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Jul 05, 2019 12:53 |  #10366

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Question: Why is it that when I set my shutter speed to 1000 or 2000 it mostly shoots BELOW those speeds?

I've been shooting rodeo the past three days in Red Lodge, Montana and notice that when I selected 1000 it would sometimes drop to 1/640 and when I set it at 2000 it would drop to 1/1600. I was shooting Auto ISO.

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There could be a couple of things happening here;

The simplest explanation (one that often messes me up) is that your finger is skipping on the front dial which will allow you to do steps from whatever ISO you have selected on the main dial.

The other explanation could depend on what your ISO limit is. Fuji will lower the SS (which I don't like) if it hits your auto ISO limit and deems the exposure to be too dark.


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Jul 05, 2019 13:54 as a reply to  @ EverydayGetaway's post |  #10367

Thanks. I'll be aware of the dial in the future and also check out what my ISO limit.


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Jul 05, 2019 16:58 |  #10368

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Jul 05, 2019 18:24 |  #10369

X-T1 + 7artisans 35mm f1.2. Light painted with my friend's phone flashlight over a 30s exposure. Second pic was first attempt where I messed up, still kinda liked the result :lol:

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Jul 05, 2019 23:31 |  #10370

Our local amusement park is having a Grand Carnivale celebration week. Didn’t have a clue, but caught the parade when we visited today.

Transferred from XH-1 to iPhone via Fuji app.

Love those Fuji colors. :love:


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Jul 05, 2019 23:50 |  #10371


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Jul 06, 2019 01:12 |  #10372

Frame grab from a music video shoot I did today with my son..

i've been trying to learn the ins and outs .. pros and cons of Fuji for video..

I have 3 systems(panasonic , sony and Fuji--- pana for video , Fuji for still and sony is hybrid duty ) and i'm getting tired of it..

i'd really like to narrow it down to 1 or 2 at most

Fuji did well on it debut.. AF is doing well ..

all three systems are great , each come with a compromise..



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Jul 06, 2019 09:57 |  #10373

PLLphotography wrote in post #18888829 (external link)
Our local amusement park is having a Grand Carnivale celebration week. Didn’t have a clue, but caught the parade when we visited today.

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Looks like culture appropriation going on here.:-P


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Jul 06, 2019 12:20 |  #10374

rantercsr wrote in post #18888850 (external link)
Frame grab from a music video shoot I did today with my son..

i've been trying to learn the ins and outs .. pros and cons of Fuji for video..

I have 3 systems(panasonic , sony and Fuji--- pana for video , Fuji for still and sony is hybrid duty ) and i'm getting tired of it..

i'd really like to narrow it down to 1 or 2 at most

Fuji did well on it debut.. AF is doing well ..

all three systems are great , each come with a compromise..


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Well ....Sony has just registered 3 bodies recently. People are naturally speculating the A73s as one of them.

Sigma has announced a full frame 35 f/1.2, 45 f/2.8 and 14-24 f/2.8 so for the enthusiastic video guy this maybe a nice to have. I'm actually very interested in buying the sigma 14-24mm f/2.8 "IF" it's a good performer. Man...speaking of 3 systems, Canon better bring out an EOS R mk2 soon or I'll never transition from my mirrored Canon system to mirrorless. Getting deep into Sony now. So many 3rd party companies are putting some serious glass out for the Sony system. This is a shame that it's not happening to the Fuji clan. There would be great value for loyal fuji shooters to have that filmic digital file with even more versatility in more glass from non fuji lens makers.

The Sony system has no soul remember :P so you cannot sell your Fuji for stills. Your panasonic has been a strong system in vids but if you're going to really hammer down on reducing a system you'd better consider a universal potent system both for "ideal lighting" and challenging.

Looking at your enthusiasm I'm surprised your not deeper into sony for your portraits. When the A7r4 hits the market I think I'll walk down to my local camera shop and buy one simply for high res and no need for buying different Sony glass for high res rumoured 60MP full frame sensor!!!!

Products out these days are simply pushing out amazing features. I'm sure curious what Fuji has up their sleeves for the xt4. IBIS with another Sony aps-c sensor and probably more geared to video and this leads to the question....why XH2?

I would think you can go Sony and Fuji as a dual system both for vids and stills.


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Jul 06, 2019 13:23 |  #10375

most likely the gh5 will be the one to go.

Poor Af, being the main reason.

if I did doc type vids or , corporate , interviews etc where Focus is set it then i'd stick with gh5 , it really is a much better video camera than Fuji xt3 or sony a73 or a7s2 (in my opinion of course) , for that sort of work..

as far as low light , with the speedbooster I get equivalent to apsc capabilities up to about iso 3200.. then yeah the apsc pulls ahead as far as noise and color shifts..

but as far as portraits go..
im finding the Fuji xt3 and and xh1 to be just as capable as the sony a73 I have.

Honestly i'm shocked at how much improved the xh1 is from when I last owned one... the face detect accuracy and consistency has certainly improved by a lot and i'll say is as good as the xt3 in good to decent lighting., where as the xt3 will still pick up in poor light..

the xt3 eye aF is still a step or 2 behind sony's in my opinion .. but I think i'm talking little baby steps .. Fuji's eye AF is right there nipping at sony's heels, this is for the the type of use I need

so honestly , I have both cameras sitting on the shelf.. I just prefer to used the Fuji , expecially with their newer now usable eye af. for portraits.

As far as lenses go.. there's a couple of lenses id like to see ,, but for the most part Fuji has what I need.

