WPC: Serenity 1

macingosh fotografie, fujifilm x-t1, fujinon xc 50-230mm, olympiapark muenchen

A sunny afternoon in Munich’s Olympic Park.

(Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XC 50-230mm @ F6.7, 1/1000 sec., ISO 800)

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WPC: Signs 3

Zeche Zollverein Essen, Fujifilm X-System, macingosh fotografie

“Danger! Explosives! Keep Out!” Seen on the old Cokery of Zeche Zollverein, Essen, Rhine-Ruhr-area.

Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XF35mmF1.4 R @ F2.8, 1/30 sec., ISO 200

The Originators’ Northern Soul & the Fujifilm X-System

The Originators are a Dutch Northern Soul band from the Amsterdam-Utrecht area. Actually they are one of a very limited number of live-bands working that musical field today.

Back in June I had the opportunity to see them live on stage for my very first time and thought it might be a good opportunity to check out the super-low-light-gig-shooting abilities of the X-Pro 1 and and X-T1. To cut a long story short, it was worth every penny. I mean both, the admittance for the concert as well as the big bucks I’ve spent for the photo gear during the last months. Well, as to the second point I knew that before already.

The Originators are an eleven-strong bunch of highly gifted and professional musicians and they are performing a real strong show on stage. Personally I would always classify the gig amongst my favourite top ten of the last years. So, if you have the chance go and see them, I’m sure you won’t regret. If you like, find some more information here.

Finally, for the gear-heads: hardware for the evening was Fujifilm X-Pro1 and X-T1, Fujinon XF 18mm F2, XF 35mm F1.4, XF 56mm F1.2, XC 50-230mm F4.5-6.7 as well as Zeiss Touit 2.8/12mm.

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XF35mm @ F2, 1/125 sec. ISO 6400

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F3.6, 1/180 sec. ISO 2500

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F3.6, 1/180 sec. ISO 2500

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F3.6, 1/180 sec. ISO 1600

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F3.2, 1/180 sec. ISO 1600

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F1.2, 1/180 sec. ISO 4000

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F3.6, 1/180 sec. ISO 2500

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F1.2, 1/180 sec. ISO 2500

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F1.2, 1/180 sec. ISO 2500

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F1.8, 1/180 sec. ISO 1600

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F3.2, 1/180 sec. ISO 4000

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyLens in full blossom, camera at high ISOs: Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XF18mm @ F2, 1/1000 sec. ISO 6400

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F1.2, 1/180 sec. ISO 2500

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F1.8, 1/180 sec. ISO 1600

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F1.6, 1/180 sec. ISO 1600

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F1.6, 1/180 sec. ISO 2500

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyHigh ISOs for the X-Pro1 again. Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XF35mm @ F3.2, 1/180 sec. ISO 6400

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F1.2, 1/180 sec. ISO 2500

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F1.8, 1/180 sec. ISO 2500

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyThe Zeiss Touit 2.8/12mm is perfect for capturing the entire stage and may add some dramatic perspective on top. Fujifilm X-Pro1, Zeiss Touit 12mm @ F2.8, 1/125 sec. ISO 6400

the originators, northern soul band, macingosh photographyFujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XF56mm @ F1.6, 1/180 sec. ISO 1600

WPC: Work of Art

dianatempel, hofgarten, muenchen, macingosh photography

The top of the Dianatempel (Temple of Diana) in the center of the Hofgarten, Munich.

Die Kuppel des Dianatempels im Zentrum des Hofgartens, München.

Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XC50-230mm @ F11, 1/320 sec. ISO 400

WPC: On the Move 2

weekly photo challenge, on the move, fujifilm x-pro1, macingosh photography

Passengers waiting for their train at the mainstation of… yes, you’ve got it! Hannover.

Wartende Bahnreisende am Hauptbahnhof von… Genau! Hannover.

Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XC 50-230mm @ 120mm, F6.4, 1/1000 sec., ISO 800

WPC: On the Move 1

weekly photo challenge, on the move, macingosh photography

London, Clapham Commons, shot during a short holiday there in december 2013.

Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XF35mmF1.4 R @ F8, 1/250 sec., ISO 400

WPC: Letters 2

fujifilm x-pro1, fujinon xf 35mm1.4 R, macingosh photography muenchen

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Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XF35mmF1.4 R © F8, 1/125 sec., ISO 100

WPC: Letters 1

fujifilm x-pro1, fujinon xf35mm, macingosh photography, muenchen

Fujifilm X-Pro 1, Fujinon XF 35mm @ F16, 1/250 sec., ISO 800

WPC: On Top 3

fujifilm x-pro1, fujinon xc50-230mm, macingosh photography, muenchen

On top of the Olympic Park Hill, Munich.

