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Old 04-01-2017   #1
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03.28.17.xt20.50.2.sm.early morning fog plus tree_edited-1 by joe, on Flickr
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Old 04-02-2017   #3
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the XF 50mm is becoming my 2nd favourite lens on the X-T2 after the XF 18mm, funny thing is I was never a fan of the 75mm FOV on Leica or DSLR crop.

X-T2 + XF 50mm f2 by Earl Dieta, on Flickr
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Old 05-06-2017   #4
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The XF 50mm is one sharp lens, it is becoming one of my top favourite lens of all time

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Joe, I like both your entries.
The one with the dog is REALLY good.
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Old 06-02-2017   #7
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Thanks for the kind words guys...the 50 is the fov of a 75 mm...75 was always a fave of mine coupled with a 35...makes for small easy to carry kit.
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Thank you Helen and pyeh. Yes, Helen, it's a 75mm and its a very good lens. Try it out sometime. I'll try to post more soon.
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some shots with the X-T2 + XF 50mm


Fuji X-T2 + XF 50mm by Earl Dieta, on Flickr


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Old 06-10-2017   #10
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I think the 50mm is perfect for modern street photography in this age of public 'shyness'. I use mine on the street most of the time now.
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I think the 50mm is perfect for modern street photography in this age of public 'shyness'. I use mine on the street most of the time now.
For me the 35mm on APSC still is my favorite, but I'm liking the 50mm very much as well. Agree on your point though. Thanks.
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Some very nice images in this thread
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Crushing it John. These are really nice. ^^^
So far your move to Chile has been really nice for all of us
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Looks like an archetype RFFer "Moving along" there, Helen!
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helen...what are you shooting with these days? i was under the impression you dropped fuji and went back 100% to film?
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helen...what are you shooting with these days? i was under the impression you dropped fuji and went back 100% to film?
well never say never... wink, wink

had two recent mishaps with developing
hence I licked my wounds with the fuji

Had the XT1. and the fuji 50 f2
but exchanged the XT1 for the XE3
mainly because I WANTED Acros... Fuji did it right ~ such a Beautiful & Brilliant film simulation
just LOVE it and Chrome has such exquisite color!!

the 75mm is all I need on Miss Fuji... it's just so Good, so fun to see things 'differently', a new perspective

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well never say never... wink, wink

had two recent mishaps with developing
hence I licked my wounds with the fuji

Had the XT1. and the fuji 50 f2
but exchanged the XT1 for the XE3
mainly because I WANTED Acros... Fuji did it right ~ such a Beautiful & Brilliant film simulation
just LOVE it and Chrome has such exquisite color!!

the 75mm is all I need on Miss Fuji... it's just so Good, so fun to see things 'differently', a new perspective

Do hope You like what I have done .Thank You for asking
i love your stuff...waiting for a book on nyc from you...
i also love the xe3 and acros...
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