Fujifilm Australia
Fujifilm Australia
YouTube Video
  • Having had three decades of experience in the film industry working in the camera department, John Platt explains how he uses the Fujifilm X-T1 in his newly found role as a Unit Stills Photographer. When working as a camera operator on the recent feature film, Last Cab To Darwin starring Ningali Lawford and Michael Caton, Platt used the Fujifilm X-T1 to document the production journey and talente...

Fujifilm Australia
Fujifilm Australia
YouTube Video
  • Fujinon lenses are famous for their high quality build and their ability to produce clean, sharp images. Used in various industries, including broadcast, satellite and mobile technologies, these award-winning lenses lead the way for the highest of image quality. When it comes to choosing a Fujinon lens for your Fujifilm X-Series camera what one should you buy, and more importantly what photograph...

Fujifilm Australia
Fujifilm Australia
YouTube Video
  • What makes the Fujifilm XF50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR lens so good? Leigh Diprose of Fujifilm Australia explains some of the benefits of this much sort after lens. For the full article visit the Fujifilm Australia Digital Photograhy Blog: http://goo.gl/qY3IEO Fujifilm LMO explained by Warwick Williams, Fujifilm's National Digital Trainer: http://youtu.be/8Sf3KYwdc1I

Fujifilm Australia
Fujifilm Australia
YouTube Video
  • Fly Society is a new film directed by Tim Georgeson shot in New York about his experience shooting with the new X-100T camera. The film and stills series follows Joshua Jones aka "Clutch" and his friends who skate with the Uptown Longboard Society, the film follows them as they fly through the streets of the Bronx and Harlem. On this occasion the camera used was the Fujifilm X-E2 in manual focus...

Fujifilm Australia
Fujifilm Australia
YouTube Video
Fujifilm Australia
Fujifilm Australia
YouTube Video
Fujifilm Australia
Fujifilm Australia
YouTube Video
  • Having had three decades of experience in the film industry working in the camera department, John Platt explains how he uses the Fujifilm X-T1 in his newly found role as a Unit Stills Photographer. When working as a camera operator on the recent feature film, Last Cab To Darwin starring Ningali Lawford and Michael Caton, Platt used the Fujifilm X-T1 to document the production journey and talente...

Fujifilm Australia
Fujifilm Australia
YouTube Video
  • Fujinon lenses are famous for their high quality build and their ability to produce clean, sharp images. Used in various industries, including broadcast, satellite and mobile technologies, these award-winning lenses lead the way for the highest of image quality. When it comes to choosing a Fujinon lens for your Fujifilm X-Series camera what one should you buy, and more importantly what photograph...

Fujifilm Australia
Fujifilm Australia
YouTube Video
  • What makes the Fujifilm XF50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR lens so good? Leigh Diprose of Fujifilm Australia explains some of the benefits of this much sort after lens. For the full article visit the Fujifilm Australia Digital Photograhy Blog: http://goo.gl/qY3IEO Fujifilm LMO explained by Warwick Williams, Fujifilm's National Digital Trainer: http://youtu.be/8Sf3KYwdc1I

Fujifilm Australia
Fujifilm Australia
YouTube Video
  • Fly Society is a new film directed by Tim Georgeson shot in New York about his experience shooting with the new X-100T camera. The film and stills series follows Joshua Jones aka "Clutch" and his friends who skate with the Uptown Longboard Society, the film follows them as they fly through the streets of the Bronx and Harlem. On this occasion the camera used was the Fujifilm X-E2 in manual focus...

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