Ridley Scott Hires Fujifilm X-E2 for THE JOURNEY Mini Movie, Lost Fujifilm Camera Survives 3 Years in the Elements, New Fuji Podcast & More

Here are some Fujifilm weekend curiosities for you.

Ridley Scott & Fujifilm

Once again, Fujifilm won the casting ;).

The sexy looking Fujifilm X-E2 (a camera I owned, loved… and destroyed) has been chosen by Ridley Scott for his movie “the Journey“, a short movie aimed to celebrate the 35 years of Turkish airlines and the opening of the largest airport in the world in Istanbul.

And it’s not the first time, that good looking Fuji cameras are used in movies, as you can see in this fuji x forum post.

And if you follow me on youtube, you might have seen me flying back from Cambodia and watching a movie only because the X100 was the main protagonist in there ;).

& More

  • petapixel – Photographer Finds Owner of Fujifilm Camera That Fell 1,500ft in Zion 3 Years Ago
  • fujirumors – Weather sealing: just a sales gimmick? Lost Fujifilm X20 survives 3 months of rain, dust and bear attacks in the wild
  • fujicast –  new Fujifilm podcast
  • profotogs – Fuji-x Photographer Kelvin launched a web app for pro photographers ProFotogs in beta. The app lets pro photographers create a profile easily and automatically list them on ProFotogs

Leaving Canon for Fujifilm X-T3 for Wedding Videography, Sony a7iii vs Fujifilm X-T3, Fuji Guys Hybrid Log Gamma and More – X-T3 Roundup

Just Cameras – Sold all my Canon Gear for Fuji XT3s (Wedding Videography)

Fujifilm X-T3 Roundup

The Fujifilm X-T3, camera of the year 2018 according to DPReivew TV , Tony Northrup, ephotozine, photographyblog, Matt Granger, imaging-resource, Cinema5D and a lot more popular blogs and youtube channels, certainly deserves his own space in our roundups.

This is why today we share a major Fujifilm X-T3 roundup, which includes people who left Canon for Fujifilm and comparisons with the Sony a7iii.

Let’s start:

  • keithwee – A visual review of the Fujifilm X-T3 at the Sepang Asian Le mans car races
  • joengphotography – 2018 Weddings, A Year in Review (using X-T3, X-T2 and X-H1)
  • chuqui – What it was like getting the X-T3 repaired by Fuji
  • gmaxstudios – Fujifilm X-T3 Review: The APS-C Champion!
  • thefashioncamera – New Camera: Fujifilm X-T3 + First Results
  • Omar Gonzalez Photography Youtube – Setting up your Fuji XT3 to Shoot! Button Dial Setup
  • dsphotoblog – Fuji xt-3 vs. Xt-2 review | the good – the bad & the ugly

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Kipon EF-FX AF and EF-GFX AF Autofocus Adapters Firmware v. 1.17

KIPON released firmware V1.17 for EF-FX AF & EF-GFX AF autofocus adapters for improved AF speed for some old Canon EF lenses.


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Fujifilm X-Pro3 Coming in 2019 – Trusted Source

Fujifilm X-Pro3

According to our trusted sources, the Fujifilm X-Pro3 will come in 2019.

I have no specs for now, but it is safe to assume (personal guess), that it will feature the same sensor and processor of the Fujifilm X-T3.

  • fujirumors –  Fujifilm X-Pro3 Concepts and Share Your X-Pro3 Wish List (includes survey)
  • fujirumors – What to Expect from Fujifilm X-Pro3 (includes another survey)

When exaclty will the Fuji X-Pro3 come?

Well, we have already analyzed the complete Fujifilm X cameras refreshment rate, and if Fujifilm would keep the usual product cycle, the X-Pro3 should be out in January 2020.

Today’s rumor, though, suggest that Fujifilm anticipates the release of the X-Pro2 successor. My personal guess (NOT RUMOR) is that this will happen towards the end of 2019, hence being very close to the January 2020 date.

But to be clear, I have no time indication, which could mean the Fujifilm X-Pro3 could be annouced anytime in 2019. I will let you you know more details as soon as I can.

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