Samuel shared with he community Fujifilm GFX100 RAW files linking to his google drive here. Damien is actively discussing his first impression of the Fujifilm GFX100 in this post here. Keith has shared the image and 100% crop of the parrot, you can see it in all its glory here.
I have downloaded some 600 MP GFX100 TIFF files provided by digitalcameraworld (link below), and opened them in Capture One Pro 12. It’s only when you play around with the GFX100 files, that you understand why this beast is worth the money!
Whatever comes, you only have to do one thing: follow FujiRumors to know everything as fast as possible ;).
GFX · X fan meeting “FUJIKINA” is again.
This time, Tokyo’s event space “CROSS DOCK HARUMI” in Harumi will be held, and an event “FUJIKINA 2019 Tokyo” will be held to thoroughly enjoy the GFX X series.
In this event, you can experience the latest models of GFX and X series, talk shows and studio demonstrations by top photographers and creators from inside and outside Japan, gallery exhibition, free quick maintenance service (by reservation only) and GFX and X series. We offer various contents such as free rental service (by reservation only).
In addition, “FUJIKINA 2019 Tokyo” is planning to make a public program to create promotional videos and photos of overseas artists using the GFX / X series as a new program. Don’t miss the chance to see and experience the top professional production sites.
At the Fujikina 2019 there will be touch & try, quick maintenance service, loan Program, photowalks, live talk & studio demos and public filming. You can check out the full program at the dedicated fujikina 2019 page.
Earlier this year, on January 21, Fujifilm launched the first “Fujikina” event in Kyoto, Japan. On that event, Fujifilm also announced the Fujifilm GFX and more.
Well, Fujifilm just officially announced a new Fujikina event, this time in Toyko on September 7, 2017. If you want, you can sign-up now for the event.
And if Fujifilm does it like last time, also this one could be a nice event to finally unveil to the world new gear, such as the rumored X-E3, XF80 Macro, the GF 45mm and maybe even more.
And don’t worry, if you can’t go to the event, FujiRumors will be the one place where to be, to get virtually as close to the event as possible… your window to Fujikina 2017!
So make sure to stay tuned on fujirumors via Facebook, RSS-feed, Twitter and allow push notifications (click the bell on the bottom right of your browser), to get all the information you need in real time here, non-stop and super fast 24×7 ;)
Fujifilm has big plans apparently, since they just chose to launch a Photo Event in Kyoto with the important name “FujiKina 2017” (in reference to the biggest photography show in the world, the Photokina in Cologne).
Participants will also have the opportunity to Touch & Try the latest and greatest Fujifilm gear.
Here is the full (google translated) announcement:
Fujifilm Corporation (President: Kenji Ueno) will hold “FUJIKINA 2017 Kyoto” for two days on Saturday, January 21, 201 (Sunday), 2017.
At this event, we will exhibit photographs depicting the themes of “the world of the large format”, “the world of the center finder style”, and “the world of the range finder style” with three galleries scattered in the city of Kyoto. In addition, we have a touch & try that you can experience the latest models, talk shows and studio demonstrations by domestic and international famous photographers who love the X series, free rental service of X series and free quick maintenance service (reservation system) We are doing our favorite thing for pleasing everyone who has patrons.
In addition, if you pre-register for this event, you will receive a memorable item as a bonus.
I am waiting for your visit from the bottom of my heart.
1.5 years were shared with the Fujifilm X-H1 IBIS mechanism development. But once the IBIS for X-H1 was ready, it took them additional 1.5 years for Fujifilm GFX100 IBIS.
At Fujikina 2019 in Toyko, Fujifilm displayed the ASP-C and MF IBIS units. You can see the difference in the image below.
Imaging-resource also shared a video and some GFX100 media slides. They say:
IBIS and OIS do not work together. Could change in future with firmware update, as it happened with Fujifilm X-H1
4K@30p full sensor readout, but uses line skipping in vertical direction
The Fujifilm X-H1 IBIS looks small next to the Fujifilm GFX100 one. However, the X-H1 IBIS is still too big. It’s one of Fuji’s priorities to make it even smaller in order to give us a smaller Fujifilm X-H2, or maybe even fit it into a future Fujifilm X-T4 and X-T40 or any other camera that might come down the road.