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Fujifilm X-Pro2 Coming in 2016

Fujifilm-X-Pro-2First take a look at the reason behind the delay of X-pro2, X-E3 and X-T2…

On March, 2012 the first X-Trans sensor based camera was announced., its name was X-Pro 1, after that X-E1 and X-M1 was also announced having the same 1st gen X-Trans same sensor as of X-Pro1.

On January 7, 2013 Fuji introduced a 2nd generation of X-Trans sensor.. but this time they have selected X100S camera for the introduction of X-Trans II… after that Fuji announced X-E2, X-T1, X100T and X-10 (on May 18th, 2015 ) by having the same sensor.

But unfortunately from 2013 Fuji is stucked at X-Trans II and they are unable to bring any new professional camera like X-Pro 2, X-E3 or X-T2..

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According to latest rumors surfaced over the Fujirumor website, Fuji will use the same sensor as of unannounced Sony A7000 camera in its upcoming X-Pro2,.. May be the news is correct since they are unable bring new version of X-Trans sensor from 2013.

However Fuji X-Pro 2 announcement bit delayed again due to the issues of A7000 camera (overheating of the sensor while recording 4K) , so if Sony announces its camera in next few months (possibly in September), than Fuji camera will be released the first half of 2016 about six months after the A7000 announcement

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Confirmed: No Full-frame Camera from Fuji is Coming

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Take a look at the text below said by Fuji managers / Takashi Ueno, they don’t believe that Fullframe sensor are better than APS-C Sensor camera…

We gave a lot of thought to this, and reached our conclusion that APS-C is the best format for the optimum balance of body size and image quality.

Higher image quality can be achieved with full frame sensors, but in order to maximize the use of the sensor size, the lens will be very bulky and heavy.

With the power of FUJINON lens, we can achieve the full frame image quality with the APS-C sensor. We learned that the disadvantage can be recovered with the lens performance through various simulations.

Here is an example. It is generally believed that the lens performs at its best with 1 to 2 stop down from the maximum aperture. We tried to break the norm. Because if there is such belief, then the lens is very unlikely to perform at its best from corner to corner with the aperture wide open. But if we can break the norm, then we will achieve bokeh and sharpness that is equivalent to that of a full frame with 1 to 2 stop down. We can achieve the image quality that is equivalent to that of full frame.

Which is better? An f/1.4 lens on a full frame sensor and then used 1 stop down to prevent degradation in the image quality in the corner or an f/1.4 lens on an APS-C that see no degration in the image quality at its maximum aperture value?

You cannot really see the difference in bokeh between the APS-C wide open and the full frame one stop down. However, if the APS-C is wide open, then the shutter speed will be twice as fast as the full frame resulting in be less blur caused by hand shake or subject movement. If the picture becomes blurry, then the high image quality becomes meaningless.”

share your thoughts with us….

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Fujifilm X-T1 Firmware Update Coming

Fujifilm-X-T1As we know the popularity of Fujifilm X-mount mirrorless cameras are continuously increasing since 2013. In the earliest of 2014, the company launched the weather-sealed X-mount camera – Fujifilm X-T1. Hence today we come through a series of Fujifilm X-mount mirrorless cameras including Fujifilm X-T1, X-Pro1, X-E2, X-E1, X-M1, X-A1. Also there are a total of 36 X-mount lenses for Fuji mirrorless cameras.

Now the company Fujfiilm USA has decided to release the firmware update of Fujifilm X-T1 on 29th June, 2015. Hence the users can download the firmware from the mentioned date.

Continue reading Fujifilm X-T1 Firmware Update Coming

Fuji X-T10 vs. Fuji X-T1 - HIGH ISO TEST

Fujifilm X-T10 vs. Fujifilm X-T1 5Take a look a the HIGH ISO test of both the camera, (ignore the glare due to bad lighting), at the end it is very clear that both camera is producing almost same image quality due to the presence of same image sensor inside it, however the XT-10 is an affordable version of the X-T1 camera and if you are planning to buy the X-T1 and don’t need weather sealing feature than you must buy the X-T10 and save some bucks for better lenses.

