As I promised about a month ago, the new firmware supports all Contax 645 lenses’ AF on GFX50s is ready for download. Compare to firmware v2.1, 45-90/4.5 and 350/4 has been added to the AF list. Fringer C645-GFX adapter users, please visit https://www.fringeradapter.com to download new firmware, i.e. version 2.21, and upgrade your adapter according to the steps described in user’s manual. Or you can order a new adapter installed with the new firmware from https://www.fringeradapter.com/#buy-it-now .
Due to the design of the old lenses, their AF performance on Fujifilm GFX 50s has limitations. Don’t expect them perform like native G lenses on GFX50s or C645 lenses on C645 camera body. That would not be changed until new G mount camera introduces PDAF. Let’s pray that Sony would hand over medium frame CMOS equipped with latest technology sooner
Fringer Contax645-GFX smart adapter AF demo (45-90 & 350/4) at fringer youtube
Fujifilm has won the 69th Engineering Emmy® Award for the development of FUJINON 4K Cine Zoom Lenses
October 2, 2017
FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) is delighted to announce that the FUJINON 4K Cine Zoom Lenses providing imagery in television have been awarded a 69th Engineering Emmy® Award by the Television Academy*.
ON1 Photo RAW 2018 is coming at the end of October for $120 (public beta on October 6). Nothing Fujifilm specific, but HDR, Pano, Masking, and more. Details at petapixel. Also, check out on1.com for a live event
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