BREAKING: Next Fujifilm Film Simulation to be Called NOSTALGIC NEGATIVE

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Nostalgic Negative

According to information we have just received from trusted sources, the long rumored new film simulation to be launched on January 27 will be called “Nostalgic Negative“.

I don’t know you, but I already love the vintage sound of it ;).

I don’t know which original film will serve as inspiration for this particular film simulation. Classic Negative is based on Superia, as you can see from Fuji’s own presentation sheet here.

I am crossing fingers that it will based on this one!

And if you wonder why Fujifilm doesn’t give it the name of existing film, then feel free to read the explanation of Fujifilm engineers here.

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Fujifilm GFX100S Explained: Fixed EVF, Only One Top Dial (PSAM), No D-Pad, Top LCD, No Humpback and More

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Ok guys, let’s narrow the range of our imagination, and describe a bit closer the Fujifilm GFX100S.

According to our information, you can imagine Fujifilm GFX100S like this:

  • no GFX50S humpback (if you don’t know what I mean, check out this image)
  • Top plate has only one dial on the top left side: a PSAM dial
  • no D-Pad
  • has joystick
  • Top LCD
  • Fixed viewfinder (not removable like on GFX100S and GFX50S, where it also can tilt thanks to the EVF tilt adapter)

Let’s add the information we already shared:

So, the Fujifilm GFX100S will be the first GFX camera with a PSAM dial.

And I get it: the almost totality of the market wants a PSAM dial. And if Fujifilm wants to attack the high end full frame market, then they simply have no other choice than to offer a GFX camera with PSAM dial. It will help the GFX system to get more popular.

And you know what?

Sure, I still would have preferred retro dials, but a PSAM dial is still better than the solution the GFX100 adopted, which was the first and only Fujifilm I ever used, that I struggled to operate out of the box.

So, mixed feelings here. But overall I prefer a PSAM dial over the solution adopted on the original GFX100.

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