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.
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.
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The above video gives us a new look at the Fujifilm X-Pro3 in a user’s hands. The above video starts at 1:21 and shows the camera up to the user’s face and operating the new back panel. Below are some screen grabs from the above video. On a side note, Canon’s new AF doesn’t look very good.
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.
Notification of FUJIFILM Camera Remote with “iOS13” Smartphones October 11, 2019 FUJIFILM Corporation
Well, it looks like all of the crazy savings are coming to an end at retails when they make mistakes. Amazon recently canceled a ton of 85mm f/1.8 orders and now B&H Photo has canceled a pricing error of their own. I completely understand where they are coming from, but at the same time there should be some accountability and at the very least an apologetic gift card. It might not seem like much, but at least it is an attempt to make it up to loyal customers.
Nikon just announced a sub $1,000 mirrorless APS-C camera the Nikon Z50 and Fujifilm has two comparable cameras to compete with it the Fujifilm X-T30 and Fujifilm X-E3. This is a very crowded segment and Sony also has several cameras that might compete with the Z50 too.
B&H Photo currently has some pricing errors that I have been reluctant to post because I am pretty sure these orders will be canceled (Amazon recently canceled a ton of Sony orders for the same reason), but hey if the deal works out than why shouldn’t my readers benefit. If these get canceled hopefull B&H will issue gift cards like Amazon did.
Fujifilm still has the F19003 coming that is probably the X-Pro3. Now we have the the FF19005 registered to, so maybe we are looking at a future Fujifilm X-T4 or X100/X200 camera that could be the Fujifilm X100V or X200.