SIRUI has a 50mm f/1.8 Anamorphic lens coming for Fujifilm X-mount that will cost no more than 500 Euro ($550 USD).
FUJIFILM “PRINTLIFE” PHOTO EXHIBIT SHOWS THE POWER OF THOUSANDS OF PRINTED IMAGES Valhalla, New York., October 14, 2019 – FUJIFILM North America Corporation will host its second annual Fujifilm Printlife Photo Exhibit in Vanderbilt Hall inside of New York City’s landmark Grand Central Terminal from October 16-20. The Exhibit features a collection of over 13,600 photographs submitted during a nationwide call for entries this summer. Consumers representing all 50 U.S. states, Washington D.C., and Puerto Rico submitted their treasured memories, favorite images, and snapshots that they felt were worthy of public display.
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The Rumiere Noct-Master APO 75mm f/0.95 was spotted over at SonyAddict a while ago, but now there are reports on Weibo that it will be coming to Fujifilm GFX. This would certainly be interesting since focusing a 0.95 lens can already be quite challenging on a full-frame camera. The Rumiere Noct-Master APO 75mm f/0.95 is expected to cost $4,000 at launch.
The Fujinon XF200mm f/2 R LM OIS WR is a dream lens for many with magic creamy bokeh, but it is at a price point that many can’t justify. While praise is almost universal among reviewers there are some that are speculating about it being designed for a future high-speed camera, because the lens is beyond cameras like the Fujifilm X-T3.
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Some are very excited about the Fujinon XF16-80mm F4 R OIS WR, while others would like faster aperture zooms with stabilization, but the overall impression of the new XF16-80mm by those that have used one have been overwhelmingly very positive. I hope this becomes Fujifilm’s go-to zoom kit lens soon because the weather sealing will be welcome since many of Fujifilm’s cameras now have some amount of sealing.
Novoflex announced a new FUX-RETRO automatic reverse adapter for Fujifilm X cameras in addition to new automatic bellows that they released earlier this week:
WEX largely covers photographers’ concerns about the Fujifilm X-A7 in the video above with a very concise video. The back screen is huge and usable under any lighting situation because it is very bright and clear. Also, you can photograph manually with the X-A7 even though it is supposed to be a more automatic camera.
The Fotodiox Pro Fusion Smart Lens Adapter hasn’t been as widely reported as other autofocus adapters that have come to Fujifilm cameras, but there was an update release for the adapter a few months ago that can only be installed via a windows computer. All of the details you will need to perform the update can be found below.