Adorama X-T2 Hot Deal :: $230 Off + Many Freebies (Bag, Filters, UHS-II SD-card, Cleaning Kit, Multi Card Reader & More)

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Adorama decided to put plenty of freebies on the top of the already great X-T2 + Vertical Grip deals.

So, in addition to the $230 price drop, you will get a Bag, Filters (only if grab the kit deal), UHS-II SD-card, cleaning kit, multi card reader and more.

Fujifilm X-T2 Deals: BHphoto / AmazonUS / Adorama / Focuscamera

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Fujifilm GFX Hands On Impressions :: “A Compact Workhorse, That Will Find A Place in My Bag… and In My Heart”

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Fujifilm GFX Hands On Review

Fujifilm GFX facebook member Florian shared his Fujifilm GFX Hands On Review at the Fujiiflm GFX Facebook group here. It’s in German, but you can use the Facebook translation tool to get the English version. He also shares 3 images of the GFX.

I’ll highlight in short some of his findings:

  • BODY: Boxy, very pleasing handling, great ergonomics. Not too big. He loves the joystick. Great build quality, but if you look at the size of body, the camera feels almost too light. It’s like something is missing in the inside, since it’s so light.
  • MENU: It’s still in Beta, so it didn’t run flawlessly
  • EVF: Still in Beta Firmware, but already much better than on the Hasselblad X1D. Information was displayed in white, which he considered not ideal
  • AUTOFOCUS: (Consider it’s an early Beta-Firmware) Absolutely OK. Felt so fast like the AF on the Sony A7, or a bit slower. Definitely faster than the Hasselblad X1D. There was not much light, when he tested the camera, so he expects it to work faster in good light.
  • DISPLAY: On the GFX he handled, there was no touch screen (ADMIN NOTE: or maybe it was not working due to the preliminary Beta-FW? At photokina Fujifilm indicated that it will have a touch.)
  • LENSES: The 63mm is compact. It contributed to the overall lightness of the camera. The zoom lens was quite big.
  • IMAGE QUALITY: No comment. The test condition at the photography fair were not good (bad light) and the Firmware was still a Beta.
  • PRICE: Body: €6,999. 63mm: €1,500 (ADMIN NOTE: This confirms this rumor)
  • CONCLUSION: Awesome. It arouse emotions. Overall very good first impression. A compact workhorse he could use for portrait work, that will find a place in Florian’s bag and heart :) .

For any other questions, just join 4,500+ members at the Fujifilm GFX facebook, and drop your questions in the comments of Florian’s facebook post.

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KAIZEN :: New Firmware Will Allow (Some) Fujifilm X-Series Cameras to Add Copyright Information to Images

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I’ve already told you here, that Fujifilm plans a new Kaizen Firmware update.

Well, today I have an update for you. According to a FR-source, some cameras, and for sure the Fujifilm X-T2, should get the ability to add in camera copyright to your images.

If this is true, well, then Fujifilm finally listened to a long-term firmware request by the X-shooter community. Let’s hope that also “older” X-series cameras will get this feature… but I would not be too optimistic about this.

And as always, Firmware rumors are tricky. So no matter how trusted or not the source is, take it with a grain of salt.

Fujifilm X-T2 (save up to $230): BHphoto / AmazonUS / Adorama / Focuscamera

  • X-T2 + Booster Grip: save $230
  • X-T2 + 18-55 + Booster Grip: save $230
  • X-T2 body/kit Combination Lens Promo: Save $100

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Fujifilm X-T20 Specs Update :: 2-Way Tilt Screen (and Not 3-way or Articulating)

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Fujifilm X-T20 Mock Up

Fujifilm X-T20 Mock Up

Fujifilm X-T20

I received some emails of fellow X-shooters, pointing me to some rumors saying that the Fujifilm X-T20 will have an articulating screen.

I have to inform you that it’s a fake. There won’t be any articulating screen, and not even a 3-way tilting screen like on the X-T2 or GFX. The X-T20 will have a regular 2-way tilt screen, just like the Fujifilm X-T10… with the difference that it will be a touch screen. And it also won’t have a Joystick, as reported here.

The X-T20 will be a downspece’d version of the X-T2. 24MP sensor + X-Processor Pro, but no super-high continuous AF burst, no weather sealing, 1 SD card slot and probably no 4K.

All the latest and greatest Fujifilm goodness will be launched on Janaury 19. Just tune in to FujiRumors… you’ll get all the news and rumors. And make sure you won’t miss anything, by following us also on Facebook, RSS-feed and Twitter.

stay tuned…

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