The Fujifilm X-Series camera thread

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    X-T2 version 2.00 & X-Pro2 version 3.00 – due late March 2017
    • 1. Shooting RAW in Bracketing and Advanced Filters
      The update enables you to use the RAW format when shooting not only in AE Bracketing but also in other Bracketing modes (ISO, Dynamic Range, White Balance, Film Simulaitons) and also in Advanced Filter modes.
    • 2. Extended ISO 125 and 160 selectable
      The update adds ISO125 and ISO160 to extended ISO levels available.
    • 3. Programmable long exposure of up to 15 minutes
      Long exposure in the T mode currently goes only up to 30 seconds. The update will allow users to extend it up to 15 minutes.
    • 4. ON/OFF for 1/3-step shutter speed adjustment (X-T2 only – already in X-Pro2)
      The update allows you to turn off the Command Dial’s function to adjust shutter speed by 1/3 steps in order to prevent unintended adjustments.
    • 5. Full-range ISO adjustments with the Command Dial (X-T2 only)
      With the update, set the ISO “A” position to “Command” to adjust ISO sensitivity across the full range, including extended ISOs, with the Front Command Dial.
    • 6. “AUTO” setting added for the minimum shutter speed in the ISO Auto setting
      The update adds an AUTO option for the minimum shutter speed in the ISO Auto setting, that allows the camera to automatically define the minimum shutter speed according to the focal length of the lens attached.
    • 7. Faster “Face Detection AF”
      The update enables the use of Phase Detection AF for faster performance in Face Detection AF.
    • 8. Improved in-focus indication in the AF-C mode
      The update reduces focus hunting in the AF-C mode, making it easier to track a subject.
    • 9. Addition of a smaller Focus Point size in Single Point AF
      The update adds a smaller Focus Point size in Single Point AF, bringing the total number of available sizes to six. The new smallest size facilitates pin-point focusing.
    • 10. Addition of “AF Point Display” (X-Pro2 only – already on X-T2)
      With the update, you can choose to have AF Points constantly displayed in Zone AF and Wide / Tracking AF, making it easier to track a subject.
    • 11. Addition of “AF-C Custom Setting” (X-Pro2 only – already on X-T2)
      The update adds “AF-C Custom Setting” for specifying focus-tracking characteristics. Choose from five presets according to your subject’s type of movements.
    • 12. Addition of “Portrait / Landscape AF Mode Switching” (X-T2 only)
      The update allows you to specify separate AF mode and AF point settings for portrait orientation and landscape orientation.
    • 13. Change of focus frame position while enlarging it
      The update allows you to move the position of focus frame while enlarging it in Single Point in the AF-S mode or in the Manual Focus
    • 14. Activation of the Eye Sensor in video recording (X-T2 only)
      The update allows you to use the Eye Sensor during video recording to automatically switch between EVF and LCD.
    • 15. Change of ISO sensitivity during video recording (X-T2 only)
      The update allows you to change ISO setting during video recording.
    • 16. Re-autofocusing in video recording
      With the update, half-press the Shutter Release button or press the button assigned to “AF-ON” function during video recording to re-do autofocusing.
    • 17. Display live histogram during video recording (X-T2 only)
      The update allows you to display a live histogram during video recording.
    • 18. Optimization of external microphone’s input level (X-T2 only)
      The update optimizes external microphone’s input level (lower limit revised from -12dB to 20dB) to reduce white noise when an external microphone with preamp is connected.
    • 19. Addition of “Eye Sensor + LCD Image Display” in the View Mode
      The update gives the “Eye Sensor + LCD Image Display” option in the View Mode that allows you to shoot through the viewfinder and check images on the LCD, just as you would with an SLR.
    • 20. Shorter EVF display time-lag (X-Pro2 only – already in X-T2)
      The update shortens EVF’s display time-lag in the AF-C mode so that you will not miss a photo opportunity.
    • 21. Constant “Dual” mode display (X-T2 only)
      With the update, the small window in the Dual mode stays on even when you half-press the shutter release button.
    • 22. Automatic vertical GUI for LCD (X-T2 only)
      With the update, when you hold the camera in the portrait orientation, the camera will automatically display the GUI on the LCD in the same orientation.
    • 23. Name Custom Settings
      The update allows you to assign a specific name to Custom Settings 1 – 7.
    • 24. Copyright information in EXIF data
      The update allows you to register the photographer’s name and the copyright holder’s name in advance so that the camera automatically adds the information to EXIF data for each image.
    • 25. Voice Memo function
      The update enable you to record 30-second “Voice Memo” clips in the Playback mode.
    • 26. Extended AE Bracketing
      The update extends AE Bracketing from the current 3 frames +/-2EV to up to 9 frames +/-3EV.
    • 27. Addition of “Shoot Without Card” mode
      With the update, you can have the “Shoot Without Card” mode turned OFF so that the camera can not shoot when there is no SD card inserted.
    X-T2 version 2.10 & X-Pro2 version 3.10 – late May 2017
    • 28. Support for computer tethering via Wi-Fi (X-T2 only)
      The update adds support for computer tethering via Wi-Fi.
    • 29. Addition of “All” AF mode (X-T2 only)
      With the update, select “All” in the AF mode so that you can select the AF mode and Focus Area size by only using the Command Dial.
    • 30. Function extension for “Shutter AF” and “Shutter AE” (X-T2 only)
      With the update, you can specify different settings for AF-S and AF-C in “Shutter AF” and for AF-S / MF and AF-C in “Shutter AE.”
    • 31. Addition of “-6” and “-7” to EVF’s brightness setting
      Additional options of “-6” and “-7” to the “EVF Brightness” setting so that, even in an extremely low-light condition, the brightness of the EVF does not distract you from shooting.
    • 32. Switchover of the main and sub displays in the Dual Display mode (X-T2 only)
      The update allows you to switch between the main and sub displays in the Dual Display mode.
    • 33. Function assignment to the Rear Command Dial
      With the update, you can assign a specific function to be activated when the Rear Command Dial is pressed.
    Fujifilm Officially Announces New Firmware for X-T2 and X-Pro2 with 33 Improvements - FULL LIST - Fuji Rumors
     
