Old 10-02-2013   #121
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Anyone an idea how to cover the X-E1 on the front without using tape?
Some people are using a black wax pencil for a non permanent cover up. For a more permanent solution you could use a Sharpie permanent marker.
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Old 10-03-2013   #122
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Old 10-03-2013   #123
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^ You should put black tape over the XE1 logo to make the camera more stealthy for street use.

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Old 10-29-2013   #124
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I've often found it pretty hard to find images of what legacy lenses look like on the X-E1, so here's my contribution if it's useful reference for anyone.

The superb Zeiss 50 planar 1.4



The still pretty good but not quite as great but smaller and lighter MD 50 1.7



Industar 69 with a push on filter holder (with filter taken out) - makes it much much easier to change aperture and doubles as a lens hood. I'm on the lookout for another copy of this lens because I think there's something wrong with mine, the size is great though.



Pentax 110 auto 18mm 2.8 with DIY adapter. Surprisingly covers the APS-C sensor albeit with quite a bit of light falloff and smearing, also fixed aperture. Still can be handy.

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Old 11-10-2013   #125
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Posted these images in a thread about the bag, but they fit here





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How's that 40mm on the X-E1?
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How's that 40mm on the X-E1?
it's perfect so far, the size, the focal length and handling is great on the x-e1. love the old time quality and the sharpness after f5.6.

it's also a bonus that i can see the character of the lens in its entirety too with the 1.5x crop sensor compared to when using it on my m43 cameras.
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Fuji meets Leica (part 2 and 3)


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Here's my new X-E1 with a Novoflex adaptor and 35mm Summicron V4. All ready for four weeks backpacking in SE Asia.


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I'm really enjoying the upgrade! May seem minor on paper, but it's a huge step up from the x100s.


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mdwsta4, how's the instax printer with the X100t? Enjoying my T over the S a lot as well.
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LOVE it! Wifi was the main reason I upgraded from the s to the t. The printer has been invaluable during my travels where I encounter people that don't speak English. It's also great for sharing special moments with friends/family. Super easy to set up and use. I've got prints down to $0.73 a piece which is pretty reasonable.

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Clearly you can see why they are auctioning the coating line. So much progression in such a short time. Advances in film came at such a lower pace.
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LOVE it! Wifi was the main reason I upgraded from the s to the t. The printer has been invaluable during my travels where I encounter people that don't speak English. It's also great for sharing special moments with friends/family. Super easy to set up and use. I've got prints down to $0.73 a piece which is pretty reasonable.
Just wanted to share another alternative: LG makes a similar printer that is substantially more compact, and, best of all, uses film that costs less than the Fuji. The prints are a little smaller than the Fuji.

Another option to consider. I love using mine for its ability to provide people with momentos of our time together.
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Cool Solution for Hood

I picked up a collapsible rubber hood (58mm) and that will serve fine on the 18-55. The one caveat (read that design flaw) is that it is necessary to hold the zoom collar in place while pulling the hood out so that the lens doesn't zoom out!

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Dave, or whomever picks this up first, what hood solution is this? Is it still bayonet, or screw-on. I just picked up an 18-55, like the lens, but not the hood!

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It's a generic, e-bay item.... 58mm screw on hood. Probably $8 or something. It's only 3/8" deep and works fine and is much cleaner looking than that thing that came with the lens.
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Smaller than the already small instax prints?! That's borderline too small to be useful IMO. I'm hoping Fuji will release an Instax printer that prints wide images like the Fuji 210 rather than the smaller instax prints.

That said, the nicest thing over the Fuji printer vs any of its competitors is the fact you can print directly from the camera. Do you have the ability to do that with any of the other printers?

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Just wanted to share another alternative: LG makes a similar printer that is substantially more compact, and, best of all, uses film that costs less than the Fuji. The prints are a little smaller than the Fuji.

Another option to consider. I love using mine for its ability to provide people with momentos of our time together.
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That said, the nicest thing over the Fuji printer vs any of its competitors is the fact you can print directly from the camera. Do you have the ability to do that with any of the other printers?
Yes, of course.

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X-T1 with a Lance Camera Strap (love it) and a JB Camera Designs wood grip:



Excuse the scuff on the right, this is a hard workin' camera.





This one's a bit off-topic thanks to the Sony, but it's the only head-on shot I have:



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Boy that 23mm lens looks pretty ..... said the little devil on my shoulder.
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Bringing this thread back to the dead with the new 35 f2


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My newest old lens on the XE1.
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