Due to high demand, the Fujifilm GFX 50S will be delayed for another month -- but there will be free tethering software for the highly anticipated mirrorless camera. Fujifilm expects the delay to be cleared up by the end of March.
Organic sensors are said to have better color and low-light performance, and now Fujifilm has reached another development milestone. The sensors, which have yet to be commercialized, are now faster and more affordable to produce.
Iridient Digital, maker of the MacOS-only Iridient Developer, has brought its Fujifilm RAW processing to Windows with Iridient X Transformer. The program converts images shot in Fujifilm’s RAF format to Adobe’s DNG standard.
Fujifilm cites collaborations with production studios, the rise of YouTube, and its own cinema-lens-making experience as reasons it will continue innovating with video. The company just announced the X-T20, its second 4K camera.
Fujifilm repackaged the high-end X-T2 to shave $700 off the price -- yet the camera still includes the same sensor, processor, and even 4K video. Announced today, the X-T20 sits between the budget X-A3 and flagship X-T2.
The X100F uses the same 24MP Xtrans III APS-C sensor and X-Processor Pro from the X-Pro2 and X-T2 along with a new 325-point AF system. Performance has been improved across the board, with faster focusing, shutter delay, and start-up times.
Fujifilm is redesigning the disposable film camera and asking fans to pick out the new look. Fujifilm is selling more instant film cameras than digital options and it is apparently not finished with the disposable either.
Fujifilm's professional 50-megapixel mirrorless GFX 50S camera will be available by the end of February and sell for $6,500, putting it well below medium format rivals and neck-and-neck with flagship full frame DSLRs.
Fujifilm's latest waterproof compact includes a backlit sensor as well as a 65-foot depth rating. The company also announced a silver version of the X-T2 today that includes a few premium extras like a leather neck strap.