X-Pro2

Fujifilm X-Pro2 & Adobe Lightroom: ein fast perfektes Paar

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Bildschirmfoto 2016-02-04 um 16.35.40Das gilt zumindest dann, wenn es um Fuji-Farben geht, denn Adobe hat die Genauigkeit der Fujifilm Filmsimulation in Lightroom für die X-Pro2 (und nachfolgende Modelle mit X-Processor Pro wie die X-T2, X-T20, X100F und GFX 50S) sichtbar verbessert: Farben und Gradation von Provia, Astia, Velvia, Classic Chrome, Pro Neg. Hi/Std, Monochrome und Acros stimmen nun fast perfekt mit ihren JPEG-Pendants direkt aus der Kamera überein.

Dies ist eine deutliche Verbesserung gegenüber den Profilen für ältere Kameras mit EXR II-Prozessor, bei denen insbesondere dunkle Schattenpartien abgesoffen sind.

Überzeugen Sie sich selbst! Ich habe dazu ein privates Flickr-Album vorbereitet: https://www.flickr.com/gp/ricopfirstinger/6y60X7

Das Album zeigt SOOC JPEGs and ihre Lightroom-Entsprechungen für alle 15 Filmsimulationen in der X-Pro2. Sie können die Ergebnisse also direkt vergleichen.

Wenn Sie mehr über das Aufnahmen und Bearbeiten von RAW-Dateien erfahren möchten, empfehle ich Ihnen unsere Fuji X Secrets RAW-Wochenendworkshops in Nürnberg/Schwabach.

Fujifilm X-Pro2 & Adobe Lightroom: an almost perfect match

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Bildschirmfoto 2016-02-04 um 16.35.40Adobe has improved the accuracy Fuji’s film simulations for the new X-Pro2 (available in the camera calibration box): Colors and gradation of Provia, Astia, Velvia, Classic Chrome, Pro Neg. Hi/Std, Monochrome and Acros are now an almost perfect match.

This is quite a departure from previous versions and supported cameras with the older EXR II engine, where shadow tones used to block out. The improvement applies to all newer camera models with an X-Processor Pro engine, such as X-Pro2, X-T2, X-T20, X100F and GFX 50S.

But see for yourself! I have prepared a private album for your viewing please here in Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/gp/ricopfirstinger/6y60X7

The album features SOOC JPEGs and their Lightroom equivalents of all 15 film simulations that are available in the X-Pro2. You can click trough the album and see direct comparisons of both versions.

Want to know more about shooting and processing RAW files with the Fuji X series? Have a look at our Fuji X Secrets RAW weekend workshop in Nuremberg/Schwabach. Click here for a current lists of workshop dates.

First Look Review: Fujifilm X-Pro2

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by Rico Pfirstinger

First Look Review: The retro-styled X-Pro2 kicks off Fujifilm’s next generation of enthusiast X-series cameras, based on a state-of-the-art 24.3 MP X-Trans sensor and a much more powerful processor. At first, everything seems strikingly familiar, but a closer look reveals that quite a lot has changed.

 

A Fujifilm X-Pro2 after a few days of light use

Update: My book on the new Fujifilm X-Pro2 will be available this summer from rocky nook (eBook and print edition). You can now pre-register with this link, so my publisher can send you an email as soon as there’s an update about when and how to (pre-)order your personal copy at a discount of 40%.

Four years after the introduction of the X-Pro1, Fujifilm is finally ready to open a new chapter in their book of mirrorless cameras. At first glance, the X-Pro2 looks just like its predecessor. However, it’s a different story on the inside (click here for full camera specs and here for more than 150 straight-out-of-camera and Lightroom RAW conversion sample images).

X-Pro2 with XF35mmF1.4 R

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