Interestingly Godox is copying the Profoto C1/C1+ with the Godox R1/RF1 again after the whole Profoto A1/Godox V1 situation. They are even copying the trigger differentiation that Profoto started with their recently announced C1/C1+.
Fujifilm Manager Toshihisa Iida sat down with for an interview. Below are translate exhirpts form that interview:
Te Fujifilm X-Summit was today. I’m a little delayed, but I will cover the stream below.Follow  Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube
We previously covered the Sirui 50mm f/1.8 Anamorphic here, but it looks like some details have changed because Sirui previously quoted $550, which has turned into €700 or $771.64 US. These lenses will be available for Sony, Fujifilm and Panasonic users. The new lens will be available in January 2020. I might pick some of these up just because I have been enjoying anamorphic photography quite a bit lately.
KIPON start to deliver top quality lineup adapters for pro cine&video purpose,to meet the demand from professional users.
The Profoto B2 Location Kit has been substantially discounted and it’s probably to bring the kit inline with their Profoto C1+ announcement, which is being advertised as for smartphones but works with the Profoto Air Remote. I think they are worried that photographers will load up the new Profoto C1+  lights instead of buying the B2 since they work with the AirTTL Remote. It will be interesting to see if the C1+ becomes popular with photographers.
After we first leaked all of the new Viltrox lenses and the details about them digitalcameraworld posted the expected prices of these new lenses and some new images.
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Fuji Love’s fifth interview with Billy Luong was posted and it’s just over an hr long. If you have the time you can listen to the podcast on Fujilove, iTunes, and Stitcher. You can find our coverage from the
September 12, 2019, Valhalla, New York – FUJIFILM North America Corporation today announced that its Enterprise Order Fulfillment services will power Google Photos’ new service that allows users of the popular app to print directly from Google Photos to Walmart for in-store pickup. Users of the app can order photo prints on their smartphones, tablets, or computers with ease by using Google Photos to manage their images, and then choosing the specific Walmart store for same day pickup.

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