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Old 06-23-2013   #41
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Here's a shot with the 18mm on XE-1. Corners and overall sharpness at 16MP seem to be LOWER than the X100 at 12MP. But the colors are much punchier and render to BW better.
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Despite this lens getting a bad rep from some users the shots here show what it's capable of. I don't have the 18mm but I'm getting tempted. Just been out with my Xpro and the 35 but I kept switching to my Ricoh GR as for me the 35 is more often too long.
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Beautiful image! Is this out-of-camera b&w or post-processing b&w? If PP, what software are you using? Thanks.
Jamie, sorry to be dilatory on your question! That's wide open, low ISO (I think) using the BW/green filter setting + minimal LR4 adjustment on highlights.

I shoot a lot in the Pioneer Cemetery while exercising my little friend Mimi, and test cameras/lenses on the same subjects. That was an XE/18 day...
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Jamie, sorry to be dilatory on your question! That's wide open, low ISO (I think) using the BW/green filter setting + minimal LR4 adjustment on highlights.

I shoot a lot in the Pioneer Cemetery while exercising my little friend Mimi, and test cameras/lenses on the same subjects. That was an XE/18 day...
Robert, thanks for the information. I'm especially interested in seeing images made with in-camera b&w settings. That image was nice. I've not tried the green filter setting yet, but now I will.
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Some nice photos here that exhibit the lens' strength. I wouldn't hesitate to get one (provided one is aware of the limits).
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Old 03-08-2014   #68
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The X-Pro1 and the 18mm are still new to me, but I'm already liking it.


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Here's a set from a few months back. I really enjoy the 18mm honestly, It's the perfect size on the x-pro1 and the center sharpness is wonderful, sure the borders are a little soft, but I could care less. We so often worry about distortion and edge sharpness that it kind of takes away from the process of actually capturing images. Besides, when I need edge to edge sharpness I use the 14mm


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I have this lens on its way to me now i cannot wait to use it, thanks for all the inspiration chaps
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18mm is wide for Portraits but, it does have a nice rendering. This lenses is an enigma for some. I find it a keeper even if it lacks the surgical sharpness of the other fuji lenses

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Nice shot Rybolt. Do you think you could reel it in to about 1000pix max on the long side.
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Yes. I'm sorry about that. I grabbed it from my website where stuff is sized at 2000. I'll correct it.
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Lovely images shown here with the Fuji XF 18mm lens, I've just did a deal on one, so looking forward to posting images soon.


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