Steelsring EF/FX 2.03 and EF/GFX 2.05 Firmware Updates and Nikon F/GFX Beta Testing Delayed

Nikon F/GFX

Steelsring writes that there was unexpected delay in beta testing of Nikon F/GFX adapter, to be updated in October.

EF/FX 2.03 and EF/GFX 2.05 Firmware update

Common update for EF/FX and EF/GFX adapter

  1. Updated Lens AF driving mechanism, improve the AF locking rate and accuracy.
  2. Updated Lens IS driving mechanism, eliminate IS activation noise of some EF lenses
  3. Fixed a program bug, reduce the chance of camera LCD black out.

EF/FX PDAF performance update for below lenses

For EF/FX firmware download, please visit here.

For EF/GFX firmware download, please visit here.

via Steelsring

Fujifilm GFX 50R pre-orders: BHphoto (Save up to $2,800), Adorama, AmazonUS

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Fujinon GF Lens Roadmap Timeline 2019/2020 and More Fujifilm GFX 100 Details with Image Sample Super Crop

Fujifilm GFX System

Fujifilm has recently announced a new GF lens mount roadmap. The official roadmap, though, didn’t gave any timeline about when the future GF50mmF3.5 pancake, GF100-200mmF5.6 and GF45-100mmF4 will hit the market.

Now the Japanese site dc.watch has shared a couple of media slides, including one that shows the roadmap for the various lenses. We can see:

  • 2019
    – GF100-200mmF5.6 R LM OIS WR
    – GF50mmF3.5 R LM WR
  • 2020
     – GF45-100mmF4 R LM OIS WR

As we told you back in December 2017, Fujifilm plans to release 2/3 lenses for each of their systems (X and GFX) a year. This means that we might see one more lens coming n 2019 for the GFX 50S as well as 1 or 2 more lenses in 2020. Check out our big rumor timeline to see what could come.

The slides also give us some basic details about these lenses, which I have all listed at the bottom of this article.

Other media slides (also below) show some more details the Fujifilm GFX 100. So we discover that (unsurprisingly) it will feature the X Processor 4 and we can see a first crop made out an image taken with the GFX 100.

Don’t worry, of course I did google translate the Japanese description of the slides for your guys. Here on FujiRumors we like to treat you well and save your time ;).

You find everything down below:

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Fujifilm GFX 100 media slides

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Fujifilm Manager: GFX 100 Full Sensor PDAF, no Crop 4K@30p. Engineer who Developed Velvia Film now Develops Film Simualtions

Fujifilm GFX

Hugh Brownstone had a half an hour chat with Fujifilm manager Justin Stailey. It’s an interesting and relaxed talk at a glass of beer, I invite you to check out here.

For those in a hurry, here are some key points from what the Manager says:

Fujifilm GFX 100

  • 100 MP sensor
  • IBIS, because 100MP is sensible to vibration
  • 4K @ 30P with full sensor readout (no crop). No pixel binning. It’s gonna be compressed in some shape or form
  • price under/around $10,000
  • 100% phase detection coverage, but lenses with lots of glass are heavier to move, so it’s never going to have as fast AF as APS-C
  • coming first half 2019

Fujifilm Color Science

  • metric color is different from memory color. Velvia was designed to make things look the way your mind remembers it (memory color). It’s interpretation, it’s how your brain sees it versus what was really there
  • one of the long time Japanese engineers at Fujifilm responsible for Velvia film simulation development, did actually also develop Velvia film in the past

Mixed Talk

  • new age of mirrorless is starting, since more player are in the market. The acceptability of mirrorless has increased now. Fujifilm focuses on what they do best, APS-C for sport, action and video, and Medium Format for portrait and fashion
  • pixels on GFX 50R and GFX 50S are bigger than full frame. Bigger pixels capture more light
  • sensor, lenses, processor, color science, the whole package
  • he does not like that photokina will take place every year in spring, right after CP+. A 2 years circle was better and Fujifilm has organized their announcements also according to photokina
  • just because we announced X-T3, it does not mean that the X-T2 is worst now. Photographer makes more difference than the gear
  • some dealers in USA already make more than 50% revenue by selling mirrorless

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Hugh Brownstone youtube – Fujifilm GFX 50R hands on and first thoughts

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Fujifilm GFX 50R: The Everyday Medium Format gets First Looks, Autofocus Tests and Size Comparisons

Fujifilm GFX 50R

I just came home from another busy day at Photokina, and I played again around with the Fujifilm GFX 50R. It’s a really fine camera, and my GAS goes strong, but $4,500 still make it out of my reach. So my money is safe (I think :) ).

For rangefinder guys like me, the Fujifilm GFX 50R is surely more fun to use than the GFX 50S, also on the streets and for daily documentation of life.

Kevin Mullins and Jonas Rask also said on their live talks at Photokina, that the Fujifilm GFX 50R is a medium format they enjoy to pick up and carry around for daily shooting, much more than a bulkier Fujifilm GFX 50S, which is definitely a wonderful tool for professional work, but not as “casual” as the Fujifilm GFX 50R.

So keep in mind that performance is just the same of Fujifilm GFX 50S. What the real difference is, is the shooting experience. So I will share a few reviews down below, but none will tell you how the Fujifilm GFX 50R feels in your hands.

Fujifilm GFX 50R: BHphoto (save up to $2,800), Adorama, AmazonUS

Blog Posts

  • optyczne.pl (translation) – first look with size comparison to GFX 50S and X-E2s. Down below a live view AF demo they shared on youtube
  • camerajabber – Fujifilm GFX 50R review: In pictures

Videos

optyczne youtube – GFX 50R Live View

engadget youtube – Fujifilm GFX 50R and GFX 100 First Look

Capture One Fujifilm Support First Look, What you Will Get and How Much it Will Cost – Discount Code AMBFR

First Look by alessandromichelazzi.com linked below

Yes, finally. Capture One supports fully the Fujifilm X and GFX system. Here it the dedicated page.

But I saw some confusion on a couple of things, and I thought it’s time to make a clear post about it:

Products & Pricing

  • Capture One Express for Fujifilm with basic functionalities – FREE and available for download now
  • Capture One Pro for Fujifilm cameras with tethering for current top 6 cameras – SUBSCRIPTION ONLY and available for download now for $159 per year
  • Capture One Pro Universal with FULL support for Fujifilm and other brands – SUBSCRIPTION costs $180 and STANDALONE $299

You can save from 5% on Capture One Pro for Fujifilm Subscription by using coupon code “AMBFR
You can save from 10% on Capture One Pro Universal Subscription or Standalone by using coupon code “AMBFR

Fujifilm X and GFX Support Improvement

  • RAW file support for all Fujifilm cameras
  • Film Simulation Profiles will be added in a future release free of charge
  • Tethered support for GFX 50S, X-H1, X-T3, X-T2, X-T1, X-Pro2

First Look

FR-reader Alessandro has downloaded the new Capture One version, and shared his findings on this blog alessandromichelazzi here.