Comment on the forum If this is true, we are in for some interesting improvements. The Fuji X-T3 (and most likely X-T4) seem to be getting a 1080/240p high speed video mode.
Comment on the forum Rumours have gained pace all over the place about the X-T4 and the discontinuation of the X-H2. I have to say this makes perfect sense if the X-T4 is going to be an X-H2 anyway in video terms. 10bit 6K/60p anyone?
Comment on the forum Here’s my top 5 cameras of 2018. Of course we all know “there’s no such thing as a ‘bad’ camera” any more but there is such a thing as a dull, boring rip off. Then there’s the stuff that has a shelf life of a few months, that you just know is a stepping stone before the real deal arrives. In many ways 2018 was a…
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Comment on the forum I was able to find a Nikon Z7 in Berlin and decided to shoot with it at least until the Z6 comes out, when I’ll reassess whether it is worth 3800 euros. Nevertheless, this camera tells us 90% of what we need to know about that one too.
Check out the behind the scenes on Black Swan’s Matthew Libatique ASC Fuji X-T3 shoot here at FDTimes. Great read! Comment on the forum Back in June I reported on the joint sensor development between Fuji and Samsung. You can read all about that ISO Cell project here. This was 100% not a rumour. Now you may look at the X-T3 and wonder where the new 26MP sensor comes from.
Comment on the forum 10bit Fuji-digital-film Super 35mm for £1350 is a yes from me!
Comment on the forum Video on the new X-T3 is quite a surprise and shows how seriously Fuji are taking filmmaking, even on their most photographer-orientated cameras. Film Simulation goes 10bit for the first time on the X-T3, along with F-LOG (internal) and a future firmware update later in the year will add Hybrid LOG Gamma and BT.2020 colour. There are big improvements to the sensor, to speed up the…