BREAKING: Fujifilm X-S10 will Cost About $999

This comes in fresh today, and I think you’ll LOVE it!

The Fujifilm X-S10 will cost about $999.

If you ask me, that’s a very aggressive pricing. Well done, Fuji :).

Join our brand new Fujifilm X-S10 facebook group.

Take care,
is on Patreon, Facebook, Instagram, RSS-feed, Youtube, Flipboard and Twitter

Join Our Owners Groups

Join Our Facebook Pages

Nice Savings on Third Party Fujifilm NP-W235 Batteries for X-T4

If you are looking for affordable alternatives to the original NP-W235 batteries for Fujifilm X-T4, today you have the opportunity to save on Wasabi third party batteries (click to apply the coupon code).

Here are your options:

 

Fujifilm X-S10 Coming with X-T4 alike Selfie Screen

You guys are really getting better ;).

When we shared the first rumors of the upcoming Fujifilm X-S10, many of you predicted it would have a selfie screen (or let’s call it “vary-angle screen“, which sounds more “professional“).

Well, you were absolutely right.

The Fujifilm X-S10 will indeed have a selfie screen, and to be more precise, the X-T4 selfie screen (not the unique X-T100 screen).

In my opinion, unless you shoot selfie video/photos, the 3-way tilt screen of the X-T3 is the better way to go, as it will always stay nicely centered to your camera and never go in the way of your strap (I wrote about how annoyed I am that my Peak Design strap always covers the X-T4 selfie screen when I tilt it out).

Yep, you can tilt the X-T4 screen inwards to protect the LCD, but a ridiculously cheap X-T4 screen protector will do the same job.

The real advantage of the selfie screen is one, and only one: when tilted inwards, the camera looks even more vintage. And I like that :).

But if you stand behind the camera, and not in front, a regular 3-way tilt screen is just better.

To be fair, as a teacher during COVID-19 times, I must admit the selfie screen on my X-T4 served me very well. But if it wasn’t for that, I’d see no point in selfie screens.

Join our brand new Fujifilm X-S10 facebook group.

Take care,
is on Patreon, Facebook, Instagram, RSS-feed, Youtube, Flipboard and Twitter

Join Our Owners Groups

Join Our Facebook Pages

Viltrox 56mmF1.4 (vs XF56mmF1.2) Reviews Roundup

Viltrox started shipping the new Viltrox 56mm f/1.4 via their official storefront (waiting is longer via BHphoto).

Now the first reviews are coming in, and inevitably some compare it to Fujifilm’s XF56mmF1.2.

Down below you can find them all.

Viltrox 56mmF1.4 Reviews

** CLICK HERE to Read the Rest of the Article **

DPRTV Fujinon XF50mmF1.0 Review: “Unique Bokeh Rendition, but use Standard Electronic Shutter, as First Curtain ES Distorts Bokeh”

The Fujinon XF50mmF1.0 R WR is overall enjoying very positive reviews.

Sure, there are always those, who might not be familiar with such an extreme lens, so they go out and shoot at f/1.0 at a bright sunny day in super high contrast scenes and then complaint because it shows some fringing or because you can’t work without an ND-filter.

Or when reviewers say the bokeh is not good, and then it turns out they used electronic first curtain shutter, which distorts the look of the bokeh (as you can see from the image above). You should always use the standard electronic shutter (or mechanical shutter) if your goal is to get nice bokeh.

So, some of the “flaws” reviewers notice, are actually not issues with the lens, but faults of those, who use a radical fast lens with the wrong settings in the wrong conditions.

It’s clear: if you go for such an extreme lens, you better know about photography and how to handle specialty lenses like this one.

One of those guys, who know how to master such a lens, are Chris and Jordan from DPRTV, who now have published their hands on review of the Fujinon XF50mmF1.0 R WR.

You can see the video and read a summary down below.

Video + Summary

** CLICK HERE to Read the Rest of the Article **