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New News From the World of Stuff

Of course, the "stuff" doesn't have very much to do with photography—as they say in courtrooms, that's stipulated (in law the word means "to accept a proposition without requiring that it be established by proof"). That aside, a number of delightful new baubles of interest have passed by in the parade recently, as you might be aware. The new Canon EOS RP Full-frame Rebel: Most notable is the EOS RP, Canon's new "lower-end" R (full-frame mirrorless) camera. It's a small, light, relatively inex...
Tags: Photography, New, Cameras, Sony, Dslr, Canon, Fuji, Lenses, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, John W, Fujinon, Larry Gebhardt, Mike Inexpensive


Fujifilm announces Fujinon XF 16mm f/2.8 R WR, a lightweight and tiny wide-angle prime

Along with the big announcement of the X-T30 mirrorless camera, Fujifilm has also announced a new lens you can pair with it. Fujinon XF 16mm f/2.8 R WR is a wide-angle prime for X-Mount APS-C Fuji mirrorless cameras. It’s small, lightweight and therefore ideal for everyday use and travels. The Fujinon XF 16mm f/2.8 R […] The post Fujifilm announces Fujinon XF 16mm f/2.8 R WR, a lightweight and tiny wide-angle prime appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Fujifilm, Fuji, Prime Lenses, Prime Lens, Wide Angle, Fujinon, Wide-angle lens, Fujinon lens, Fujinon XF 16mm f/2.8 R WR


Fuji’s new X-T30 shoots stills up to 20 frames per second and 10-bit 4K DCI video

The Canon EOS RP isn’t the only new camera being announced today. The hotly anticipated (and much rumoured) Fujifilm X-T30 is now officially here. It sees some rather nice upgrades over the previous generation X-T20 announced back in January 2017. It maintains the same size 1.5x crop APS-C CMOS X-Trans sensor, but with a bump from […] The post Fuji’s new X-T30 shoots stills up to 20 frames per second and 10-bit 4K DCI video appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Fujifilm, Fuji, Mirrorless Camera, Gear Announcement, Fujifilm mirrorless camera, Canon EOS RP, Fujifilm X-T30, X-T30


Fujifilm’s X-T30 is a semi-pro, feature-rich camera that’s affordable to boot

Fujifilm's newest mirrorless camera delivers the premium features of the X-T3 without the premium price, giving aspiring enthusiasts a lower-cost option that can still match the image quality of Fuji's flagship. The post Fujifilm’s X-T30 is a semi-pro, feature-rich camera that’s affordable to boot appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Fujifilm, Fuji, Mirrorless Camera, Fujifilm X-T30, Fujifilm XF 16mm F2.8R WR


New GFX Medium Format Camera Coming from Fuji?

More possible new gear on the horizon, and this time it is a supposed modular medium format device from Fuji. Unveiled at the Fujifilm X Summit in the city of Dubai, the concept medium format GFX camera’s body should have dials, a display, shutter, and battery to which users will be able to add other functionality. Fujifilm GFX 50S image via Fuji. Trade shows, conventions, and general events are great places to catch glimpses of the future. The Fujifilm X Summit is no different. Bringing toget...
Tags: Photography, News, Dubai, Fuji, GFX, Fujifilm GFX, Fuji Trade


Fuji finally fixes the 4GB video clip limit in the X-T3 with new Firmware 2.10

One of the things that many video shooters will be very familiar with is the 4GB file size limit in place on many cameras. This is due to the limitations of the file systems used within most cameras. Many get around the issue by splitting long clips up into smaller files, with each seamlessly carrying […] The post Fuji finally fixes the 4GB video clip limit in the X-T3 with new Firmware 2.10 appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Fujifilm, Fuji, Fuji X-T3, Fujifilm X-T3, X-T3


Fuji is developing a modular GFX medium format digital camera

At Fuji’s recent X Summit at GPP in Dubai, they introduced a pretty cool concept camera they’ve been working on. It’s a modular medium format camera based on the GFX system. It’s still a concept prototype, so there’s no guarantee it’ll ever be released. Obviously, it depends on the reception it’s receiving right now and […] The post Fuji is developing a modular GFX medium format digital camera appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Dubai, Fujifilm, Fuji, Gpp, Gulf Photo Plus, GFX


Camera of the Year?

