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  1. My work requires that I start shooting video. As an X-T20 user, the X-H1 seems the obvious upgrade. I shoot in crowded venues where IBIS is highly preferable to a gimbal or stabilizer: school classrooms, music and theater rehearsals, stage events, social gatherings, etc. I am concerned about issues with focus hunting that have been reported in actual field tests, e.g., this review: Fuji X-H1 revisited after longer use: Auto Focus for video & more… - YouTube I would be extremely grateful for your thoughts on this. Are their settings or workarounds to make continuous focus, focus tracking, and touch focusing less prone to hunting? The only other alternative seems to be a Sony A6500 or A7III, neither of which evokes the sightest enthusiasm! I am in love with the Fuji colors and ergonomics. Thanks for any suggestions!
  2. Hello. While using my X-T3 I encountered artifacts in video mode. With a white balance of 2500 and a transition to the blue spectrum, purple spots appear. Additional settings: 4k or FullHD, eterna picture prof, S tone -2, iso 640, diaphragm 2.8-22, DR 400, shutter speed 1\40 - 1\200. Software 3.00 This is evident on dark objects or on a yellow-green color. In the video, this effect is not visible. With atomos ninja 5 this effect is present. I also filmed this on video. Who faced such a problem? What could it be? Video artifact (atomos ninja 5) : Thank you in advance.
  3. *** Firmware request *** Is the X-H1 really "Video oriented"? Not enough. I would like to see in the MOVIE SETTING, an option where I can select the default shutter speed for the 30 and 60 on the shutter speed dial, only when I am in MOVIE MODE, obviously. On the 60 position I could select by default: none(stay in 60) - 50 - 48, and on 30 position I could select the default shutter speed: none(stay in 30), 25 or 24. Which are the most used shutter speed on cinema. Then, when I put the shutter speed on 30 or 60, I get faster the speed that I really need.
  4. Hi, I was wondering if anyone who has been lucky enough to already receive their X-T2 has also encountered this error? About 9-14 seconds into video recording, the camera saves the video, and "Write Error" appears on the screen. I have tried using each of the film simulations, different memory cards (each formatted by the camera beforehand), different lenses. I can't seem to isolate the problem based on some external factor, so I'm thinking it's firmware/camera related. The videos the camera saves are intact and viewable, just short. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  5. Hello Everyone, I’m trying to use the FujiFilm phone app: CAM REMOTE with my X100F and while it works well for taking pictures, I am having difficulty with using it for video, which I would really like to do. While I can do a single focus, when taking pictures, by tapping the screen where I would like to focus, then taking the picture, this does not work in the video mode. In video mode, it seems the only option is for a continuous focus mode where it is always searching for focus — seems like it is looking for movement and focusing on that. Is there are a way to change it so that I can tap on my phone screen and set a single focus point and NOT have it continuously searching for focus (it makes quite a bit of noise). Any other apps (for iPhone or Mac) or advice on recording video (being able to control focus and start a video) remotely using the x100f, would be greatly appreciated. Thanks everyone!
  6. I'm quite happy about annoucement of new update for X-T20, however there are few things that I'm really missing and some updates could add some of those in future. For instance: 1. Add histogram to video mode. 2. Add mic-level preview in video mode. 3. Customization of front dial. 4. Faster response of sensor in EVF + eye sensor mode. 5. Ability to wake up camera by press different button than shutter-release button (sometimes it wakes camera and also take picture immediately). 6. Smaller horizontal line, less disturbing during shooting. 7. More sensitive camera position sensor. Sometimes menu wont turn to portrait mode after turn camera in that angle. 8. Ability to add vignette effect in JPG's, like grain or saturation. What do you think is still missing and could be added or fixed? Thanks.
