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Old 09-03-2014   #81
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Took the 18mm for it's first solo outing... I thought I preferred the 35 but maybe I don't? All I do know is I had an inordinate amount of fun shooting the XPro-1 together with this gem of a lens today.


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Old 09-06-2014   #82
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Old 10-14-2014   #85
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That last one is great, jazzwave!

Shot some street yesterday with the 18, only got into the funk of getting close as I was heading home. I've gotten used to the 35's 52mm equivalent surprisingly quickly considering I've been shooting with 28mm lenses for a long time:


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That last one is great, jazzwave!

Shot some street yesterday with the 18, only got into the funk of getting close as I was heading home. I've gotten used to the 35's 52mm equivalent surprisingly quickly considering I've been shooting with 28mm lenses for a long time:
lovely images, love the grain what settings did you have for that
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Loooong exposures (betweem 26 and 70s) f8 at EI200 on a mini tripod, therefore the rather peculiar perspective.

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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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thank you for sharing this adorable shot.....absolutely lovely
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absolutely love this image, superb
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These are some of the first images I took with my new second hand 18mm f2. The f-stop ring is nicer than on the 16-55, and it is a good bit smaller, easier to take to work. I like a 28 mm angle of view.
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I used to not like the 28mm focal length but it's now becoming my favourite, goes well with a 2nd camera with 50mm focal length

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Already posted in another thread, but this cute little lens deserves the double

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Already posted in another thread, but this cute little lens deserves the double
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FANTASTIC image! Great composition and gorgeous B&W! What post-processing software did you use to create the B&W, or is it out-of-camera? Thanks.
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I just got the X70 and I'll be interested to see if it's 28mm-equivalent lens produces image quality equal to the XF 18. I'll post some here for comparison.
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FANTASTIC image! Great composition and gorgeous B&W! What post-processing software did you use to create the B&W, or is it out-of-camera? Thanks.
Thank you, Jamie!
It's just an OOC JPG from the X-A1
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It's just an OOC JPG from the X-A1
That's really great to hear. I've been fooling around using Nik software to make B&W. It looks like I need to give the OOC settings a try.
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That's really great to hear. I've been fooling around using Nik software to make B&W. It looks like I need to give the OOC settings a try.
In this scenario the OOC file didn't need any tweaking to my eye, but I usually get better results by postproducting the image in SilverEfex, which is very powerful and useful to me.
It depends on the type of image itself and what you'd like to achieve, I guess
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Digging the first one. There aren't enough skate photos on RFF!
I like this one too, surprised by the DOF and sharpness, it doesn't look like a 18/2! amazing.

Many superb examples with this small jewel!


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I just sold mine (didn't use that focal length much) but here's some I took with it...









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Anyone ever run across this with a Fuji XF lens? I picked up a used X-Pro1 body with an 18/f2 lens. After using it for family snaps over Christmas, I noticed a blob which I assumed was dust on the sensor. I cleaned the sensor several times, but the blob was unchanged. In frustration I pulled the lens and looked through it and sure enough there was a black speck inside the lens. Is this crappy QC by Fuji? Now I did not buy this kit for doing landscapes and it’s easy enough to clone the blob out in LR/PS when it becomes noticeable, but it sure is annoying as hell.



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Anyone ever run across this with a Fuji XF lens? I picked up a used X-Pro1 body with an 18/f2 lens. After using it for family snaps over Christmas, I noticed a blob which I assumed was dust on the sensor. I cleaned the sensor several times, but the blob was unchanged. In frustration I pulled the lens and looked through it and sure enough there was a black speck inside the lens. Is this crappy QC by Fuji? Now I did not buy this kit for doing landscapes and it’s easy enough to clone the blob out in LR/PS when it becomes noticeable, but it sure is annoying as hell.

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Lenses do get stuff inside but not usually "blobs" I have one and it is a good/useful lens. As far as Fuji lenses that I have go, this one is a bit lighter and loose than others. Mine was used but very clean when I got it. Here is a sample image from this past September. I would suggest having it cleaned.

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I very much like the look of the mis-stitched frames. Gives it another level of richness. Thanks for posting it.
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Gary, Sorry for the VERY late response to your post. But if you see this, I suggest you reacquire that 18mm lens... you made some superb images with it!
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i recently bought another copy of the 18mm lens...it's freeing to use, sort of like when i use the 27...in fact they make a good combo.
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Gary, Sorry for the VERY late response to your post. But if you see this, I suggest you reacquire that 18mm lens... you made some superb images with it!
Hi Jamie, thanks! I did buy another as well as a Ricoh GRII for an even more compact 28mm FOV
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i recently bought another copy of the 18mm lens...it's freeing to use, sort of like when i use the 27...in fact they make a good combo.
This is exactly the set up I settled on, with an X-T10 for maximum compactness. Now I am doing my best to resist acquiring one of the zooms..

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