Also see – Fuji Working on Medium Camera

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Fuji Working on Medium Camera

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According to latest rumors Fuji is working on Medium format camera and they may announce it in near future, but keep in mind that its a rumor only since on December 26th, 2014 Fuji representatives said to DCWATCH website that [see here]

Fujifilm Medium format, Full Frame, and Organic sensor are not coming yet. They also cleared that medium format and fullframe mirrorless camera are not on their road-map.

May be Fuji wants to create a confusion in the market until the product is ready for launch, we will update you soon as we get any new information.

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Panasonic G7 vs. Panasonic GH4 vs. Samsung NX500 vs. Fuji X-T10

small-Panasonic-G7-vs-X-T10We have done a  specification comparison review among the three entry level camera and one high-end camera, Jump to Verdict at the end for quick answer to your question…

The Panasonic G7 is just announced by the Panasonic, G7 is a entry level mirrorless camera with 4K video recording, the camera not only records 4K video but also captures 16 Megapixel Still from a 4/3 sensor.

However if we look at all the camera below in the table we can clearly see that the Samsung NX500 is a complete technology breakthrough if we compare its price with features…

Sensor – Panasonic cameras get a early defeat due to the small sensor size used inside the camera, now only two camera left with big sensor,.. the NX500 and X-T10.

As we know that bigger sensor captures more light, other major factor is number of pixels vs sensor size… if the pixel density is high than each pixels will get small fraction of light compared to sensor with larger pixels, the fujifilm X-T10 sensor is of same size  as of the Samsung NX500 and due to less resolution the pixels are big and will capture more light compared to the Samsung NX500… hence FUji X-T10 will give you better low light performance compared to the Samsung NX 500.

Panasonic G7 vs. Panasonic GH4 vs. Samsung NX 5000 vs. Fujifilm X-T10

Advance AF system inside the Samsung and Fuji – Samsung NX500 and Fuji X-T10 both camera based on advance Hybrid CMOS AF sensor technology,

1. NX500 features a dense network of 209 active phase AF points inside the sensor.. not only that thanks to the ultra fast image processor the camera can do shoot 9frames per second @ 28 Megapixels…

“High-speed shooting at up to 9 fps is possible as well and the NX500 uses the NX Autofocus System III with 205 phase-detect points of which 153 are cross-type for fast, accurate focusing.”

2. X-T10 features X-trans sensor that also feature 77 active phase AF points inside the sensor… and captures

” Fujifilm’s unique X-Trans pixel array, the sensor is designed with a randomized pixel pattern to eliminate the need of an optical low-pass filter for reducing moiré and aliasing. By removing this filter from the design, higher image sharpness is possible. “

3. The Panasonic uses traditional contrast based Auto focus system.. but thanks to the new DFD system the AF system do work very well under any light condition…

The high-precision Contrast AF integrates DFD (Depth from Defocus) technology to achieve AF speeds of approximately 0.07 sec in AFS mode.

High ISO Performance

As we have said earlier … The camera sensor size is very important when low-light performance matters, the bigger the sensor will capture more low-light compared to the smaller ones…

Panasonic G7 and Panasonic GH4 sensor size is limited (17.13mm) and the ISO range is limited upto 25600, on the other hand the Samsung NX500 and Fujifilm XT-10 both features APS-C sensor and ISO range upto 51200.

Despite of having such a High ISO range we won’t get better performance from Samsung NX500 since the size of the pixels are smaller compared to the X-T1 camera… so if you are a low light lover you mist go with the X-T10 camera.

Shutter:

Both Panasonic G7 and GH4 features electronic and mechanical shutter..The widest shutter range is of Panasonic G7. Both camera have silent shutter feature inside, when you select silent shutter mode the cameras work in silent mode without making a noise.

Samsung NX500 and Fuji X-T10 also have electronic and mechanical shutter, but no silent shutter option available in the Samsung NX500 as of Panasic GH4 and G7.

Video: Out of all these 4 mirrorless camera three of them shoot 4K videos, the Fuji X-T10 is only limited to Full HD video.

The Panasonic G7 records 4 K videos internally and G7 supports 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) video with either 30p or 24p frames rates at 100Mbps in the MP4 format. 

