Photography by Ian L. Sitren

Posts tagged “FujiFilm X-Series

X-Pro3 Is Pro!

Getting some time shooting the new Fujifilm X-Pro3 Camera. Here with the XF23mmF2 R WR lens. It is a rangefinder camera with the rear screen hidden unless you fold it down. Just like shooting a film rangefinder. The photos here shot in Velvia simulation mode and jpg right out of the camera. The close up, just a crop of the other photo. This is a hugely impressive camera.

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Fujifilm Shooting Fujifilm

I had the chance to play with the just released Fujifilm X100V camera today. This is shot by me with the Fujifilm X-Pro3 I also got to work with. The X-Pro3 had the Fujifilm 23mm lens, shot at f3.2 1/60 second and iso400. This is a straight out of the camera jpg in Velvia simulation mode. Just sized down.

The X100V is a marvel itself. Small and lightweight, it could slip in any large pocket like a cargo pocket. Weighs almost nothing. Simple and quick operation, reminds me of a real camera for those of you who know what I mean by that. Looking for that camera to go everywhere without any burden and shooting superb photographs. No doubts this could be it. Today at Camera West in Rancho Mirage California. Thanks!

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Fujifilm X100V Demo

The new just announced Fujifilm X100V will be demonstrated by Fujifilm at Camera West in Rancho Mirage this Friday Feb 7th from 1-4pm. I am going to go check it out. You can too; and bring your own SD card to take your photos home with you.

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Keen Eye For The Super Bowl

Had a friend happen to stop by to watch the Super Bowl just now. Probably has a keen eye for it!

Fujifilm X-H1 camera body with the Fujifilm XF 100-400mm F/4.5-5.6 lens.

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Selfie At The Daggett Garage

My attempt at a selfie on a photo excursion last week.

At the Dagget Garage built in the 1880’s in the Borax area as a locomotive repair roundhouse. Moved by a 20-mule-team to the Waterloo Mill and Mine in 1896. Then moved to it’s current location in Daggett California in 1912.

Served as an auto repair shop on old Route 66 until World War II when it became a mess hall for troops guarding nearby railroad bridges.

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Quality Counts

Quality counts more and more. We went through a decade or longer being bombarded with bad photos and video in ads, features and social media. A few of the photographs I shoot for the Palm Springs Air Museum. Camera was my Fujifilm X-H1 with the Fujifilm XF 8-16mm f/2.8 lens. These are also used for print advertising. Thanks!

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Lots Of Props

The Palm Springs Air Museum P-51 Mustang “Bunny” taxi’s out at the Palm Springs Airport. Shot with a Fujifilm X-T3 and Fujifilm 55-200 lens.

Lots Of Props