New Hartblei Zeiss Superrotators for Fujifilm GFX


The new Hartblei Zeiss Superrotators Shift and Tilt with 3×360º rotation for Fujifilm GFX are ready:

  • 4/40mm IF (Distagon)
    Price: €5395
  • 2,8/80mm (Planar)
    Price: €3295

They come in addition to the one announced last year here:

  • 4/120mm (Macro Planar)
    Price: €4595

A set of all three will be €11956,50, all prices net+ shipment.

In this post you can see 2 teasers of the 4/40mm IF which has a measured 200 lp/mm (see Zeiss Datasheet).

Hartblei already takes orders and can deliver right now those they have in stock. If they are built on orders it takes about 4-6 weeks until delivery.

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Fujifilm Manager and Kevin Raber talk GFX100: “No Dials Improve Weather Sealing”

Kevin Raber, former publisher of Luminous-Landscape, is now back with his old team and they have started photoPXL.

In this episode, you can see Fujifilm manager Mike Bolbenko giving an overview on the Fujifilm GFX100.

I’ll skip things (specs) that I believe you all know already, and sum up below a few other points:

  • the term “medium format” is a film concept
  • in digital terms the current GFX sensor is better called “large format”
  • Fujifilm removed all the dials on the Fujifilm GFX100 because:
    – main reason for dial removal is that it improves weather sealing
    – about 50% of the users are going to shoot tethered
  • 16 bit makes files allows for more push/pull or color shifts
  • with flash, use mechanical shutter
  • electronic shutter for shooting fast and shallow DOF on brights sunny day
  • electronic shutter is silent. The company that made sound blimps, went bankrupt last year
  • electronic front curtain minimizes the shutter shake
  • max IBIS is 5.5 stops. With third party lenses you get up to 5
  • Kevin Raber recommends to keep IBIS on even when working on a tripod
  • Kevin Raber says Fuji stands behind customers, when it comes to repair (shutter lock on GFX100) and also firmware updates
  • Fujifilm can’t give film simulations color science to third parties. So, for people who want perfect match, they can use the free Fujifilm X RAW Studio software

Over at the blog, you can also read articles like the “Using The Fuji 50R To Shoot Steam Engines In The Cold Of Winter“. Check it out at photopxl.

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Fringer EF-FX Adapter Firmware 1.30 for Gen2 and 3.10 for Gen1 Released

Fringer has released firmware updates for the following smart adapters:

Fringer EF-FX Pro II Customer Reviews at BHphoto

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Photons to Photos: Fujiflm GFX100 vs Sony a7rIV Dynamic Range and Other FULL FRAME Compared

Photons to Photos added the Sony a7rIV to their database, and you can now compare it to all other cameras, including the Fujifilm GFX100.

The new Sony a7rIV performs slightly worse at high ISO, but that’s not surprising, giving the higher resolution.

I decided to compare the Fujifilm GFX100 with the following full frame cameras: Sony a7rIV, Nikon Z7, Panasonic S1R, Sony A7rIII and Canon EOS R.

You can manipulate the chart here.

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