If the Fujifilm GFX 50S II is Real, We Want to See This

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The reports abound of the Fujifilm GFX 50S II. Is it real? Are we getting another 50MP Medium format camera? Of anything I’ve heard, this seems to be the most unlikely. But I’m not going to completely rule out the idea here. Of any of Fujifilm’s medium format cameras, the Fujifilm GFX 50S was the most unappealing. Overall though, it wasn’t a bad camera. So how can Fujifilm make this one stand out from the pack? Well, if it’s real, we’d like to see the following.

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Future Update to Capture One May Give Silkypix the Slow Painful Death it So Richly Deserves

CaptureOne users rejoice! According to Phase One Crew member Lionel12 on the PhaseOne/Mamiya Leaf forum, X-Trans support is on the way:

Let me be a bit on lim here, all you Fuji lowers – look for next Capture One release – real soon now.

Now if you translate that into decent English, this means that soon you will be able to process the X-Trans files quickly in one of the world’s most revered image editing and database software programs available. While Lightroom has been supporting the files for a while, CaptureOne has managed to beat Aperture to the growing Fuji party. The best part about all of this? Fuji’s amazingly terrible Silkypix software really has no excuse to keep existing. Now all we need is for Fuji to copy Leica a bit more and start including decent professional software with their cameras. It is a great time to be a Fuji lower.

We’re currently working on the Fujifilm X-E1 review, so stay tuned for that!

(via MirrorlessRumors.com)