  7. Hi guys, A few weeks ago I bought an X-T2, mainly for stills but as a video tool too. Yesterday evening I was making my first real video test shooting : my son presenting a magic trick. Apart the poor choice of profile and the exposition aproximation (light was going down fast) a few of the clips shows some strange "flickering" at the hedges of the picture as you can see there, straight out from cam (please look with full screen) : https://vimeo.com/208623564 The majority of other clips are looking normal, there were shot with the same settings, except for focal lenght minor apperture or Iso changes. Settings were FHD 25 P, Velvia profile with -2 in hi, low lights and sharpness (trst purposes), iso 250, 1/50s, F5.6. Good Transcend 600x SDXC card (never showing problem with lumix gh3). The X-T2 was in boost mode. The only thing that I can think of if that the battery (original np126s) was running low at this moment. I changed it a few time after, but before the camera shuted down. It look like if the lens correction was going on and off... Have you experienced something similar ? What do you think of it ? I'm new to Fuji and I already know the limitations of X-T2 as a video tool but I'm not new to video and never seen something like that. Thanks for your looks and thinks. Boris
  8. Hi, I would like to do more videos with my X-T2 (4K or FHD 60fps), so I need to replace my old basic class 10 Transcend SD cards. I have already read a few posts about best cards, but I'm wondering if a UHS-II 250Mb/s card would be overkill for my needs. I have to say that I don't do extreme burst mode photography. I don't care of being able to shoot a 11 fps for one minute! Do you think those cards could give me enough performance? https://goo.gl/w48yYp https://goo.gl/mSsg5A Thanks
  9. I am primarily a videographer and I've been absolutely LOVING our XT-2's, but... When we shot Canon, we always popped a Zacuto viewfinder onto our LCD screens to check focus and to shade the screen in bright situations. My current Zacuto setup does work on the XT-2 but it blocks the battery release and, occasionally, it will make the screen go black (really randomly). Anyone else filming regularly who has found a better viewfinder solution? Thanks! Joanna Sample of our work:
  10. Please have a look at my video (better to watch in HD or even 4K) - the boat on the right edge. It "jumps" or "jiggle" back and forth every fiew seconds. Same with left edge. It looks like that some lens correction or something might be applied spontaneously. Any idea what might that be and how to avoid it?
  11. Hey, i wanted to start a wishlist for firmware improvements (KAIZEN). Maybe fujifilm reads this. Add you're own below! Currently X-T2: - Internal: 4k UHD, 4:2:0, 8bit, filmsimulation, 30fps - Exernal: 4k UHD, 4:2:2, 8bit, flog or filmsimulation, 30fps - only focus peaking but no zebra or vector scope Panasonic gh5: - Internal!: 4k UHD or DCI 4k, 4:2:2, 10bit, vlog, 24fps, 400 Mbps, All-Intra - Internal!: 4k UHD, 4:2:0, 8bit, vlog, 60fps, 150 Mbps, IPB - External: 4k UHD or DCI 4k, 4:2:2, 10bit, vlog, 60fps, 400 Mbps, All-Intra - focus peaking, zebra, vector scopes I know not everything is possible because of overheating but i guess they need to make improvements because of the competitive gh5. So the possible wish features would be: Fujifilm X-T2 KAIZEN update: - Internal: 4k UHD, 4:2:2, 8bit, flog or filmsimulation, only 24fps (because of overheating?) - Internal: 4k UHD, 4:2:0, 8bit, flog or filmsimulation, 60fps - External: 4k UHD or DCI 4K, 4:2:2, 10bit, flog only, 30fps - External: 4k UHD or DCI 4k, 4:2:2, 8bit, flog or filmsimulation, 60fps - External: 1080p, 4:2:0, 8bit, 120 fps - zebras and histogramm in video mode - a 1/48 option for 24fps shooting what are you're most wanted features? - maybe a higher bitrate? - maybe the option for h264 and h265? - maybe higher Mbps for better quality? - maybe a rgb-histogramm or vector scopes? Keep in mind not everything is possible because of sensor readout speed or overheating issues but maybe a few new features could be integrated for x-t2 + powergrip only? This would make it a perfect camera for stills and video. You could use it even on big productions as a b-camera because of external 4:2:2 10bit. But in situations when an external recorder is too big and heavy you still have the option for internal 4:2:2 8bit with flog 24fps or 4:2:0 8bit flog/filmsimulation 60fps. Why i dont buy the gh5 instead? I like the fujifilm x-t2 much more - the image quality is amazing - better lenses - bigger sensor - love the film simulations - dynamic range - ... Dont understand me wrong im really impressed with the current video features of my x-t2 but i still think there is room for improvements. Would be awesome if fujifilm reads this and thinks about future firmware updates for those hyprid fotographers/filmmakers which only want to buy one camera for both situations.
  12. Hello, I am a new member and already have an issue with my newly acquired used X-T1. I tried looking for the search feature of this forum but could not locate it. So here is my problem: Whenever I press on the RED button (video button) next to the ON/OFF knob, the AF MODE message came on giving me 3 options SINGLE POINT, ZONE and WIDE/TRACKING and no video. I chose one option after another and still no video recording. I have also tried to hold down the RED video button for 2, 3 seconds, still nothing. There must be something in the setup that messed things up. I hope to find some help here. Many thanks in advance.
