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Old 04-02-2017   #2281
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After years of looking for a digital I really like, I found it in a Fuji X100T.

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That's great, Helen! I bought the original X100 new, when it first came out, and never regretted it. It makes great pictures, and the hybrid viewfinder is a joy to use. Can't wait to see what you do with it!
BTW, I use the domed hood for the Pentax DA 40/2.8 Limited lens on my X100 - keeps thing nice and compact.
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Christmas Eve on a way to a family friends. Edited in Silver Efx Pro 2. Thinking I might print this to hang in my house.

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Cool, Great to hear from You Ari !
Thanks for the Hood Tip... Should receive it Tuesday , end of day
Glad to see You have One, Use it, Love it !
Helen, not sure if you've seen yet that the lens doesn't have traditional female filter threads, but male instead. You need an adapter to mount filter or hood.

And yes -- Fuji really has something special with this camera series.
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LOVE those ice-blue rails slithering through the frame!

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What I LoVe about Miss Fuji X100F... 1:1 , Chrome , Acros Red filter
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Still learning the camera, and trying to figure out whether my images are in focus or not (I am used to a D750 and maybe I have some learning curve with this one) Nevertheless, I took these yesterday and today, they're JPG through wi-fi, so not hi-res.

I have some work to do creating better images with it, but I don't believe the camera is the limiting factor..




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Congrats on the X100F Helen. I love mine. I have posted a couple of experiments in my 'test' gallery:

https://kirkh.smugmug.com/Photography/Test/

The first three shots are actually three different takes on Acros 100. You can see the captions when looking at a shot by moving the cursor just below the bottom edge of a given photo. The first is with the X100F simulated Acros at ISO3200 and neutral density filter (this gives some graininess). The second is 35mm film Acros 100 in my Leica MP. The third is 120 film Acros 100 in my Fuji GF670. The simulated Acros on the X100F is pretty convincing.

The final three shots are an experiment with the 50mm 'digital teleconverter' on the X100F. In this mode the camera takes a 50mm field of view crop of the 35mm field of view original, then up-res's the result to 24MP. The first shot is the regular 35mm fov. The second is my crop (in lightroom) to 50mm fov with no up-res. The third is the up-res'd 50mm fov shot using the digital teleconverter. These are all at 2048 pixels wide on Smugmug, so it is not a true test of the quality of the digital teleconverter. But at 100% in lightroom I really can't see a significant loss of quality.

This is probably the coolest digicam I have ever owned.

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Congrats on the X100F Helen. I love mine. I have posted a couple of experiments in my 'test' gallery:

https://kirkh.smugmug.com/Photography/Test/

The first three shots are actually three different takes on Acros 100. You can see the captions when looking at a shot by moving the cursor just below the bottom edge of a given photo. The first is with the X100F simulated Acros at ISO3200 and neutral density filter (this gives some graininess). The second is 35mm film Acros 100 in my Leica MP. The third is 120 film Acros 100 in my Fuji GF670. The simulated Acros on the X100F is pretty convincing.

The final three shots are an experiment with the 50mm 'digital teleconverter' on the X100F. In this mode the camera takes a 50mm field of view crop of the 35mm field of view original, then up-res's the result to 24MP. The first shot is the regular 35mm fov. The second is my crop (in lightroom) to 50mm fov with no up-res. The third is the up-res'd 50mm fov shot using the digital teleconverter. These are all at 2048 pixels wide on Smugmug, so it is not a true test of the quality of the digital teleconverter. But at 100% in lightroom I really can't see a significant loss of quality.

This is probably the coolest digicam I have ever owned.

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Kirk,

Thank you for sharing these here. I have not compared Acros simulated to the real Acros film yet, but recently shooting with my X Pro 2 played with a file comparing the Acros G simulation to RAW. I still preferred the RAW result but find the simulation to be really good. I am still working on tweaking in-camera settings. Fun to see this comparison. On my monitor the simulation looks a bit more like the 120 sample you posted

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Really great picture !
The colour is very nice.
Can you share any tips on your colour grading process ?

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Thank you Tony!

most of the time I start with a custom ACR presets based on vsco presets (they gave away some time ago basic kit with Provia, Gold and a few more). I spent some time tweaking them to my liking, but still they need to be adjusted to every single picture. Oh and ACR has really ugly "grain". You really want to keep it subtle with grading, and the real deal are curves and shadow/highlights. Bit more blacks with bumped midtones and preserved highlights. I also like to use "auto-color" tool right after initial grading, often only to undo it or tone to 20%, but it makes keeping grays gray easier. I often make so many versions of one picture that I start to hate it.
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Thank you Tony!

most of the time I start with a custom ACR presets based on vsco presets (they gave away some time ago basic kit with Provia, Gold and a few more). I spent some time tweaking them to my liking, but still they need to be adjusted to every single picture. Oh and ACR has really ugly "grain". You really want to keep it subtle with grading, and the real deal are curves and shadow/highlights. Bit more blacks with bumped midtones and preserved highlights. I also like to use "auto-color" tool right after initial grading, often only to undo it or tone to 20%, but it makes keeping grays gray easier. I often make so many versions of one picture that I start to hate it.
Thanks for the in depth reply.

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Hey all. This is my first post on the forums here, but I've been lurking for awhile. I started shooting digital when I picked up a fuji x10 to take on a trip to Cape Town, South Africa. I sold that not long ago and just yesterday took delivery of my new/old X100. Here are some sample shots from my first time out with it.



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Love this one, Matt. This is my turf as well.

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Thanks John! Got another one from the same platform looking the opposite way. If only that damn building in the background wasn't so prevalent....
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Thanks John! Got another one from the same platform looking the opposite way. If only that damn building in the background wasn't so prevalent....
I think it appropriate to use photoshop in this case. If only we could photoshop him and his band of cronies the f*ck out of the White House! Oops, sorry, just excited about that wonderful feature of photoshop!

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I think it appropriate to use photoshop in this case.
Calm sunset after just after a storm rolled through. Lone surfer carrying his board in the background
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From first serious shoot with X100F which finally arrived earlier this week. This is a volunteer "prisoner" at the Wyoming Territorial Prison Historic Site in Laramie today (Saturday). Specifically, he's working in the broom shop, which was one of the most sought-after jobs when the prison was active. Famous inmates included Butch Cassidy.
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Trying to make at least one photo a day with the new X100F. Found this scene in Scottsbluff, Neb., as I was heading home. Couldn't resist the obvious correlation between the sign and the row of hay bales.
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