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600€ to fix my viewfinder :-( - Fujifilm X100 Discussions on Fuji X ...

600€ to fix my viewfinder :-( - Fujifilm X100 Discussions on Fuji X ... | Photography | Scoop.it
Last week I've sent my X100 (without warranty) to my local Fujifilm repair service to fix a failing viewfinder curtain and the diopter adjustment control, I had to pay 75€ to get a price quote. Today I've received that quote: 600€.
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The Death & Life Of The Fujifilm X100 | Derek Clark

The Death & Life Of The Fujifilm X100 | Derek Clark | Photography | Scoop.it


The release of firmware 2.0 for the X100 was a very welcome present from Fuji that a lot of people thought wouldn’t happen. They’ve replaced the X100 for the X100s, so why would they update an older model and give it a bit of what entices people to upgrade. Because they’re Fuji, that’s why. So on the morning v2.0 was released, I got ready for the upgrade by playing around with the focus so that I could compare the difference after upgrading. I got my Fuji branded 4gb card that I keep just for firmware updates and reformatted it in the camera. I put an original Fuji battery, fresh from a full overnight charge, into the camera. I then put the downloaded file on the SD card (checking that the file size matched the download page) and placed it into the camera. After the ritual was complete and I started the update. I placed the camera on the desk to avoid pressing anything and watched the progress bar on the LCD move from right to left. But just after about quarter of the way through, the LCD went dark. It had never done this before, but I left it for a few minutes incase it was a new way updates worked. Nothing, Nada, Wala. I picked my X100 up and lightly half pressed the shutter button, expecting to see the camera coming out of sleep mode. The write lamp on the back blinked red and I knew something was wrong. I turned it off and then back on, but the same thing, nothing but the blink of a light on half pressing the shutter. My X100 was dead. This was an ex-X100.....


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Fuji X100 Owners, get Firmware Version 2 for a speed boost ...

Fuji X100 Owners, get Firmware Version 2 for a speed boost ... | Photography | Scoop.it
Fuji X100 Owners, get Firmware Version 2 for a speed boost! DOWNLOAD THE NEW FIRMWARE HERE YES! Fuji did it again and proves at least that they are the best.
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Fuji X-E1 and my X100 hard at work | Simon Peckham

Fuji X-E1 and my X100 hard at work | Simon Peckham | Photography | Scoop.it

 

I have been rather busy over the last few days shooting Paddocks House. The second new boutique in the House collection chain. Having had the pleasure of shooting the fist hotel I was very pleased to be invited back to shoot the second hotel. The trusty Fuji X-E1 and the X100 combination worked a teat again. I use the 18-55 on the X-E1 for the wide shots and the X100 for the details and macro. Sometimes I will put the 35mm f/1.4 on the X-e1 if I need.. For me the details shots are undoubtedly my favourite for a shoot of this type. However this time round I have taken some time out and continued to push the boundaries of HDR abilities for my own work. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have had spending 2 days creating them.....


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Lovegrove Fuji X100 Gallery ~ NSFW | Lovegrove Photography

Lovegrove Fuji X100 Gallery ~ NSFW | Lovegrove Photography | Photography | Scoop.it
When the Fujifilm X100 was first shown at Photokina 2010 in Cologne it stole the show and the hearts of every top professional photographer there. Here is a collection of 100 photographs taken by Damien Lovegrove using ...
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Why Fuji's Newest X100 Firmware Update Is A Step In The Right ...

Why Fuji's Newest X100 Firmware Update Is A Step In The Right ... | Photography | Scoop.it
Fuji X100 owners would be glad to get some amazing new features and significant improvement on many other camera aspects. Mathew Maddock did a full analysis of the upgrade and provided a video showing the results ...
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