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FujiFilm Cameras

Posted: 06.07.2023 19:08
by jorsillo
Hello there

Is there any chance you might add support for FujiFilm cameras, specifically the GFX series?

Re: FujiFilm Cameras

Posted: 06.07.2023 20:20
by Catherine
Hello, there are no such plans for the near future, but we'll update the list of most requested cameras that we will use when it comes the time to decide what's next. Which specific camera model do you have in mind?

Re: FujiFilm Cameras

Posted: 06.07.2023 23:04
by eachfound
yes just want support the FUJIFILM GFX 100s

and Sony A7R4

many thanks

Re: FujiFilm Cameras

Posted: 07.07.2023 14:16
by Catherine
We do support A7R4. Although for some users it didn't work, others reported success. So it is at least worth a try. Make sure that "PC Remote" option is turned on in the camera settings.

Re: FujiFilm Cameras

Posted: 14.07.2023 16:58
by jorsillo
FUJIFILM GFX 100s or GFX 100, either would be a great addition.

Re: FujiFilm Cameras

Posted: 21.08.2023 15:45
by jorsillo
Just to further this discussion, it seems Fuji have an SDK available for camera control software.

https://fujifilm-x.com/global/special/c ... ntrol-sdk/

I know of one other software product that can remotely control the Fuji cameras, but I much prefer the Helicon interface.

Thanks again for your efforts!

Re: FujiFilm Cameras

Posted: 21.08.2023 16:54
by Catherine
That's interesting, thanks for the information! We wouldn't be using this SDK in Helicon Remote, but the fact it exists is a positive sign.

Re: FujiFilm Cameras

Posted: 17.11.2023 00:11
by AlexPC
Today, the most popular cameras in the subject photo industry are Fujifilm, since the x-trans matrix does not have an anti-moire filter. The image is sharper than on Canon or Nikon. You lose of customers.

Re: FujiFilm Cameras

Posted: 29.05.2024 15:33
by jorsillo
Any update on Fuji GFX support?

Re: FujiFilm Cameras

Posted: 29.05.2024 21:09
by Catherine
Sorry, not in the near future.