Richard Butler

Richard Butler

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Joined on Nov 7, 2007

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UHS-III SD card interface capable of 624MB/s bursts announced

The SD Card Association has announced the UHS-III standard that allows for maximum data rates twice as fast as the current UHS-II interface. The new interface will allow cards to transfer data at up to 624MB/s and will be used in both SD and Micro SD cards. Read more

Fujifilm updates X-mount lens roadmap

Fujifilm's creation of cine lenses and a medium-format system doesn't mean it's forgotten its stills-shooting X-mount audience. The company has announced an updated lens roadmap, adding an ultra-wide zoom and a telephoto prime lens, both due in 2018. Read more

First Look: Fujinon MK18-55mm T2.9 cine lens

The new Fujinon MK18-55mm T2.9 cine lens is the first of the company's new line of 'MK' series Fujinon lenses aimed at the 'emerging production' market. What sets this lens apart from a standard photo lens? Let's take a look. Read more

Panasonic's new organic CMOS sensor won't be in your next camera but it's cool anyway

Panasonic's latest organic CMOS chip can capture visible and near-infrared light at the same time without sacrificing resolution. Read more

Fujifilm X100F vs X100T: what's new, what's changed and is it enough?

The X100F looks much like its predecessor and it's easy to assume it's only really the sensor that's changed. The more we looked at the differences between it and the X100T, the less true that seemed. Read more

Hopes of Kodachrome relaunch put on ice

Hold your horses, all you would-be Egglestons: Kodachrome probably isn't about to make a comeback. Read more

Iridient X-Transformer beta brings much-loved X-Trans processing to Windows

Iridient X-Transformer is a standalone utility that takes RAF files from Fujifilm cameras and demosaics them before saving them as DNG files. This means Windows users can now access the processing look that is popular among Mac-owning X-Trans shooters. Read more

Interview: Fujifilm talks GFX, X100F and getting serious about video

The launch of the GFX 50S gave us a chance to speak to Makoto Oishi and his colleagues about Fujifilm's latest cameras, its customers and its future plans. Read more

Throwback Thursday: Fujifilm X100

The first Fujifilm X-series camera, the FinePix X100, debuted in 2010 with handsome looks, great image quality and a swath of technical glitches that many photographers were happy to ignore. With numerous updates over the years, the X100 has truly become a modern classic. Read more

Feisty upstart: Hands-on with the Fujifilm X-T20

The Fujifilm X-T20 is very much the little brother to the X-T2, using the same sensor, upgraded AF system and 4K video support as its more expensive sibling. We've gone hands-on with the X-T20 to go over the most important features. Read more