Pulitzer Prize Winner Ringo Chiu uses Fujifilm X Gear

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Ringo Chiu won the Pulitzer prize 2021 as part of the awarded photography staff of Associated Press for a collection of photographs from multiple U.S. cities that cohesively captured the country’s response to the death of George Floyd.

Now NBC News just published a video about Ringo Chiu. In the interview, Ringo Chiu’s first sentence is “I just love photography” and then he goes on telling his story that brought him from China to USA and finally to win the Pulitzer prize.

So what has this to do with Fujifilm?

Well, photography lover Ringo, who grabbed one of the most prestigious awards for photojournalism on the planet, also shoots Fujifilm, as we can see multiple times during the video.

So let’s celebrate yet another Fujifilm X shooters who achieved great results thanks to his passion and talent for photography.

And yet, I am pretty sure that somewhere in a basement or fancy loft, a youtuber is already preparing a video with catchy headline declaring that the Fujifilm X system is no good for any professional use ;).

You can see the video above and check out Ringo Chiu’s work at his instagram here and website here. For the Pulitzer price photo series about the Black Live Matters coverage see this link.

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  • Fujifilm image makes the cover of the TIME magazine (story here)
  • Fujifilm images makes the front page of the Wall Street Journal (story here)
  • X gear is good enough for God’s work (story here)
  • X gear captured America’s most hated man (story here)
  • X gear distracted a French presidential candidate during his interview (story here)
image courtesy: Ringo Chiu - Taken on Fujifilm X-T2 with 10-24mm
image courtesy: Ringo Chiu – Taken on Fujifilm X-T2 with 10-24mm
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RUMOR UPDATE: Fujifilm X-H2S Compatible with CFExpress and SD-Cards

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Just very recently I’ve shared the rumor about the Fujifilm X-H2S being compatible with the super fast CFexpress cards.

Well, some readers contacted me asking me if the Fujifilm X-H2S would also still be compatible with SD-Cards and I am happy to report that the X-H2S will take also SD-Cards.

If you plan to shoot lots of massive bursts, then CFExpress is a must. But for example for my personal needs, a nice snappy (and way more affordable) UHS-II SD-Card is more than enough in terms of speed.

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“Create with Me”: Fujifilm USA launched Wedding Photography Competition with Chance to win Fujifilm X-T4 kit

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This month the Fujifilm X/GFX USA “Create With Me” competition will focus on wedding photography. You have a chance to learn something new and also an opportunity to win a Fujifilm X-T4 Kit!

Learn More at the dedicated Create With Me page.

How Create With Me works

A hand-picked selection of FUJIFILM Creators will be sharing insight and secrets behind their distinctive photographic styles, then inviting you to create and submit images inspired by their advice. Send an image and you could win some incredible prizes, but you can also simply use each round as a new challenge for your photography – and maximize this fantastic opportunity to learn from the best!

The competition is split into twelve monthly rounds, with two FUJIFILM Creators setting a challenge each round. There’s something for everyone from portraits to landscapes, street to weddings. Sign up below to be informed when each round goes live.

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Fujifilm X-T3 WW Deal Continues and Latest on Kickstarter (from the Smallest Camera Slider to Magnetic Filters)

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X-T3 WW

Save up to $200 on the Fujifilm X-T3 WW.

New on Kickstarter

Trexo just launched the world’s most compact camera slider on Kickstarter (Click here).

The new H&Y REVORING Swift system has just been launched on Kickstarter. It’s the world’s first magnetic modular system for photographers & filmmakers.

Of course it comes with a hefty kickstarter launch discount if you decide to back this project.

Down below is a video introduction (you can see it mounted also on a Fuji X-T4) and for the full details you can access the dedicated kickstarter page here.

Disclaimer: Remember to do your research with any crowdfunding project. Despite Kickstarter having its security and safety standards, as with any crowdfunded campaign, there’s always the risk of the product or service never coming to fruition.FujiRumors participates to the Kickbooster affiliate platform which includes this product.

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Fujifilm X-H2S Images in Slightly Higher Resolution

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Yesterday we share the first hands on images of the Fujifilm X-H2S.

And while they gave us a lot of clues about the Fujifilm X-H2S already, some readers wished to get higher resolution samples of the images.

Now, due to the nature of the leak, it is impossible to get crystal clear images. However, I organized for you some slightly higher resolution images which you can see below.

Today I also have a bit more time to check out the images closer (yesterday I made the impossible possible in order to even be able to report about it).

So here is what I see:

  • joystick in X-T4/GFX100S style but place higher up
  • the D-Pad is there
  • fully articulating screen (as we told you)
  • no in-camera cooling system (as we told you)
  • the left side seems to give access to lots of different ports
  • looks like no drive dial under the big dial on the top left side of the camera
  • I can’t spot any dedicated dial on the top right side
  • probably PSAM layout like Fujifilm GFX100S
  • Fujifilm X-E4 style strap lugs

Down below the images.

And remember: huge party here on FujiRumors on May 31 at the Fujifilm X Summit.

Oh, and stay tuned… we are not yet done with the rumors ;).

UPDATE:

A FR-reader took the Fujifilm X-H2S leaked images shared here on FujiRumors and let the files pass through Topaz Gigipixel AI. The result are definitely sharper images, although overall they do not add any information to what we already previously observed. You can see the images down below.

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