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Old 10-21-2013   #41
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Old 11-18-2013   #42
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Alright ... NOW I can post in this thread. I should have ordered this two months ago. Nonetheless, my 14 arrived on Friday and I took it to the woods on Saturday. The sky was gray, the lighting was awful and most all the leaves were gone, but this lens is awesome!


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Untitled by Marcelo Colmenero, on Flickr


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I'm very excited to receive my copy of this lens, I'm anticipating it to arrive tomorrow
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Old 02-18-2014   #45
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Tested this lens at the beach over the weekend. I'm pleased with the results.
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from yesterday, on an X-E1:


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Very nice images in here! Marcelo I love that Beach shot!

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really great work, Romi. Outstanding. I like the "..act natural" image.

edit: Ha! I just noticed your "act natural" comment is in your sig. Love it.
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One of my most favorite lenses when I was working for a newspaper was a Tokina 12-24mm DX zoom on my Nikon D2H bodies. These pics make me want to get something that wide again in a prime! Thanks for giving me a touch of GAS!!!!
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Another pic to tempt you Rich, I shot this a few months ago and love the colours;


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Old 01-15-2015   #63
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Just posted a few shots of the Volcanoes National Park at night with my X-T1 and 23mm. The 14mm was better suited for capturing a wider perspective or a HUGE natural feature.

Steam venting from Halemaumau Crater at night. Fuji X-T1, 14mm f/2.8. ISO 3200, f/2.8, 30 sec.


Fog rolling in right after moonrise. This was kind of scary as we were 30 feet from a sheer cliff/300 ft drop, and the fog was rendering our headlamps useless. My last shot of the night. Fuji X-T1, 14mm f/2.8. ISO 1000, f/4, 30 sec.
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Colors are great from this set ^^^^.

Second shot looks like another planet.
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Colors are great from this set ^^^^.

Second shot looks like another planet.
Thanks fellas! The X system's colors and less blotching in the shadow detail at insanely high ISO definitely made these shots possible; going from a glowing red steam column to a dark, starry night sky took a crazy amount of dynamic range. Between taking the first shot wide open to the DR, these were a torture test of the camera + lens. I was very impressed with what I walked away with.
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Thanks fellas! The X system's colors and less blotching in the shadow detail at insanely high ISO definitely made these shots possible; going from a glowing red steam column to a dark, starry night sky took a crazy amount of dynamic range. Between taking the first shot wide open to the DR, these were a torture test of the camera + lens. I was very impressed with what I walked away with.
Honozooloo; your great control of this wonderful camera, as use of this outstanding lens is totally remarkable. Your effort for the finished product is "tops"
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Opposite of your fruit stand, west coast and color but still the Fuji 14 - this was somewhere in California between Kings Canyon National Park and Yosemite National Park.

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Very nice
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Very nice

I had posted mine in color but after processing B&W preferred it in B&W. The 14 is a fun lens to use. It is a new one for me. I have used 21mm FL before on 35 and full frame but never very much.
Thanks for sharing this one. I've been through northern California but I have yet to get to Yosemite.
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If you enjoy nature, Yosemite is unbelievable. I went last Summer, my wife had been before as a child and was talking it up quite a bit before our trip. She was afraid it wouldn't live up to the hype...well it for sure exceeded my expectations. I'd go back again in a heartbeat.
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Romi:, While searching around for some Fuji 14mm inspiration I came across your contributions. Good stuff!
Your pic of the Aria in Las Vegas in particular: well seen, well organized---Well done!
With any lens, particularly an UWA, the trick is figuring out where to stand...judging by your 14mm work, it looks like you have done so.

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btw, as it happens, I stayed at the Aria last month. Don't generally like LV but Mrs. Canyongazer likes to go for the restaurants.
The Aria is a visual treat, inside and out.
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