Auf dem Olympiaberg, München.

Fujifilm X-Pro 1, Fujinon XC 50-230mm @ 192 mm, F9, 1/500 sec., ISO 800

WPC: On Top 2

fujifilm x-pro1, fujinon xc50-230mm, macingosh photography, muenchen

Fujifilm X-Pro 1, Fujinon XC 50-230mm @ 230 mm, F6.7, 1/500 sec., ISO 200

WPC: On Top 1

zeche zollverein, essen, ruhrgebiet, zeiss touit 12mm

My first entry for this weeks photo challenge. Shot on the location of Zeche Zollverein (Colliery Zollverein) in my former hometown Essen, once the biggest coalmine in the world. I have spent a whole daytime there shooting recently. Without exageration I can say that it was quite a fruitful day. I will post much more of this in the future and at that opportunity will tell you some more about the history of this impressive place.

Mein erster Beitrag zur aktuellen Weekly Photo Challenge (Link steht oben). Das Foto entstand während einer ganztägigen Session auf der Zeche Zollverein, einstmals die weltweit größte Kohlenzeche überhaupt, in meiner alten Heimat Essen. Ohne zu übertreiben kann man sagen, dass der Tag – zumindest fotografisch – sehr ergiebig verlief. In der nächsten Zeit werde ich noch eine ganze Reihe weiterer Fotos der Session hier posten und bei dieser Gelegenheit gibt es dann auch einige Hintergrundinformationen über die Geschichte dieser eindrucksvollen Location.

Fujifilm X-Pro1, Zeiss Touit® 2.8/12mm @ F11, 1/125 sec., ISO 200

A foggy day in the mountains

tirol, achenkirch, berglandschaft, fujinon xc 50-230mm, macingosh photography

Captured earlier this year during a daytrip to Tyrol, Austria.

Aufgenommen im Januar dieses Jahres in Tirol, Österreich.

Fujifilm X-Pro 1, Fujinon XC 50-230mm @ F6.7, 1/250 sec., ISO 1600

Schloss Nymphenburg & ZEISS Touit® 2.8/12 mm

Premiere today. The first bilingual post here. And it will become the new standard on this blog. From now on, all posts are going to be written in German and English language, except when there’s very little words that do not need translation.
It was about time for a new entry to the Fujifilm X vehicle fleet. The wide-angle range needed an expansion. After a longer phase of research and thinking and research and rethinking I finally took the decision for the ZEISS Touit 2.8/12. First impression: just marvellous! The whole piece feels like everything is put together very well, following a well-conceived conception of clarity and simplicity (designwise). When making my researches in the web, more than once I read complaints about the very modern and sleek design that doesn’t fit with the retro-style of the X-Pro1. Frankly speaking, maybe that’s right, but personally I am not wearing a camera as a fashion accessory. I’m just interested in the picture quality it provides and not about the way it looks.

Only negative point for me was the fact that the aperture ring is turning very smooth. To smooth. That means that in the moment you’re holding the camera at the lens or you’re just picking it out of your bag the aperture ring will certainly be turned and you have to adjust it again. Apart from that, the lens delivers exactly what I expected for its (far away from bargain) price and from its focal length. No issues detected.

Chance brought it about that on my way back I passed by Schloss Nymphenburg (Nymphenburg Palace) in the west of Munich. The buildings and the surrounding parks date back to the 17th century and the castle itself is one of the biggest royal palaces in Europe and a highly frequented attraction in Munich today. The extremely spacious edifices and park areas were begging for some superwideangle-shots so I decided to follow their request. As I only had 45 minutes to explore the whole territory (which normally deserves about half a day) I nearly shot in running mode. Considering that the results are alright as I think. See them below. Hope you enjoy.

Click on the pictures to see them in original size (4896 x 3264 pix). No sharpening, no lens correction. What you see is what the lens (and the camera) can do. All photos where shot in colour and and with the exception of two converted into black and white afterwards. All photos here are for demonstration only and were not made or published for marketing or selling purposes.

