Dear (Future) Fujifilm GFX100 II Owners – Who Are You? – VOTE NOW


I have a curiosity.

A curiosity only you guys can satisfy.

And more precisely, those of you, who pre-ordered the Fujifilm GFX100 II.

So the curiosity is this one: where are you coming from?

Are you maybe a Full Frame or APS-C shooter who bought into the GFX system for the first time thanks to the GFX100II?

Or maybe you already own a GFX camera, but you decided to upgrade to GFX100 II?

Feel free to let us know by voting the survey down below.

IMPORTANT: the survey is ONLY for those who Pre-Ordered the Fujifilm GFX100 II. Do NOT vote if you did not pre-order the GFX100 II


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Upcoming “Very Small and All-Digital” Camera to be Part of Instax Family and Cost $100


We told you that Fujifilm will launch a very small digital camera in September.

We confirm it will be an “all digital” camera, but it won’t be part of the X (or GFX) series family.

In fact, we have been told (thanks) it will be part of the Fujifilm Instax family and cost about $100.

You’re welcome to speculate how a “very small all-digital Instax camera” would look like and how it would work.

TO THE SOURCE: thanks a lot… and feel free to share more details about this camera if you have some.


Fujifilm to Produce 1,500 Fujifilm GFX100 II per Month Initially


The Fujifilm GFX100 II will start shipping in late September.

Hopefully there will be enough samples around, because initially Fujifilm will produce 1,500 Fujifilm GFX100 II samples a month.

Now, I have no idea how pre-orders are going, but 1,500 units a month does not sound like a whole lot of cameras.

But what I know is that the Fujifilm GFX100 II is a fantastic camera and if it gets the success that it deserves, then I am afraid that there could be shortages with the shipping.

via Japanese websites newswitch via dclife


Fujifilm GFX100 II IBIS Performance with GF Lenses (vs GFX100S)


Thanks to a new smart system that relies not only on the gyro sensor to stabilise the sensor, but also uses data from the image sensor itself to fine tune stabilisation (more about it in our X summit summary), the Fujifilm GFX100II is capable of achieving 8 stops IBIS.

But this peak 8 stops performance is achieved not with all lenses.

In the chart above shared by Ken L Photo (in text format below) you can see how many stops of IBIS you get on the GFX100II with each GF lens. Also, you get the IBIS performance comparison with the Fujifilm GFX100S.

Full Chart

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