First 4 NOVOFLEX GFX Adapters Available For Order

In wenigen Tagen beginnen wir mit der Auslieferung der ersten 4 Adapter für die neue Fujifilm Cameras GFX 50s. Die…

Posted by NOVOFLEX Präzisionstechnik GmbH on Wednesday, May 17, 2017

“In a few days we will begin with the delivery of the first 4 Adapter for the new Fujifilm Cameras Gfx 50 s. Be the first adapter for Canon FD, Leica M and r and Nikon lenses are available. Another adapter and a connection to our universal brat broadcasted the balpro series will follow. Particularly interesting are the lens adapter with mm -/ connection for tilt shift lenses, as their image circle in any case, is big enough to also the greater sensorformat the gfx 50 s fully. However, there are also many other mm lenses an image circle, that’s bigger than the actual kleinbildformat and therefore no respectively. For only minor vignetti. Also particularly based many of the older, Classic mm lenses on objectively invoices of large respectively. Medium Format Lenses. May arise for vignetti can use both aesthetically and in many cases, removing via software.
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Canon FD
Leica M
Leica R
Nikon

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Fujifilm GFX 50S: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Fujinon GF 110mm F 2 R LM WR: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Fujinon GF 23mm F 4 R LM WR: 
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Which X Series Should I Buy – 3rd Edition Now Available


Fujifilm Australia released the 3rd edition of their buyers guide today and it is a massive 140-pages. In it, you will find “real world thoughts, sample images, side by side specifications and recommendations on the full range of XF Lenses, current X-Series cameras and the newly announced FUJIFILM GFX 50S Medium Format camera.” You can download it the PDF here or visit Fujifilm Austrailia here.

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Instax SQ10 Thoughts

The Instax SQ10 is coming out soon and, while I have one on order I am conflicted about the format. While Fujifilm has fulfilled some of my wishes for this “hybrid” format they haven’t really done so in an ideal manner. The Instax SQ10 design isn’t a hybrid analog+digital design, but rather a point and shoot digital camera+Instax Square printer, which reduces the size of the lens needed since the film isn’t being exposed directly. This arguably makes Instax Square an inferior format to Instax Mini or Wide at this time, since you are printing camera phone images with a printer, compared to exposing a large piece of modern instant film.

I am pretty sure that I will keep my preorder at this point, but the current Instax SQ10 isn’t the same caliber as the Instax Mini that Leica licensed. Hopefully, we see a true analog Instax Square in the future and an actually analog+digital hybrid implementation of Instax. Ideally, I would like to see an analog Instax camera that makes uploading images to sites like Instagram easy enough that there is no excuse not to use their product for photo blogging. One of the main reason I don’t really use sites like Instagram is the amount of effort I have to put into them. I almost never use my iPhone for photos anymore and while I like Instax quite a bit and see a use for it for behind the scenes shots, the ideal way to upload Instax photos at the moment is with an app like PhotoScan by Google.

Most Instax SQ10 users might not care about these kinds of details, but I think Fujifilm’s marketing strategy is a little deceptive. The Instax SQ10 is not a hybrid camera in the way that most Instax fans would want one to be designed. Hopefully, Fujifilm will release a stand alone Instax Square digital printer soon since they already designed one that fits in the SQ10. Instax Mini is too small for X and GFX prints, but a Wide/Square printer would be more acceptable for event printing in my opinion. Of course, printing like this would get expensive, you can always pass expenses like this along.

Fujifilm Instax SquareB&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

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Fujifilm GFX Stories, Damien Lovegrove, Le Mans, RRS, and More

Damien Lovegrove is a member of our Fujifilm GFX Owners Group and he’s been sharing his knowledge with the group here and there, but most recently he shared an article that he wrote for prophotonut consisting of 5 shots for a commissioned art book  taken with the 32-64mm zoom. In the article he shares his thoughts behind the shots along with the composition and narrative… It’s an interesting read that will give you some addition insight into the process of one of the better known Fujifilm photographers around.

prophotonut – Ayla Rose at the Haçienda studio in London

fujifilm-blog – Shooting the Captivating Italian Lakes with the GFX

fujifilm-x – Claire Rosen tells FUJIFILM GFX 50S impression

macleancomms – On the Michelin Le Mans Cup grid

diglloyd – Really Right Stuff Panorama and Gimbal Heads, Plus New “Shorty” Tripod

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Fujifilm GFX 50S: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Fujinon GF 110mm F 2 R LM WR: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Fujinon GF 23mm F 4 R LM WR: 
B&H Photo  / Amazon / Adorama

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Fujifilm X-T2 vs Sony a7SII, vs Panasonic GH5, Reviews, X-T1, Capture One, and Roundup

The Fujifilm X-T2 and X-T1 are largely the cameras that get work done in the world of Fujifilm and while the GFX has been front and center a lot of content is still being produced online with these cameras. In particular, Video content as the Fujifilm X-T2 has begun to be accepted as a very capable video camera in addition to being a great tool for photography.

