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ATT: Fujifilm Photographers...

X-Pro1, X-T1, X-T10, X-E2, X-E1, X-M1, X-A2, X-A1, XF50-140mm will have a brand new firmware update! (Scheduled for release on 29 October 2015).

In preparation for the free firmware update here's a guide to show you how to update your camera or lens.

Remember to share this article to everyone you know who owns one the cameras mentioned above.

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Fujifilm regularly improve the features of X-Series cameras via firmware updates. Installing the latest firmware update on your X-Series camera and lens is recommended as in most cases it will unlock new features, ensuring you're getting the best photographic experience possible.
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I'm listening and so is the rest of the team at +FUJIFILM Australia 
Did you know you're not alone? Isn't it nice to be heard and understood as a photographer? When it comes to X-Series equipment Fujifilm as a company believe in quality, performance, design and user experience. It's this believe that make the X-Series mirrorless system more appealing to a growing number of photographers. One thing that separates Fujifilm from the majority of others is that we love to listen to you. After all, you're the photograph...
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Xpro2: Same APS-C Sensor, all of the XT1 features.
Xpro690 (?): Medium format in a Fuji 690 II body. Keeps the same lens system as the Fuji 690 and fixed/mount. Doesn't need to be 80 mega pickles or what ever. It's the sensor size I want. 20-30mpx is fine. Use the new type MF sensors that work above ISO 200 (like actual usable ranges, 800-1600, 3200(?) Or maybe develop the Xtrans sensor into a new beast in MF size. Price the body at 8000-12,000? And you've got a winner and I'd be saving to buy.
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Dear Fujifilm,
I’m in love with the X-T1 and the upcoming firmware update set for release
this month.
Love,
Anonymous ;)
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What happens when it goes wrong ? If this camera has a known manufacturing fault, will FujiFilm fix it or will they refuse to honour the guarantee as with th XF1 ? 
http://davidhembrow.blogspot.nl/2015/06/fujifilm-xf-1-camera-review.html
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“While I see my cameras as the tools of my trade, there is something about the Fuji that makes me want to use it. Not only are they light in weight, but the quality that they can deliver is
superb.”

John Miskelly from Fuji Love shares why he chooses to include #Fujifilm in his travel kit: http://hubs.ly/y0QPNp0
Travelling with the Fuji XT-1system for both landscape and people photography by John Miskelly.
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Question: What Fujifilm body and lens combination would YOU personally recommend to a novice photographer? Where should those new to the Fujifilm system start?

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I like my x100s :-)
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How's your back?

I hope you enjoy my latest article for +FUJIFILM Australia 

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History has shown us when a company releases something revolutionary the world changes, and that's exactly what happened when Fujifilm released the X100 back in 2012 to the photography world. What we've seen since then is a change for what we think is the better - a lighter, smaller camera system that still offers high quality photographs. The main advantage I see when I'm out in the field is that photographers like myself can roam freely with...
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Announcing the Fujifilm Australia X Series Cash Back

Fellow photographers and prospective Fuji fans: Starting TODAY, we will be promoting our Cash Back programme for all X-T1 and X-T10 camera models AND a select number of Fujinon XF lenses from now until 3 January 2016.

Follow this link for more information and online registration. +1, share and tag a friend to spread the word!

https://fujifilm.cashback.com.au/cashreward

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3 Things To Think About Before You Press The Shutter Button

When you step outside to chase the light, or you find yourself looking through the viewfinder in a studio there's three things we recommend you think about before you press the shutter button. 

Composition being the first is key to a great photo. For those who don't know, composition is essentially the aesthetic alignment of objects that will create your final image and it's this technique that will draw in the viewer to your photograph. A common phrase used in photography when talking about composition is the Rule of Thirds. A good or great composition will align main objects / subjects in your photograph to imaginary horizontal and vertical third lines within the frame. Composition does come naturally for some, however it's something that can also be taught if you don't have the natural ability to see what will work...

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When you step outside to chase the light, or you find yourself looking through the viewfinder in a studio there's three things we recommend you think about before you press the shutter button. Composition being the first is key to a great photo. For those who don't know, composition is essentially the aesthetic alignment of objects that will create your final image and it's this technique that will draw in the viewer to your photograph. A commo...
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In this article you'll find some general tips on how to avoid camera shake that don't involve using a tripod. 

What do you do to avoid camera shake?

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When you find yourself in a scenario with no tripod and not much light around, Murphy's Law says that you're bound to come across a moment that you'll want to photograph. In this case it makes sense to know how to photograph in low light situations and one of the things that can make a big difference in the resulting photo comes down to the way you hold the camera.
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“Take me back to the good times…”

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“How can a camera make you fall in love?”

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How can a camera make you fall in love? Well its actually quite simple, as soon as you come across the X100T many photographers find themselves hooked. Mutter this model number and it's likely you'll see a bunch of Fujifilm fans congregate.
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Photographers, here’s an interesting blog by F Stop Lounge on the confounding issue of preference: Colour vs. Black and white

Question: Which do YOU prefer to shoot in: B&W or colour?
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For digital, I be using colour & decide through photoshop if I want convert to B/W.
I would not be using a monochrome digital camera.
But if I had a choice to bring B/W film or colour film, depending on the subjects, I would be going for B/W film in most cases, in certain particular cases photographing colourful subjects I would be going for colour slide film.
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FUJIFILM Australia is a leading force in the distribution of imaging equipment and services to the photographic, medical and graphic systems markets.

FUJIFILM constantly strives to develop superior technologies and to continue to cultivate an imaging and information culture. As a global company, we aim to make innovative use of the most advanced technologies to provide the imaging and information solutions that will best meet the increasingly sophisticated needs of our clients.

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Photo Printing Mini-Lab Hardware, Digital Cameras, Photo / Photo-Gift Ordering Software - Kiosk @ retail or Online and Digital Signage through Fujivision.