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Fuji X-T4 Camera Specification [Confirmation]

We have published the rumored specification of the Fuji X-T4 camera a while ago now we are getting more confirmation about the same. It’s look like Fuji will sure merge the X-H2 line in XT. And that’s why most probably we will be getting a 6K capable XT series camera at the end of February 2020. Take a look at the rumored specification of the upcoming Fuji X-T4 Camera

Fuji X-T4 Latest Rumored Specification

  • It should be about 1/3 of an inch thicker and about 5-6oz heavier
  • 6k60p video and 10-bit internal
  • Anamorphic Ratio Support
  • Improved new battery
  • A fully articulating flippy screen like the S1H
  • IBIS
  • Official announcement expected on February 25/26
  • Shipping will start later in 2020

Take a look at the rumored spec once again which looks somehow similar to the rumored specs we have published a while ago (on 1st February 2020).

Fuji X-T4 Major Specification

We ill update you soon as we get new information.

We will update you soon as we get more information related to the upcoming Fuji X-T4 camera.

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Fuji X-100V Press Release, Full Specification and Intro Videos

We were the first website to told you that Fuji X100-V Camera is coming with 26 MP BSI CMOS sensor and a tilting touch display screen. And now we have official announcement from Fuji, the new X-100V Camera arrived with a new image sensor. processor and a redesigned lens with better resolving power.

Major Specification

  • 26MP X-Trans sensor
  • Redesigned lens (but still a 23mm F2 pancake)
  • Built-in 4-stop ND filter, compatible with previous lens converters
  • Tilting 1.62M-dot touchscreen LCD panel
  • Updated 3.69M-dot OLED EVF, redesigned OVF optics
  • Up to 4K/30p with Eterna film sim and F-Log internal capture (8-bit only)
  • 2.5mm mic port, headphones through USB-C with adapter
  • Weather-sealed, when filter adapter and filter are used
  • Single SD card slot
  • CIPA rated to 350 shots using the EVF, 420 using the OVF

With new high resolution sensor the AF of the camera is also improved as well as with new image processor and image decoding algorithm the camera now tracks subjects very well. with the new camera you are also able to record 4K videos upto 10 min and Full HD videos upto 15 Min. That’s reeally embarrassing, since the Fuji X100 F was have Full HD video recording time limit of 30 Mins. Don’t know why Fuji reduced the time limit of Full HD video recording mode.

Fuji X-100V Full Specification

Fuji X-100 V Press Release

INTRODUCING THE FUJIFILM X100V: MAKE EVERYDAY REMARKABLE

Valhalla, New York – February 4, 2020 – FUJIFILM North America Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of the FUJIFILM X100V (X100V), the latest model in a long line of iconic, portable, and fun X100 premium compact digital cameras.

The fifth iteration in Fujifilm’s X100 Series, the X100V is a significant upgrade over previous X100 line models. Featuring a new 23mmF2 lens, advanced hybrid viewfinder, optional weather resistance*, and 2-way tilting rear LCD screen, among a host of other product line updates, the X100V also uses the latest generation X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and X-Processor 4 to provide all creatives from professionals to everyday image makers with an easy to use, fully capable, and sophisticated tool that provides incredible image quality when shooting both stills and video.

Key features and improvements of X100V include:

Sophisticated appearance, advanced operability and classical design

X100V’s timeless body has top and bottom plates milled from single pieces of aluminum, which results in a refined and classic camera body with clean edges. Finished with a beautiful satin coating, slight enhancements have also been made to the camera’s grip, ISO dial, and lens barrel to make it incredibly comfortable to hold and operate. Weather resistance appears for the first time in the X100 line when the optional AR-X100 adapter ring and the PRF-49 protection filter are attached. Additionally, a new two-way tilting touchscreen LCD screen fits flush at the back of the camera and provides intuitive touch controls, unlocking even more possibilities for image-makers to see, frame, and create images.

A new lens to make the most out of any image

X100V features a new 23mmF2.0 lens to ensure that every detail from its X-TRANSTM CMOS 4 Sensor is resolved beautifully. Designed for higher resolution, lower distortion and improved close focus performance, this lens is a significant upgrade from the design used on previous X100 cameras, while maintaining the same overall size and compatibility with legacy WCL/TCL conversion lenses, and retaining its internal ND filter that now features 4 stops.

