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  1. Hey All! I'm new here and desperate! I just upgraded from my XT3 to an XT5 and need tethering advice. A huge part of what I do is tethered shoots and I've been successfully tethering my XT3 with Fuji Tether Pro Plugin to Lightroom for years. It is essential that the software can fully control the camera. First of all it was very difficult to update the existing plugin. You have to remove it and reinstall it, which doesn't work properly. In the end, I had to manually unzip the downloaded update file and enter in the code myself. More importantly. The update does allow you to focus and take photos but the settings control doesn't work. That's means you can not adjust ISO, Shutter speed or f-stop with the software. These buttons simply don't work when you click them. Has anybody else experienced this? Is there perhaps a previous version of the update does work? Has anybody managed to tether with Capture one? I read there are also bugs. I'm willing to switch systems if it fully works. If I can't fix it I'm stuck with an Xt5 that I paid a lot of money for that I can not use for its intended purposes.
  2. In terms of AF-C tracking speed/precision and IQ with human subjects/faces, if you could only pick one, would you go with the Viltrox 27mm 1.2 Pro or Fujifilm XF 33mm 1.4 and why? I shoot on a Fujifilm X-T5, mostly candid people photography. Thanks for your opinions.
  3. Hi Last week during a reportage, I shot bursts from about 5 fts with one of my two X-T5s, for a total of about 100 photographs. I had mounted a Fujinon XF8mm. Everything seemed to proceed regularly without any sign of problems. When looking at the sequences in the car I realized that many photos were completely black, that is, as if I had taken with the cap in front, alternating with some perfect ones and others completely white without any detail. Back in the studio I loaded them onto the Mac and noticed that of a sequence of around 100 photographs, 49 were completely flawed, that is, almost all of them were completely BLACK and some were completely WHITE. The problem was present both on the photo of the Slot 1 card (RAF) and on the Slot 2 card (JPG) in unison, so much so that I discarded the hypothesis that it could be a problem with the memory card. So, to recap: the errors on the 49 offending photos are exactly the same, for both cards in RAF and JPG. After turning the machine off and on again, it started working perfectly again, so much so that in the following days I carried out other jobs, even with gusts, without any problem. Obviously I am waiting for a response from the support to which I sent the offending sequences. I would add that if I analyze the EXIFs of the BLACK or WHITE photos, the values and data that appear are completely normal, that is, they report exactly the same information as the photos that came out well, as if nothing had happened. 1) Before each job, I always format the cards in the machine, with the specific function that can be called up from the menu and quick keys of the XT5 2) The XT5 has Firmware version 2.03 3) The Fujinon XF-8mm lens Firmware 1.00 The problem has manifested itself, for now, only once, intermittently, that is, some faulty photos alternated with perfect ones. In the following days, on the advice of the assistance center, I put on the intervalometer and shot the camera until the card was full for a total of 1600 shots. No problems, everything is fine. What do you think about it? Has anyone had this problem?
  4. On the X-T5, is there any way to cycle through multiple detected faces to select the face you want in primary focus? On my X-T30ii, when I go to Settings/BUTTON/DIAL SETTING/FOCUS LEVER SETTING/TILT/, I have the following options (note #3): DIRECT AF POINT SELECTION EDIT FOCUS AREA DIRECT AF POINT SELECTION/FACE SELECT However, on my X-T5, I only see the first two options. How can I get the "DIRECT AF POINT SELECTION/FACE SELECT" option to show? I feel like this must be related to some other setting, but for the life of me, I can't figure out what. I can't seem to find anything about this in the manual. Thanks!