The DMC-GH4 brings the GH-line into the 4K age by offering both 16:9 UHD 4K 3840×2160 video at 23.98p, 24p or 29.97p, and 17:9 DCI (Digital Cinema Initiatives) 4K 4096×2160 videos at 24p.

Samsung NX500 can record 4K video @ 24p, Ultra-HD, at 30p, as well as in full HD up to 60p.

Fuji X-T10 supports Full HD 1080p video recording is supported up to 60 fps,No 4K available.

Display: The Samsung NX500 features 180° tilt capability of the 3.0″ 1036k-dot touchscreen AMOLED monitor one of the best display available in the market. Both Panasonic cameras also features better display unit but Fuji X-T10 screen is bit inferior to all.

 Connectivity: The Most advance camera in terms of connectivity is Samsung NX500, the camera can share the files wirelessly with any device and you can use any NFC enabled device to control you camera from distance. The Panasonic G7 also features built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for wirelessly sharing images and remotely controlling the camera from a linked mobile device using the Panasonic Image App.

Verdict (Price vs. Features)

If we compare list of features available vs price of the camera than Samsung NX500 is a clear winner, the camera features a super resolution HYBRID CMOS AF sensor, no optical low pass filter and ultra high speed image processor can capture 28 MP still shots @ 9 frames per second, the samsung NX500 mirrorless is smallest among all and easy to carry, we highly recommend you to go with the Samsung NX500 camera.

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Fujifilm X-T10 Announced - Full Specification, Price and Pictures

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Fujifilm X-T10 finally announced by Fuji today, the camera is said to be a carbon copy of Fuji X-T1 from inside… same sensor, image processor…etc take a look at the major specification..

  • 16.3 MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II Sensor
  • EXR Processor II
  • 0.39″ 2,360k-Dot 0.62x OLED Viewfinder
  • 3.0″ 920k-Dot Tilting LCD Monitor
  • Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps
  • Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Intelligent Hybrid AF with 77 Areas
  • Up to 8 fps Shooting and ISO 51200
  • Film Simulation Mode, Electronic Shutter
  • Built-In Pop-Up Flash

the Fuj X-T10 doesn’t have weather sealed body as of the X-T1 camera and that saves a lot of bucks ($799 vs $1299) when you compare the price of the X-T10 camera from X-T1.

Fujifilm X-T10 Full Specification

Press Release

FUJIFILM ANNOUNCES LIGHTWEIGHT X-T10 – THE INTERCHANGEABLE LENS CAMERA THAT DELIVERS PROFESSIONAL QUALITY RESULTS FROM DAY ONE

X-T10 uses advanced scene recognition and new auto focus system to capture your memorable moments

Valhalla, N.Y., May 18, 2015 – FUJIFILM North America Corporation today announced the all new FUJIFILM X-T10, the latest premium interchangeable lens camera that joins the world-renowned X-Series digital camera line-up. The sleek FUJIFILM X-T10 delivers outstanding image quality, usability and portability for photo enthusiasts with its new innovative autofocus system, large electronic Real Time Viewfinder, and incredible continuous shooting speed of up to 8.0fps. The X-T10 also has an amazingly short lag time of just 0.005 seconds so users can be ready and capture every image imaginable.

The FUJIFILM X-T10 uses the latest generation 16.3 Megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor with built-in phase detection autofocus along with the high-performance EXR Processor II, and is compatible with all FUJINON lenses to deliver excellent resolution and outstanding image quality.

Advanced new autofocus system
The FUJIFILM X-T10 uses a new auto focus system that complements the fast and accurate single-point auto focus system with new Zone and Wide/Tracking modes, which use 77 autofocus points across a wider area to substantially improve the camera’s ability to track and capture moving subjects.

The Zone mode allows users to choose a 3×3, 3×5 or 5×5 zone from the 77-point auto focus area. When combined with the AF-C continuous focusing mode, the camera continues tracking a subject in the selected zone. The 3×3 and 3×5 zones at the center, in particular, offer extra-fast focusing with the use of the built-in phase detection pixels.

