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6 Fuji X-T1 Images Of The Day — July 5, 2016.

by Anura Guruge


These pictures were taken
with a Fujifilm X-T1
I rented for a week from Lumoid.

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Resolution details
same as
those for my Fuji X-E2s
.

NO post-processing whatsoever.

Click pictures to ENLARGE.

Attribution WILL be enforced.




Fuji X-E2s image Anura Guruge
Fuji X-E2s image Anura Guruge


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IF Fuji X-T2 Is Priced Below $1,599 (U.S.) It Sure Would Be Very Competitive & Compelling.

by Anura Guruge


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From “Fuji Rumors”, July 5. Click image to access original.


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Fujifilm X-Pro2 is selling at $1,699 on Amazon today, July 5, 2016.

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Fujifilm X-Pro2 is selling at $999 on Amazon today, July 5, 2016.


This unconfirmed claim that the X-T2, to be announced in the next 48-hours, will be priced below the $1,699 for the X-Pro2 is extremely intriguing.

If true it could be quite telling BUT a very shrewd move by Fuji.

If true KUDOS to Fujifilm.

I had assumed that the X-T2 will be at least $1,699 if not in the the $1,899 range.

But, if it is priced that below $1,699 Fuji is being VERY REALISTIC.

The Nikon D500 lists at $1,996. That is, basically, the current HIGH-WATER mark for a enthusiast APS-C sensor camera.

At $1,799 or $1,899 the X-T2 would have fared rather badly against the D500 though it is not a apples to apples comparison.

At $1,499 or even $1,599 the X-T2 would be very competitive.


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Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, Monday, July 4, 2016 Fireworks.

by Anura Guruge


Click pictures to ENLARGE.

All taken with my Fuji X-E2s.

Attribution WILL be enforced.

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Wolfeboro Fire Works Anura Guruge Fuji X-E2s


Wolfeboro Fire Works Anura Guruge Fuji X-E2s


These the 2016 4th of July fireworks were not really up-to-par by Wolfeboro4th of July” or “First Night” standards. There were just 2 people lightning the fireworks and they appeared to be struggling — even before the show started, given that it was about 8 minutes late.

As always Wolfeboro spends decent money to get some good, spectacular ‘rockets’. The problem, always, is that of setting them off. We, in Wolfeboro and Alton, continue to persevere with manual ‘set-off’ rather than computer-controlled ‘automatic firing’. And that really was the problem in Wolfeboro this year. The display was sporadic, erratic and lacked rhythm. It was actually pretty painful waiting for the rockets to be fired — in ultra slow-motion. But the display was good.

I took over 370 pictures with the Fuji X-E2s. I mercilessly whittled it down to 277. I am sharing just 18 of these — for now. I can’t even claim that these are the best 18. Just 18 that I kind of grabbed at random. [Sorry. Crazy busy.]

Enjoy.

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All 277 usable pictures I took.


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