Tag Archives: Fuji X100V

New Fujifilm Manager Interview – The Slow Death of DSLR, Strong X-T4/X-T3/X100V/GFX100 Sales, COVID, X-H2, IBIS, and More

Image resources added a new interview with Mr. Udono, Mr. Iida, and Mr. Toshi Iida the now former General Manager Optical Device & Electronic Imaging Products Division at Fujifilm. Below is a summary of the lengthy interview: Fujifilm’s supply chain has been restored and manufacturing is back to the usual since COVID-19 There was a […]

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Fujifilm X-T4 Wins EISA Camera of The Year and X100V Compact Camera of The Year

Fujifilm’s X-T4 is an outstanding mirrorless camera with a 26-million-pixel X-Trans CMOS sensor. It combines a compact size with very high image quality, impressive speed (up to 20fps at full resolution) and professional video capabilities such as 4K 60fps recording. One of its most important new features is its 5-axis in-body image stabilisation, which compensates […]

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PDR: Fujifilm X100V Has Slight Edge Over X100F and X-T3

When thinking about camera performance the X100 series is beloved, but often considered to be below cameras like the Fujifilm X-T3 due to its miniature size that makes heat dissipation difficult. Recent testing by Photons to photos shows that the new Fujifilm X100V doesn’t just match the performance of the X-T3, but it surpasses it […]

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New Unique Square Hood For Fujinon XF27mm and Fujifilm X100

I came across an interesting company called SQUAREHOOD the other day that makes a unique compact square hood for the Fujinon XF27mm f/2.8 and Fujifilm X100. The XF27mm seems to be the most straight forward kit, while the X100 kit requires adapters that are not included, which you can see in the video below. Follow Fujiaddict […]

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Fujifilm X Lab Episode 2

Fujifilm gathered together people with a hardware and software background to have a discussion about Fujifilm cameras for their first episode of X Lab. Below is a summary of the translated video: Fujifilm had to slow down the X-T3 AF speed a little in development There were plans to return improve it to where they […]

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Sick of Your Fujifilm X-T4 Overheating? Try an Insulin Ice Pack and Rubber Bands?

A person on youtube was so sick of his Fujifilm X-T4 overheating that he attached an insulin ice pack to the back of his X-T4 and got some surprisingly good results. I would not suggest you try this hack unless you’re desperate because it could cause condensation to form inside your camera, but this hack […]

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