Returning to form – The Fujifilm X100VI review
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by jr050680
3M ago
To think that it has been well over 2 years since I last did a review. Where did time go, huh? As I’ve outlined in a post some months back, I was really just sick of it all. I even stopped paying the server fee for the site. But slowly during the course of 2023 ..read more
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The Fujifilm TX-1 Icelandic adventure
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by jr050680
3M ago
Way back in 2021 David Imel came to visit me in Århus. We had been chatting online for some years, initially sparked by the common denominator, the Fujifilm TX-1 panoramic film camera. I have written an extensive review of the camera which you read HERE. We had a blast, but his stay was way too ..read more
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The future of the elusive 65:24 format
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by jr050680
7M ago
To those of you who have been readers of the blog during the past 10 years, it comes as no secret that back in 2018’ish I completely lost my photographic heart to the 65:24 format of photography. A collaboration by Fujifilm and Hasselblad back in the nineties ultimately led to the creation of the XPan ..read more
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So this is how time flies
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by jr050680
7M ago
I can’t believe that it’s been more than 18 months since I wrote a post on this blog. 18 months! I never really intended for that to happen. But looking back at it now, I can definitely see that every fiber of my body needed a break from it. Just like I needed to step ..read more
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Hello world
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by jr050680
2y ago
So. This is what 2022 looks like huh?Restrictions are off here in Denmark. Life as we know can commence. Yay! Maybe… We’ll see. I quit the Fujifilm ambassador program. That was fucking hard to do! Too many brilliant friendships to mention them all. But it was time. Or actually I lacked time. I needed 36 ..read more
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Fujifilm XF 23mm f/1.4 R LM WR First Look – Street style Perfection
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by jr050680
2y ago
By now it should be no secret to the long time readers of this blog that I started my Fujifilm photography career with the X100 in 2011 and added the X-Pro1 with the XF35mm f/1.4 shortly after. I have been using that combo of focal lengths ever since, upgrading the cameras with every new iteration ..read more
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Fujifilm XF 33mm f/1.4 R LM WR first look – Lifting the Heritage
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by jr050680
2y ago
If you ask any diehard Fujifilm X series photographer what their top 3 favourite lenses for the system is, there’s a very good chance that the XF35mm f/1.4R will be among those lenses. It was the first lens I bought for my X-Pro1 back in the day, and it has served me with so much ..read more
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Another one? The Laowa Argus 33mm f/0.95 APO Review
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by jr050680
3y ago
It seems like every chinese based lens manufacturer is putting out new fast fifty equivalents for APS-C these days. Some have ventured into full frame territory, but most stay within the APS-C segment. Mitakon, TTartisan, 7Artisans and now also Laowa are all the more prominent of the lot. My prefered focal lengths have always been ..read more
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When waiting is worth it! – The Fujinon XF 18mm f1.4 R WR FIRST LOOK
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by jr050680
3y ago
I cannot begin to describe how long I have waited for Fujifilm to do a fresh take on an 18mm XF lens. I won’t lie, I have been requesting a complete optical makeover refresh of the XF18mm f/2 for as long as I have been in close contact with Fujifilm. But it sometimes seemed as ..read more
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FUJIFILM GFX100S & GF80mm f1.7 first look – More Than Full Frame
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by jr050680
3y ago
2017 was the year when people could finally get their hands on the first ever digital medium format camera from Fujifilm. Announced at Photokina 2016, the GFX50S made a big impact on FUJIFILM as well as the mirrorless camera industry as a general. The fact that you could get a full blow medium format digital ..read more
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