There are also very detailed reviews still being published. Maarten Heilbron’s review below is practically a camera walk through that includes firmware 2.0. It’s the most in-depth video review of the Fujifilm X-T2 yet and if you are still on the fence this might be the video for you.

Fujifilm X-T2
Noam Kroll – Why I Just Picked Up The Fuji X-T2 For Filmmaking + My First Impressions

sansmirror – Fujifilm X-T2 Review

Tom Grill – Experimenting in Florida with the Fuji X-T2 and 18-135mm lens

Trev Hill Photography – Autumn’s last stand: Three Mile Hill Road, Dunedin

Trev Hill Photography – Adopting a kitten.

Xing Liu – San Francisco photoshoot w/Arial – using Fujifilm X-T2 23mm, 35mm and 56mm

Cameralabs – Fujifilm VPB-XT2 review

TheWanderingLensMan – The Fuji X-Camera System Has Evolved Into The (Almost) Perfect System For Me Or An Open Letter Of Thanks To Fujifilm

Finding Middle Earth – Fuji X-T2 – Shooting Sunset And Stars To Overcome Blank Skies

Finding Middle Earth – Fuji X-T2 RAW Files: On1 Photo RAW 2017 UPDATE

alessandromichelazzi – A Night in Florence

Sebastian Castilho – 4 Camera ISO Challenge (Fujifilm X-T2, Samsung NX1, Nikon D5500, Sony a5100)

Sebastian Castilho – Fujifilm X-T2 vs Samsung NX1 side-by-side shootout!

The Photo/Video Show – WOAH! That Fuji X-T2 Detail!

fujixpassion – Thoughts on the Fuji X-T2 for Video

mostly.photos – FUJI X-T2 – LONDON GRAFFITI

mikekobal – Fuji love: Insanely fast warranty repair turn around

Amar Talwar Photography/Video – Fujifilm X-T2 Fashion Week SOOC Files in Lightroom

LivingVertical – Panasonic GH5 vs Fuji X-T2 final review: versatility vs performance?

Bob Roman – Street Style Toronto – Street Portraits with Fujifilm XT2 & the 56mm

Capture One – Capture One Pro 9 Film Simulations – Copy to Macintosh HD/Library/ColorSync/Profiles

Fujifilm X-T1
Erik Cheng – ROOKIE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

monkey-say-yes – tuscan street life

Fujifilm X-T2: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Fujifilm X-T1:  B&H photo / Amazon / Adorama

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Fujifilm GFX50S: Amateur Review, Fujinon GF 120 f4 R LM OIS WR Macro VS Fujinon GF 110mm f2 R LM and More

You can use the Fujifilm GFX 50S as a daily camera if you really want to according to Scott Graham, above, which mirrors my experience. He isn’t quite ready to put down the cash for one and sees it as a camera he would purchase if he wanted to become a professional photographer. “If I had more than two thumbs, I would put them all up. If you have the means and it’s not going to financially cripal you to own something like that, I say go for it.” If you’re interested in buying a GFX Fujifilm has been hosting touch and try events, which you can find on their events page here.

Below Rami Hyun and Ivan Joshua Loh have trouble deciding between the Fujinon GF 120 f4 R LM OIS WR Macro and Fujinon GF 110mm f2 R LM. From their testing the GF 120 seems like a better lens for studio work, because you can shoot tighter portraits with it, while the GF 110 is better for outdoors portraiture where there is lots of bokeh.

macleancomms – Monza Pitlane with the GFX

yugatech – Gallery: Snaps from the Fujifilm GFX 50S

The Last Word – Really long adapted lenses on the Fujifilm GFX 50S

ivanjoshualoh – GF110mm F2 vs GF120mm F4 Macro

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Fujifilm GFX 50S: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Fujinon GF 110mm F 2 R LM WR: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Fujinon GF 23mm F 4 R LM WR: 
B&H Photo  / Amazon / Adorama

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