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  • Leica Telyt-R 1:4/250mm on X-Pro-1
    Metabone Speedbooster adapter to connect the lens to the Fuji body Conclusion so far Tests or reviews on the net are hard to find At the moment I haven t found any After testing the lens some months now I must say I don t like this lens on the X Pro I have still goning some analog R6 boddy tests to develop but as the picture down right shows

    Original URL path: http://www.stefanclaes.com/X-Pro-1/HTML/250mm.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Fuji XF 56mm f/1.2 on X-Pro-1
    it 2 3 days and I m impressed Sharp wide open all over Perfekt build quality Wide focusring makes it easy to fokus with mitten important here in the arctic wintertime Fast autofocus A lot of reviews out there I m afraid my good old Leica R Summilux 80mm with Metabone speedbooster got a serious competitor here Since this lens is so sharp wide open you may use it wide

    Original URL path: http://www.stefanclaes.com/X-Pro-1/HTML/56mm.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Comparison: Leica R 1.4/80 - 2.8/135 - 2.8/180
    the vingnetting effect for the tree lenses dependent from different apperatures my conclusion This test worked on a way as expected Sharpness for all three lenses enhanced from max apperature to smaler apperature with a maximum sharpness between f4 og f8 The 80mm at f1 4 f1 2 with speedbooster is in fact pretty bad but increased fast from f2 It s a bit difficult å compare lenses with different focal length this way The cropped images gives on a way a wrong impression for sharpness The cropped parts from ouside pictures ny night are over exposed specialy for the 80mm I used avarage metering and the dark areas dominate this picture The vingnetting effect is too evident av expected Dissapearing slowly from wide open lense to smaler apperatures The Summilux 80mm was my first lense for the X Pro1 I love that lens but it is what is is an old analog lens The Elamrit 135mm I had for about a year and like it very much It maches the X Pro in a nice way sharp and easy to focus Certainly disappointed I m about the Telyt R 250mm That s the reason why I ordered the Elmarit R 180mm It looks for me that the 180mm is in the same class as the 135mm and I m looking forward to use it in the furture Summilux R 1 4 80mm Elmarit R 2 8 135mm Elmarit R 2 8 180mm f 1 4 N A N A f 2 0 N A N A f 2 8 f 4 0 f 5 6 f 8 0 Vingnetting Summilux R 1 4 80mm Elmarit R 2 8 135mm Elmarit R 2 8 180mm f 1 4 N A N A f 2 0 N A N A f

    Original URL path: http://www.stefanclaes.com/X-Pro-1/HTML/Comparison80-135-180.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • X100s
    X 100 s

    Original URL path: http://www.stefanclaes.com/X100s/html/X100s-bilde.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • X100s
    tundra in summertime X 100 s f2 1 480s 400 ISO 0 7 step

    Original URL path: http://www.stefanclaes.com/X100s/html/01.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • X100s
    good old analog X 100 s f5 6 1 100s 200 ISO 1 step

    Original URL path: http://www.stefanclaes.com/X100s/html/02.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • X100s
    Tromsø northern Norway X 100 s f 2 1 680s 200 ISO

    Original URL path: http://www.stefanclaes.com/X100s/html/09.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • X100s
    speedboat in the fog X 100 s f 16 1 60s 320 ISO

    Original URL path: http://www.stefanclaes.com/X100s/html/08.htm (2016-02-12)
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