“Street” Review: The Cheap Fuji Full Frame Camera


This is a syndicated blog post from Giorgio Scalici. It and the images here are being used with permission.

Hey mates! Hope you are doing great!

Today I’m gonna talk you about a very very cheap full frame camera.

Yes, the title is a little bit provoking – did you start to think about some X100/XE/XT full frame reading it? – but it still says the truth.

And the truth is that you can have a full frame camera, with optical viewfinder and no shutter lag for about 7 Euro!

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Cheap Photo: Save up to 68% Off SanDisk 80MB/s + 95MB/s SD Cards

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Nikon D810 first impressions product images (7 of 8)ISO 4001-50 sec at f - 3.2

Yesterday’s incredibly enticing Fujifilm deals really got the week off to a good start, and today we have some more killer savings for you to enjoy. Starting with the fact that you can save up to 68% off on SanDisk 80MB/s & 43% off Sandisk 95MB/s SD cards. If you have not taken advantage of some of the other SD card deals we have posted over the last couple months, then this may be one you want to jump on!

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Cheap Photo: Big Fuji X-T1 Savings

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Fujifilm 35mm f2 WR vs Fujifilm 35mm f1.4 Comparison post images (1 of 5)ISO 4001-200 sec at f - 2.8

Welcome to the new Cheap Photo, the Phoblographer’s daily deal report keeping you up to date on all of the latest deals and savings you should know about. Today we have some great deals to highlight, but before I get into that, I wanted to remind you that you can always find some of the best deals that Amazon has to offer by checking out this page. It’s updated daily and can save you some major money.

Not everyone wants to dig for deals all day, though, which is why you have me. Now let’s get onto today’s highlight deals…

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The PocketWizard Plus IV Does TTL Transmission With Most Flashes

PlusIV three quarters 5x3.75

One trigger to rule them all: that seems to be the philosophy behind the new PocketWizard Plus IV transceivers. The reason: When mounted into a camera hot shoe, it promises to deliver TTL performance with most Canon, Nikon and Panasonic cameras and flashes–and the company is still testing the compatibility with both Fujifilm and Olympus gear. Additionally, it has an extra hot shoe that adds TTL pass through if the user wishes. No word on Sony capabilities though–and that’s sad considering there are so many Sony shooters who read this blog.

PocketWizard says that this isn’t a replacement for the Plus III though and instead it’s supposed to live beside it. The Plus IV features all the features otherwise such as zones: being a transmitter or receiver, radio extensions, etc. In fact, I still often use mine.

No word yet on pricing; but we can expect it to be available in January 2016. Considering we’re currently at Photo Plus Expo and I’m writing this post in the Javitz center, we’re going to try to get our hands on them for some play time.

This looks like a solution that Strobists will truly enjoy.

More photos are after the jump.

PlusIV TOP_5x3.75 PlusIV LEFT_5x3.75 PlusIV Keypad REAR_5x3.75

Fujifilm Introduces X-A1 Entry Level X-Mount Camera and 50-230mm X-Mount Lens

Fujifilm X-A1 with 16-50mm kit lens black

The previously rumored Fujifilm X-A1 entry-level X-mount camera is now official, and it looks just like in the leaked pictures: that is like the X-M1 with a slightly different styling. What  sets the X-A1 apart from the X-M1–and from all other X-mount cameras for that matter–is the lack of X-Trans color filter array on its sensor. Instead, Fuji opted for a conventional APS-C sized CMOS sensor with bayer pattern in the X-A1. The camera sports 16.1 megapixels resolution bundled with an EXR II image processor. ISO goes from 200-6,400, and the 3″ 920k dot rear display is tiltable, just like on the X-M1. Additional features include WiFi and Full-HD video recording.

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Cheap Photo: Save Up to $300 on a Fuji X-Camera + Lens Bundle at Adorama


Good news for fans of Fuji’s X-system–and especially for those who’ve been thinking about getting into the system. Adorama is starting a promo today that will save you up to $300 on select Fuji X-camera + lens combos. Purchase an X-Pro 1 or X-E1 camera via Adorama’s promo page and add any of the lenses in the list below to your shopping cart to benefit from the instant savings:



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 *Only one lens each may be added to a single camera purchase (ie. Customer may not purchase two (2) – 35mm lenses but may buy one (1) each of all lenses listed).

**The 18-55mm lens promotion can only be combined with a body only sale of the X-E1 or the X-Pro1.  It may not be combined with the X-E1 Hard Bundle Kit that already includes the 18-55mm lens.