Nokishita’s on a roll today. After previously leaking the entire spec sheet for the upcoming Fujifilm X-T4, they’ve now also leaked all of the product photos for the new camera via Twitter. From the images, it looks it’ll become available in both the standard black as well as black and silver variants.
If there’s one thing about Fuji shooters, they tend to get very excited whenever a new model is on the way. They like speculating about what features it may have, whether this’ll change or that’ll see an upgrade. There have been a lot of rumours about the upcoming Fujifilm X-T4, but now it looks like all of those rumours can be put to bed. Maybe.
Nokishita has leaked what they say the complete spec sheet for the Fujifilm X-T4, which covers everything from the sensor and other hardware to the software features and the new Eterna Bleach Bypass film simulation mode.
In October 2019, it was announced that some US airports would start using new Computer Tomography (CT) scanners. After a recent warning from Kodak, Fujifilm has also issued an advisory for its customers regarding these changes. The company warns photographers not to expose their unprocessed Instax and other film to new airport scanners. Along with the warning, Fuji also introduces some guidelines for handling film when boarding an airplane, because exposing it to CT and X-Ray scanners will destroy it.
Man, Fuji rumour mill has been going nuts over the last couple of days with Fujifilm X-T4 leaks. I’ve been trying to wrap my head around them all to see how things are shaping up, and which leaks and rumours seem to be the most reliable and thought I’d try to compile them here in one place.
Bear in mind, though, these are leaks and rumours. Until we hear an official announcement from Fuji, there are no guarantees.
The Fujifilm X100 was the single most impactful camera of the 2010’s. I’ve seen folks say the same about the Sony A7/A7R, Samsung Galaxy NX1, and various micro 4/3 cameras. But I will argue that the Fujifilm X100 delivered a bigger bang than all of them combined.
As you’re about to learn, it changed the camera industry more than you ever imagined.
Following yesterday’s release of the Fujifilm X100V, the company published a series of promotional videos. However, one of them caused a strong backlash from the community. People complained about the featured photographer’s intrusiveness, and Fujifilm eventually decided to remove the video.
However, a copy of it can still be found on YouTube. Take a look at it below and let us know what you think.
Fujifilm’s X Summit in London happened yesterday, which kicked off with some talk about their GFX medium format mirrorless camera system. After talking about some new and upcoming lenses, like the recently announced GF 45-100mm f/4, Fujifilm announced that they’re planning to introduce a 400-megapixel “pixel shift” mode to the Fujifilm GFX 100.
Rumored way back in summer 2019, Fujifilm X100V is finally out. It’s the fifth-generation of the X100 series, and just like its predecessors, it’s a fixed lens camera. Still, it brings some improvements over its big brothers, including 4K video, 26MP sensor, and improved AF. So let’s see what the latest “everyday camera” from Fujifilm has to offer.