hope the X-t3 will have equivalent AF speed as the X-H1.

Man....G.A.S. is like a hungry kid being thrown in a Candy shop :)

Congrats on your new camera body. I think sometimes fresh toys/tools gives that little extra juice of enthusiasm in photography.


New gear can be a motivator ,.. gets you all excited and going out to shoot when you otherwise might not be.

BUT.. yeah it definetly can be a distraction at times..

I will admit that reading up on new gear , trying some out , experimenting etc to me is part of the hobby... for me.

i wish i were gifted , that i had more of an eye for compostition , for new ideas for photographs, concepts etc.
That i was one of those people with such a mind that i didn't have time for new gear . or care for any of the technical specs ..

perhaps my GAS is my way of compensating for my lack of artistic skill :p


i have sold my 80d and all of my more costly canon lenses .. still have the 85 1.8 for sale .. and will probably put the 50 1.4 up soon

i have the xt2 and grip up for sale..
i was hesitant to do this but i wanted to try the xh1 , and i have a sony a7r3.. so how many cameras do i need?? (the answer is two .. not 1 :lol: )
now that I've had the xh1 in hand I'm sure i'm doing the right thing in selling to xt2 to help pay the xh1.
The ibis alone has impressed me so much.
i bleleive it to be better than that of the a7r3.. but then again the a7r3 is a high mp camera and FF , and from what i understand about ibis , it works better with smaller sensors

juggling two systems can be difficult .. but for me they will serve two different purposes..ffirst because i cant afford to duplicate every lens for both Fuji and sony..
and second its just working out that way .. each camera has a different feel (atleast to me ) and i know where i want to go with each one..


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Mar 01, 2018 22:47 |  #6718

rantercsr wrote in post #18575633 (external link)
New gear can be a motivator ,.. gets you all excited and going out to shoot when you otherwise might not be.

BUT.. yeah it definetly can be a distraction at times..

I will admit that reading up on new gear , trying some out , experimenting etc to me is part of the hobby... for me.

i wish i were gifted , that i had more of an eye for compostition , for new ideas for photographs, concepts etc.
That i was one of those people with such a mind that i didn't have time for new gear . or care for any of the technical specs ..

perhaps my GAS is my way of compensating for my lack of artistic skill :p

i have sold my 80d and all of my more costly canon lenses .. still have the 85 1.8 for sale .. and will probably put the 50 1.4 up soon

i have the xt2 and grip up for sale..
i was hesitant to do this but i wanted to try the xh1 , and i have a sony a7r3.. so how many cameras do i need?? (the answer is two .. not 1 :lol: )
now that I've had the xh1 in hand I'm sure i'm doing the right thing in selling to xt2 to help pay the xh1.
The ibis alone has impressed me so much.
i bleleive it to be better than that of the a7r3.. but then again the a7r3 is a high mp camera and FF , and from what i understand about ibis , it works better with smaller sensors

juggling two systems can be difficult .. but for me they will serve two different purposes..ffirst because i cant afford to duplicate every lens for both Fuji and sony..
and second its just working out that way .. each camera has a different feel (atleast to me ) and i know where i want to go with each one..

I'll have to say you're very sensible and down to Earth!! You just make up your mind in your gear and buy it and sell some of it. I really love the 80D but my mindset is that it's like throwing a 1.6 crop factor on all of my full frame glass. At the same time i really want another Fuji body.

IBIS is like a god send. The amazing thing about IBIS is that you can have fast glass on the body and utilize stabilization. When I owned the 16-35 f/4is I absolutely loved the image quality but it's not really for a events shooter. It would be awesome if both worlds had fast f/2.8 zooms with IBIS (I loved the Tamron 15-30f/2.8 VC) The 16-35 f/4IS made me yearn for fast glass.

In due time when the 8-16mm f/2.8 hits the streets I will yearn for the IBIS feature.

Enjoy your new camera!!!


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Mar 02, 2018 01:49 |  #6719

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I find that if I'm not wanting shallow dof I can probably rock a fuji 16-55 (I love 24mm equiv). When I use a zoom lens I actually use my feet (foot zoom) equally as much. The beauty is you can pretty much get infinite perspective. So actually I get substantially better possibilities in composition compared to being stuck with a fast prime.

I was considering on selling my Canon 80D and get the X-H1. Been struggling with the thought for a long time. I want the IBIS but deal breaker is the 24MP sensor for a fresh innovative body/system. However I just can't push myself to sell my X-t2 to replace with X-H1.

The zinger is there's day I want two fuji bodies during a fun family event. Some days I rock a 5d4 or 5d3 and my x-t2 with 56mm.

The more glass I buy between the two it actually makes the 2 systems even more versatile.

I've come to the conclusion that I will not buy the fuji/Canon lens adapter. Just doesn't give with my demands on AF speed.

I think you're missing my point. But again, whatever works for you ;)


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Mar 02, 2018 07:02 |  #6720

When you are out shooting in the snow storm and you need to put a camera down. Fuji’s wether sealing working well on the X-T1 & XF16-55/2.8 as there are about 80 points of WR sealing on the camera I'm not that worried.

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