It´s been written by many other users of the prime lens 60mm Macro: it´s not the fastest. It´s annoying how the AF is hunting even in bright light when using the macro mode. But the IQ is great, when you finally got the shot.
This image is straight out of the camera with no further post-production! Fuji Colors impressed me again. Also the rendering of this manual lens is impressive. Focusing is easy with the X-E2 firmware update using "Focus peaking" in red.
I received this shudei (red clay) teapot from Fugetsu as a present a couple of days ago. The sujibiki technique accents the horizontal lines, making the teapot appear fresh off the potter's wheel. This piece of art is impressive because of its simplicity. It seems not to attract any attention to the viewer. But if you hold it, it feels light and the surface velvety.
I got into the X in 2011, when Fuji announced their X-10. Excellent build and image quality and I loved (and still love) the Retro look.
After using the Ricoh GR and Fujifilm X-100 intensenly, I would like to share some thoughts and experience here. Please note, that this is not a review or comparison. It´s based on daily use, not on technical specifications.
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I found a piece of wood on my way back home from work. My idea was to capture one of my very first teapot from Yoshiki Murata's Collection. It s called Mogake Sanban. I sinked the piece of wood into a course of a stream. Using Velvia filmsimulation and set my Fuji X-E2 to long exposure (15 sec).