Posts Tagged ‘fujifilm’

One Way to Convert Color Images to Black & White in Lightroom and Silver Efex Pro 2

Whether you’re just starting to convert color to black and white or you’ve just never been satisfied with how your previous attempts have turned out, this short tutorial by Hong Kong street photographer Gary Tyson will come in very handy. Read more…

Fujifilm Releases Teleconverter for X100 & X100s, Plus a Bunch of X-T1 Accessories

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Fujifilm is helping make X-Series camera users’ lives easier today by releasing the much-anticipated X100/X100s teleconverter lens and a whole slew of accessories meant for use with the popular X-T1. Read more…

Yet Another Rumor Suggests that Fuji Will be Going Full-Frame Mirrorless Soon

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Murmurings that Fujifilm will be one of the next companies to introduce a full-frame mirrorless camera aren’t new. The X200 is supposedly going to be full-frame and Fuji’s executives themselves confirmed that they “would like to challenge” the full-frame market when they spoke to DPReview at CP+.

Pilling on to all this talk is a new piece of info sent to Fuji Rumors that seems to indicate the X200 isn’t the only camera Fuji might be packing a full-frame sensor into. According to the tipster — who is a new source, so extra salt on this one — the X-Pro2 is also going to be a full-frame camera. Read more…

Rumor: Fuji No Longer Making an X-Pro1s, Will Focus All R&D on the X-Pro2 Instead

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If you follow the rumor mill — and given how accurate rumor sites have gotten lately, many people do — you’ll know that the next big Fuji release was rumored by some to be the X-Pro1S. That, it seems, may have changed since the release of the X-T1. Read more…

Deal Alert: Fuji XF 27mm f/2.8 for Only $200 ($250 Off) Plus Other Great Deals

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It’s rare you see a lens discounted well over 50%, but that’s exactly the kind of deal B&H Photo is running on the Fuji XF 27mm f/2.8 lens right now — and it’s not a mail-in rebate either, this is instant savings! Read more…

Fuji Bangladesh Reveals Another X-Series MILC Might Arrive ‘Very Soon’

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It seems it was only yesterday that Fuji announced the release of the much-lauded X-T1 — heck, it only started shipping last month — but the company might have another mirrorless camera in the works already. Read more…

First Look: Fuji 10-24mm f/4 Sample Photos and First Impressions by David Hobby

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While in Dubai for GPP 2014, David Hobby (aka. Strobist) got a chance to play around with the yet-unreleased Fuji 10-24mm f/4 lens. He was kind enough to send us a link to his final images along with permission to share them, but we’ll warn you: if you’re a Fuji lover who isn’t looking to spend money, you’ll want to look away… she’s a beauty. Read more…

Fuji Steps Up to Fix X-T1 Light Leak Issue Only Days After It was Spotted

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Fuji is making a habit of scoring brownie points with its customers. Whether it’s by creating great cameras, releasing firmware updates for discontinued and replaced products or, in this case, offering an official fix for an issue for free just days after the problem became known. Read more…

Fuji UK Will Now Let You Customize Your X-Series Cameras with Different ‘Skins’

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Fuji’s retro-styled X-Series camera’s aren’t known for their customizability. In fact, it took a whole separate announcement for Fuji to release a black version of the X100s.

But now, users in the UK can go way beyond that with select models thanks to a Fujifilm X Signature program that will let you wrap your beautiful shooter in any number of different colored leatherettes. Read more…

Fujifilm Discontinues Neopan 400 PRESTO 35mm and Fujicolor PRO 400 120 Film

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Queue up Queen’s Another One Bites the Dust, because it’s time to mourn the loss of two more analog films. Despite talk that certain segments of the analog market are doing well, specific types of film that are having a hard time selling continue to kick the bucket.

The most recent of these are Fujifilm’s Neopan 400 PRESTO 35mm black-and-white and Fujicolor PRO 400 120 color film. Read more…