Fuji Showcase Fujinon XF 35mm f/1.4 R

PeterB

New Member
Jan 21, 2016
PeterB
I do not leave my home without the Fuji X2 and this lens. I also have the 35 F2 and far prefer this one. I would recommend people getting the Sensei snap on lens hood as it allows you to use filters. It also can be reversed as opposed to the one that comes with this lens. It is also a lot cheaper.
 

unstable_rider

Regular
Apr 2, 2017
USA Minnesota
Paul
I'm brand new to the forum and recently purchased a XPro1 with a 35mm f/1.4. I'm planning on using this as my go to street photography camera/lens combination. I may also use my 18-55, at times. Here are two I captured this week. I'm really liking the image quality.

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Welcome Greg, from another new guy (I'm in Minneapolis). Great images by the way.
I had an XPro1 myself for awhile. It is a very capable camera.
I had to switch back to an XE-1, as I needed the infinitely adjustable eyepiece, and I missed being able to use an wired-remote electronic trigger for doing long exposure work.

Anyway, I hope to see more of your images, pretty clear you have a knack for this.

~ Paul
 
Oct 19, 2016
West side O'ahu, Hawai'i
Greg Leong
Welcome Greg, from another new guy (I'm in Minneapolis). Great images by the way.
I had an XPro1 myself for awhile. It is a very capable camera.
I had to switch back to an XE-1, as I needed the infinitely adjustable eyepiece, and I missed being able to use an wired-remote electronic trigger for doing long exposure work.

Anyway, I hope to see more of your images, pretty clear you have a knack for this.

~ Paul
Thanks, Paul. I'm moving away from m43 format gear. I really liked the feel of the XPRO1 and the IQ. My recent work has been landscapes and street photography.
 

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