In the Wide/Tracking mode, the camera displays the area in focus, identified automatically out of the 77-point auto focus area (Wide in the AF-S mode) and tracks the focus area’s subject across the entire 77-point AF area (Tracking in the AF-C mode). This makes it possible to maintain focus on a subject that moves vertically, horizontally, and back and forth.

Stunning design with functional control
The FUJIFILM X-T10 has an all-new design that packs the best X-Series functionality into a compact and lightweight body, perfect for travelling light. The X-T10 top and base plates are made of a lightweight, but highly rigid, die-cast magnesium. The top plate features three precision-milled aluminum dials that give the X-T10 a premium feel and allow users to intuitively adjust the combination of aperture, shutter speed and shooting functions while concentrating on picture taking.

The X-T10’s back panel has a 3” 920K-dot tilting LCD monitor that makes above head and close to the ground shooting easy and fun. The X-T10 also has a new Auto Mode Switch lever for selecting the fully-automatic Advanced SR Auto mode. In this mode, the camera automatically chooses optimum settings for a given scene to make shooting effortless.

The X-T10 body also features an integrated pop-up flash, positioned in the center of the top plate that uses Super Intelligent Flash to automatically adjust light output according to the scene type.

A FUJINON XF/XC lens for every shooting style
The FUJIFILM X-T10 is compatible with every current FUJINON lens – 18 premium lenses ranging from ultra-wide-angle to telephoto, including five fast aperture prime lenses. These lenses bring out the very best image quality from the X-T10. Together with optional accessories including X- mount adapters and macro extension tubes, users can experience a full range of photographic possibilities with images that achieve edge-to-edge definition for high-resolution pictures across the entire frame.

FUJIFILM X-T10 key features:

  • 16.3 million Megapixels APS-C X-Trans CMOS II Sensor
    – EXR Processor II
    – Fast AF of 0.06 seconds
    – Startup time of 0.5 seconds
    – Shutter time lag of 0.005 seconds
    – Shooting interval of 0.5 seconds
  • High-precision 2.36 million dot OLED viewfinder
  • Large viewfinder magnification for digital cameras of 0.62x
  • Wide viewing angle (horizontal 25°)
  • Ultra-fast Real Time Viewfinder with a lag-time of 0.005 second and new Natural Live View with Preview Picture Effect
  • Tempered glass 920K-dot high-precision 3” tilting LCD monitor
  • Digital Split Image and Focus Highlight Peaking
  • Completely electronic shutter up to 1/32000 seconds
  • ISO200 – 6400, extended ISO 100, 12800, 25600, Auto (maximum ISO setting from ISO 400 – ISO6400 available)
  • ISO setting of up to 51200 for ultra-high sensitivity that produces low noise and strong blacks in low light conditions.
  • ‘Classic Chrome’ and ten other film simulation modes with eight Advanced Filter functions
  • Eye Detection AF to automatically detect and focus on human eyes
  • Full HD video 1080p at 60fps; bit rate of 36Mbps for clear capture of delicate movements; frame rates of 50fps, 30fps, 25fps and 24fps, supporting worldwide motion picture formats with a high bit rate of 36Mbps for high definition video capture
  • Manual focus available during video recording
  • Auto Macro function automatically activates the Macro mode while maintaining AF speed
  • Variable aspect ratio can be selected from 3:2, 16:9, and 1:1 (square) to accommodate a wide range of photographic styles
  • Interval timer shooting for time lapse photography is available with intervals of one second to 24 hours and up to 999 frames.
  • Free FUJIFILM Camera Remote application and Wireless Communication function allows users to remotely shoot images from smartphones and tablets via WiFi
  • Photos can be sent to the INSTAX Share Printer using the free INSTAX Share App (iOS and Android) SHARE Smartphone Printer.

The FUJIFILM X-T10 will be available in June 2015 in the following configurations:

X-T10 Body – USD $799.95 USD \ CAD $899.99.
X-T10 XC16-50mm Kit – USD $899.95 \ CAD $999.99.
X-T10 XF18-55mm Kit – USD $1,099.95 \ CAD $1,249.99.

Fuji X-T10 Specification

Fuji X-T10 Full Specification Download

 Fuji X-T10 Images

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