Medium Format Fuji :: To Be Launched along with 3 Lenses! (with POLL) – Source Right in the Past

Medium Format Fuji

Medium Format Fuji

Before we talk about the Medium Format Fuji, let me say just this: it’s undeniable, Hasselblad caused a sensation with the Hasselblad X1D, the first “compact” Mirrorless Medium Format Camera.

It’s great to see a company, that many declared as dead, come back with such an awesome product.

It’s also great to know that the future Medium Format Fuji will have a strong competitor. The X1D has set the bar now. Now it’s up to Fujifilm to beat Hasselblad’s MF offer.

And speaking of Medium Format Fuji, I have an update for you today, coming from a source, who was right in the past.

The source says that, at the moment, Fujifilm plans to release the Medium Format Fuji along with 3 lenses.

Keep in mind: early rumor, grain of salt, you know the story… but enough for us to have fun speculating :-)

Which 3 lenses should Fujifilm launch?

I’ll share a Poll now, but just a very vague one, asking you how many primes or zooms you’d like to accompany the MF Fuji. Drop your vote and then feel free to specify the desired focal length and speed in the comments.

To keep it simple, express your wish in FF equivalent terms.

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FUJIFILM Instax SP-2 Printer to be Announced on June 27 :: Instax SP-1 Discontinued at BHphoto!

Instax SP-2

Fujifilm Instax SP-2 Printer

According to a trusted source (thanks!) Fujfilm will announce the Instax SP-2 printer on June 27… and you can bet I’ll place my order for that one!

The source also confirms the specs we have shared in previous Instax SP-2 printer rumors, like the rechargeable NP45 batteries (charing via USB possible), faster prints, higher print quality (320dpi compared to the 254dpi of the Instax Share SP-1), the silver/gold colors and more.

Check out the links below and you’ll have an overview over the full specs.

The image size will remain the same: 62mm x 46mm.

Many X-shooters are having a lot of fun with the original Instax Share SP-1 Printer and now consider it an essential device, especially for travels. You can read their experience in this Fujifilm instax Sp1 for traveling thread.

And how useful this little printer can be also for street photography, is shown by talented X-photographer Bert Stephani in this great X100T Video Review (comes with street photography vision and tips).

LEAKED :: See the First Image Taken with Fujifilm X-T2!

first Image taken with Fujifilm X-T2

EXIF

that’s what I see when I open the image with ApolloOne

Fujifilm X-T2 Image Leaked

I’ve tried to inform you as good as I can about the upcoming Fujiflm X-T2. And thanks to our sources, I think we did a quite good job. But something was missing: the first image taken with Fujifilm X-T2 leaked on the internet… and every great rumor-marathon just needs at least one :-)

Luckily I have very attentive readers, and one of them just send me a link to this dailymail article (thanks Marc SolarSky). Marc took a look at the EXIF data of the image showing a father that fans his son during a hot L.A. Dodger game (see the image and EXIF), and he noticed that it was taken with the Fujfiilm X-T2.

The image has been taken by Richard Vogel, Photo Editor for the Associated Press. Richard Vogel is also on Instagram. I wouldn’t be surprised if some images there are taken with the Fujifilm X-T2, too :-).

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Off Brand :: Images of Hasselblad’s New Medium Format Mirrorless Camera (price $9000)

Medium Format Mirrorless Camera

Hasselblad X1D

So here it is, the first Medium Format Mirrorless Camera… and it comes from Hasselblad. The camera is called X1D and will cost a cool 9000 dollar.

The new lenses launched along with the camera are the XCD 45mmF3.5 lens ($2,295) and XCD 90mmF3.2 ($2,695).

Also leaked: an X1D image gallery (check out google.cache here).

As long time FujiRumors followers know since 13 months now, Fujifilm has its own Medium Format Mirrorless Camera in the works. It will be very interesting to see how much Fuji’s Medium Format Mirrorless offer will cost.

Some of you speculated that Hasselblad and Fujifilm are likely working on the same camera (they already cooperate with the Hasselblad H system, where Fujifilm manufactures the lenses). For now I can’t confirm this speculation.

via mirrorlessrumors

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++ BREAKING ++ Fujifilm X-T2 Vs. X-T1 SIZE COMPARISON :: Real Life Side by Side Image !

 

Fujifilm X-T2 Vs. X-T1 Size Comparison

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Fujifilm X-T2 Vs. X-T1 Size Comparison

The trusted Japanese Source promised it yesterday, and here is the image of the Fujifilm X-T2 Vs. X-T1 Size Comparison.

You can see that, the Fujifilm X-T2 is slightly bigger than the Fujifilm X-T1.

Since the Fujifilm X-T2 is 4K capable (confirmed by Fuji Manager), a slightly larger body could facilitate heat dissipation. This is just one of the advantages of the Fujifilm X-T2. Read also “10 Reasons Why the Fujifilm X-T2 is (probably) better than the X-Pro2. For X-Pro2 Lovers, I wrote also the 10 Reasons Why the Fujifilm X-Pro2 might still be the Better Choice over the Fujifilm X-T2!

Fujfilm organized worldwide events on July 7, which is very likely the X-T2 announcement date (USA VIP event and EU Press Conference)

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