Fuji X-Pro1 App

Discussion in 'Fuji X Forum' started by macjim, Aug 7, 2012.

  1. macjim

    macjim SC Regular

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  2. macjim

    macjim SC Regular

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    Oh, it's a large app size so you'll need a good amount of free space.


    Cheers, Macjim.
     
  3. Biro

    Biro SC All-Pro

    Aug 7, 2011
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    Steve
    Thanks!
     
  4. Amin Sabet

    Amin Sabet Administrator

    Jul 3, 2010
    Kind of like the X-Pro 1


    j/k :rofl:
     
  5. Phoenix

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    Phoenix Gonzales
    But lighter than I expected :tongue:
     
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  6. Pelao

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    Stephen
    And yet, the images are amazing...

    Amin with a sense of humour. Scary stuff people.:eek: :biggrin:
     
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  7. BruPri

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    Bruce J. Pritchard
    Apparently this is an iPad only app?
     
  8. macjim

    macjim SC Regular

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    Yup
     
  9. Arjay

    Arjay New to SC

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    The app is a mixed bag. The sections about camera, lenses and accessories basically are beefed-up brochures.

    Where it's getting interesting is the section about film simulations - it's full of interesting examples of which simulation to choose for what picture scenario. Pretty helpful.

    The most interesting section is that about Silkypix. Looking into this chapter explains why Silkypix is having such a hard time in a user community that grew up on Photoshop and its derivatives. Silkypix is based on a somewhat different post-processing paradigm, and the Silkypix chapter is outlining that methodology quite neatly.

    For someone who has used Western image editors such as PS, the terminology used in Silkypix is rather unconventional. The software localization translator did not do a good job on the English language version of Silkypix (it appears he did e.g. not know the correct translation Japanese equivalent of "vignetting" - he's using another word in the software). The Fuji app however does a reasonable job in straightening out these terminology problems.
     
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