Three amazing official Fujifilm X-photographers, Jonas Rask, Damien Lovegrove and Tomasz Trzebiatowski teamed up to offer you 99 video tutorials (4+ hours) on general photography topics, specifically tailored for users of the Fujifilm cameras.
Moreover, you will get a PDF transcript and access to secret Facebook group, where people will have a chance to hang out with Damien Lovegrove, Jonas Rask and Tomasz Trzebiatowski.
The course will be available starting from June 3rd, 2017. (UPDATE: It’s available now)
Sounds great, right? Well, then let’s make it even better :)
Download your course using coupon code “FUJIRUMORS” to get a 20% discount on it (valid till August 1st, 2017).
Mitakon just unveiled some G-mount glass for Fujifilm GFX, the Speedmaster 65mm F1.4 and the Speed master 85mm F1.2 (manual focus only).
The release is scheduled for 2017, and the price has not yet been set now.
“SPEEDMASTER 65 mm F 1.4 details are not clear, but you can see in the photo of the exhibition that you can attach a filter with a diameter of 77 mm.
The SPEEDMASTER 85mm F1.2 specifications released have the shortest shooting distance of 1 m and the filter diameter of 77 mm. AF is not installed. There are 9 lenses in 6 groups, two of which are ED lenses, and four are high refraction and low dispersion glass lenses. There are 11 diaphragm blades. The total length is 94 to 120 mm, the diameter is 82 mm, the weight is about 920 to 1,050 g (varies from mount to mount).”
You can see the first images of the prototypes as well as some samples at stkb (tranlsation) – google translator might not open the images, so you might click on the Japanese stkb version. You can also read more at dc.watch (translation).
Mitakon already offers some fast manual focus glass for Fujiiflm X-mount.
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