RUMOR: Adobe Support for Fujifilm GFX Coming This Week

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This rumor does not come from my own sources, but has been shared by Chris (website) at the Fujifilm GFX faceook group here. I quote:

What if I told you, I heard from someone who knows someone who knows someone, that LR should support the GFX next week…” [the rumor was shared last week at the GFX group]

8,500 GFX owners and fans are discussing all things GFX at our GFX Facebook group. For GFX-exclusive news and rumors check out the dedicated GFX facebook page.

As you know, Iridient already supports the GFX. And Palle Schultz (yep, THE Palle Schultz), who a member of our GFX facebook group, shared his findings and image here.

Palle Schultz:

Played around again with a GFX RAW file. Now in Iridient Developer. Developed and maintained by one guy… pretty impressive. Exported to psd and played around a slightly bit in Lightroom. Iridient Developer is quite easy to use. If you know Camera RAW you know Iridient. But Iridient is coded by a photo pixelpeeping geek, that is for certain. The integrity of the files are kept intakt and you must be very agressive to overdo your pics in that application. I can highly recommend it as a RAW converter for the GFX.

It is shot handheld with the 63mm lens at 1600 ISO and at a pretty slow shutter speed. Hence the slight motion blur.

I’ve attached a slightly cropped picture and a 100% zoom.”

For GFX-exclusive news and rumors follow the dedicated GFX facebook page.

Join & Enjoy discussions and images with 8,500 GFX owners and fans at our GFX Facebook group.

 

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