Fujifilm X-Series Firmware Updates

 

Fujifilm is known for firmware upgrades that make a real difference to its bodies. This bulk release is no different, with a roster of interesting updates for Fujifilm’s X series

 

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Fujifilm X-H1 (Ver.1.1.0)

Enhanced features make for more shooting opportunities and easier use. Download HERE.

Addition of Focus Bracketing: Users will be able to shoot up to 999 frames, focus bracketed, with the focus shift set from 1-10.
Compatibility with new cinema lenses, the FUJINON MKX 18-55mm T2.9 and MKX 50-135mm T2.9: These updates will allow users to select T-stop or f-stop, view aperture information on the monitor, check the focus distance indicator on the monitor and more.
Enlarge and customise indicators/information: Users will now be able to customise the size and placement of indicators or information shown in the viewfinder and on the LCD monitor.
Enhanced Phase Detection AF during movie recording and expanded Phase Detection AF Area options during still shooting: There will now be a total of six AF areas for phase detection, when the smallest area size is selected. This will be available in both AF-S and AF-C modes.
Enhanced Bluetooth connectivity using the latest FUJIFILM Camera Remote app: Multiple devices (up to seven) can be connected and you will be able to use the app as a remote control camera shutter release (requires Camera Remote app upgrade, available in May 2018).There will also be synchronisation of ‘date and time’ and/or ‘location information’ of devices when paired with compatible models. Users can also benefit from synchronized date and time and/or location information of smartphone and tablet devices.
Fn button support for IS Mode: Users can now set the Fn button to IS Mode to make changing settings quicker and easier.

£100 Trade-in bonus

Fujifilm X-H1 Digital Camera Body

£1,469

 

 

Fujifilm X-E3 (Ver.1.2.0)

This update enables users to use FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO, shoot with compatible third party studio flash in high-speed sync and enlarge information in the viewfinder. Download HERE.

Support for FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO: After downloading the software for free from Fuji’s website, the X-E3 can be connected by USB to convert RAW files with X Processor Pro. Fast batch processing will also be available.
Support for FUJIFILM X ACQUIRE to backup/restore settings: After connecting the camera to a computer using a USB cable, users will be able to backup/restore settings to/from a file. The capability to copy all camera settings from one camera to another is also available.
Compatibility with the new FUJINON XC 15-45mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS PZ: The MF ring can be used as a zoom ring. Lens zoom position is maintained during interval shooting and during playback mode (this will shorten the startup time for the next shooting).
Improve radio flash controller usability: This upgrade allows users to shoot with compatible third party studio flash in high-speed sync or TTL mode, via their controllers.
Enlarge and customise indicators/information: Users will now be able to customise the size and placement of indicators, or information shown in the viewfinder and on the LCD monitor.
Enhanced Bluetooth connectivity using the latest FUJIFILM Camera Remote app: Multiple devices (up to seven) can be connected and you will be able to use the app as a remote control camera shutter release (requires Camera Remote app upgrade, available in May 2018).

Fujifilm X-E3 Digital Camera Body - Black

£689

 

Fujifilm X100F (Ver.2.1.0)

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The X100F will also benefit from a small update allowing users to customise the size and placement of indicators or information shown in the viewfinder and LCD monitor.

Fujifilm X100F Digital Camera - Black

£1,019

 

Fujifilm X-T2 (Ver.4.0.0)

A whole host of updates bring the X-T2 some new features that allow for customisation, as well as enhanced autofocus and video capabilities. This update is expected to be available in May 2018.

Addition of Focus Bracketing: Users will be able to shoot up to 999 frames, focus bracketed, with the focus shift set from 1-10.
Compatibility with new cinema lenses, the FUJINON MKX 18-55mm T2.9 and MKX 50-135mm T2.9: These updates will allow users to select T-stop or f-stop, view aperture information on the monitor, check the focus distance indicator on the monitor and other features.
Enlarge and customise indicators/information: Users will now be able to customise the size and placement of indicators or information shown in the viewfinder and on the LCD monitor.
Addition of F-Log SD card recording: This allows users to record F-Log data onto an SD card in the camera.
High-speed video mode: Slow-motion footage can now be captured in HD 1080p at 120fps.
Improved Phase Detection AF: Updates to the autofocus algorithm have resulted in performance enhancements.
Addition of flicker reduction: This feature allows for flicker from artificial lighting to be controlled more effectively. This will be especially helpful for sports photographers who often shoot inside artificially lit halls.
Folder customisation: Select Folder and Create Folder functions allow users to create and rename image folders, with five character names, for easier image organisation in-camera.

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Fujifilm X-T2 Digital Camera Body - Graphite Silver

£1,145

 

Fujifilm X-PRO2 (Ver.5.0.0)

This update, expected to be available to customers in May 2018, will help to enhance usability for photographers as well as improve the efficiency of autofocus.

Enlarge and customise indicators/information: Users will now be able to customise the size and placement of indicators or information shown in the viewfinder and on the LCD monitor.
Improved Phase Detection AF: Updates to the autofocus algorithm have resulted in performance enhancements.
Addition of flicker reduction: This feature allows for flicker from artificial lighting to be controlled more effectively. This will be especially helpful for sports photographers who often shoot inside artificially lit halls.
Folder customisation: Select Folder and Create Folder functions allow users to create and rename image folders, with five character names, for easier image organisation in-camera.

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Fuji X-Pro2 Body

£1,219

 

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