One from yesterday the iconic ruins of West pier.
West Pier by David Ore, on Flickr
Thanks. Appreciate it.
I'm quite tempted to make a version of this one with "Greetings from Manorbier" in old-style curly type, just because it's so unpretty The 10-24 is quite good at detail, isn't it?
Flotsam by David Hallett, on Flickr
It’s a great shot, and this lens is the main reason for keeping the X-T2 and not going completely X100F.
Exactly the reason that when it came to it, I couldn’t let the X-T2 go..
Liking this Fujigraph Sir, plenty of detail, great sky, and a good mono conversion.
Lovely image and great colours I was up there in August such a relaxing place.
All Photos-69 by Andrew Duxbury, on Flickr
Thank you George
What a lovely shot this is, nice one Andrew.
I like your image and the colours , will have to get back down there soon, lots of photo opportunities
That's a very nice Fujigraph Sir, liking this image very much.
Just a simple landscape Fujigraph taken at Folkestone Kent UK of The Inner Harbour and disused Rail Bridge.
X-T1, 10-24mm Lens, 1/400th @ F8, ISO-200, Handheld.
Waiting For The Tide (2) (M)-03059M by G.K.Jnr., on Flickr
Lots to see, great processing too.
Thank you kindly Sir, sure is appreciated.
171112 Port Of Liverpool Building by David Yeoman, on Flickr
Wonderful mono image, full of interest.
Another strange offering from the unique location of Manorbier. This picture doesn't look nice at all in colour - it's just a mess. But somehow mono gives an air of mystery. Or so I like to think
Shallows by David Hallett, on Flickr
Thank you kindly Sir, sure is appreciated.
There are rumors a Fuji X-T2s is in the pipeline for early 2018. The main upgrade is to have IBIS according to Fuji Rumors.
Im currently trying to decide which mirrorless to go for. Im torn between the Fuji X-T2, X-T2s if its released and the Sony A7RII or III (if I can justify the price!).
To all fuji owners, does the lack of IBIS hamper handheld shooting, especially in low light. A number of their primes and the 16-55 F2.8 on have lens ois.
The Lighthouse - Cinema Project 003 by David Yeoman, on Flickr
I can't work out why they would put energy into a body based OIS when the one they have now is more than adequate, and all other manufacturers moved away from it...
This goes round and round, Fuji Rumors is essentially a click bait site. Fuji have said the image circle and the lens mount on the X-series cameras restricts the ability to add IBIS. Obviously you could have an IBIS mode and sacrifice the resultant image size, ie remove 5% resolution from around the edges of the sensor.
I don't feel the need for IBIS, its only really useful if nothing in the scene is going to move. I am happy when required in using a tripod, or further developing my high ISO processing skills!!
Many mirrorless cameras now have 5 axis in body image stabilisation e.g. Sony A7,A7R series, new Olympus M43 to work alongside lens OIS. Reading various articles Fuji were against IBIS but the performance of the Sony IBIS led to calls to have it in the new Fujis. Its still only a rumor though.
IBS allows for lighter and smaller lenses. It also can provide that benefit when using the many lenses in their range that do not have stabilisation.
It also permits the use of third party and legasy lenses. However I do wonder how they will get over the problem of their narrow body throat causing vignetting at the corners of the sensor.
I'd still ask why, when they have an in lens solution that works very well (one of the best I've used). As David above mentioned above, it would also mean reducing the image circle. Fuji Rumours is full of just that - rumours!!
Yes, I understand that, but right now they have a series of lenses with OIS that works very well. It would mean they would need to produce new versions of all of those lenses....
Eventually maybe they will but the existing lenses will doubtless still work perfectly fine on IS bodies. Panasonic have the same thing with both IS lenses and bodies.
I see the attraction of smaller, lighter and hopefully cheaper lenses, but the body would be heavier, and larger, and even more expensive!
Absolutely not. I am sure that they are likely to be able to use both systems at once, like some other manufacturers. Alternatively you could just switch one or the other off. There is no need at all to duplicate lenses. Most Future lenses may however be made without built in stabilisation.
Unlikely to be much bigger or heavier, but certainly more expensive.... but not necessarily much more than new models always are.
If you look at Sony APS-C and FF and MFT IMO the IS bodies aren't all that much bigger or more expensive so I doubt that Fiji's have to be.
I think IBIS will come to fruition if Fuji feel they need it to achieve parity with the competitors.
Medium format was until recently just a rumour, sure most of us would have said that was nonsense
Just a simple candid street style Fujigraph taken at Canterbury Kent UK of people in the lovely little Sun Street.
X-T2, 10-24mm Lens, 1/75th @ F8, ISO-200, Handheld.
Sun Street-03637 by G.K.Jnr., on Flickr
Another cracking shot George.
A fair bit of shared DNA here methinks...
Tell me what you're thinking by jamiewednesday1, on Flickr
Like the colour palette! Very cinematic
I do like your b&w processing George
Thank you kindly Sir, your reply sure is appreciated.
One from today. Really impressed with the 56mm and love her eyes. Don't know how to get the image to show here.