  5. With the Fuji X-T5, Fujifilm introduces the fifth generation of the most successful Fuji X class. It is already the third top model to be introduced this year after Fuji X-H2s and X-H2. Even though positioning and price are not decisively different from the X-H2, most Fuji X photographers will know directly which model they will choose. While the X-H series is more similar to the operating concept of other manufacturers, the Fuji X-T5 is aimed at photographers who want maximum quality with a classic, tactile operating concept. The FUJIFILM X-T5 will be available in silver and black from November 17, 2022 at a price of 1,999 € in stores. Fuji X-T5 chrome available for pre-order at: B&H | Adorama | Amazon US Fuji X-T5 black available for pre-order at: B&H | Adorama | Amazon US The Fujifilm X-T5 at a glance 40.2 megapixel X-Trans CMOS 5 HR (BSI CMOS) X-Processor 5 IBIS with compensation up to 7 EV Electronic viewfinder, 0.8x, 24mm eye point, 3.69 MP, 100 fps Tiltable 3" LCD monitor Continuous shooting 15 fps (mechanical) / 20 fps (electronic) Mechanical shutter 1/8000 sec Electronic shutter 1/180,000 sec. Dual UHS-II slot 6K/30P, Apple ProRes RAW via HDMI Battery life: approx. 740 images with NP-W235 Weatherproof Fujifilm launches mirrorless digital camera “FUJIFILM X-T5” Featuring the latest 40.2MP sensor and image processing engine to deliver superior image quality and fast AF Equipped with three dials on the top panel and a three-way tilting LCD monitor despite being lightweight and compact TOKYO, November 2, 2022 – FUJIFILM Corporation (President and CEO, Representative Director: Teiichi Goto) announces that it will launch of the mirrorless digital camera “FUJIFILM X-T5” (X-T5) sequentially after the middle of November, 2022. It is the latest addition to the X Series of mirrorless digital cameras known for their compact and lightweight body and superior image quality based on the company’s proprietary color reproduction technology. X-T5 features the fifth-generation devices, i.e. the back-illuminated 40.2MP sensor “X-Trans™ CMOS 5 HR”*1 and the high-speed image processing engine “X-Processor 5.” Its superior image quality and high mobility make it a perfect choice for still photography. The compact camera body, weighing just 557g*2, is equipped with advanced features including the five-axis in-body image stabilization (IBIS) of up to 7.0 stops*3, as well as AI-based subject-detection AF and high-speed AF. Other features include three dials: ISO, shutter speed and exposure compensation, and three-way tilting LCD monitor delivering greater comfort in photo shooting. The X-T5 will be a perfect companion to cover a wide variety of photographic genres from snapshots / documentary photography, in which its portability is a major asset, to landscape photography and portraiture, which demands superior image quality. The X-T5 also features the back-illuminated 40.2MP sensor “X-Trans™ CMOS 5 HR” and the high-speed image processing engine “X-Processor 5.” Superior image quality is made possible thanks to the Smooth Skin Effect, in which human skin tone is automatically re-touched, and AI-based high-precision auto white balance. The ability to use ISO125 as standard sensitivity and the high shutter speed of up to 1/180000 seconds provides diverse photographic expressions. The X-T5 boasts a compact body weighing approximately 557g, about 50g lighter than the previous model*4. Other features that facilitate high mobility include the five-axis IBIS of up to 7.0-stops, the AI-based subject detection AF for maintaining a focus on animals and birds, and high-speed AF to attain focus on a subject in as fast as 0.02 seconds. The X-T5 inherits X-T Series’ signature Center Viewfinder style and dial operation. A 1.84-million-dot three-way tilting LCD monitor is equipped, which makes the shooting in vertical position or at waist level*5 more comfortable. Other features that add comfort to users’ experiences include the ability to record 10-bit 4:2:2 video at 6.2K/30P, the viewfinder magnification of 0.8x, 3.69-million-dot EVF and dual SD-card slots, catering to a wide range of user needs. Fujifilm has taken the X Series into the fifth generation, introducing the X-H2S (in July this year) and the X-H2 (in September this year) featuring the new image sensor and the high-speed image processing engine. They are positioned as Fujifilm’s double-flagship models and marketed globally. By adding X-T5 which pursues high level of image quality and portability and is optimized for stills, the company continues to broaden the appeals of the X Series further. *1 X-Trans is a trademark or registered trademark of FUJIFILM Corporation. *2 Including battery and memory card. *3 When mounted with the FUJINON Lens XF35mmF1.4 R. *4 Mirrorless digital camera “FUJIFILM X-T4”. *5 A shooting style in which the camera is held at waist. 