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    Not sure if this is the proper thread to post this question.. Fuji XT-20 or a sony a6300? Been on the fence on buying a camera. My last was a panasonic LX-7. Not into photography as much but would like to venture into this more. Taking short videos on the cam and the lengthier ones on the gopro.
     
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    you might want to check this video-centric review of the fuji x-t20. there's a portion of it being compared to the sony a6500, which is the newer version of the a6300

    https://www.cinema5d.com/fujifilm-x-t20-review-real-world-video-samples-and-first-impressions/
     
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    X-Pro 2 with Samyang 12mm f/2

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    We're already on the last leg for the month of March. No signs yet of the March update. Still hoping that Fuji will allow ISO adjustment via command dial(s) for the XPRO2 instead of just having it for XT2.
     
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    here it is, released last march 30, globally if i am not mistaken. :)

    http://www.fujifilm.com/support/digital_cameras/software/fw_table.html
     
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    I lost my stock x70 lens cap. any leads where I can buy a replacement? :(
     
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    Returned (again, last na, promise..) the Fuji X100T and replaced it with the Fuji X100F. Also bought a used mint condition Fuji X10 from ebay. I am now contented. lol.
     
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    x-t2 16-55

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    #2453 gravija_flare, Apr 18, 2017
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    Still with the X100T

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    Antonio's Tagaytay (Fuji X-Pro 2, 16-55 f/2.8, 35mm f/1.4, Samyang 12mm f/2)
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    Fuji X-Pro 2, 16-55mm f/2.8 - Boutique pedal packaging from ElectricNim (a local effects pedal maker)

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    Pedals - Fuji X-Pro 2, 35mm f/1.4

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