Mission Impossible: Official “Fallout” Photos Taken with Fujifilm X and GFX Gear

Mission Impossible: Making Professional Work with Fujifilm Cameras :)

Mission Impossible: Making Professional Work with Fujifilm Cameras :)

Fujifilm’s Mission Impossible

If you are one of those, who thinks Fujifilm is not for Pros (APS-C is crap, MF is too slow), then please stop reading now, since I would like you to keep your sweet illusions ;).

Still sticking around? Well, then here is todays’ story.

After we discovered that the official images of Hollywood’s blockbuster “Dunkirk” were taken with the Fujifilm X-Pro2 and Fujinon XF18-135, fellow FR-reader Sam Zhai (instagram @hermeneuticlens) now spotted Fujifilm cameras on set of Mission Impossible – Fallout.

Chiabellajames.com (Instagram cbj_photo) used the following gear, to snap the official images for the movie:

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DPReviewTV Fujinon XF 8-16mm f/2.8: “Optically Fantastic, but for Most People the Fujinon XF 10-24mm F4 is a Better Choice”

DRPreview TV reviewed the Fujinon XF 8-16mm f/2.8. Here are their findings:

  • professional line of Fujinon lenses
  • well-built, heavy and expensive
  • well suited for cameras like Fujifilm X-H1
  • manual focus ring feels sloppy
  • no OIS, but it’s typical for lenses in this range. But they miss it anyway, unless used on X-H1 with IBIS
  • XF 10-24 more well suited for lighter bodies and has OIS
  • no filter threads, typical for lenses that wide
  • powerful autofocus motors. Fast and accurate
  • coma very well corrected, excellent for astrophotography and cityscape
  • vignetting and distortion very well corrected
  • sunstars are not bad, but not the best they have seen
  • close focusing is similar to the XF10-24 (9 feet)
  • XF8-16 optically fantastic, very sharp
  • 8mm at f/2.8 a little bit weird in the corners, but stopping down cleans up beautifully
  • wide open it is sharper than the XF10-24, but stopped down difference gets smaller
  • It’s admirable that Fujifilm gives us lenses that give us full frame equivalent look, like the Sony 12-24mm f/4 G
  • the Sony 12-24 is lighter and $300 cheaper
  • if you want FF look in APS-C, you are not going to save money
  • for most people, the XF 10-24mm F4 is a better choice, since landscape you stop down anyway
  • XF 8-16mm F2.8 is a niche lens

Fujinon XF 8-16mm f/2.8 (save $100): BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS, Focuscamera
Fujinon XF 10-24mmF4 OIS (save $100): BHphoto, AmazonUS, Adorama, FocusCamera

FUJIFILM to Raise Photographic Film Prices in June and End Some Film Sales in December

Price Increase after June

Fujifilm will raise prices on photographic film after June. Affected are:

Color negative film (135)

Professional negative film (135/120)

Professional negative film (120)

Reversal film (135/120/CUT)

Film with lens (135)

  • Fujicolor photography disposable camera

End of Sale in December 2019

Some film options will no longer be sold:

Color Negative Film

Film with lens

Fujifilm Statement
(google translated)

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Fujifilm X100V (or X200) Coming with New Lens

We already told you that the Fujifilm X100F successor (X100V/X200) will come in 2020.

I am still working on the details, but I can now safely say, that the Fujifilm X100V (or X200) will come with a new lens (and of course we can expect the latest X-Trans IV sensor in it).

As an anonymous source also told me, “the old lens is already struggling to make use of the current sensor”.

I know you guys have questions about the new lens. And I am working on this. But for now I do not feel confident enough to give a final answer on this. But the work is in progress, so expect updates on this hopefully soon.

Thanks to the anonymous source, who contacted me yesterday confirming me it will have a new lens. I read also the rest of your message. I will make a routine checks, and share later on. Thanks a ton!

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