At the heart of X100V is the state-of-the-art X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and X-Processor 4 combination. The exceptional 26.1MP sensor uses a back-illuminated design to maximize quality and dynamic range, while its unique color filter array controls moiré and false color without the need for an optical low pass filter. Such outstanding imaging capability is complemented by the quad-core X-Processor 4. This powerful CPU not

only ensures images are quickly and smoothly processed, but also, thanks to a new algorithm, boosts AF performance with precision face and eye detection down to -5EV.

Two ways to see an image

X100V’s vastly improved hybrid viewfinder enables image-makers to quickly and easily choose between the 0.52x magnification optical viewfinder (OVF) or the 3.69M dot OLED electronic viewfinder to make their images. Offering 95% frame coverage, the OVF provides parallax-correcting frame lines to provide an uninterrupted view of the world, while the camera’s EVF delivers a real-time representation of the image as it is being made. The Electronic Rangefinder (ERF) function can also be selected to display a small EVF at the bottom right corner of the OVF, which gives image-makers another helpful tool as they frame and make their images.

More than just a still camera

X100V offers the ability to record 4K video at up to 30 frames per second or capture 120 frames per second at 1080p to create super slow motion effects. Filmmakers needing extreme color fidelity can record 10-bit, 4:2:2 color externally via the HDMI port and leverage Fujifilm’s advanced color reproduction technology, to apply film simulations, like “Eterna”, to their video footage. Additionally, image makers can also incorporate numerous shooting functions, such as “Monochrome Adjustments” and “Color Chrome” to extend their creative visions directly to the footage being recorded.

Optional accessories

Use the wide conversion lens (WCL-X100 II) or tele-conversion lens (TCL-X100 II) to extend X100V’s fixed 23mm focal length to a 28mm equivalent (0.8x) or 50mm (1.4x) equivalent lens on a 35mm format system.

Add a premium, genuine leather case (LC-X100V) to X100V to complement its classic design, while giving complete access to the camera’s battery and memory card without removing the X100V from its case.

X100V will be available in both black and silver and is expected to be available for sale in late February 2020 at a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $1,399.95 USD and $1,799.99 CAD. For more information, please visit https://fujifilm-x.com/en-us/X100V.

*With the combined use of the optional AR-X100 Adapter ring and the PRF-49 protection filter (sold separately)

Fuji X-100V Intro Videos

Wow that's Amazing that's, awesome ... Fuji X100 V [Black] Image Leaked

Being a long term Canon user, What, I really I love about Fujifilm is their design and their highly aggressive competitive behavior.  They always put the best specs in their camera. But, the only big issue is costly lenses. Although, they already have bunch of high quality lenses, but to reach at beginners level they have to announce new range of affordable prime lenses just like the new 35mm F2 Lens

Fuji X100 V Full Specification available now

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Why Fuji X100-V Full HD Videos Recording Limited to 15 Mins Only

 

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Fuji X-T4 Announcement on Feb 26, 2020

We have told you back in August 2019 and now we are getting more confirmation that Fuji X-T4 is expected to arrive at the end of Feb 2020, most probably on Feb 26, 2020.  For now we can confirm you about IBIS inside the Fuji X-T4 camera. We don’t want to comment on the presence of 6K video recording mode in X-T4, since we don’t have confirmation about that, take a look at the rumored specification of the camera

Fuji X-T4 Major Specification

  • 26.1MP APS-C X-Trans BSI CMOS 4 Sensor
  • 6K30p Video; F-Log Gamma & 10-Bit Out [unconfirmed]
  • IBIS
  • 16m-Point Phase-Detection Autofocus
  • Announcement on Feb 26, 2020
  • Shipping to Start from Early April 2020

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Olympus E-M1 Mark III camera images and Press Release Leaked

The images and the details of the Olympus E-M1 Mark III camera surfaced over . The camera have a redesigned sensor and a option to record handheld 50MP high resolution and world best image stabilization system upto 7.5 Stops (when combined with OIS lenses). More details in the press text below.

