Fujifilm

Firmware V1.10 for X-T1 | Fujifilm Global

The firmware update Ver. 1.10 from Ver. 1.00 incorporates the following issues:

  1. Addition of compatibility with “XF18-135mmF3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR”
    To ensure that autofocus performs as expected, upgrade the firmware for the camera.
  2. Improvement of “Exposure compensation/exposure indicator” in EVF
    Values are added to the scales of the indicator for better visibility.
  3. Improvement of Movie-record button operability
    To avoid an accidental movie shooting, the delayed time will become longer between the moment you press the button and a movie shooting starts or ends.
  4. The phenomenon is fixed that images are not recorded with the set interval when “INTERVAL” in “INTERVAL TIMER SHOOTING” is set to 5 sec or less. In this case, the setting of “IMAGE DISP.” in “SCREEN SET-UP” will change to “OFF” automatically.

Precaution

  1. If firmware updating fails, the camera may no longer operate correctly in some cases. Carefully read the notes provided here.
  2. Always use the fully-charged battery when updating the firmware as a basic manner. Never turn the camera off or attempt to use any of the camera controls while the firmware is being overwritten.
  3. Firmware updating requires approximately 90 seconds.
  4. Once the firmware has been updated, some data of the previous version cannot be restored.

Source: www.fujifilm.com

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Firmware V3.30 for X-Pro1 | Fujifilm Global

The firmware update Ver. 3.30 from Ver. 3.20 incorporates the following issues:

  1. Addition of compatibility with “XF18-135mmF3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR”
    To ensure that autofocus performs as expected, upgrade the firmware for the camera.
  2. Change of aperture display for zoom lenses
    Display of aperture value when zooming with the shutter button pressed halfway will become same as the display when zooming without the shutter button pressed.

Source: www.fujifilm.com

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Firmware V2.10 for X-E2 | Fujifilm Global

The firmware update Ver. 2.10 from Ver. 2.00 incorporates the following issues:

  1. Addition of compatibility with “XF18-135mmF3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR”
    To ensure that autofocus performs as expected, upgrade the firmware for the camera.
  2. Change of aperture display for zoom lenses
    Display of aperture value when zooming with the shutter button pressed halfway will become same as the display when zooming without the shutter button pressed.

Source: www.fujifilm.com

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Firmware V2.30 for X-E1 | Fujifilm Global

Detail of the update

The firmware update Ver. 2.30 from Ver. 2.20 incorporates the following issues:

  1. Addition of compatibility with “XF18-135mmF3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR”
    To ensure that autofocus performs as expected, upgrade the firmware for the camera.
  2. Change of aperture display for zoom lenses
    Display of aperture value when zooming with the shutter button pressed halfway will become same as the display when zooming without the shutter button pressed.

Source: www.fujifilm.com

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Why I Chose Fujifilm Over Full-Frame | The Phoblographer

With a few weeks to go before the end of May, when I was due to fly out to Istanbul for a summer internship, I found that I was in the market for a new camera. I’ve been a Sony shooter for the past four years, and since I would be photographing quite a lot for the internship, I wanted to have another camera. If my a580 bit the dust, it would be far too expensive to replace it here in Istanbul, and I couldn’t take that chance. I was caught between an a99 and any of Fujifilm’s offerings. I ultimately went with the X-Pro1. Here’s why……….

Source: www.thephoblographer.com

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Fujifilm launches its first weather resistant XF lens
FUJINON LENS XF18-135mmF3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR | Fujifilm

Fujifilm Corporation (President: Shigehiro Nakajima) is announcing the release of its XF18-135mm high magnification zoom lens. The XF18-135mmF3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR will be available from July 2014.

This latest addition to the company’s line up of profession-grade lenses for X-series interchangeable-lens cameras covers a wide shooting range of 27mm wide-angle to 206mm telephoto equivalent*. It has the world’s most advanced 5.0-stop image stabilization technology** and features a dust-proof and waterproof structure with weather resistant sealing applied to more than 20 different areas of the lens…….

See on www.fujifilm.com

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Photographer’s Guidebook – X-Pro1 | Fujifilm

An official guidebook for the premium interchangeable lens camera, FUJIFILM X-Pro1. The Photographer’s Guidebook is intended to help users enjoy photography even more with tips on how to use each of the various functions.

The Guidebook includes….

  • An interview of photographer Mr.Yoichi Sone and a gallery of his works from Macao.
  • Instructions on how to use the attached RAW file converter……

See on offers.fujifilm.com.au

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“My” Perfect System! | Bill Fortney

If this is “My” perfect system how does that help you???!!!  Well, building a system is all about knowing who you are, what you like to shoot, and what suits you!  I’ve been working on my system for the last 45 years, and it has changed many, many, many times, call me fickle, but every change was because I learned something!  Since this is a teaching moment, let me walk you through the process:
 

  1. List the kinds of subjects you shoot.
  2. Decide what brand you prefer.
  3. Determine how much you want to carry and how you are going to work with your system?
  4. Make a reasonable estimate of your budget. ………………..

See on billfortney.com

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The beautiful blueprints for Fujifilm’s camera of the future |
The Verge

For a very long time, the conventional wisdom has been that if you want to take great photos, you buy a DSLR from Canon or Nikon. But cameras don’t need to be as big to achieve the same quality these days. Fujifilm has built up a strong reputation among photographers since it released the unique X100 in 2011, and the company’s X-series of mirrorless cameras are winning fans for their focus on physical controls, fast lenses, and head-turning design. The latest model, the X-T1, received a glowing review from The Verge last month; it’s Fujifilm’s best, most reliable camera to date, but also one that represents a stylistic shift for the company. And as the team behind the product tells me, every tiny detail was agonized over before it came to life. The X-T1’s new direction ran the risk of disappointing Fujifilm fans. Every X-series mirrorless camera to date had featured a slick, compact rangefinder-style design that took cues from the likes of Leica and Contax, but Fujifilm started afresh with a silhouette that looks much closer to an SLR. It’s an interesting move — while mirrorless cameras haven’t yet made much impact on DSLR sales, they fill a similar role to light, travel-friendly rangefinders did in the film era. With the X-T1, however, Fujifilm is making a statement that its mirrorless cameras can compete on the same level as SLRs……

See on www.theverge.com

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Instax Share SP-1 Printer | Othman Kammah

Let’s talk about looks, since that is the first thing you experience. The SP-1 is very sleek, very ergonomic, yet very futuristic. A real departure from the X series cameras (and the Instax Mini 90) most of us are now accustomed to. It’s white, glossy, and has rounded edges galore. It does look good however, don’t take me wrong. It reminds me of a plain white canvas, a medium for your art. Something I like very much is that the SP-1 takes a very minimal approach to physical user interaction. On the front you see a power button as well as the film release slot, simple enough. The top of the unit shows you a battery indicator as well as an indicator for the amount of exposures left (a very handy feature that the Instax cameras have as well)……
 
See on www.kammah.ca

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