Fujifilm UK Beginners Guides

Fujifilm UK began a series of videos for beginners last year to help new Fujifilm camera owners become comfortable with their equipment and it’s a good place for people new to Fujifilm to get started. There has been a big uptick in people joining out groups lately, which is hopefully due to them receiving Fujifilm cameras over the holidays. These videos are useful for all Fujifilm cameras and lenses.

Fujifilm GFX Owners Group
Fujifilm X-H Owners Group
Fujifilm X-T Owners Group
Fujifilm X-Pro Owners Group
Fujifilm X-E Owners Group
Fujifilm X-A Owners Group
Fujifilm X100 Owners Group

There is a lot of content here to digest and Fujifilm UK probably hasn’t completed this series yet, but if you have questions you can always reach out on FujiAddict or in our groups. In 2018 I am going to make an effort to share more learning resources as I come across them because my interactions with readers have largely been to answer camera related questions that they might be embarrassed to ask publicly.

As I said in my previous post I want to encourage readers to have their best camera with them at all times and to encourage people around them to do the same, because camera phones simply don’t compare, especially when lighting conditions are less than ideal. Grabbing a Fujifilm X100F or X-E3 as you go out the door isn’t very hard to do and they are why I owned the cameras in the past. Let’s encourage better photography in every way we can in 2018 by helping each other understand what we are doing wrong and right in a productive way.

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