  13. Hello everybody. This is my first post on this forum after being a quiet reader for some time. I am a fairly new Fuji-X Shooter from Germany. Before Fuji i used a Canon 7D for a couple of years and a Sony a7II after that for about one year. I switched to Fuji with the new X-T2 mainly because of lens selection, colors from the x-trans sensor, manual buttons availability and price policy of Fuji. Recently i spent about 3 weeks on a roadtrip in Australia with my girlfriend. The first vacation where i put the X-T2 to real use. Besides taking a lot of photos, i really wanted to test out the video capabilities. So i shot a lot of 4K footage. You can find some of the photos on my 500px page https://500px.com/johannes-toenne/galleries/australia-november-2016 and i published my video on Vimeo I still have to get to know this camera more, but so far i am very impressed and happy with switching to Fuji. Let me know what you think and feel free to ask any questions if you have some. Johannes
  14. I did some video shooting for the first time with my X-T2, and the 4K files are really good looking, but unfortunately, the motor for focus on my lens (23mm f/1.4) is so loud that I can hear every little step and jitter it makes over the audio of the scene, even as I'm manually focusing. Does anyone have any thoughts besides "go buy all different lenses for video work" or "Don't focus while shooting"?
  15. Here's a video I shot with the XT2 and 16-55mm lens. I shot 4k and cropped down to HD to get the pans and camera moves. One thing that I noticed was the lack of dynamic range especially in the highlights. I can normally pull detail back into the blacks and highlights with other cameras but I cannot do this with the T2. Hopefully this can be fixed with future firmware updates. https://vimeo.com/188809493
  16. questions for video folks.... any clues? 1. I'm looking for a very compact stabilization rig for X-T2 to make quick videos (specially while walking) that can fit in my travel bag. I do not need pro grade rigs, just want to avoid getting a headache every time I watch the videos.... 2. would the AF noise of the 23 1.4 or 56 be picked by camera mic?? should I use an external mic instead? thanks!
  17. I just purchased an X-T2 and had a couple questions for those of you that have one regarding using it to shoot video. -What is the best film simulation mode to use for a flat profile suitable for color grading. I don’t have an external recorder to records F-Log. -I have the Power Booster Vertical Grip on order, which comes with a power adapter to charge two batteries while inside. Can I use this power adapter to power the camera for continuous filming, or do I need to buy another power adapter to power the camera directly for this?
  18. SteveMcN

    GFX video

    I couldn't help noticing that there is a movie icon in the GFX menu... you can see it here: http://www.photographyblog.com/news/fujifilm_gfx_50s_hands_on_photos/ No mention of video capabilities in the announcement, however. I realise this might not be a priority for a lot of potential users, but shooting motion with those lenses and that size sensor does have interesting possibilities. Anyone in Koln able to look through the menu and glean any more information?
  19. EDIT: Solved (root cause banding due to crappy App), see post #5, http://www.fuji-x-forum.com/topic/3290-x-pro-2-video-and-wifi-flickering-video/?do=findComment&comment=29803 Hi everybody I did some experiments with video today, as I did have some weird effects when I tried video the last time... It seems that Video works fine when you start it directly on the camera and the WiFi is turned off. When I started video via the Fuji App from a phone connected by WiFi (using it as a remote release), the video was exceptionally badly flickering (and half the size only, it seems to do full 1920x1080 without wifi, 1280x720 with wifi. Wifi on: https://youtu.be/ky0yDR2Cwxo Wifi off: https://youtu.be/vhB49Xyz5V0 Did you experience something like that? Anything to get the video working? Best regards Nils
  20. First off the context I'm coming from is as a fashion, and commercial photographer who shoots with Nikon. I've been playing with Fujis for the last couple of years, and been following developments very closely, but haven't invested yet. I'd also like to add that I'm looking for camera systems that have strong options for photo and video. I'm not interested in buying a dedicated video camera as I'd just rent out a RED or similar when budget allows. Anyone who works in the commercial photography scene will know that video is creeping in to the field quite fast. It's becoming a necessity to expand your skill base, and photographers are expected to direct video, and stills on one day. Now after a long history of a single-minded focus on stills (which I fully appreciate), with the X T2 Fuji has proven that it can develop a camera with strong video capabilities. 