Heute gibt es eine Premiere. Nachdem der Blog von Anfang an ausschließlich in Englisch „betrieben” wurde, werden von jetzt an alle Artikel zweisprachig, Englisch und Deutsch, erscheinen. Ausnahme bleiben reine Foto-Beiträge mit sehr wenig Wortgehalt, der keiner Übersetzung bedarf.
Es war mal wieder Zeit für eine Neuanschaffung für den Fujifilm X-Fuhrpark. Dieses Mal sollte der Weitwinkelbereich erweitert werden. Bis dato war das Fujinon XF 18mm mein Weitwinkelglas für das X-System, aber besonders im Landschafts- und Architekturbereich stößt man mit umgerechnet 27 mm (umgerechnet auf Kleinbild) doch sehr schnell an die Grenzen des Machbaren. Wollte ich ein weiteres Feld ins Bild fassen, musste ich auf mein Canon EOS-System mit dem Tokina 2.8/11-16mm Aspherical zurückgreifen. Nun macht es nicht immer wirklich Spaß, permanent zwei komplette Kamerasysteme mit sich herumzuschleppen, schließlich möchte man ja die Vorteile des leichten und kompakten X-Systems genießen können.

Die Entscheidung war also klar: ein Superweitwinkel für die X-Pro1 musste her. Es wurde überlegt und recherchiert und überlegt und recherchiert, oftmals mit täglich wechselnden Entscheidungen. Um die Sache kurz zu fassen: letzte Woche gab es Butter bei die Fische und ich hielt schlussendlich das heiß ersehnte ZEISS Touit 2.8/12 in meinen Händen. Erster Eindruck: sagenhaft! Sehr wertige Verarbeitung, alles wirkt, als wäre es gut durchdacht und konsequent umgesetzt. Das sehr moderne Design, welches speziell in Verbindung mit der X-Pro1 häufig kritisiert wird, da es mit der Retro-Anmutung der Fujifilm-Bildmaschine stilistisch so gar nicht zusammenpassen will, stört mich ehrlich gesagt nicht. Mich interessieren nur die Ergebnisse. Schließlich hänge ich mir die Kamera nicht als Mode-Accessoire um den Hals, sondern um damit Fotos zu schaffen.

Einziger für mich erkennbarer Minuspunkt: der Blendenring läuft sehr weich. Zu weich. Sobald man die Kamera am Objektiv festhält oder aus der Tasche holt, hat man praktisch schon den Blendenwert verstellt. Hier wäre eine etwas härtere Rastung sicher wünschenswert. Ansonsten liefert das Touit genau das, was ich in diesem Bereich (und in diesem Preissegment) erwarte.

Der Zufall wollte es, dass mich mein Weg am Tag des Kaufs am Schloss und Park Nymphenburg vorbeiführte. Kurzer Abstecher, eine Dreiviertelstunde war Zeit. Das weitläufige Gelände drängt sich für starke Weitwinkelbrennweiten geradezu auf und da wäre es doch schade, die Gelegenheit nicht zu nutzen. Also in Windeseile durch (fast) das gesamte Gelände gerannt, wofür man sich eigentlich mindestens einen halben Tag Zeit nehmen sollte, und auf die schnelle eine Reihe von Referenz-Fotos geschossen. Ergebnisse: siehe unten. Viel Spaß beim Betrachten.

Alle Bilder lassen sich durch Klicken in voller Auflösung (4896 x 3264 Pixel) öffnen. Die Fotos wurden alle in Farbe erstellt und – bis auf zwei Ausnahmen – in Schwarzweiss gewandelt. Ansonsten keinerlei Nachbearbeitung, also kein Schärfen, keine Objektivkorrektur etc. Die Bilder dienen ausschließlich Demonstrationszwecken und wurden nicht für Marketing- oder Verkaufszwecke erstellt bzw. veröffentlicht. Alle Bildrechte liegen beim Autoren.

schloss nymphenburg, munich sightseeing, zeiss touit 2.8/12, macingosh fotografieFujifilm X-Pro1, Zeiss Touit® 2.8/12mm @ F13, 1/60 sec., ISO 200

schloss nymphenburg, munich sightseeing, zeiss touit 2.8/12, macingosh fotografieFujifilm X-Pro1, Zeiss Touit® 2.8/12mm @ F16, 1/30 sec., ISO 100

schloss nymphenburg, munich sightseeing, zeiss touit 2.8/12, macingosh fotografieFujifilm X-Pro1, Zeiss Touit® 2.8/12mm @ F13, 1/60 sec., ISO 100

schloss nymphenburg, munich sightseeing, zeiss touit 2.8/12, macingosh fotografieFujifilm X-Pro1, Zeiss Touit® 2.8/12mm @ F18, 1/125 sec., ISO 100

schloss nymphenburg, munich sightseeing, zeiss touit 2.8/12, macingosh fotografieFujifilm X-Pro1, Zeiss Touit® 2.8/12mm @ F16, 1/60 sec., ISO 200

