MK-NF-F body with All-metal design, to ensure the use of the number of times and better protection of the camera.
with F-7 adjustment for scale ring, can be directly in the ring outside the loop to adjusted the aperture value,
very convenient and practical. tripod interface using the standard 1/4 screw mouth .
ensure the safety of the camera and lens on the tripod.
MK-NF-F Volume: 77 * 72 * 31MM Compact and easy to carry Package
1* Packaging pounch
NOTE: 2 days left before the special offer with free bonuses “Luminar Neptune Bundle” is gone. After that there will be only Luminar Neptune available without bonuses. Fujirumors readers get additonal $10 discount using code “FUJI”.
FR-reader David has done a series of videos showing how he uses Luminar Neptune to process his images. Most of his examples are Fuji files! Here are the youtube videos:
Luminar Neptune (1.20) – A Quick Workflow for Making your Images Better – Youtube Video
Godox Plan: TT350 Olympus and Fuji If TT350 is good, Move to TT685 and V860II. If all is good move to X1 Fuji and X1 Olympus. The same time firmware update for all 2.4G light accept Fuji and Olympus AD200 60 bulb LED light head
Step one has been almost accomplished, since the TT350 will be out very soon (end of June). So it’s time now for Godox to continue on their roadmap.
Once again, thanks to the FR-reader, who shared this news with FujiRumors. Your help is the Nr.1 reason why here on FujiRumors.com we always break the news before anybody else. Thanks A LOT for you help… and feel free to keep it up :)
Matt Granger just launched a new series of travel videos, where he reviews gear on the field (mattgranger.com/fieldtested). The opening episode features the Fujifilm GFX 50s (with GF 63 and GF 120) in Bhutan.
So he’s giving you nice mix between backround information and travel impressions about Bhutan and feedback about the Fujifilm GFX 50s. About the Fujifilm GFX 50s he says amongst the others:
hugely detailed files and lovely colors
Great showdow recovery
The current GF lenses might not seems ultra fast, especially if you are used to DSLR and you are used to F1.4 or F1.8. However, if you would get the GF lenses for portrait work, the lenses are actually great. Many FF lenses used at F1.4 tend to be not that sharp, have vignetting, not particulary contrasty (except there very top line and expensive ones) and due to the very shallow DOF it’s easy to misfocus the eye. The GF lenses Matt used (GF 63 and GF 120) seem to be designed for headshots. From the tip of the nose to the eye everything will be in focus, and then the lovely fall-off. Wide open GF lenses have no vignetting and sharpness is outstanding.
Weather sealing tested under rain. No moisture intruded. Works totally fine.
Low Light AF can take up to a full second, so he has missed some shots (NOTE: Fujifilm recently released a new firmware that improved AF speed in low light)
at 3 fps and with the huge files, it’s no speed monster
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