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            Tuesday, February 26, 2019

            Travel Announcement: 2019 Film Photography Conference

            It's time again to hit the road (okay plane) and head south to San Clemente California for the 2019 Film Photography Paideia hosted by Philip and his team at The Darkroom. The last time I was there I got to hang out with my friends from Beers and Cameras and interview Grant Brittain. This time I get to see the same group of photographers, and we've added more. Check out the line-up here on The Darkroom's blog:

            https://thedarkroom.com/film-photography-paideia-2019/

            Pretty exciting right? If you don't already have tickets, then wait for a overview video. I think The Darkroom might even stream it live via Instagram. Check out my IG stories as well as others that will be attending.

            Tuesday, February 19, 2019

            Fujifilm X-T30 Vlogging Test in Chinatown


            Here's my vlogging test with the brand new Fujifilm X-T30. I've pretty much tried using every Fujifilm camera for vlogging, even the GFX 50S. Some work out pretty good (X-E3 is great), some not so good (like the GFX 50S). The new X-T30 is the best camera that Fujifilm currently makes for vlogging. Please enjoy the video to see for yourself. Thanks for visiting and happy shooting... and vlogging!


            Wednesday, February 13, 2019

            The Baby X-T3: The New Fujifilm X-T30

            Fujifilm has just announced the new X-T30, following the release of the successful and powerful X-T3. It has the same sensor+processor combination of the X-T3, but the similar body of the previous X-T20. If you were a fan of the X-T10 and X-T20, then you'll love the new X-T30. The biggest change you'll notice is the addition of the joystick but removal of the D-pad. Although Fujifilm insists that using the touch screen will compensate for the loss of the D-Pad, on the new X-T30, it might actually work out. The new LCD is more responsive and quicker. Even the touch+drag AF point selection while using the EVF on the X-T30 is very fast and accurate. Here is a quick list of the key features of the new X-T30:

            -26.1MP APS-C X-Trans BSI CMOS 4 Sensor
            -100% Phase Detection (2.16M-dot) with 425 AF points
            -Back-side illuminated sensor design with base ISO 160 and reduced rolling shutter
            -X-Processor 4 with Quad CPU (3 times faster than previous processor)
            -Blackout Free 30fps in ES (electronic shutter) with 1.25x crop (20fps in ES without crop, 8fps with mechanical shutter)
            -16 film simulations, including Eterna for cinematic look for both stills and video
            -Lowlight AF -3.0 EV, 240 simultaneous AF/AE calculations, 300% faster PDAF focusing between near and far subjects
            -383g light-weight retro-inspired design with top & bottom plate aluminum. Available in silver, black and ltd edition charcoal silver
            -Improved EVF with 100fps refresh and 800 cd/m2 (nits) brightness
            -Improved LCD touch screen with increased touch sensitivity and speed, especially in AF drag mode while using EVF
            -Real-time Face + Eye Detection, improved algorithm over X-T3
            -Addition of joystick lever instead of D-pad with increase usability of LCD screen
            -upgraded USB-C connection for downloading, charging, powering (with PD Battery Pack), and use with USB-C to 3.5mm adapter (not included) to use as headphone jack for video
            -DCI 4K 30fps (over sampled 6K) 200Mbps with 10 min limit
            -H.264 4:2:0 8bit internal or 4:2:2 10bit external
            -Full HD 30/60fps with 15 min limit
            -48KHz 24bit high bit-depth sound (Internal Pre-amp)
            -HD 120fps high speed video (with 1.29x crop) for cinematic BROLL
            -Time-coding, Zebra, Silent Movie Mode, F-Log, Tally Light

            Tuesday, February 5, 2019

            "The Analogue Photography Series: Film is Still Alive" 1 Year Later

            It's been 1 year since the release of my mini documentary on Telus StoryHive's Youtube channel and Telus' VOD service. It is part 1 of a 3 part series, for which I only had funding to complete episode 1. I'm still looking for funding to finish the project, so yes I'm trying to keep alive my documentary on keeping film alive. Please enjoy re-watching it and I'll keep everyone posted on how my search for funding is coming along. Thanks for everyone who participated in the project, many of them you'll see again soon on my YouTube channel.

            Thanks for visiting and happy shooting

            BHT

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