Fujifilm X-Pro3 Coming with Tilt Screen

Fujifilm X-Pro3

If you are following me on Instagram, you will already know I am passing my holiday with SonyAlphaRumors in Croatia.

But if you think I am going to have a break from the rumors and the blogging, then you are terribly wrong. Just like Fuji’s new slogan, also FujiRumors Never Stops.

So what I am hearing today?

Well, I am hearing, that the Fujiiflm X-Pro3 will have a tilt screen.

Personally I am surprised, because Fujifilm has repeatedly said over the years, that a tilt screen does not fit with their philosophy for Fujifilm’s X series rangefinder line (X-Pro, X100 and X-E).

I will try to confirm this rumor as soon as possible, so stay tuned.

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Review of the 4k FUJIFIlM GFX 100 for Filmmakers

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The vast majority of people, who are going to get a Fujifilm GFX100, will get it for its photographic virtues.

However, the Fuji GFX100 is also the first medium format mirrorless camera that can fight an honorable battle with full frame and APS-C in the video department.

4K@30p, 4:2:0, 10 bit internal… not bad at all!

This is why I decided to highlight this review by Muse Storytelling, which focuses on the Fujifilm GFX100 for filmmakers. He says:

  • the whole demo video you see has been shot handheld with Fujifilm GFX100
  • 10 bit gives you lots more colors over 8 bit and allows for more post processing
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TESTED: Capture One Pro 12 Improved Fujifilm X Trans Support

Capture One Pro 12.1 has promised us improved Fujifilm X Trans support. But how well does it really work?

Thomas Fitzgerald tested it and has written about it on his blog here. His conclusion:

The changes are very, very subtle to the naked eye.

The update fixes some issues that can occur when there is very fine repetitive detail such as tree branches, leaves, foliage and things like that.

It’s as if they have improved the anti-aliasing algorithms ever so slightly.

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