Get a FREE DOMKE Bag/Strap with Purchase of Fujifilm X100V and Save up to $1,000 on Fujifilm X/GFX gear

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Fujifilm has just launched a new deal.

If you purchase of Fujifilm X100V, you get a free DOMKE Medium Camera bag or DOMKE Camera Strap.

To read all details, go to the BHphoto X100V page and click on the link we show you in the screenshot above or read the full Terms and Conditions below.

And of course, there are still the Fujifilm Fall Savings.

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Fujifilm Spain: Classic Negative Film Simulation Coming to Fujifilm X-T3 via Firmware Update on October 28 – UPDATE

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UPDATE: Fujifilm Spain has now deleted the comment and told to Spanish news sites that Classic Negative for X-T3 is not confirmed. Read all details here.

Fujifilm has recently officially announced a major firmware update for Fujifilm X-T3 to come on October 28.

To know what it will bring, check out this post.

Missing from the official list of features is the lovely Classic Negative film simulation (which I love to use for my street photos).

But there is hope!

According to a report by the Spanish website Fujistas, they got confirmation from Fujifilm Spain that Classic Negative will be included in the big Fujifilm X-T3 firmware 4.00 update of late October. And indeed, if you look at Fujifilm Spain Instagram, you can see they told to their followers that Classic Negative will be included.

So, let’s cross fingers. I really love Classic Negative on my X-T4, and I strongly hope that also all X-T3 shooters will soon be able to enjoy this beautiful film simulation, too.

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IBIS COMPARISON: Fujifilm X-S10 vs X-H1 vs X-T4 – Smarter Wiring, 30% Smaller Side by Side with Older IBIS Units

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In the latest Fujifilm X Lab episode (which is in Japanese and you rely on a ridiculous automatic google translation that often does not make sense), Fujifilm engineers and managers talk about the Fujifilm X-S10.

They talk about the challenges of shrinking IBIS, how they changed the wiring to make it smaller and more power efficient and other things.

But what is most interesting for us, is that they showed the brand new IBIS units of the Fujifilm X-S10 side by side with the one of the Fujifilm X-H1 and Fujifilm X-S10.

As we have learned during the the launch event (which we shared in our huge X-S10 live blog), the IBIS unit on the X-S10 is about 30% smaller over the one on the X-T4.

And looking at the images below, you can really see how the X-S10 IBIS is clearly smaller than the X-T4 IBIS, not to talk of the X-H1 IBIS, which is the first IBIS Fujifilm ever created (well, that’s not technically not correct, but seriously, we don’t count this one, ok?).

It’s impressive how rapidly Fujifilm is proceeding with the miniaturization process of its IBIS, which is a declared top priority for Fujifilm.

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