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DPReview Fujifilm Managers Interview: “No Need to Open X Mount, AI and Global Shutter are the Future, GFX100 Within End of June”

DPReview interviewed Toshi Iida, Makoto Oishi and Shin Udono. Here are the main points (full interview at dpreview here):

Medium Format

  • Full Frame and Medium Format will coexist
  • GFX 50R sales look very promising
  • FF is 1/3 of market in terms of value, slightly growing
  • MF was 1%, but doubled after GFX introduction
  • 70% of MF buyers were coming from other brands, mainly DSLR, and the GFX is their additional system
  • 20% of GFX users are professionals, 80% non-professionals (especially GFX 50R users)
  • Fujifilm wants to increase professional base, also thanks to Capture One support and with future GFX 100
  • Fujifilm GFX 100 should show the potential of medium format
  • FF can reach 70-80 Megapixel
  • GFX lenses designed for 100MP resolution
  • Fujifilm GFX100 will be available before the end of June
  • Fujifilm GFX100 target is commercial photographers, fashion, landscapes, but also more general purpos
  • GFX 100 will shoot at 16bit RAW. Benefit noticeable mostly at low ISO and deep shadow detail. 4 times the amount of data, 14 bit lets you shoot faster, which is appropriate for APS-C

APS-C vs Full Frame

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Capture One Pro 12 for Fujifilm 50% Discount Deal Extended – Subscriptions Included

Capture One

The discount code expired, but Phase One decided to extend the 50% savings on Capture One Pro 12 for Fujifilm deal until March 31.

This time you don’t need any discount code at all to get the deal.

You save 50% on Capture One Pro 12 in the following versions:

Migrating from LIGHTROOM to CAPTURE ONE Free Video Tutorials Online

Leaving Lightroom

Phase One has published a one our free webinar, where you can learn how to easily transition your workflow from Lightroom to Capture One Pro.

Don’t miss the chance to save 50% on Capture One Pro 12 for Fujifilm perpetual licenseUse coupon code “ivy50” at checkout to get the deal. This is a limited time deal valid only for Fujifilm or Sony standalone versions.

The webinar video above covers the following aspects:

  • [02:30] – Introductions and Webinar Content
  • [03:45] – Capture One’s interface compared to Lightroom
  • [05:45] – Customisation options
  • [08:09] – Making a Catalog and importing images
  • [16:00] – Basic tool use
  • [18:00] – Cursor tool shortcuts
  • [19:20] – Copy / Apply adjustments
  • [21:21} – Export to final formats (JPEG, TIFF etc)
  • [24:30] – Converting Lightroom Presets
  • [27:45] – Emily editing two images
  • [54:50] – Image comparison in Capture One to Lightroom
  • [57:05] – Importing a Lightroom Catalog to Capture One
  • [1:01:02] – Final Q&A
  • [1:05:30] – Additional learning resources

Down below videos on how to import a catalogue from Lightroom, how to organize it and editing Fujifilm GFX files in Capture One.

Importing a Lightroom Catalog

Organizing your Catalog

In the Webinar down below, Kristina will show her approach to image editing in Capture One and her experience of working with the Fujifilm GFX

Capture One 12.0.2 Adds Support for Fujifilm X-T30 and Many Fujinon XF Lenses

Capture One 12

Capture One 12.0.2 just added support for Fujifilm X-T30 and many Fujinon XF lenses (finally!).

Capture One was traditionally very slow when it came to support new Fujifilm cameras. Well, this has definitely changed for the better :).

Fujifilm Camera / Lens Support

Capture One 12 Buying options

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