 

Olympus E-M1 Mark III Press Release

New image processing engine and 20.4 megapixel Live MOS sensor

In combination with the new image processing engine TruePic IX, a 20.4 Megapixel Live MOS sensor, and an extensive line-up of high-resolution M.Zuiko lenses, the 5-axis IS ensures minimal noise even at high-sensitivity settings and top-class image quality with minimal distortion up to the edges of the shot.
For users in need of higher resolutions, the 50MP Handheld High Res Shot feature makes it possible to capture approximately 50 Megapixel high-resolution images without using a tripod. The Tripod High Res Shot function allows for recording ultra-high-resolution (approx. 80 Megapixel equivalent) RAW and JPEG images.

World’s best image stabilization

When synchronizing the in-lens image stabilization of supported lenses with the in-body 5-axis image stabilization, the E-M1 Mark III achieves the worldÅfs best stabilization performance of 7.5 shutter speed steps of compensation with 5-axis sync IS. This level of stabilization enables shooting in dark locations and during super-telephoto photography without a tripod, opening up new possibilities for photographers and filmmakers. Without sync IS, the in-body image stabilization ensures image stabilization with any attached Micro Four Thirds lens of up to 7.0 shutter speed steps compensation.

High-speed, high-precision autofocus

The OM-D E-M1 Mark III is equipped with a 121-point all cross-type On-chip Phase Detection AF sensor for focusing on various areas of the screen. It offers 75% vertical coverage and 80% horizontal coverage of the screen for a wide focusing area. Paired with an advanced AF algorithm, this feature can continually focus on fast-moving subjects with a high degree of precision. Unlike DSLR cameras, there is no degradation in AF precision when using a fast lens. The E-M1 Mark III offers high-precision focusing that can sufficiently bring out the capabilities even of large-diameter lenses such as those with a maximum aperture of f1.2.
AF/AE tracking is possible at maximum of 18 fps high-speed sequential shooting while maintaining the full pixel count of 20.4 Megapixels. The subject can also be checked in the viewfinder during high-speed sequential shooting for accurate tracking.
A multi-selector makes it possible to quickly shift AF areas with your thumb while looking through the viewfinder. Because users can move the AF areas with the multi-selector during sequential shooting, it is possible to accurately focus even on subjects that move erratically, as e.g. often found in wildlife photography. The AF target loop setting is also added, which, based on user selection, either stops the AF target at the edge of the screen or moves it to the opposite edge.

Face Priority/Eye Priority AF

Face Priority / Eye Priority AF, which automatically detects and focuses on peopleÅfs faces and eyes, is now more advanced. The new image processor TruePic IX features higher processing capabilities and improved AF algorithms to better detect small faces and eyes, whilst keeping stable focusing on a subject even in situations where face detection was difficult in the past (such as e.g. focusing on the sides of faces). It is now also possible to use either the buttons or touch operations to select faces when shooting still images or videos, and detection on or off can be changed with the touch of a single button. Along with versatile video functions, this feature makes the E-M1 Mark III a great tool for vloggers.

Starry Sky AF

Starry Sky AF, which is new for the OM-D E-M1 Mark III, is a feature that will revolutionize the world of astrophotography. In the past, photographers have traditionally relied on manual focusing. A new algorithm was developed to enable accurate focusing even on the tiniest stars shining in the night sky, enabling ultra-high-precision autofocusing. One of two modes in Starry Sky AF is the Speed Priority mode (default setting), which prioritizes focusing speed and complete AF operations in a short period of time. Thanks to the powerful image stabilization, this feature makes handheld astrophotography possible using a wide-angle lens. The second mode Accuracy Priority uses a fine-tuned focus scan and is effective for shooting specific stars with telephoto lenses.

SSWF (Super Sonic Wave Filter)

With OlympusÅf advanced SSWF (Super Sonic Wave Filter) technology (which vibrates the image sensor filter with an acceleration of several thousand G 30,000 times per second to powerfully shake off dust and dirt) and a new sensor coating introduced with the OM-D E-M1X, dirt cannot stick to the sensor, reducing spots in images to 1/10th of that in conventional models. The high-durability shutter unit in the E-M1 Mark III clears 400,000 operation tests and therefore offers a high level of reliability.

