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News | Photography | 2013-05-05 | Comments
Carl Zeiss just released detailed technical specification of the new Zeiss Lens for the Fuji X Mount (Fuji X-Pro1, Fuji X-E1). While an exact release date is not set yet, we expect them to be available in June 2013.
2013-06-06 | Comments
Finally, hands-on: I’ve been waiting for the Zeiss Touit to arrive for quite some time. It’s the first real alternative to the Fuji Lens series on the X-E1 and X-1Pro. However, now that I hold it in my hands, I’m not as excited anymore.
2013-03-25 | Comments
Many of us know this problem: If you’re shooting with an old lens, it likely does not have any electronic contacts. Aside from some other things, these help the camera recognize the attached lens and with every frame you take, this info is written into the EXIF data of either JPEG or RAW file. Adding this data manually is both time consuming and adds extra steps.
2013-03-02 | Comments
We’ve recently picked up a Carl Zeiss Planar 2/50 ZM (75 equivalent on the X-E1 crop sensor). It’s a solid lens, which performs especially well for portrait photography. Since we haven’t come across many images shot with this lens on a X-E1, we decided to post a few to show how it performs at night.
2013-02-19 | Comments
Functional. This is the most crucial part of the whole process. If a car doesn’t drive, a camera doesn’t take picture or you cannot sit on the ‘chair’ you just bought, something must have gone wrong. Either it’s broken or the design is flawed.
2013-02-17 | Comments
For a few years, we have been using social media to enrich our life and connect with friends. There are numerous options such as Twitter, MySpace, Friendster, Cyworld and the most popular being Facebook. Depending on region, the preferred social network varies. While Facebook is almost equally popular around the world, we do see local differences. In Korea for example, Cyworld has been very popular for many years.
2013-02-13 | Comments
Singapore is a beautiful, vivid city with a population of roughly 5.3 million people. A lot of different cultures found their home in Singapore, not only from the surrounding countries like Malaysia but also far away countries like China, India and even as far as Europe and America. The economy is driven by both a large sea- and airport as well as the booming service sector.