Fujifilm X-T1 with XF56mm f1.2 R Lens Sample Gallery

Fujifilm X-T1: UHS-I SD Card vs UHS-II SD Card Comparison

The Fujifilm X-T1 is the first camera on the market compatible with UHS-2 SD Cards, but what does that mean in real life situation? I have not seen anything about that anywhere else, so I made my own little experiment, and that’s exactly what we are going to check in this video.

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Fujifilm XF-10-24mm f4 R OIS wide-angle zoom release date postponed again

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Initially announced for the end of the year 2013 in past iterations of the “Fujifilm XF-mount lenses roadmap”, the Fujifilm XF-10-24mm f4 R OIS wide-angle zoom had been postponed to February 2014 when it was officially announced back in December last year. So far, the XF14mm f2.8 prime was the shortest focal length offered by Fujifilm for the growing amount of X-photographers (apart from third party lenses such as the fish-eye by Rokinon) and a real wide-angle zoom will finally fill the gap at this side of the range. Alas, Fuji shooters will have to wait longer than expected, as the official release date has now been postponed again to March 15th in Japan, where it will be first available. Hopefully this is the last time the release is postponed…