Fujifilm X-T3 New Features Guide for Firmware 3.10 Released

Fujifilm X-T3

Fujifilm has just released several firmware updates, including firmware 3.10 for Fujifilm X-T3.

With the new firmware, Fujifilm also released the new features guide for Fujifilm X-T3. At the beginning it was available only in Japanese, but now you can get in English here as well as other languages.

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Fujifilm Releases Firmware Updates for X-T3, X-Pro3, X-T100, X-A7, X-A5, XF10, XP140

Firmware Updates

Fujifilm has just released firmware updates for several cameras, including the Fujifilm X-T3 and Fujifilm X-Pro3. Full list below.

NOTE: At the moment the new firmware is only available at the Japanese Fujifilm site (you can install that one), but it should be available soon also at the English one. I will remove the “coming soon” note for the English links once it’s available for download. Available now!

Fujifilm X-T3 firmware 3.10download here

New Features Guide

  1. Gimbal / Drone support (*)
    This firmware adds the following function to complement the current support for still image shooting via USB communications:
    ・Starting and ending video recording
    ・Adjusting exposure settings (exposure mode, shutter speed, aperture, ISO sensitivity, exposure compensation) for video recording
    ・Making manual focus adjustments for video recording
    *This is the function via USB communication. About supported gimbals and drones, refer to support information not only on our website but also manufacturers’ websites.
    2.Fix of minor bugs.

Fujifilm X-Pro3 firmware 1.01download here

  1. The phenomenon is fixed that a line noise can appear on the right end of a recorded image in continuous shooting with ES (Electronic Shutter).

Fujifilm X-T100 firmware 2.01download here

  1. When using an external flash, an image can be recorded with a selected color temperature.
  2. The phenomenon is fixed that a display of the focused AF area is shifted when enlarging a recorded image by the touch zoom function.
  3. The phenomenon is fixed that images are not recorded in the selected step of AE bracketing under a specific shooting condition.
  4. Fix of slight defects.

Fujifilm X-A7 firmware 1.02download here

  1. Battery level” is displayed as a default setting.
  2. Fix of minor bugs.

Fujifilm X-A5 firmware 2.01download here

  1. When using an external flash, an image can be recorded with a selected color temperature.
  2. The phenomenon is fixed that a display of the focused AF area is shifted when enlarging a recorded image by the touch zoom function.
  3. The phenomenon is fixed that images are not recorded in the selected step of AE bracketing under a specific shooting condition.
  4. Fix of minor bugs.

Fujifilm XF10 firmware 1.11download here

  1. The phenomenon is fixed that a display of the focused AF area is shifted when enlarging a recorded image by the touch zoom function.
  2. The phenomenon is fixed that images are not recorded in the selected step of AE bracketing under a specific shooting condition.
  3. Fix of minor bugs.

Finepix Xp140 firmware 1.02 – download here

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Fujifilm X-T3 with XF 56mmF1.2 vs Sony a7iii with Zeiss Batis 85mmF1.8 + Advantage of Shooting f/1.2 on APS-C vs f/1.8 on Full Frame

Fujifilm vs Sony

Sonder Creative and Anete compared the Fujifilm X-T3 with Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2 with the Sony a7iii with Zeiss Batis 85mm f/1.8.

At the end it is a split decision, with Anete preferring the Fujifilm system and Sonder Creative the Sony system.

But I want to highlight one thing, before I leave you to the video and a summary down below.

We know that, in terms of depth of field, f/1.2 on APS-C does not give the same results of f/1.2 on full frame.

In fact, f/1.2 on APS-C is closer to f/1.8 on full frame, and this is why on this comparison you don’t really see any difference in terms of depth of field between the Fuji and the Sony (except for the bokeh quality, which is better on the Fuji.)

The point?

When Sonder Creative exposed properly both images (base ISO, and widest aperture), he noticed that the shutter speed was completely different:

  • FUJIFILM: ISO 160 – f/1.2 – 1/8000
  • SONY: ISO 100 – f/1.8 – 1/3200

He concludes saying that:

one of the advantages of shooting with APS-C, is that you can shoot with a much faster shutter speed compared to full frame

Seen from this perspective, the light gathering capability of f/1.2 on Fujifilm APS-C is and remains f/1.2.

I thought I point this out and let you discuss about it.

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And now to the video and the summary:

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