1.8 zooms for a true 2.8 FF experience? .. well I don't know , the sigma via fringer adapter works really well.. even in video AF does a very good job, I was seriously impressed last night, and that was in poor lighting with 2 huge finger prints ton the front that I didn't see till after the shoot...

its a heavy combo though,, i'm fine with that for paid work or special projects where I want a certain look, so i'll use it for the conveneice of fast and zoom..

but Fuji has the 2.8 zooms , and a lot of 1.4 primes that would have given me the same look and be lighter.. so its a combo I will probably step away from.

in any case .. back to video.. yes the a7s3 should be a great camera.

I have hopes for the xh2. though I dont know that Fuji will do what I hope for.

I think they should focus on making the xh2 more video friendly.. as much as I love the dials on the xt3 and x100f and would hate to see them go in the future .. I think they are not ideal for video. .. more customizeable buttons is what i'd like to see.. and improved IBIS of course..and keep the size and ergos as it is.


I hope sony is following in Panasonics foots steps for the a7s3 and steps away from the a73/r3 type body..let all that stuff in their have some space to breathe and we should see some amazing FF 10 bit 422 at 4k 60 with no over heating issues

I think Panasonic was wise in doing so for there latest announced ff camera.


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Jul 06, 2019 19:17 |  #10376

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Jul 06, 2019 20:37 |  #10377

rantercsr wrote in post #18889048 (external link)
most likely the gh5 will be the one to go.

Poor Af, being the main reason.

if I did doc type vids or , corporate , interviews etc where Focus is set it then i'd stick with gh5 , it really is a much better video camera than Fuji xt3 or sony a73 or a7s2 (in my opinion of course) , for that sort of work..

as far as low light , with the speedbooster I get equivalent to apsc capabilities up to about iso 3200.. then yeah the apsc pulls ahead as far as noise and color shifts..

but as far as portraits go..
im finding the Fuji xt3 and and xh1 to be just as capable as the sony a73 I have.

Honestly i'm shocked at how much improved the xh1 is from when I last owned one... the face detect accuracy and consistency has certainly improved by a lot and i'll say is as good as the xt3 in good to decent lighting., where as the xt3 will still pick up in poor light..

the xt3 eye aF is still a step or 2 behind sony's in my opinion .. but I think i'm talking little baby steps .. Fuji's eye AF is right there nipping at sony's heels, this is for the the type of use I need

so honestly , I have both cameras sitting on the shelf.. I just prefer to used the Fuji , expecially with their newer now usable eye af. for portraits.

As far as lenses go.. there's a couple of lenses id like to see ,, but for the most part Fuji has what I need.

1.8 zooms for a true 2.8 FF experience? .. well I don't know , the sigma via fringer adapter works really well.. even in video AF does a very good job, I was seriously impressed last night, and that was in poor lighting with 2 huge finger prints ton the front that I didn't see till after the shoot...

its a heavy combo though,, i'm fine with that for paid work or special projects where I want a certain look, so i'll use it for the conveneice of fast and zoom..

but Fuji has the 2.8 zooms , and a lot of 1.4 primes that would have given me the same look and be lighter.. so its a combo I will probably step away from.

in any case .. back to video.. yes the a7s3 should be a great camera.

I have hopes for the xh2. though I dont know that Fuji will do what I hope for.

I think they should focus on making the xh2 more video friendly.. as much as I love the dials on the xt3 and x100f and would hate to see them go in the future .. I think they are not ideal for video. .. more customizeable buttons is what i'd like to see.. and improved IBIS of course..and keep the size and ergos as it is.


I hope sony is following in Panasonics foots steps for the a7s3 and steps away from the a73/r3 type body..let all that stuff in their have some space to breathe and we should see some amazing FF 10 bit 422 at 4k 60 with no over heating issues

I think Panasonic was wise in doing so for there latest announced ff camera.

Tough call on hardware.

The video world is getting so incredibly competitive. Just talking to a local manager regarding the Panasonic FF. He was saying it's getting some footing and many are excited about the FF video camera but very little interest for stills photographers.

The beauty of Fuji aps-c is you can simply own the 35 f/1.4, 56 f/1.2 and 90mm f/2 and have a great portrait camera/lens combo. Mind you I know your well aware you can also use the A73 with 55 f/1.8 or Sony 50 f1.4, the amazing inexpensive Sony 85 f/1.8 to Gmaster 85 f/1.4 and Sigma 135mm or Sony Gmaster. So many things to use these days.

I'm not interested in video, so thankfully I have less to think about when it comes to my gear bag. If you're playing in the Sony and Fuji world I think your in a great position.


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Jul 07, 2019 08:32 |  #10378

SOOC shot, taken in Lisbon this week. She was preparing the very traditional 'pastel de bacalhau', salted codfish cakes. The sun was invading the shop through the door and reflecting on the floor, enough the light her face. Sadly, she was behind glass, so some unwelcoming reflection on the right.


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Jul 07, 2019 09:54 |  #10379

When I switch my X-T30 to manual mode the exposure comp. tanks at -5 and can't be adjusted and the screen is completely black. I don't remember it doing this anytime before when shooting in manual.

I tested it on my wife's Olympus E-M10 II and it works fine...

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Jul 07, 2019 10:06 |  #10380

By-tor wrote in post #18889506 (external link)
When I switch my X-T30 to manual mode the exposure comp. tanks at -5 and can't be adjusted and the screen is completely black. I don't remember it doing this anytime before when shooting in manual.

I tested it on my wife's Olympus E-M10 II and it works fine...

Any ideas?

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If you're fully on manual settings than the exposure comp is having no effect on your exposure, it's only telling you what your EV is with your current settings.


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