miXed zone: Switch from Canon to Fuji Then Back to Canon :: Weddings with the X-series :: HS-V5 software in USA & more


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Buy the X-T1 + 18-135mm WR at AmazonUS, use code “CAMERAGIFT” at checkout, and save $500 ($300 instant rebate + $200 credit). To know more about it click here (keep in mind, just the X-T1 + 18-135 is an eligible product for $200 Credit). There is much more Fuji Gear in offer (up to $900 off). Here is the whole list.

How To Get the HS-V5 Tethered Software in USA

A FR-reader was able to get a copy of the HS-V5 tethered shooting software in USA. Here is what you have to do:

Tethered Shooting Software IS available in the United States directly from Fuji USA. Call (800) 800-3854 [FujifilmUSA Customer Information Services] – Prompt #4 (Parts). There you can order Fuji’s HS-V5 Tethered Shooting Software for the Fuji X-T1. You have to wait a long time (it took me around 45 minutes). When you get through, be sure to talk to Kelley. The software price is $121.63, plus $9.95 shipping, plus tax (if you live in New Jersey). I ordered it over the phone with a credit card. Kelley told me that the HS-V5 software is available at retail in the U.S. at stores like B&H and Adorama, but they do not show it online. Another person at Fuji told me last week that the software is slated for availability by mid-December. It seems that the left hand does not know what the right hand is doing. Fuji has great cameras and lenses, but really falls down on customer service. Too bad. BUT, I got the software!”

USA: AmazonUS / BHphoto / Adorama / EU: AmazonDE / PCHstore / AmazonUK / AmazonITA /

FIRST LOOK: XF 35mmF2 WR at the X-Pert Corner / First Impressions at ledesmaphotography / German first impressions at marco-k.photography / Ready for anything: The XF 35mmF2 R WR at laroquephoto / Impressions and samples at yodobashi (translation) / First Impressions at mattmccordphotography / A Visit to Park Slope With The Fuji XF 35mm F2 Lens at findingrange / Test at mikemander /

1.4x Teleconverter
USA: AmazonUS / BHphoto / Adorama / EU: PCHstore / AmazonITA /

X-T10 (vs. X-T1)
USA: AmazonUS / BHphoto / Adorama EU: AmazonDE / AmazonUK / AmazonFR / WexUK / PCHstore / AUS: Camerapro

Review at pdnonline / Review at henrysmithscottage /

XF90mmF2 WR
USA: AmazonUS / BHphoto / Adorama EU: AmazonDE / AmazonUK / AmazonFR / WexUK / PCHstore / AUS: Camerapro

Review at slrgear /

Fujifilm X-T1

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Sinjun: “I’m getting much better results when shooting action shots with the Fuji X-T1 since installing the 4.0 Firmware update. Six year old Mack was running full speed on the roof of a house when I saw what he was doing out of the corner of my eye, but I still managed to capture a few frames at 8 fps that were all in focus including this one.

Photographing an event in a storm with the Fuji X-T1 at paulmellingphotography / Berlin: The Photographs of Samuel Zeller at thepluspaper / Iron Sand at bokeh-monster /

X100/S/T + TCL/WCL

Fuji X100T: How I came to eat my words at macfilos / X100 Street Photography at colinnichollsphotography / What I Miss About the Fuji X100T at joewilcox / First Impressions at mattmccordphotography / at Documenting boxers fighting with the X1ooT at fujifilmcollective / Why the X100S is the best camera I’ve ever owned at alexcoghe / Fuji X100T Project – Back to the Sea at stuartburrillphotography / Chiang Mai: streets, food markets, people and spirituality at jakubpuchalski / Las Vegas street photography with the Fuji X100T at ianmacdonaldphotography / X100T as a Portrait Camera? at fujifilmcollective / First Impressions at roger-marc /

other X-series cameras

Attempting infra red simulation with the Fuji X-E1 at garyksmithphotography / Fujifilm X-Pro1 Booty Call at billthornhill-photography / X100T & X-Pro1: The Day After the Paris Attacks… at jasonryanphotography /


X-mount lenses

56mmF1.2: Using fire for light with the brightest lens in our lab at imaging-resource / XF 10-24: The Last Days of Autumn at leighmiller / More Pancakes? Why Not! First Impression of the Fujifilm XF27 at rivalsvs / Getting by with a Fuji X-T1 and two Fuji standard zoom lenses at aboutphotography-tomgrill / Winter Imagery with the XF 50-140mm F2.8 at olafphotoblog / X-T10 + 18-55: Awareness Experimentation at ipcloud / Part 1 of 5: Must Own Fuji X lens #1, its qualities, attributes & more at Theoria Apophasis youtube / NSFW: The Lowly Fuji Kit Lens at medium /

other lenses / Adapter / Extension Tubes

$7 Macro? First Impression of the Tamron SP 90 at rivalsvs / Great Bokeh with Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG Art on Fuji X-E2 at stanleyleary /

Fuji X for Weddings / Switch (or not) to the X / Travel X

Why I Made The Switch From Canon to Fuji Then Back to Canon at rivalsvs / Weddings with the X-series at vopoku / Why I Moved to Fuji X Cameras for Engagement Work at fstoppers / Why I Chose Fujifilm X100T Mirrorless Camera With Fixed Focal Length Lens For My Travel Photography at wazariwazir /

X-Trans / Jpeg / RAW / Converters

Question For Fuji X-Trans Users at thewanderinglensman / Silkypix includes Fuji film simulation profiles at fuji-x-forum / Fuji Film Simulation Jpegs Versus Adobe Camera Raw at stonebridgephotography / Mobile X-Trans Image Sharpening at hendriximages /

Acessories / Flash / Bags

Fuji X-T1 with Canon flashes and Pocket Wizards at imagemakers-pg / Ocular Adaptor for Fujifilm X-E1 and X-E2 at Björn Sozumschein youtube /

a bit of everything

Goodbye Fujifilm at rivalsvs / Most of the pictures taken with X-gear at kaikremser blog + kaikremser instagram / The advantage of zone focusing robvisualfuji / New Orleans – contradictions and contrasts at theinspiredeye / London Bus Stories at benjamin.nwaneampeh / NSFW: Fuji X Backup Camera Conundrums at bw.ipcloud /

Lights, Mourning, People In The City, Place de la République at ianap


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