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Does the Fujifilm X-Pro 1 show the effects of exposure compensation in the EVF?

When I asked this in 2012, the answer was "no". However, a firmware update in December 2014 changed it to "there's a setting for that — but only in manual mode". This is also the case in newer X-...
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Continue with film or move to Fujifilm X-Pro1?

Should I continue with film? ... I enjoy it very much but the costs of film in my country are going higher and higher... I'm not so much of a shooter due to my master studies. Some people enjoy ...
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Continue with film or move to Fujifilm X-Pro1?

The costs of film photography seem prohibitive to me for a beginner, even if there is probably a lot to learn from this practice, especially in that it leads to thinking before pressing the shutter ...
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Fuji X-Pro2 with 18-135 lens, OVP usability

There is a huge impact and makes the OVF mode rather hard to use. Luckily, the EVF mode is really fantastic. The lens barrel will be visible on the lower right of the OVF and crops a significant ...
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Continue with film or move to Fujifilm X-Pro1?

Many of us grizzled old-timers like to boast about how we started with film in the era before autofocus existed and how it forced us to learn how to be real photographers.¹ But the reason we did so ...
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Will a Fujifilm X-Pro1 and Jupiter 12 35mm f2.8 lens work together with a Tarion Camera Adapter Ring?

The problem with using the Jupiter 8 on a camera with a cropped sensor isn't that the back of the lens will touch the sensor. The adapter ring, such as your "Tarion", insures that the rear of the lens ...
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