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Dec 14, 2019 08:14 |  #11206

Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18974854 (external link)
12800 on the 100MP is epically good, but I think we'd probably agree that 50 is where it's at there ;-)a .

For the sample image I gave I think 1/60 at f/2.8 light for an ISO of 10k is not that good or bright, I've shot in darker alright and I think for sure it makes a difference. Back when I started out, shooting film and having to push 2 stops to get 3200 at events sucked but it's what you had to do to get a shot. How totally spoiled we are today.

No doubt about it. We're super spoiled. I have no reason to claim otherwise. :D


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Dec 14, 2019 08:52 |  #11207

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Discussing high ISO performance, here's my take. I was expecting my X100F to be worse than it is at 6400, or at least the way the noise looks is more pleasant than I ever could have imagined. The only Fuji digital camera I've ever used is my X100F, so if the lens makes a difference I've no idea. It's my 4th digital camera in 12 years -> Rebel XTi -> 5D 'classic' -> 6D -> X100F. The X100F is better than the old 5D, and much, MUCH better than my old Rebel. It can't hang with my 6D and stabilized 35mm f2. I used to lug my clunky tripod around everywhere, but the 6D has spoiled me shooting at night.

With that being said I do appreciate the way the grain looks on the X100f, and I think its limitations only reiterate the point of that particular camera. It has a lot of limitations which I believe is the best part of the camera. It's the camera I travel with and I don't bother taking a tripod. You have to figure out how to work with what you've got.

Haven't used mine a whole lot at night, but I certainly will do more.

I think 6400 can work, but 3200 is perfectly acceptable in most cases to me.
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Dec 14, 2019 08:56 |  #11208

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I'm curious to see how you like your new 645, though I understand you might now know for a while. Haha.

I did a few senior pictures for a family friend recently and I brought along my GA645i and a roll of Tmax 400. I wasn't expecting much, however, there were a couple shots that I liked. My lighting certainly could have been better.
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I like 'em. Kinda moody.


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Dec 14, 2019 11:11 as a reply to  @ GlimmerMan's post |  #11209

Thanks.


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Dec 14, 2019 15:19 |  #11210

How do you guys and gals go shooting in the rain? I got the XT3 and that fancy WR lens, so I figure I can get out in the elements. But the light is crap. Curious what you look for and how you do it. Thanks!


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Dec 14, 2019 18:27 |  #11211

I photographed this a while back with the X100F with 23mm. This was with the X-Pro2 and 16mm 2.8.


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Dec 14, 2019 19:25 |  #11212

By-tor wrote in post #18975133 (external link)
I photographed this a while back with the X100F with 23mm. This was with the X-Pro2 and 16mm 2.8.


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Real nice image. I wish the barber on the left had is face in the shot.


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Dec 14, 2019 20:58 |  #11213

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Real nice image. I wish the barber on the left had is face in the shot.

I wish it was also and didn't notice that until I got it in lightroom.. I don't chimp so I guess theirs something to be said about that here... If I would have I could have recomposed and taken another shot.

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Dec 14, 2019 21:34 |  #11214

On the way up Skyline Drive with the EF-S 10-22mm

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Dec 14, 2019 22:39 |  #11215

GlimmerMan wrote in post #18974927 (external link)
I like 'em. Kinda moody.

Same, the first is my fav.


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Dec 14, 2019 23:33 |  #11216

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Self portrait of Pam and I. This is were we're going to say our vows :) Hopefully not as cold as it was this day though, not bringing a real coat/jacket was a mistake :-P
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Dec 15, 2019 05:08 |  #11217

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #18975207 (external link)
On the way up Skyline Drive with the EF-S 10-22mm
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Do you have a recommended adapter for the 10-22? Thanks.


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Dec 15, 2019 07:47 |  #11218

Osa713 wrote in post #18975233 (external link)
Same, the first is my fav.

Thanks!

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How do you guys and gals go shooting in the rain? I got the XT3 and that fancy WR lens, so I figure I can get out in the elements. But the light is crap. Curious what you look for and how you do it. Thanks!

I think all of my gear has been out in a little bit of rain, though some fair better than others. My X100F got slightly damp once and the on/off button was sticky after that for a long time, so I try to keep it as dry as possible now. Usually if it's raining, however, I grab my 6D and a lens (35 f2 IS most likely) and keep it in a Domke bag until I want to shoot something. Since I quit using backpacks to carry my gear I can pull the camera out, take a shot or two, and put it back in the bag in a few seconds.

But go out at night or early morning when the streets are shiny and reflective. One day I'll have a truly weatherproof camera and it will be awesome. I go for walks everyday, rain or shine so it would be very convenient. I've even considered picking up a Nikonos 5 to carry in the rain.


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Dec 15, 2019 19:20 |  #11219

F2Bthere wrote in post #18975248 (external link)
Congratulations!

Thank you!

GlimmerMan wrote in post #18975312 (external link)
Do you have a recommended adapter for the 10-22? Thanks.

If AF is at all important, I would go with the peace of mind of the Fringer V2. That said, the Viltrox EF-FX1 that I've been using works OK (great for my needs).

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Dec 16, 2019 07:08 |  #11220

Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park? Now you're in my neck of the woods. Always love visiting the park! Great shots!


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