Monday, July 30, 2012

Fujifilm X-Pro1 Diopters Coming Soon

Fujifilm introduces Diopter Correction Lenses as an accessory for the X-Pro1

Photographers have found it difficult to find the diopter rings for the X-Pro1.  In a month or so we should see them arriving at stores.  This will be a welcome addition to the camera to assist photographers.

In addition if you happen to lose the ring filter that comes with the camera - we do have those IN STOCK at our camera parts department.  The part # FZ09210-100 (unit ring finder) is a clear glass optic.  You can call Fujifilm directly for the camera parts dept to order it - or go through your local dealer for them.   For Fujifilm Edison Parts dial 800-659-3854 then option 1 then press 3.  $21.87 plus shipping and tax.

July 27, 2012

Fujifilm has announced that it will introduce Diopter Correction Lenses as an accessory for the X-Pro1.
(from the Fujifilm Austrailia release)
Fujifilm is developing its own brand of Diopter Correction Lenses to accommodate near and far sighted customers who use the X-Pro 1 camera.
The Fujifilm Diopter Correction Lenses will enable these customers to view and enjoy the X-Pro1 Hybrid Multi Viewfinder more effectively.
Manufactured in Japan, Fujifilm’s specially designed 19mm Diopter Correction Lenses are packaged individually in the following six strengths:  +3, +2, +1, -1, -2, -3.
Lens strength is expressed as diopters whereby the higher the diopter, the stronger the lens. The plus (+) or minus (-) sign before the diopter strength indicates the type of lens.
Fujifilm Senior Category Manager - Imaging, Daniel Paul, said the new Diopter Correction Lenses will be a handy and practical accessory for those X-Pro1 customers with prescription glasses.
“The Diopter Correction Lenses will help to improve focus when capturing photos using the Fujifilm X-Pro1,” Mr Paul said.
They are expected to be available in August 2012.
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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for such interesting information. I'm gonna use it!


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