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Vassilis Pitoulis with Zarina Isakhan.
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Collecting that fruit
Shooting at the Baobab avenue with Zarina Isakhan

Fujifilm GFX Roundup

The Fujifilm GFX facebook members keep up sharing awesome work at the group, including images taken with pre-production GF110mmF2 and GF23mmF4 lenses. It’s is an incredible source for all things Fujifilm GFX, and a great joy to follow.

Interested? Then don’t miss to join the incredibly helpful and kind 12,000+ strong GFX facebook group.

For fast, reliable, and 100% GFX news and rumors follow the Fujifilm GFX facebook page.

Insane photo editing in Camera Raw – Fujifilm GFX 50S at Granxi youtube

  • Artbox Singapore + Fujifilm GFX + GF 110mm at williamchua
  • Off for holidays: Sharing my GFX (and more X-gear) camera packing experience…. at ivanjoshualoh
  • Fuji GFX 50S | A Working Day With A New Camera System at fixationuk
  • GFX stories with David Stanbury -110mm- / FUJIFILM youtube
  • GFX stories X-Photographer Nordica from Sweden uses the GF110mmF2 R LM WR for wedding photography at FUJIFILM youtube
  • GFX stories with Thorsten Rother: GFX 50S and the GF110mmF2 R LM WR / FUJIFILM youtube
  • GFX stories with Lindsay Keats. Aerial photography with the GFX 50S with GF32-64mmF4 R LM WR / FUJIFILM youtube

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Holger Nitschke
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Portrait-test with the GF120. I was absolutely confused about getting the GF120 or the new GF110, but I came to the conclusion that the 120 with it’s OIS is more useful for me. I hate tripods and the focus-distance of the 110 can be a restriction. I’ve tested it yesterday and I was able to get non-blurry captures with 1/30 (and some with 1/15) – so I can say that the OIS is amazing. This image is the result of a short studio-test. No flash was used, just modeling light!
Handheld; RAW; 1/60; F4; ISO 500. Some Lightroom-adjustments and slightly Photoshop-retouche.

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Jonas Rask
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An Icelandic outtake – part 2
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GFX50s – GF23mm f/4 – ISO100 – f/32 – 0,4sec

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Fujinon XF 18mmF2 MK II Rumors :: Problem with X-Pro2 FW 3.0 :: Help, Transition from DSLR to X-T1 :: Video Must to Be Fuji’s Priority (Top FXF Zone)


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shared by val Video really needs to be top priority for Fuji

shared by Jano The X-E3 Poll

shared by Photogeezer Too many choices!

shared by kimchishooter Anyone planning NOT upgrading to x100F from x100T?

shared by sebas1430 Need advice for a first vintage lens

shared by milandro Did you invent, hack, modify, repurpose, recycle, up-cycle anything for your camera?

shared by ggruber when will the X100F hit the retail supply chain?

shared by GreenGuy33 56mm 1.2 or 50mm 2.0 for portraits???

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Mitakon Announces G-mount Speedmaster 85mm F1.2 and 65mm F1.4 for Fujifilm GFX – X-Mount 35/0.95 Now Only $499


G-mount Mitakon Speedmaster

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.

Mitakon X-mount Speedmaster 35mm f/0.95 Mark II is now super-discounted at BHphoto and costs costs only $499 at BHphoto (it’s $799 at Adorama).

We covered the Mitakon 35/0.95 a couple of times here on FujiRumors. For example we shared Jonas Rask’s Mitakon 35/0.95 review here and forum member yukosteel shared his first impressions here.

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Fujifilm USA GFX Professional Services



Valhalla, N.Y., April 24, 2017 – FUJIFILM North America Corporation, as the leader in innovation for photographers, announced the new Fujifilm Professional Services (FPS) in the U.S. beginning in May 2017. This service is designed to provide exceptional support for photographers currently using the new FUJIFILM GFX system, Fujifilm’s first medium format mirrorless digital camera.The innovative GFX system utilizes a Fujifilm exclusive 43.8 x 32.9mm (FUJIFILM G Format) 51.4MP CMOS sensor that delivers ultra-high image quality. The GFX 50S combines the heritage of over 80 years of imaging and theaward-winning functional design for a relentless pursuit of perfect image quality.

GFX FPS Program Puts Photographers First

Members of the new GFX FPS Program will receive extensive benefits to ensure the utmost support for photographers utilizing the new FUJIFILM GFX System, including:

  • Welcome kit
  • Personalized FPS Card confirming exclusive access to dedicated hotline technician telephone and email support
  • 30% discount on non-warranty repairs for Covered GFX System products
  • Expedited two business day turnaround time for repairs with free 2-day express shipping to and from the repair facility
  • 4 Check & Clean program service vouchers (voucher limitations, terms & conditions apply, terms here)
  • 50% discount on additional Check & Clean program services and 2 business day turnaround for check and clean services with complimentary 2-day express return shipping for all service
  • GFX system product loaners for covered equipment in repair may also be available upon request if repair is expected to exceed two business days

GFX FPS Program benefits are intended to put photographers first by providing service andconvenience for an optimal photographic experience.

Program Requirements, Availability and Pricing

The GFX Professional Services begins on May 1, 2017 for an annual membership fee of USD $499. Photographers can become a member of the GFX FPS Program by registering online. For full details on the GFX Professional Services program requirements, please see the GFX digital camera and GF lens purchase requirements and other eligibility requirements here.

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Fujifilm’s Ultimate X-series Camera Will Have a New X-Trans Sensor


Hey guys….

I know, it’s Monday… so let’s try to make the start in the working-week a bit more pleasing, by sharing a nice rumor :)

First off, working on a rumor has rarely been so complicated like it is with the ultimate X. But I’m trying to connect the dots, and to get a clear picture of what Fujifilm is doing (and changing)… a very fun and exctiting part of my rumor work :)

Connecting dot after dot, the Ultimate X is slowly taking shape.

The source, who told us about the 2,000/3,000 price tag, gave me one more hint: the ultimate X will feature a new APS-C X-Trans Sensor.

However, trusted sources I speak to in these days, want me to make clear that the camera is still in an early development stage, so Fujifilm can change everything anytime.

So they invite us all to take it with a grain of salt.

With that said, I know what question now pops in your mind: will it have a stacked CMOS sensor we find in the Sony A9 for super fast sensor readout?

I don’t know it yet, but I had a talk with Andrea from SonyAlphaRumors, who is definitely the best source when it comes to Sony Rumors.

I asked Andrea from SAR if Sony plans a stacked APS-C CMOS sensor. He currently has no real strong rumor about it, but his personal guess based on initial whispers and speculations is that a stacked ASP-C sensor, also for the Ultimate X, could definitely be a possibility (I have permission to share this here on FR).

It’s still a long way to the ultimate X… feel free to join me on this journey also via Facebook, RSS-feed and Twitter

stay tuned guys… ;)