Fujifilm Hot Summer Savings Sunday


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Fujifilm GFX50R (Save $500): B&H Photo /  Amazon / Adorama

X Series Savings Apply With or Without Lenses
X-H1 w Grip + 8-16mm f/2.8 (Save $1000) $299:
B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
X-H1 w Grip + 16-55mm f/2.8 (Save $800) $499:
B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
X-H1 w Grip + 50-140mm f/2.8 (Save $300) $999:
B&H Photo / AmazonAdorama
X-H1 w Grip + 100-400mm (Save $300) $999:
B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

X-H1 Body with Grip Kit (Save $300) $999:
B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

Fujifilm X-Pro2 (Save $200): B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Fujifilm X-E3 (Save $100): B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

Other Deals
X-Mount Lens Deals
Lexar Professional 2000x 64GB
Sony High-Speed SD Cards
Memory Card Savings
Power Banks
Zeiss X-mount Lenses

Software Deals
Luminar 2018 & Aurora HDR 2018 (Savings code FUJIADDICT)
ON1 Photo RAW 2019
Photolemur
Picktorial

Battery Banks For Fujifilm Cameras
Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD
PowerCore+26800 PD
other more affordable options


New Apple iPad Pro and More: B&H Photo / Adorama
New Apple iMac Pro: B&H Photo / Adorama
New Apple MBP: B&H Photo / Adorama
MacBook Pro (Savings still available): B&H Photo

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Fujifilm GFX100 Technical Analysis Part 4: Final Round-up


Jim Kasson finished his GFX100 testing and I have to agree with him that the GFX100 is not a nitch camera. You can go through the first round-up here, the second round-up here and the third round-up here. Jim did some additional testing with an Epson P800 here if you want to read about it, but I left it out of this final round-up since most will order prints form a professional shop instead of printing at home.

The Last Word – GFX 100 self-heating read noise and EDR

There is a very small gradual increase in the noise, amounting to about 0.2 counts. This is nothing to worry about.

The Last Word – Fujifilm GFX 100 conclusions

Before the GFX 100 shipped, there were many who said that it would be a niche camera, with volume a tiny fraction of that for its 50-MP brethren. I doubted that then. I doubt it even more now.

Fujifilm GFX News, Rumors, and Collaboration
Fujifilm GFX Owners Group
Fujifilm GFX Page

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Fujifilm GFX100: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

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Novoflex Automatic Reverse Adapter For Fujifilm X (FUX-RETRO)

Novoflex announced a new FUX-RETRO automatic reverse adapter for Fujifilm X cameras in addition to new automatic bellows that they released earlier this week:

Products for close-up and macro photography are a specialty of NOVOFLEX and enjoy an excellent reputation in the photographic world. The Memmingen based company is now adding four new automatic reverse adapters for the camera systems Canon EOS-R, Fujifilm X, L-Mount (Leica, Panasonic, Sigma) and Nikon Z to complement its extensive assortment.

Already with the kit lenses in retro position the new reverse adap- ters enable an easy access to the fascinating world of macro pho- tography. In fact, the achievable reproduction scale is larger than in case of most of the significantly more expensive macro lenses. The reverse adapters are compatible for all prime lenses and nearly every zoom lens. Recommended are zoom lenses in the lower focal length segment. The huge number of compatible lenses as well as the use of a bellow, offer a manifold combination potential.

The new adapters transfer all control features between camera and lens. As standard they are supplied with a 58 mm filter thread. Appropriate lens adapters are available for lenses with filter diameters from 37 mm to 82 mm. In order to protect the sensitive rear lens element NOVOFLEX supplies a high-quality, multi-layered protection filter „Made in Germany“ from the manufacturer Heliopan.

General advantages at a glance:

  • small and light-weight
  • all functions of the lens remain unchanged • multi-purpose combination possibilities

Advantages over macro lenses:

  • greater image scales
  • inexpensive solution

Advantages over extension tubes:

  • lighter and smaller
  • gapless transition from normal to extreme image scales

Advantages over close-up lenses:

  • remarkably higher image scales
  • greater versatility in terms of image scales

Order codes:

  • Canon EOS-R: EOSR-RETRO
  • Fujifilm X: FUX-RETRO
  • L-Mount: LET-RETRO
  • Nikon Z: NIKZ-RETRO

For US pricing and availability check B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama and shipping should start in September

via NikonRumors

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Viltrox EF-FX Firmware Update Released


Viltrox released two firmware update for the Viltrox EF-FX1/2 in quick succession. Version 2.24 “Fixed XH1 lens error BUG”, which was followed by Version 2.25 that “Solved the autofocus problem of Canon EF-24-70MM F2.8 L IS II.”

You should only need to download Version 2.25 for the Viltrox EF-FX2/1

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Viltrox EF-FX2: B&H Photo / Amazon
Viltrox EF-FX1: B&H Photo / Amazon

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Fujifilm Camera Remote Updated With X-A7 Support


Fujifilm released camera remote application 4.2 for iOS today and Android is lagging behind again.

4.2.0
Now it supports X-A7.
Bug Fixes and performance improvements.
*Above feature varies depending on the camera you use.

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Fujifilm X-A7: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

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Fujifilm X-Summit 2019 Shibuya Sep. 20th, 1PM GMT


Fujifilm has another X-Summit coming next week. The event will be livestreamed like the last one, which you can watch below or you can check out or coverage here. X-Summits are for fans and Fujifilm generally tries to load them up with new details of what’s to come so we should see some big announcements and a new roadmap during the show, maybe even some more prototypes. Stay tuned for more coverage.

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