Friday, August 09, 2013

New Fujifilm Accessories

There are some new camera accessories from Fujifilm I thought are worth mentioning.  This is an informational post.  Use as you like.

Hope you find one you enjoy and kick up that X series fun!

The MIC-ST1 Stereo Microphone from Fujifilm mounts to your camera's hot shoe and provides unidirectional stereo audio recording for HD video on select Fujifilm cameras. The microphone has a locking screw that secures it in place on the shoe, and a foam windscreen to minimize environmental noise. It is supplied with a 2.5mm audio connection and also comes with adapters for a 3.5mm jack and for a USB Multi-connector. Its compact form is unobtrusive when shooting and convenient to store and transport.

The MIC-ST1 is compatible with:
Fujifilm X-E1
Fujifilm X100S
Fujifilm X20
Fujifilm X-S1
Fujifilm FinePix HS50EXR

Remote Release RR-90  - NEW


Remote Release RR-80A

FinePix HS50EXR / HS30EXR / HS33EXR / HS25EXR / HS28EXR / HS20EXR / HS22EXR / S205EXR / S200EXR / S100FS

Remote Release RR-80

FinePix HS30EXR / HS33EXR / HS25EXR / HS28EXR / HS20EXR / HS22EXR / S205EXR / S200EXR / S100FS

X10 or X20 premium leather case is still a “must have”.  
Note:  The X20 camera, due to identical body construction, can also use this camera case.

When a slow shutter photo opportunity or a one-handed picture demands a steady camera, the X-M1 hand grip adds confident support. This accessory is highly recommended when using a zoom or other long lens options.

  This exclusive camera case is made of premium, genuine leather that molds to your grip and has an elegant design that integrates perfectly with the compact and lightweight FUJIFILM X-M1 camera body.  The flap on the bottom of the case allows users to take the memory card and battery in and out of the camera body without having to remove the case.

New Rugged Float Strap that ensures floatabilty for most underwater digital cameras.

I am an employee of FUJIFILM North America Corporation.
The statements, comments and opinions expressed here represent my own, personal views and are not endorsed by, or affiliated in any way with, FUJIFILM North America Corporation or its affiliates. 

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