Yesterday Adobe updated the Fujifilm Cameras Tether Shooting Plug-in PRO for Adobe Exchange. If you have Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and a X-T1, X-T2 or GFX 50S, the Pro plug-in lets you import captured images directly to a computer and you can control shooting on camera or from a computer. https://creative.adobe.com/addons/producers/121682
Shared by GFX facebook member Robert here:
“Great news! GFX High Speed Sync with Strobes
I’ve conducted successful HSS tests on the GFX. I’m beta testing the triggers that made this possible and the company has asked me not to disclose the model, which is why they are obscured in gaffer tape.
Behind the lamp is mid-day sun, HSS allowed the background and foreground to be properly exposed. Video features 1/2500th and 1/4000th shutter speeds but I’ve tested all speeds over the GFX’s native 1/125.
Flash power on the Broncolor Siros S 800 was set to 4.2 and strobe was in HS mode. (Flash was active in second half of video but Beep sound was turned off.)
Lens was Fuji 63mm wide open at 2.8.
Rarely the flash didn’t fire but it’s still beta. Every time it did fire exposure and timing was perfect, no banding, no color temperature shifts.”
Shutter Lag (corrected)
I didn’t share the previous video, because it was evident that the shutter lag of the GFX couldn’t be so bad. I didn’t want to create useless alarms. But I’m happy to see that J I M I Z E L L now shared an updated video with the accurate demostration of the shutter lag. So no panic, it’s a lot faster than the previous one ;) Check it out here.