17 Nov Fujifilm EF-X500 Shoe Mount Flash Review – Part One
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Boxing is typical Fujifilm X Series fashion, big black elegant boxes, white letters and graphics
The brand new Fujifilm EF-X500 flashgun arrived yesterday straight from Fujifilm Portugal – actually I received a pair of these units. This is the first part of a detailed review that I started straight away, after all Fujifilm was missing a proper, professional grade flash system and the EF-X500 promises to deliver. The guide number is 50m at 100 ISO @ 105mm.
The first part of this review will focus on the design and perceived quality, first impressions to put it simply and I have to say that straight out of the box the EF-X500 is impressive. Build quality is second to none, Canon and Nikon are clearly overshadowed: touch, materials, dials and buttons are top notch, but flaps and hinges are a step further and there is no sense of fragility whatsoever. These units seem to be build to last forever. They are made in China, not in Japan, but that doesn’t seem to make any difference regarding build quality.
Control buttons are backlit – the LCD in standard flash mode provides plenty of information, well laid out and easy to read, backlit in green
Enjoy the first set of pictures, part two will cover essential features and functions of the EF-X500, soon.
Finishing resembles X-Series cameras, leather like material, good standard and incredible looks for a flash
Good quality soft case included – it holds the EF-X500, mini-stand and diffuser
To attach the diffuser you….
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