4k from oversampled footage, and F-LOG. This is important because as photographer have to take on extra responsibilities, so does their gear. Currently Nikon video game is lacking. Sony has the A7r range for photos and the A7s range for video. Micro 4/3 has Olympus for photos, and Panasonic for video. Canon has DSLRs for photos, and a whole other video department (their DSLRs are about equal for video as Nikon) Part of the reason Sony, and Panasonic are doing so well for video is Price, and Weight. If you're using a Gimbal, or a lot of other equipment, weight becomes very important. I'm currently not interested in investing in Sony as it provides no benifits over Nikon in my opinion. I've shot with top end Olympus before and I'm not really a fan. This is what Fuji would need to create a very strong mirrorless that could compliment their photo based lineup, and strongly compete with other video centric cameras. HDMI out, while recording to SD card (for external monitor) In camera features like focus peaking, LUTs, etc Fully articulating screen Good sound input & Headphone port A zoom lens with great continuous video autofocus (maybe this is for firmware or in camera autofocus) 4k, 60fps (2k 60fps would be fine) High bit rate recording A phone app that can be used as external monitor with controls, focus peaking, LUTs, etc would be amazing. (this saving costs of external monitor would be instant buy for me)
  21. Hello everybody, I am aware that the X T-1 does not perform very well shooting video, but I am experiencing a strange effect that I have not seen described before. (I read about moire and the autofocus issues). In sunny conditions, and on grass/in nature, when I film with manual focus with or without focus peaking highlighting enabled, it looks as if there is a 'shadow' where the focus peaking would have been seen in the viewfiender. This 'shadow' moves as I manually change the focus back and forth. Here are some examples shot with the XF 35 mm F1.4, with aperture set to 1.4: All other settings (ISO, Shutter) set to auto, film simulation is standard, movie mode is Full HD 60fps. I have tried changing those settings but it does not make a difference (as far as I can see). The effect is less intruding with a lower aperture. Have anyone else seen this? (Could someone we bothered to go outside and try?) Any comments are welcome. Thanks, B.
  22. I moved this post to the Fuji X-T1 / Fuji X-T10 forum.
  23. I for one hope Fuji keeps improving their video quality. This got me thinking, canon has the popular hack of Magic Lantern which enables full 14bit raw recording (albeit at lower realities and for limited time). However Fuji raw files are massive, but their jpegs rule. I wonder if Fuji has considered implemented a similar approach (ie 1080p jpegs at 24fps, or higher resolution and frame rates). And then maybe a incamera to stitch them together for people who want it right then. This is probably very niche, but Fuji doesn't have any video line to protect like most of the other companies. I really don't want to have two sets of cameras and lenses etc.
  24. Hey Everyone, I want to share with you a video that I have made with my Fujifilm X-T1. I know it's not the best camera for video, I'm mainly a photography guy but I do some video too. I couldn't link the video so here is the link for the full story: http://www.mostafa-elrefai.com/portfolios/project-midnight/ This is my first post and I couldn't find a video forum, so I posted in the photo forum.
  25. I know Fuji cameras are bad at video and you need to be really careful to get anything worth looking at (use a tripod to avoid shake-related jaggies, avoid moiré-inducing textures, use MF to avoid focus hesitation), but I have some things I want to record and so far the ability to use my f/1.4 primes means my X-T10 is still probably the best way to get it done. Assuming I can record something that looks good, I still need to figure out audio, as the internal mic is obviously just okay, and if my 35mm f/1.4 is ever in AF mode the noise it makes re-adjusting focus is really really loud. So what will I need to use an external mic with the X-T10? I know the mic jack is 2.5mm rather than the more common 3.5mm. Has anyone gotten an adapter to work for it? When I look at adapters on Amazon a lot of them specifically mention that the microphone won't work but they are talking about headphone+mic "headsets" rather than e.g. a small lavalier mic plugged in (e.g. http://www.amazon.com/Monoprice-107121-2-5mm-Adaptor-Plated/dp/B005KP2AJY/ref=sr_1_7?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1441477003&sr=1-7&keywords=2.5mm+3.5mm+microphone ). Anyone have an adapter they bought that they know works with Fuji cameras? In terms of the mic itself I'm leaning towards this Audio Technica lavalier mic because it's pretty cheap, has a long cord and will also work with my iPhone if I want to record sepearately and sync up later. http://www.amazon.ca/Audio-Technica-ATR3350IS-Lavalier-Microphone-Smartphones/dp/B00HZA6EJO/ref=pd_cp_267_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=0GB9Z66AP2R02AWFTF07 Anyone know a reason why this wouldn't work with my X-T10+an adapter? Advice for a better setup to use with X-T10? Thanks for any advice about what I should buy, or also any general advice about audio recording on Fuji cameras.
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