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Jan 13, 2020 19:30 |  #11371

I made the switched over from Olympus last year and have to say that the IBIS in my Pen-F and E-M5 mkII was very good and still have a E-M10 mkII that is my wife's and it's also great in low light conditions. I have never handled a X-H1 and I don't know how good its IBIS really is, but I'm sure it does a great job...

Has anyone used both Olympus and X-H1 to compare the IBIS?


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Jan 13, 2020 20:54 |  #11372

The rumored 1/3 of an inch thicker X-t4 kinda' sucks because I think the X-h2 might indeed me dead. Even though I do not have one I like the idea of a larger form factor... and really like the digital readout on the X-h1. It would be a shame to not continue that line as a more video type body. Going to be interested as to what really appears... I'm not so sure still that the X-t4 rumor is totally incorrect and the new body is indeed an X-h2.


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Jan 14, 2020 00:23 |  #11373

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=Two Hot Shoes;18989804Just found out today that I need to fix the roof of my house. I was priming up to buy my own GFX100 but I guess that 15k will be better spent keeping a roof over the kids heads. Sigh.

That's bad news, a new roof is one of those things you see no real benefit from, unlike if you bought a new kitchen etc. I moved just over a year ago, a 20 year old house that turned into a money pit. New windows, doors, garage door, boiler, fuse board and partial re-wire, new kitchen, revamped downstairs cloakroom nearly £30k so far and still going just to make it habitable :-( I'm lucky I have done lots of the work to minimise the costs, but I wouldn't take on a new roof, leave that to the experts.

My X-T3 disappeared over the horizon for now, I'm very surprised the T4 has been mentioned already but that may have done me a favour if I can justify some funds later in the summer.


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Jan 15, 2020 10:38 |  #11374

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Jan 16, 2020 09:34 |  #11375

I'm just going to leave this here...

https://youtu.be/ca1rr​i6VKQM (external link)

"Camera Punk - 2019: The people at Fujifilm open doors to the secret processes behind the creation of the X-Pro3 mirrorless camera, as told through the eyes of its ambassador, X-Photographer Mindy Tan."

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Jan 16, 2020 09:57 |  #11376

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I'm just going to leave this here...

I just finished it... excellent work and an explanation as to why a bunch of us are rabid about this camera system. Well done.


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Jan 16, 2020 10:27 |  #11377

By-tor wrote in post #18991586 (external link)
I made the switched over from Olympus last year and have to say that the IBIS in my Pen-F and E-M5 mkII was very good and still have a E-M10 mkII that is my wife's and it's also great in low light conditions. I have never handled a X-H1 and I don't know how good its IBIS really is, but I'm sure it does a great job...

Has anyone used both Olympus and X-H1 to compare the IBIS?

Yeah I've used both. IBIS efficacy is correlated to the size of the sensor, the smaller the sensor, the more effective the IBIS. However, despite Olympus having better IBIS, the X-H1 IBIS far exceeds the Sony full frame IBIS. I couldn't find fault with the X-H1 IBIS and it didn't leave me wanting for more.




  
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Jan 16, 2020 11:53 |  #11378

I have that queued up to watch tonight, my mate Palle shot it and really looking forward to seeing all the hard work he put into it. Sneaking back into the studio later for some peace and quiet, it does look good from the few snips I've seen.


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Jan 16, 2020 13:33 |  #11379

Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18993000 (external link)
I have that queued up to watch tonight, my mate Palle shot it and really looking forward to seeing all the hard work he put into it. Sneaking back into the studio later for some peace and quiet, it does look good from the few snips I've seen.

Next time you run into Palle, please let him know I really appreciate his style and his approach to the content he creates.

Thanks!

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Jan 16, 2020 16:54 |  #11380

kirkt wrote in post #18992942 (external link)
I'm just going to leave this here...

https://youtu.be/ca1rr​i6VKQM (external link)

"Camera Punk - 2019: The people at Fujifilm open doors to the secret processes behind the creation of the X-Pro3 mirrorless camera, as told through the eyes of its ambassador, X-Photographer Mindy Tan."

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thanks .. just what I needed.:rolleyes:
and I was already sure the xpro 3 wasn't for me.;-)a

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Jan 16, 2020 17:05 |  #11381

Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18991573 (external link)
Have you tried getting to grips with a stedicam sled (or good knockoff). Once you get to grips with one of those IBIS is a lot less important, very handy for some things still but if you have planned movement where you need a camera to move with the scene they are a tremendously good option. The camera really floats better than a motorised gimbal IMO. They do take a bit to be proficient with but worth the work.

I’m looking forward to the X-T4 myself, think it’ll be much more or a step forward in many ways. It’s just the small size limits the IO so small connectors and no internal ND and time limits and no proper audio plus no raw support and still UX issues when recording means the rig gets just as big so, as I’ve always said, if you want a video camera buy a real video camera. Mind you having said that I’m loving shooting video on the X-T3 for the quality of its 4K and when space is limited. Nothing really to complain about, more of a wish list I guess


Still going to run the crap out of my X-T3 though


I have a stedicam (knock off) .. I bought it back in the 5d3 days , before all the current stablizers were affordable.. it was smooth .. but I certainly did not become proficient with it, I think a lot had to do with the weight of the setup I had then(5d3 / 24-70 2.8 L)

I've considered a c200.. but i'd probably get an Panasonic sh1 .. I know there's still a huge difference but being a hy brid shooter the sh1 is a camera that really has me curious.. I guess due to its massive body they were able to get the ibis to work very well..

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more rumors for the xt4.. bigger/ new battery..and a fully articulating screen.. sounding better and better



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Jan 17, 2020 17:14 |  #11382

I just realised that I haven’t used my camera yet this year. WTF? How did that happen. Last used them to shoot some video on Dec 22nd. I’ve been editing that video and editing a couple of images for a client but still. Better go find something to shoot in case I forget how to use the thing Let’s see… Point the big round window at what you want to photograph and push buttons till it’s in the rectangle window. That’s how that works, isn’t it?

Think a day in the city is called for and better get off my ass and drum up clients with €€€ (or $$$) to spend.


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Jan 17, 2020 18:41 |  #11383

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Jan 17, 2020 19:18 |  #11384

I would like to see Fujifilm produce an X-Pro body with a true monochrome only sensor and sell it at a much better price than what Leica and Phase One offer..


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Jan 17, 2020 19:57 |  #11385

By-tor wrote in post #18993738 (external link)
I would like to see Fujifilm produce an X-Pro body with a true monochrome only sensor and sell it at a much better price than what Leica and Phase One offer..

It’s a no-brainer. Or, in an X100 style body.

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