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Elinchrom Support for FUJIFILM Coming in September 2018


Elinchrom for Fujifilm

Back in March 2017, Elinchrom promised here: “We Will Support Fujifilm as Next

Since then, not much happened.

There was this Rotolight announcement, which said that Elinchrom support for Fujifilm will come in 2018. And we reported about how Elinchrome said via private Twitter message to a FR-reader, that they will support Fujifilm this summer.

But finally we have an official statement by Elinchrom here:

Fujifilm, the wait is over: Users of the long-awaited Transmitter for Fujifilm will soon be rewarded for their wait. The Transmitter PRO for Fujifilm will be available in September.

I tell you what… I believe it only when I see it!

Godox, Profoto, Nissin, Broncolor, Metz, Cactus, Priolite, Jinbei/Orlit, Conomark and more companies have already added Fujifilm support.

Elinchrom Skyport Plus HS: BHphoto, AmazonUS, Adorama


Elinchrom brings ELB 500 TTL compatibility for Sony and Olympus users with Fujifilm to shortly follow.

Canon®, Nikon®, Sony®, Olympus® and Panasonic® users can now have it all. All existing Elinchrom HS Transmitters can be updated to the Transmitter PRO version, which includes TTL functionality for the ELB 500 TTL

Right after Nikon and Canon, Hi-Sync, HSS and TTL are now available for Sony and Olympus users too.

TTL, HSS or Hi-Sync. All features a photographer may need are now compiled in one single transmitter.

Using an ELB 1200 with Hi-Sync synchronisation or an ELB 500 TTL with HSS, the Transmitter PRO will detect automatically in which mode to switch. Even better, using an ELB 1200 with a Hi-Sync head along with a ELB 500 TTL in the same setup is possible (manual mode). Hi-Sync and HSS just work seamlessly.

Compatibility for all with the ELB 500 TTL.

The ELB 500 TTL is the ideal tool for photographers who find themselves in time sensitive shooting environments where the inherent speed of TTL lets them capture images at the speed of life or for those who simply prefer the convenience of TTL.

The “Manual Lock” functionality allows photographers to get an initial “lock” on their exposure in TTL and then switch to manual mode to further adjust their exposure as they need or to explore different creative effects.

A new version (2.2) for Canon and Nikon also brings more features, stability and support for third part devices such as Rotolight.

These features are built-in right from the start on versions 2.1 for Sony and Olympus.

Fujifilm, the wait is over.

Users of the long-awaited Transmitter for Fujifilm will soon be rewarded for their wait. The Transmitter PRO for Fujiilm will be available in September.