AutoEverything

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  • I had the 100 including the tilt-adapter and now the 100s. The advantage on my side may be, that I sold the 100 and then did not get the 100s right after it, but two months or so inbetween. I don‘t ...
  • When I first got into GFX with the 50s, one thing that really got me, was that is has the same aspect-ratio for the sensor as my m43 kit had. I strongly prefer 4:3 over 3:2 as format, and I did not ...
  • You make me thinking... In some drawer I have that old VR-Goggles-Frame, where you can insert your smartphone. I'm just not sure how to operate the touch screen with my tongue or nose-tip... :-)
  • I had the GFX100 before and traded it for the 100S. Although I do miss the tilt-adapter a little bit, the advantages of the smaller body for me are more important. But how about that: Fujifilm Cam ...
  • No, that is not possible currently. Should be easy to implement with a firmware update. I would also like it.
  • I think, what you want exactly is not supported: switching on the LCD by the menu-button and leaving it off otherwise. AFAIK, the ViewMode Button is the only way.
  • It would probably help to mention the camera, you are talking about... if you talk about the GFX100s, that is currently the one about which the most question are asked, then just press the view ...
  • It works with the exiftool-trick and CaptureOne 21: "exiftool -Model="GFX100S" -Software="Digital Camera GFX100S Ver1.00" *.RAF" After that, C1 happily applies Nostalgic Neg to the image. Below is ...
  • If you crop down the 250 with the TC1.4 to 26 MPixel (what the X-T4 has) its actually not that far away from what the 100-400 gives you. I thought about keeping the X-T4 and the 100-400 also for ...
  • Not directly, I think. But you can „trick“ the camera into it. The simple way would be to develop it as your preferred film-simulation later in camera. Or use film-simulation-bracketing... Then the ...
  • Press the drive button on the top left side next to the viewfinder to bring up the menu with the shooting modes. With the joystick select the top entry in the menu to get back to single shooting. ...
  • But then it should be even easier to fix. Just need to update the PixelShiftCombiner. Since the 16 single frames are normal raws and can probably be parsed by dcraw already, it should even be ...
  • Its called PixelShiftCombiner . Its from Fujifilm, can be downloaded for free and produces DNG files for processing in C1. It has a simple batch mode, so you can process many pixel shift series at ...
  • Why all these steps? just clean while the camera is off. The sensor is not behind a shutter then like on DSLRs or Leicas. You can simply clean it, let is dry, switch on, check and repeat if not ...
  • There is no such thing as a special cleaning mode for wet cleaning for the 100s. The manual mentions on page 320 cleaning with a blower, if the internal sensor cleaning is not successful. Wet ...
  • No difference. Same approach.
  • I can understand that. You can always buy both... :-D
  • So, here two shots with Sigma Art 135 to see the vignette. First is close focus, second infinity. Vignette is more pronounced at infinity, but still well to control in post. IQ is still very good ...
  • Not sure, if I have one... but if of interest, I can make one tomorrow.
  • A snapshot with the GFX100 and that lens to show the (lack of) vignette. GFX 100 @ ISO 100 @ 1/25 with Sigma Art 135mm @ f1.8 Focuspoint is near the inner edge of the stamp.
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