- Fujifilm GFX: It is finally here!
- Sri Lanka Street Photography
- Fuji XT-2: I love it.
- Fuji XT-2 Firmware Upgrade 2.0 REVIEW
- Macedonia with the Fuji X System (Picture Heavy Post)
- Using my X Pro 1 over a DSLR for a Job by Stephen Swain
- Overview of the Fuji XF 18-55mm Lens – The King of Kit Lenses
- [Pics] 10 days in Japan with the Fuji X-Pro2 (and Leica Q): Fujifilm X System / SLR Talk Forum: Digital Photography Review
- Fujifilm GFX 50s or Sony A7R2? is it worth upgrading
- Creating a Flat Profile for X100F
- How to Use a Neutral Density Filter to Control Depth of Field
- Fuji 120/4 Macro at 1:2 on GFX: LoCA and focus shift
- Fujifilm X-T20 Mirrorless Camera Review:
- Fujifilm launches new professional support program in the U.S. for GFX System owners
- Insane photo editing in Camera Raw – Fujifilm GFX 50S
- Fujifilm GFX and Leica SL
- FujiFilm X-T20 in Lombok | Kristupa Saragih X-Photographer
- Adapting Lenses to the Fujifilm GFX
- Fujifilm X100F
- Fuji GFX 50S | A Working Day With A New Camera System | Fixation
- Fujifilm GFX 50S shooting experience
- The Profoto B2
- John Armstrong Photography testing Fujifilm GFX 50S Camera
- Real World Dynamic Range
- The Fujifilm GFX 50s Medium Format Camera System| A Review
- Fujifilm GF 32-64mm f/4 Examples, Eastern Sierra
- How I use my Fujifilm X70 for street photography
- TEST Alternative X100F
- Fuji X100F Review | Every wedding photographer loves „new camera day!“
Source: FUJIFILM INSIDER
The firmware update Ver.3.70 from Ver.3.61 incorporates the following issues:
- Specification when the CORRECTED AF FRAME is ON in the Shooting Menu has been changed.
The CORRECTED AF FRAME in the OVF is fixed on the recommended value described in the Owner’s manual.
If the minimum focus range of the attached lens is greater than the recommended value, the frame is displayed on the position of the minimum focus range.
*Upgrade the firmware of the lenses after the firmware of the camera is upgraded.
Camera Body / Lens Firmware Compatibility Table
Source: Fujifilm Global
Three epic days with some of the warmest and most welcoming people that I have met so far. I am going to let the images do all the talking on this one as it is a long post ; full of colour, details, love, tears and joy. Zyreeta, Vinoth and both side of the family, thank you for such an amazing experience, I thoroughly enjoyed myself and learnt so much! Looking forward seeing everyone again for pt 2 in october, not long to go now! Special thanks to Jon for capturing the groom preparations on day 3, its always a pleasure mate……
Recently I got this pop-up on my MAC informing on new Creative Cloud App updates, so I downloaded ´em & was looking at some high contrast images after import using Lightroom´s ACR (Adobe Camera RAW). Here FYI the JPEG SOOC, with totally jacked highlights & shadows. But when opening the RAW´s with ACR – what the … ??? ;-) Hey, could it be that Adobe´s now finally gotten their Fuji X-Trans rendering act together ? Intrigued by this performance I decided to (again … yawn ;-) compare Adobe´s Camera RAW (included in Lightroom & Photoshop CC) with the best external RAW converters out there (Iridient & Photo Ninja) – ya just gotta keep on your toes here ;-) please read on if interested! I´ve been using Photo Mechanic for culling / key-wording & Lightroom for (mobile) image management / processing since way back…….
When it comes to competitions, there’s typically not much entertainment in seeing one side totally dominate the other. Because of how long it’s been since the X-Pro1 has been released, or even received a firmware update,1 that’s sort of the situation we’re in with this comparison. We know the end result going into it, but seeing just how much the second iteration of the X-Pro line of bodies has improved over its predecessor should still at least be of some interest. I felt compelled to include this comparison for the posterity of the X-Pro, if nothing else. We’ll kick things of with a Specifications table that should have a lot of green in one side…..
Last time (see part 4 of this series Click Here) I spoke of archiving old images and re-discovering the “X-Pro1 Look”, leading me to decide to re-acquire the camera to use alongside my X-T1. I want to keep that theme going this week! People have so many questions about cameras, about the AF, or the DR, the start up time etcetc. My first question about a camera is; ‘so how do the images look’ I don’t mean at 100% view, I don’t mean after lengthy post process or with filters applied to the files. I simply mean; ‘what’s the look to the files?’ This to me is the big thing. Not that the other stuff isn’t important, of course it is! But to me, the look of the file is the gateway to the feeling of the image, and that can’t be underestimated. (Your opinion may vary!) So, having convinced myself that the X-Pro1 files had a signature that I liked, I wondered about what the actual differences were, and did some research to try and understand more…….
Following the launch of the Fujifilm X-T2 last week, we sat down with senior executives from Fujifilm.
- Yuji Igarashi, general manager of Fujifilm’s Electronic Imaging Division.
- Takashi Ueno, manager of Fujifilm’s Electronic Imaging Group Sales and Marketing and Optical Device and Electronic Imaging Products Divisions.
- Ryouichi Takamoto, Optical Device & Electronic Imaging Products Division, Sales and Marketing Staff.
We talked about the X-T2, Fujifilm’s plans for lenses, and why the company is putting a lot of energy into video. The following interview is taken from on-record portions of our conversation, and has been edited slightly for flow and clarity. …..
I am joking obviously, at least with regards to the contents of the image. This is by all accounts a crappy, ill-composed flash-lit picture of a toy bulldozer. Yet, it’s the fact that it was obviously lit by flash that makes this picture so interesting. Because… look at the Exif-info: that 1/8.000th isn’t a typo. No, after 5 years of Fujifilm X-series, it marks the start of a new era where Fujifilm users who like flash photography, will no longer be limited by their Fuji’s sync speed. On an X-Pro 2, that is 1/250th, on an X-T1, it’s 1/180th of a second. From now on, you’ll be able to shoot with flash at up to 1/8.000 of a second. The little wonder of technology that makes this possible is a radio transceiver called the Cactus V6 Mark II. And the opening shot is the first image I shot with it. As I wrote in this review, I was already quite fond of the original Cactus V6 Mark I as a radio trigger for Fujifilm cameras because it lets you control the power of say a Nikon SB900 manually and remotely by connecting it to a V6 switched to Rx (receiver) mode…..
FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) has announced that, in September, 2016, it will add the high-end multi-function external flash “Hot-shoe mount flash EF-X500” to the lineup of accessories for the X Series of digital cameras. The EF-X500 is a hot-shoe mount flash with the maximum guide number of approx. 50*. High-speed flash synchronization, FP mode, offers the flash at any shutter speed. This means you can concentrate on shooting even when a faster shutter speed is required, for example, in order to use a near-maximum aperture to produce beautiful bokeh. The EF-X500 also features wireless multi-flash TTL auto function. Setting up multiple flashes and freely controling light on a subject and background offer a creative result. The TTL auto function is available with multi-flash setup as well as single flash, so that you can start shooting without making additional adjustments to light output……