Handheld 4K video

The E-M1 Mark III features an IS mode specifically designed for video recording. Electronic stabilization combined with in-body 5-axis stabilization delivers powerful image stabilization particularly useful for videographers. This provides a high level of performance for handheld video content creation without using a tripod or other stabilizing device, even when shooting in high-resolution formats, which are susceptible to the effects of camera shake, such as 4K or Cinema 4K (C4K).
This model supports OM-Log400 shooting, which enables shooting without loss of details in shadows and highlights, along with color grading for a high degree of freedom over images. In order to make Live View images more visible, a View Assist function is available, which converts the color gamut to Full HD standard BT.709 equivalent for display.

Weather sealing

The rugged magnesium alloy body of the OM-D E-M1 Mark III features OlympusÅf acclaimed dust-, splash- and freezeproof design to allow for shooting in any location and environment.

Olympus apps and software

The OI.Share smartphone app can be used to connect to the camera via Wi-Fi, import shooting data to a smartphone, and to use the smartphone for remote camera operation. OI. Share can now also be used to update the camera firmware and backup and restore camera settings for the OM-D E-M1 Mark III.
Olympus Workspace can handle professional tasks such as RAW processing and image editing, along with offering a great deal of freedom over screen layout, etc. Connect a computer to the OM-D E-M1 Mark III via USB to enable high-speed RAW processing with Olympus Workspace using the new image processor TruePic IX. Clarity and Dehaze editing filters are included for a greater range of expression in astrophotography, etc.
By using Olympus Workspace Version 1.3, being released at the same time as the OM-D E-M1 Mark III, it makes it easy to replace the audio files of the recorded video to High res sound recorded by using Slate Tone on the LS-P4 / LS-100 while recording video.
This control software for computers meets the demands of studio photography. When using the software, live shooting results can be imported via Wi-Fi without using a USB connection, providing powerful support for the workflow of studio shooting. It supports high-speed 5 GHz band communication.

Dimensions:134.1 x 90.9 x 68.9 mm
Weight:504g

 

Why Fuji X100-V Full HD Videos Recording Limited to 15 Mins Only

After reading the recent core specs of the Fuji X-100V camera I was amazed. That Why Fuji is putting limit of Full HD Videos recording time of a pro-compact camera. Take a look at the video modes of the camera once again compared to Fuji X-100F

Fuji X-100 F vs Fuji X100 V

Recording Modes Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 23.976p/24.00p/29.97p/59.94p
Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 25p/50p
HD (1280 x 720) at 23.976p/24.00p/29.97p/59.94p
HD (1280 x 720) at 25p/50p
DCI 4K (4096 x2160)] 29.97p/25p/24p/23.98p, 200Mbps/100Mbps, up to approx. 10min [4K (3840 x2160)] 29.97p/25p/24p/23.98p, 200Mbps/100Mbps, up to approx. 10min [Full HD (2048 x1080)] 59.94p/50p/29.97p/25p/24p/23.98p, 200Mbps/100Mbps/50Mbps, up to approx. 15min.
Recording Limit Up to 27 Minutes Upto 15 Min
Video Encoding NTSC/PAL NTSC/PAL
Audio Recording Built-In Microphone (Stereo)
External Microphone Input
Built-In Microphone (Stereo)
External Microphone Input
Audio File Format Linear PCM (Stereo) Linear PCM (Stereo)

Why even less buffer than Fuji X-100F

Why Fuji downgraded the video recording capability of Fuji X100 V camera when compared to Fuji X-100F. Yes, they we do have DCI 4K in Fuji X-100F camera. But, at least the should keep the FullHD video recording mode time limit similar to Fuji X-100 F. Now, the Full HD Videos even captured at 24fps have 15 Min limitation.

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Nikon Working to Improve Motion Blur

Nikon is working to improve the motion blur shots you get in your camera. The camera will collect information from an angular velocity sensor (gyro) for detecting an angular velocity and multiple exposures. Once the data is collected with the help of AI (Artificial intelligent) algorithms camera will do a performance control operation with the help of VR / IBIS to obtain maximum quality.

AI is now entering into camera systems to help photographers. And it’s a welcome step to include recent technological developments in camera systems.

The present invention captures an image of a subject formed by an optical system and outputs a signal;
An image generation unit that generates an image based on the signal, and a change in the position of the image of the subject on the image sensor based on the two images captured with a time difference corresponding to the focal length of the optical system And a motion vector calculation unit that calculates a motion vector indicating

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