Future Firmware 1.10: Fringer NF-FX AF-C Nikon AF-S 500/4G VR on Fujifilm X-S10 Tested

Fringer NF-FX AF-C tracking test: Nikon AF-S 500/4G VR on Fujifilm X-S10
Fringer just tested and optimized the Nikon AF-S 500/4G VR. It works very well on Fujifilm X-Trans IV cameras. Fringer also optimized the AF-S 600/4G VR. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work as well as the 500/4G on X mount due to the power supply limitation.

The next firmware release, i.e. v1.10, will include supports for these lenses as well as some of the other big primes.

It seems Fringer is really pushing the limits of what glass can be driven with the Fringer NF-FX since the Nikon AF-S 500/4G VR works fine while the Nikon AF-S 600/4G VR works sporadically due to power supply limitations. I wonder if a bigger camera like the X-T4 can drive the Nikon AF-S 600/4G VR more reliably.

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