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The X-Pro Series Contents Page. Updated every Sunday and listed chronologically

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The first part in this rip roaring roller coaster of a camera story/review tale of my X-Pro ownership – getting my first X-Pro1.

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When you dream that a camera will be everything you hoped, how will you react when it isn’t?

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When you start to miss imperfection. The second time around the X-Pro1 became so very, very much more than eye candy to me. I finally figured out how to use it, I fell in love with it holistically

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When you (well I !!) start to realise it’s the way that files look that’s most important

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When you try to define just exactly what it is that you love about the look of an image

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Manual Focus: When you understand how to over come physical limitations, via self improvement

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When you understand that blind love of a camera is only a personal view point and that’s important, you try harder if you love something

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Accessories: When you start to look at what bits you can add on to your camera and ask, what do they add to the camera

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Accessories: When you realise that companies other than the OEM can offer valid items for your camera

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When you have a good look at your camera’s files and find your own path, why would you truncate your available possibilities.

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Understanding what the Dynamic Range settings do

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Understanding what the Jpeg settings do

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That Camera Comparison: Part One. Why the Fuji usage experience is just that.

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That Camera Comparison: Part Two. Why the Fuji identity is just as valid

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What’s the X-Pro1 even for, what can you shoot with it?

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The XF Lenses Part One: The XF27. Let’s not overlook the overlooked lens

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Fujifilm X Cameras: Understanding the ‘ISOless’ Sensor

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Fujifilm X Cameras: Using the ‘ISOless’ Sensor

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Fuji XF Lenses: Part Two – The XF18. Taking a look at the original wide option

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How I Capture Movement with the X-Pro1

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The Q Menu explained

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How I Set Up My Q Menu

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The X-Pro1 Great Shots: Camera or Coincidence?

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The X-Pro1 + 56 x 11. So what does that add up too then?

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The X-Pro2 Review: So… the shiny new X-Pro2… Let’s take a closer look and compare to the X-Pro1.

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The X-Pro2 Review: Part Two continuing the haptic comparison to the X-Pro1.

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The X-Pro2 Review: Part Three The Front of the Body and Battery Life Vs the X-Pro1

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The X-Pro2 Review: Part Four View Finding Vs the X-Pro1

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The X-Pro2 Review: Part Five View Finding Vs the X-Pro1 Continued

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Why I Chose the X-Pro2: My rationale for choosing to buy a X-Pro2, the start of a new relationship not to mention several new chapters on this website!

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Does it matter how the X-Pro2 stacks up with the original in terms of IQ? Or does it just matter whether or not it’s any good?

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The key parts of setting up the X-Pro2 for manual focus usage.

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The new MF focusing features of the X-Pro2 and how I recommend using focus peaking.

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The totally amazing, innovative Electronic Range Finder – and why you might not want to use it all the time

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History repeats itself? Has the X-Pro2 backlash started already?

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A look at the features and changes of the new X-Pro2 Firmware that released on the 6th of October 2016

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A look at the RFC RAW convertor supplied with Fujifilm cameras (Part One)

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A look at the RFC RAW convertor – Toolsets (Part Two)

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A look at the RFC RAW convertor – Batch Development (Part Three)

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A look at the RFC RAW convertor – Working with Pre-sets (Part Four)

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The first proper day out, with the X-Pro2

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The XF56 F1.2R Review: Part1

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The XF56 F1.2R Review: Part2

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The XF56 F1.2R Review: Part3

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The XF56 F1.2R Review: Part4

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Budget Accessories for your X-Pro2

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Photo ideas – to help you feel magical!

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A Year in Review: Some real thoughts and favourite pictures

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Street Portraits: Could a new project lead to something more, and is the X-Pro the perfect camera for this?

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The X-Pro2: Six Months On – am I still happy with the X-Pro2 long after the honeymoon period?

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Let’s take a walk, a long walk with nothing but our X-Pro and one lens

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Setting up our cameras to get them to work how we want!

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Setting up our Fn Function Buttons

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Camera Settings Explained

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White Balance Part One: I’m Not a Number

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White Balance Part Two: Finding Colour

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White Balance Part Three: Seeing Colour

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That Camera Comparison: Part Three. The high Level Differences

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That Camera Comparison: Part Four. What I Truly Think Overall

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The GFX: Thoughts On Applicability

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The X-Pro2 and FW V3.00

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The XF60mm F2.4

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More X-Pro2 Street Portraits: How’s that project working out for me?

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The X-Pro2 and the Pilgrim

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Why would I write such a huge amount about the X-Pro Range?

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Colour or Black and White? Must we stick to one or should we shoot both?

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Photographically Speaking: Why do you see what you see?

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New Glass! Finding my Trinity

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Street Portraiture with the X-Pro2

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Fujifilm X: “By the Sea” – My ongoing project to explore the world between aqua and terra firma

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17 Years with Fujifilm – I really have been shooting Fujifilm cameras for a long time!

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X-Pro2 Images shot with my ‘Trinity’ of 23/35/56

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Street Portraits with the X-Pro2 & XF 23/35/56

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Addendum: The XF56 APD Vs The XF56R Part One

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Addendum: The XF56 APD Vs The XF56R Part Two

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Addendum: The XF56 APD Vs The XF56R Part Three

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The X-Pro1 Revisited (Kinda): Taking a small stroll down the nature walk that is X-Trans 1

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Back, Caught You Looking for the Same Thing: Getting reacquainted with the X-Pro1

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New Meets Old: Shooting the newer F2 WR Trio with the X-Pro1

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The XF23 F1.4 Vs the XF23 F2: Part One

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The XF23 F1.4 Vs the XF23 F2: Part Two

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The XF23 F1.4 Vs the XF23 F2: Part Three

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An Atypical Day Out with the X-Pro1 and XF35

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Street Portraits with Context

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A Fish Out of Water

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NOTHING ABOUT CAMERAS HERE: My tribute to my Father who recently passed away.

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Postcards from the Fog: Celebrating photography again after a difficult few weeks

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One and Two: Side by Side – Part One. Away from a the spec sheet, a look at the real world X-Pro1 and 2 differences

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One and Two: Side by Side – Part Two. What I like about working with the X-Pro1 and 2

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The XF50 and the XF56: Part One – The Non-Comparison

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The XF50 and the XF56: Part Two – Comparing the Non-Comparable

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The XF50 and the XF56: Part Three – Observations and Conclusions

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The X-Pro2 and the XF56: Monochrome Antiques

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My XF16 Story: Part One

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My XF16 Story: Part Two

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My XF16 Story: Part Three

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A Picture Worth a Thousand Words?

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