schloss nymphenburg, munich sightseeing, zeiss touit 2.8/12, macingosh fotografieFujifilm X-Pro1, Zeiss Touit® 2.8/12mm @ F16, 1/125 sec., ISO 200

schloss nymphenburg, munich sightseeing, zeiss touit 2.8/12, macingosh fotografieFujifilm X-Pro1, Zeiss Touit® 2.8/12mm @ F5.6, 1/60 sec., ISO 100

schloss nymphenburg, munich sightseeing, zeiss touit 2.8/12, macingosh fotografieFujifilm X-Pro1, Zeiss Touit® 2.8/12mm @ F16, 1/30 sec., ISO 100

schloss nymphenburg, munich sightseeing, zeiss touit 2.8/12, macingosh fotografieFujifilm X-Pro1, Zeiss Touit® 2.8/12mm @ F18, 1/60 sec., ISO 200

schloss nymphenburg, munich sightseeing, zeiss touit 2.8/12, macingosh fotografieFujifilm X-Pro1, Zeiss Touit® 2.8/12mm @ F16, 1/125 sec., ISO 200

1 Euro!

fujifilm x-pro1, fujinon XF35mm, sonnenstrasse, muenchen, macingosh fotografie

Shot on Sonnenstrasse, Munich.

Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XF35mm F1.4 R @ F1.8, 1/640 sec., ISO 6400

WPC: Inside 2

weekly photo challenge, portrait, fujifilm x-pro1, fujinon xf 35mm, macingosh photography

weekly photo challenge, portrait, fujifilm x-pro1, fujinon xf 35mm, macingosh photography

weekly photo challenge, portrait, fujifilm x-pro1, fujinon xf 35mm, macingosh photography

My son has a strong passion for exploring dead spaces he finds everywhere. He definitely does not suffer from claustrophobia. This time it was the cavity underneath the window display in a sporting goods store. The owner of the shop must have been very glad that somebody finally collected all the dirt of an estimated 30 years there with his clothes.

Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XF35mm F1.4 R @ F2, 1/125 sec., ISO 1600

WPC: Inside 1

weekly photo challenge, inside, macingosh photography

Inside a very traditional brewery in Esslingen.

Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XF35mm F1.4 R @ F1.4, 1/125 sec., ISO 12800

The Wanderers

achenkirch, oesterreich, macingosh fotografie

Captured in the touristic village of Achenkirch, Tyrol, Austria.

Fujifilm X-Pro 1, Fujinon XC 50-230mm @ 230mm, F13, 1/250 sec., ISO 200

Greyscale

neblige landschaft, macingosh, muenchen

A misty morning somewhere in between the Munich city limits and Franz-Josef-Strauss Airport.

Fujifilm X-Pro 1, Fujinon XC 50-230mm @ 230mm, F6.7, 1/125 sec., ISO 800

Back from the USSR

zenith helios 44m, fujifilm x-pro1, portrait lens, macingosh fotografie

My dearly beloved X-Pro1 asked for a little attention so I decided to treat her a nice vintage portrait lens, the Zenit Helios-44M. Those lenses were produced in old Soviet Russia from 1958 to the early 1990s and are best known for their very special bokeh and excellent portrait skills. Unsurprisingly the lens comes in heavy-duty production quality. I am sure it can be used as a weapon in case of emergency and I really wouldn’t wonder if the metal housing was made of the armour steel of a scrapped T-34 tank. :-)

Did a handful of test shootings yesterday: what a sweet shard.

(Sorry for the poor image quality. Contrary to usual practice the photo was done with an iPhone in low light.)

The blue jacket

odeonsplatz, muenchen, macingosh photographie

Shot on the Odeonsplatz, Munich on a rainy day last January. I am still pretty much impressed about the colours and the sharpness the X-Pro1 delivers. The picture is unedited (except watermarking).

Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XF 35mm F1.4 R @ F2.8, 1/60 sec., ISO 800.

WPC: Object 2

ferrari 750 monza, macingosh photographie, muenchen

Object… of desire. When I saw this most beautiful 1950s Ferrari at a gas station I just couldn’t resist takin’ a few snapshots. I was in a hurry, so no time for shooting some frames of the front. My knowledge about Ferraris is very limited, but after some searching I’d say this is a 750 Monza from 1955. Correct me if I’m wrong, Enzo-afficionados.

WPC: Window 2

London, windows, macingosh photography, muenchen

Shop window near Covent Garden Piazza, London.

Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XF 35mm F1.4 R. F2, 1/680 sec., ISO 1600.

London seen through the FUJINON XC 4.5-6.7/50-230mm OIS

Happy new year and hello again everybody. As you may have noticed I took a longer break of two months from blogging. Well, I’m back and I promise to post regularly again in the future.

What happened in the meantime? I finally fulfilled one of my dreams and got myself a fabulous Fujifilm X-PRO1 together with 18mm and 35mm Fujinon-lenses. For financial reasons my daily attendant the X-100 which was responsible for most postings on this blog had to leave the house. A little bit sad, but hey, I’ve got a new friend with even greater capabilities.

About two weeks ago I thought It would be nice to expand workspace towards the telephoto range. Basicly I intended to buy the Fujinon XF55-200mm F3.5-4.8 OIS but then accidentally stumbled upon a demonstration model of its favourable brother the new Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS. What can I say? For 260 Euros I just had to give it a whack. Just for the record: the original price is about 400 Euros ($ 400 in the US). If you insist in more lightstrength, more metal and less plastic the XF55-200mm will slim down your wallet to another three hundos. Relax, I don’t want to bore you with technical details, performance tables or benchmark tests. If your looking for this you can find lots of sources elsewhere giving you all the chiffres you need.

The point of matter is that I could barely find any sample photos created with that lens in the web. So, when I took a 5-day-trip to London over the new years eve I decided to explore the city through my new achievement and share it. And if you have no interest in the lens I hope that you still enjoy the pictures. By the way: generally the weather was foggy, rainy, windy and cold of course. If you go to Britain you can’t expect a Caribbean feeling for sure, particularly not in December. Still enjoyed my stay in one of the worlds most interesting cities a lot.

All photos were shot handheld often using high ISO due to the lack of a tripod (I was with my family and I didn’t want to let them wait every few minutes so I just shot “quick and dirty”.). The pictures come in their original size and are not edited (except watermarking).

All photos here are for demonstration only and were not made for marketing or selling purposes.

London, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
Full length and opened to the max. 230 mm, F6.7, 1/125 sec., ISO 3200.

London Eye, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
Another example on the long distance with maximum aperture: 230 mm, F6.7, 1/75 sec., ISO 3200. The stabilizer did a good job.

London Tower Bridge, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
Give the stabilization system a break. 230 mm, F6.7, 1/1000 sec., ISO 800.

London, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
A last one with fully opened aperture: 230 mm, F6.7, 1/1100 sec., ISO 1600.

London Clapham, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
230 mm, F8, 1/950 sec., ISO 6400.

London Clapham, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
A little more depth of field: 230 mm, F8, 1/250 sec., ISO 3200.

London Covent Garden, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
Even more depth of field: 230 mm, F11, 1/420 sec., ISO 1600.

London, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
And even more, close to the maximum: 230 mm, F16, 1/500 sec., ISO 800.

London, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
128 mm, F5.8, 1/900 sec., ISO 1600.

London, Thames, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
135 mm, F6.4, 1/500 sec., ISO 800.

London, Clapham, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
Early morning scenery in Clapham. 120 mm, F8, 1/800 sec., ISO 6400.

London,, Thames, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
At the river Thames. 172 mm, F8, 1/500 sec., ISO 800.

London, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
December rain scenery. 80 mm, F6.4, 1/250 sec., ISO 3200.

London, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
Giving ’em a little more time. 80 mm, F6.4, 1/125 sec., ISO 3200.

London, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
80 mm, F5.6, 1/150 sec., ISO 1600.

London, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
We’re getting closer to the shortest focal length: 75 mm, F6.4, 1/250 sec., ISO 3200.

London, Covent Garden, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
63 mm, F5, 1/160 sec., ISO 1600.

London Eye, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
A London Eye detail again. This time at shortest focal length and maximum aperture. 50 mm, F4.5, 1/340 sec., ISO 3200.

London Clapham, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
And higher ISO for some early morning Clapham shutters. 50 mm, F4.5, 1/140 sec., ISO 6400.

DSCF6610_Fujinon_XC50-230mm_F4.5-6.7_OIS_macingosh
50 mm, F5, 1/2000 sec., ISO 1600.

London, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
50 mm, F5.6, 1/125 sec., ISO 800.

London, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
Impressive stabilization job. 1/20 sec. out of the hand. 50 mm, F6.4, 1/20 sec., ISO 3200.

London, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
50 mm, F8, 1/170 sec., ISO 6400.

London, Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS, macingosh photography
50 mm, F14, 1/1000 sec., ISO 800.