Fujifilm X/GFX Deals Continue and Peak Design Micro Clutch Raises 600K+ Dollar in Just a Few Days!



Peak Design

Peak Design launched their new Micro Clutch on Kickstarter, and in just a few days it raised over 600,000 dollar!

It’s a functional hand strap specially designed for mirrorless cameras for better grip, more comfort and total access to controls. You can check out all the details at their dedicated Kickstarter page here.

As usual, it comes with Kickstarter launch discount.


After their massive success with their black version, which cashed in about $200,000, German company Spinn has now launched the 2023 edition of their fully self-adhesive camera wrap.

The SPINN CW.01 protective wrapper – Edition 2023:

  • comes in three new optimized dimensions
  • a new colour that hides dust
  • and another all-new XL size to safely cover professional, large-format camera accessories.

It went online today and already raised 15K.

You can check out all details and get your wrap at a discount at the dedicated Kickstarter page here.

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RUMOR: Fujifilm X-S20 Compatible with FAN-001 Cooling Fan (of X-H2/S)


According to our trusted sources (thanks!!) the Fujifilm X-S20 will be compatible with the FAN-001 cooling fan for the X-H2/S.

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BREAKING: New Fujifilm X-App Announcement on May 24


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It looks like a very long rumor story is going to end.

Quick recap in case you missed the previous episodes:

  • July 2022: FujiRumors shares the rumor that Fujifilm is working on a new Camera App
  • September 2022: FujiRumors leaks the name of the App, X-App
  • October 2022: FujiRumors leaks internal Fujifilm documents that show the name X-App

Well, the wait is finally over according to our trusted sources, as Fujifilm will announce the new X-App on May 24 during the Fujifilm X Summit.

And to be clear: our sources told us they will announce it on May 24. So I don’t know if it will also be available for download on the same day.

But damn, it took Fujifilm really a long time to come out with this one.

And let’s hope it will be a decent App.

I mean, Fujifilm managers recently told us they see smartphones not as an enemy, but as an ally.

Well, that’s nice and good, but in order to really make the mobile phone a true ally, you do need a solid, reliable and feature rich App. Then yes, then the smartphone becomes a useful integration to our X and GFX system.

So, let’s cross fingers that they will get it right this time. ;)

And definitely stay tuned on FujiRumors on May 24. Because one thing is 100% sure: there will be surprises (in addition to X-S20, XF8mmF3.5 and new App). And I will cover everything for you here on FujiRumors.

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Notice and Apology Regarding Supply of “FUJIFILM X-T5” Camera


Fujifilm Japan has issued an official statement, where they apologies for the shortage of Fujifilm X-T5 cameras due to demand that exceeded their expectations.

Overall, in Asia the Fujifilm X-T5 suffered a much more severe shortage then in North America or Europe. I don’t know why that is, maybe Fujifilm just prioritized these markets over the Asian ones.

Notice and apology regarding the supply of the mirrorless digital camera “FUJIFILM X-T5”

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The Power of VLOG: Fujifilm X-S20 Coming with Product Priority and Background Defocus Mode


After I shared the rumor about the Fujifilm X-S20 having a dedicated VLOG icon printed on the PSAM dial, trusted sources reached out to me and informed me about some brand new “vlogging” modes that Fujifilm will introduce with the Fujifilm X-S20.

More precisely, they told me that it will have:

  • Product Priority Mode
  • Background Defocus Mode

I have not been given any further details than that, but to me it sounds like the “product priority mode” could be something like the feature we find on the Sony ZV cameras.

And if it really is something like we find it on the Sony ZV cameras, then this is how it would work.

Usually when making talking head videos, Vloggers have their camera set on face detection. This means that when they want to show a product, they have to hide their face behind the product in order to disable face detection and let the camera focus on the product itself.

Well, with this feature, at least on Sony ZV cameras, the camera recognises when a product enters the frame and focuses on it, without the need for the Vlogger to hide his face behind it.

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