So what should be our Camera of the Year for 2018? I have a pretty good idea. Looking only at enthusiast cameras, there weren't actually very many all-new cameras. Many, from the Lumix LX100II to the Leica M10P, were derivations of already-existing models. This is a salutary trend in my opinion. Refinement of technological objects is a very important aspect of their creation and development, and I actually like, and approve of (expect, even), the trend towards Mark II, III, etc., iterations. Fuj...
Tags: Photography, Japan, New, Cameras, Sony, Panasonic, Nikon, Canon, Fuji, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Canon EOS, Amazon US, Amazon Canada, Amazon UKAmazon Germany


A Review Of The Year 2018 From Jason Row

As the shutter curtain slowly closes on 2018, we look back on this year as being the one when the shutter curtain became obsolete. The year 2018 will be remembered as a vintage one for mainly the right reasons.   Mirrorless came of age, phones got better and better, and the choice of lenses on all systems is now beyond compare. As the festive season approaches and we all slow down a little, let’s take a look back at some of the seminal moments of 2018 The Cameras There is going to be no doubt...
Tags: Google, Photography, Sony, Nikon, Huawei, Dslr, Canon, Mauritius, Fuji, Sigma, Hasselblad, Leica, Apple Samsung, Peter Lik, Jason Row, Samyang


The Fuji X-H1: Opinions and Impressions

Still Pond, Fuji X-H1 and XF 35mm ƒ/2 The culture of objects seems obsessed with excess these days. On one of the auto channels I watch, More Doug DeMuro, Doug answered the viewer question "what is the best car?" by proposing the "Bugatti" Chiron (I use the scare quotes because I know what real Bugattis were, and they weren't hypercars for oil sheiks built by Volkswagen). The Chiron is a two-door, two-seat mid-engined "sports" coupé with a 1,479-horsepower V-16 engine. Really? Is it fun on on...
Tags: Photography, Usa, England, New York, New York City, Los Angeles, New, Cameras, Sony, Panasonic, Volkswagen, EC, Nikon, Times, Canon, Fuji


The Fuji X-H1: An Aside

[Just to be clear—this is not a review. This is the bit that I couldn't justify putting in the review. I'm still working on the review. Sorry it's not here yet. I'll get back to work now.  :-) —Mike] I've been wrestling with what to do with these thoughts. What follows just doesn't seem to belong in a camera review. And yet it's a significant part of my reaction to the Fuji X-H1. These ideas don't really "attach" to the object—the camera—in any meaningful way, and they're not really relevant to ...
Tags: Apple, Photography, Jay Leno, New, Karen, Cameras, Sony, Panasonic, Nikon, Canon, Fuji, Camera Reviews, Michael Johnston, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Isaac


Photography news: Best spot for fall photos, new firmware from Fuji and Nikon

Where's the best spot to take fall photos? Michigan, according to social media and a Nikon contest. The results and more in this week's photography news, including significant firmware updates for the Fujifilm X-T3, X-H1, and GFX 50S. The post Photography news: Best spot for fall photos, new firmware from Fuji and Nikon appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Michigan, Fujifilm, Nikon, Fuji, Nik Collection, GFX, Photography News


Where Are They Now? The Medium Format Heavyweights of the Film Era.

Today we are continuing our recent theme of looking back at where the big players of the film era stand today. In this article, we are going to look at the big players of medium format and how they faired with the transition to digital. Some were lost, some incorporated, but others are still going strong. Medium format film photography was perhaps a bigger segment of the professional market than today’s “medium format digital”. Although relatively expensive compared to 35mm film, the cost ratio ...
Tags: Photography, Kodak, Dslr, Jason, Fuji, Tamron, Pentax, Hasselblad, Mamiya, Minolta, Bronica, GFX, Sony Cameras, Cool Photos & Photographers, Bronica Bronica, Mamiya Press


Blog Note

Several people have contacted me unhappy that their comments have not been published. I've been intermittently behind on the comment moderation since the Beth Moon post, admittedly because I've also been out shooting some glorious blustery Fall weather and trying Affinity Photo, Capture One Express for Fuji, and Lightroom CC (which is provided with my Photoshop CC subscription). I've made good headway this afternoon but right now I'm still about 60 comments behind, and now I need to leave for a ...
Tags: Photography, Fuji, Blog Notes, Michael Johnston, Mike, Beth Moon


Fujifilm Will “Never” Go Full-Frame, 100MP Beast Camera to Cost $10k

Prepare your wallets if you want to purchase Fuji’s new GFX 100MP super camera. Of course, depending on where you stand, the price might make the model an attractive option for certain photographers. But still, the price is a doozy. Image via Fujifilm. That’s because it’s going to cost a little less than a kei-car, coming in at a price of $USD 9,995. And it goes without saying, that’s before you start adding any accessories into the mix. Natch, the 100MP medium-format beast will have 4K and in...
Tags: Photography, News, Youtube, Fujifilm, Fuji, Fujifilm Image, Cameta Camera Fujifilm, Toshida Iida


