Now that Fujifilm has elevated the top two camera models to the next level, the X-T2 and X PRO2, both sporting 24.3 mega pixel X-Trans III sensors, it’s time to update the User’s Guide! The first eBook sold over a 1,000 copies and I am excited about all the upates and new information that will be going into this new book. The primary goal for the Volume II is to offer real world information on how to get the most out of these new cameras and all the new lenses released since the first volume was released. I hope to have the new book out by mid to late January, allowing time for any new releases at the beginning of this coming year! Below is a early sketch of the Contents and I am open to suggestions fo additiona things “you” woud like to see covered!
New Fujifilm X System User’s Manual
Chapter One: My Brief History with the Fujifilm X-System
Includes an explanation of X-Photographers Program
Chapter Two: Choosing the right Fujifilm X-System Body
or more than one!
Chapter Three: Five Advantages of the X-System
and how to make the most of them.
Chapter Four: How to Set Up Your Menus
*Full explanation of choices.
Chapter Five: Updated information on High ISO
Chapter Six: The Fujifilm –System Lens Family.
A full description and real world examples from all lenses.
Chapter Seven: Film Simulation in 2017 and how to choose the best for each individual situation.
Chapter Eight: The Quick Menu, My Menu,
and the Custom Function Buttons
Chapter Nine: Close-Up Photography with the X-System
Chapter Ten: The Vastly Improved Autofocus System
and how to use it.
Chapter Eleven: Building a system for Nature, Travel, Landscape, Wildlife, Wedding Portraiture and many other areas of photography. Customizing your body and lots of recommended accessories.
Lots of new images and illustrations!!!!!
Suggestions can be made in the Comments Section below or email to me at: billfortney@ eathlink.net or firstname.lastname@example.org
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