1. Product features (1) Carrying X Series’ fifth generation sensor “X-Trans™ CMOS 5 HR” to deliver superior image quality The X-T5 carries X Series’ fifth generation sensor, the back-illuminated 40.2MP “X-Trans™ CMOS 5 HR.” The use of an improved image processing algorithm delivers advanced image resolution without compromising the S/N ratio. The new sensor can take in more light efficiently thanks to its improved pixel structure, which means ISO125 is available as a standard sensitivity. Exposure time is controlled in high precision, allowing users to set the electronic shutter speed as fast as 1/180000 seconds. This means large-aperture lenses can be used wide open in a greater variety of conditions. The Smooth Skin Effect, which automatically smooths the skin tone, is also featured, reducing post-processing workload required in portrait photography, etc., so that images can be finished at a high degree of perfection much quicker than ever before. The X-T5 features Auto White Balance based on the Deep Learning technology. The AI technology accurately identifies warm light-bulb color cast to adjust white balance for improved accuracy. The X-T5 comes with 19 Film Simulation modes, including “Nostalgic Neg.,” characterized by high saturation and soft tonality. Users can use Film Simulation presets, designed for various subject types and scenes, as if they are choosing photographic films to suit the subject or situations. This camera features the Pixel Shift Multi-Shot function, which quadruples image resolution and produces accurate color reproduction. The IBIS mechanism is used to shift the image sensor at high precision to carry out automatic shooting of 20 frames in a single click of the shutter. The dedicated software “Pixel Shift Combiner” processes the captured frames to generate an image containing some 160 million pixels, ideal for commercial photography and digital archiving of cultural assets. The camera supports the HEIF format, which enables recording images with a rich 10-bit color depth despite being approximately 70% of the size of an equivalent JPEG file. It can store high-quality image data more efficiently. (2) High-performance AF to accurately attain focus on the subject The X-T5 can autofocus in as fast as 0.02 seconds, ensuring to capture a decisive photo opportunity. The subject-detection AF, developed with Deep Learning technology, is capable of detecting animals, birds, cars, motorcycles, airplanes and trains with AI technology. The system automatically tracks a subject while maintaining focus, so that users can concentrate on shutter opportunities and framing. The X-Trans™ CMOS 5 HR sensor has a greater number of phase detection pixels than the previous model, resulting in an improved ability to attain AF-S6 focus on a subject with high-frequency such as animal furs and fine leaves, enabling accurate focusing in landscape photography and portraiture. The use of an improved AF prediction algorithm offers stable focusing also in the AF-C mode7. *6 AF-S autofocuses on a subject when the shutter button is half-pressed, and keeps it locked once the focus is attained. *7 AF-C continuously maintains focus on a subject within the focus area while the shutter button is half-pressed. (3) Hardware and design that delivers operational comfort to provide powerful support to users’ content creation The X-T5 features a five-axis IBIS of up to 7.0-stops. Users can shoot hand-held even in low light conditions such as nightscape photography. The X-T5 features three dials on the top panel for controlling ISO, shutter speed and exposure compensation. Users can check and change camera settings even before turning it on, bringing operational comfort. The 1.84-million-dot three-way tilting LCD monitor is newly equipped allowing the shooting in vertical position or at the waist level, frequently used when shooting stills. The camera is equipped with a high-magnification 3.69-million-dot EVF with 0.8x magnification. The viewfinder provides stellar visibility thanks to the improved suppression of parallax and distortion, which typically occurs when an eye position becomes displaced while using the viewfinder. Lightening the parts of IBIS and EVF has resulted in a compact body that weighs just 557g. This is coupled with the camera’s weather-resistant structure and ability to operate at temperatures as low as -10℃ to allow users to take the X-T5 into any conditions with peace of mind. (4) Extensive video features including 6.2K/30P capability The X-T5 can record 10-bit 4:2:2 video at 6.2K/30P on an SD card inserted in the camera. It features the 4K HQ mode, which uses 6.2K over-sampling to produce high-quality 4K video. The dual memory card slots for SD cards is also featured to deliver video in superior image resolution. The X-T5 features F-Log2 for recording video in enriched tonality, adding freedom in post-production creativity. Combined with a compatible HDMI recording device, ATMOS NINJA V+8 or Blackmagic Design’s Video Assist 12G9, 12-bit RAW video output from X-T5 can be recorded as Apple ProRes RAW*10 or Blackmagic RAW at resolutions and frame rates of up to 6K and 30 frames per second. *8 An integrated monitor and recorder by ATOMOS. *9 An integrated monitor and recorder by Blackmagic Design. *10 Apple ProRes is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the United States and other countries. 2. Optional accessories Hand grip “MHG-XT5” (for X-T5) This grip substantially improves users’ ability to hand-hold the camera even when a large-aperture lens is mounted, thereby reducing motion blur. The hand grip does not have to be removed to change a battery or SD card. The base can be used as a plate compatible with the Arca-Swiss quick release system.
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