Fujifilm XF 55-200mm

If you'll excuse me, I wonder if I might pick the collective brain of the TOP Commentariat with a little question: Does anyone have and use the Fujifilm XF 55–200mm ƒ/3.5–4.8 R LM OIS lens? Just wondering what you think of it and how you feel about it. Does it serve? Do you like it? Thanks in advance, —Mike the Ed. Original contents copyright 2018 by Michael C. Johnston and/or the bylined author. All Rights Reserved. Links in this post may be to our affiliates; sales through affiliate links ma...
Tags: Photography, David, Sharp, Fujifilm, Canon, Fuji, Lenses, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Canikon, Stephane, Amazon Canada, Steve Jacob, Amazon UKAmazon Germany, Stéphane Bosman


A Mystery Solved

There's a Fuji X-H1 on the way here for a short trial, so I'm getting up to speed on some of the background. For some time now, I've had to sort of slot it in the "Shrug" file whenever anyone slags Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) for converting Fuji X-Trans raw files. People say things like, "Are you using ACR? Then you're not seeing what Fuji can do. You have to use Iridient" (or Capture One or whatever), or "it's well known that Adobe doesn't do well with X-Trans files." And yet they always seemed good...
Tags: Google, Photography, Software, Fujifilm, Fuji, Lightroom, Bayer, Adobe Photoshop, Michael Johnston, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Christopher, Amazon US, Adobe Lightroom, Amazon Canada, Tim Bradshaw


“Fuji will never go full frame” says Fujifilm general manager

If you’re a Fuji shooter (or even if you’re not) that was hoping they’d one day go full frame, then your dreams just got crushed. In an interview by DPReview at this year’s Photokina, with Fujifilm General Manager, Toshihisa Iida, they were told in no uncertain terms that Fujifilm will not be going full frame. Photokina’s […] The post “Fuji will never go full frame” says Fujifilm general manager appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Interview, Fujifilm, Fuji, Photokina, Full Frame Mirrorless, Photokina 2018, Toshihisa Iida


A Brief History of the Mirrorless Camera System

Mirrorless is definitely the darling of the photographic world right now. The established mirrorless manufacturers have been joined by some serious competition from Nikon and Canon in the full frame sector. However, mirrorless is not a new technology. This technology is one that has been around for a surprisingly long time, building slowly and surely into a true competitor for reflex systems.   Today we are going to take a trip back through time to look and the history of mirrorless technology....
Tags: Photography, Samsung, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, Nikon, Dslr, Canon, Fuji, Pentax, Epson, Leica, DMC, Rama, DLSR, Cool Photos & Photographers


A Mystery Solved

There's a Fuji X-H1 on the way here for a short trial, so I'm getting up to speed on some of the background. For some time now, I've had to sort of slot it in the "Shrug" file whenever anyone slags Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) for converting Fuji X-Trans raw files. People say things like, "Are you using ACR? Then you're not seeing what Fuji can do. You have to use Iridient" (or Capture One or whatever), or "it's well known that Adobe doesn't do well with X-Trans files." And yet they always seemed good...
Tags: Photography, Software, Fuji, Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Adobe Lightroom, Amazon Canada, Fuji X Trans, Amazon UKAmazon Germany


A Tale Of Two Titans – Kodak and Fuji

In 1975 an engineer by the name of Steve Sasson demonstrated a new technology to his employees. The size of a toaster, the invention took photographs, not onto film but onto an electronic sensor. The image was recorded to cassette tape, was black and white and had a resolution of 0.01 megapixels yet it would eventually revolutionize the world we live in. Steve Sasson had invented the digital camera. His employers were Kodak. Kodak, inventors of the digital camera. By Thomas Belknap The Rising...
Tags: Apple, Photography, US, Kodak, Los Angeles, Nikon, Fuji, Casio, Minolta, Steve Sasson, Kodachrome, Cool Photos & Photographers, Ektachrome, Velvia, Nick Rice, Kodak Kodak


NEW BLOOD

Zeiss of Germany, a maker of lenses, surprised everyone a month or two back with rumors of a complete camera for Photokina. It's not the first time in the modern era that the former West German cameramaker has dabbled in making cameras. Superficially it resembles, in type and format, the similarly named Sony RX1[x], which has a Zeiss lens. Despite its conventional and derivative name, the new Zeiss ZX1 embodies something that might be sorely needed in the conventional non-smartphone camera indu...
Tags: Photography, Germany, New, Cameras, Sony, Fuji, Zeiss, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Amazon Canada, Oberkochen Germany, Amazon UKAmazon Germany, Bauhuh


Medium-Format 100MP GFX 100 Camera from Fujifilm in Development

Part of their Photokina 2018 extravaganza show, Fujifilm unveiled the latest member of its GFX line of cameras, a medium-format 100MP monster that should have Fuji fans with tongues wagging. Image via Fujifilm. Joining the recently announce GFX 50R and GFX 50S, the 100 MP GFX is a “world first” 100MP mirrorless camera using a 100MP sensor with PD pixel, IBIS, and 4K by mirrorless camera according to the press release around Fuji’s latest behemoth. Housed in a magnesium alloy body with a first ...
Tags: Photography, News, Fujifilm, Fuji, GFX, Fujifilm Image


No One Gets Out of It Alive

It's GAS is what it comes down to, you know. I wear two hats. One is my outward, public, professional hat as a writer, editor and photo pundit, and the other is my inward-looking, personal, quirkily independent hat as an idiosyncratic photo fanboy and meandering here to there gear geek. Wearing the first hat, I am a paragon—coolly objective, intelligent, dispassionate, and full of wisdom and probity. It is in this state that I recommend to you what you should do, and often give sound, calm advic...
Tags: Photography, New, Cameras, Sony, Panasonic, Nikon, Fuji, Dennis, Photo Equipment, Ricoh, Michael Johnston, Don, Michael C Johnston, Nikon Canon, Amazon US, Andrew John


Open Mike: What's All This Mean?

This might be a short post, because my answer to the above question is "beats me." And it could be even shorter because thunderstorms are moving in, and if the atmosphere really gets to thrashing I might have to turn off the computer. But...quite a day yesterday. I haven't even covered all the news yet. But if you admit the idea that "camera culture" is a thing, and a thing distinct from photo culture, then, clearly, Photokina '18 is a watershed moment. Here's the capsule review: Sony, relativel...
Tags: Photo industry, Michael Johnston


New F/1 Lens for Mirrorless Cameras from Fujifilm

Groundbreaking news from Fujifilm yesterday as the Japanese optics manufacturer unveiled its world-first XF33mm F1 R, a f/1 lens for mirrorless cameras and a first for the industry. Would you expect anything less during one of the world’s premier optics trade shows? Of course not, but no one was really expecting anything quite like this. Image via Pixabay from Pexels.com. Revealed during Fuji’s presentation at Photokina 2018, Fujifilm’s new XF33mm F1 R was part of the X-Mount series of lenses ...
Tags: Photography, News, Fujifilm, Mirrorless Cameras, Canon, Fuji, Pixabay, Pexels, Lens for Mirrorless Cameras


Phase One breaks with tradition and opens up Capture One to Fuji medium format cameras

Well, this is a pleasant surprise that’s going to make a lot of Fuji shooters very happy. Particularly those with the GFX 50S. Phase One has teamed up with Fuji to offer support for all Fuji models, including Fujifilm Film Simulations, and tethered support for a bunch of Fuji camera models. With the release of […] The post Phase One breaks with tradition and opens up Capture One to Fuji medium format cameras appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Fujifilm, Fuji, Phase One, GFX, Capture One, Photokina 2018, Fujifilm Film Simulations


Fujifilm Instax Square SQ20 is an analog-digital hybrid that also shoots video

Fujifilm has announced the latest addition to its instant camera family. The Fujifilm Instax Square SQ20 is coming to replace the Instax Square SQ10, which was released last year. Just like its predecessor, it’s an analog-digital hybrid. But along with other improvements, it packs an interesting innovation for an instant camera: video shooting. The Fujifilm […] The post Fujifilm Instax Square SQ20 is an analog-digital hybrid that also shoots video appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Fujifilm, Fuji, Hybrid, Instax, FujiFilm Instax, Instant Camera, Instax Square, Fujifilm Instax Square, Photokina 2018, Fujifilm Instax Square SQ20


Big cameras and big rivalries take center stage at Photokina

Photokina is underway in London and the theme of the show is “large.” Unusually for an industry that is trending towards the compact, the cameras on stage at this show sport big sensors, big lenses, and big price tags. But though they may not be for the average shooter, these cameras are impressive pieces of hardware that hint at things to come for the industry as a whole. The most exciting announcement is perhaps that from Panasonic, which surprised everyone with the S1 and S1R, a pair of...
Tags: TC, Gadgets, Photography, London, Hardware, Tech, Cameras, Fujifilm, Panasonic, Nikon, Mirrorless, Canon, Fuji, Sigma, Leica, Photokina


Fujifilm Shows Off the New Medium-Format Mirrorless “Rangefinder-Style” GFX 50R

A day filled new product announcements wouldn’t be complete without a couple of volleys from Fujifilm and the reveal of a new medium-format mirrorless “rangefinder-style” camera in the GFX 50R is hitting all of the right spots for some Fuji fanatics. Image via Fujifilm. What DPReview accurately calls a variant of the GFX 50S with the rangefinder-style variant and marked differences in body style, weight, Bluetooth capabilities, and price points, naturally. Using a 51.4MP medium-format sensor p...
Tags: Photography, News, Fujifilm, Fuji, FUJIFILM North America Corporation, GFX, Electronic Imaging Division, Fujifilm Image, Yuji Igarashi, Optical Devices Division



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