New Video: Fuji Film Simulation – Fujicolor Superia 100

I published a new video on the Fuji X Weekly YouTube Channel! This one showcases my Fujicolor Superia 100 film simulation on my Fujifilm X100V while at a local amusement park. I think it turned out pretty well, and it’s worth your time to watch. My wife, Amanda, shot all the footage and did all of the editing. I captured all of the photographs and did the narration. Check it out! Let me know what you think of it.


  1. Mathieu Kirouac · June 28, 2020

    Hi Ritchie! I don’t know if it’s a mistake but the post says Superia 1600 (although I would love to have this receipe 🙂

    • Ritchie Roesch · June 28, 2020

      Thanks! That’s what I get for doing two things at once. The new film simulation recipe should be published later tonight!

  2. Vaughn Edge · November 3, 2020

    Nice stuff Richie… I’m a new Tx4 owner a relatively new to the photography world… love these sims. Any idea how I can best replicate these as a video simulation….as u don’t have chrome effect etc in video so I can’t seem to replicate the formula word for word. One I really would like and want is Kodachrome 64
    Many thanks

    • Ritchie Roesch · November 4, 2020

      I really wish that Fujifilm would allow all of the JPEG options to be applied to video. The best you can do is use the options you do have, and set the recipe as best as you can. But it won’t be exactly the same. Hopefully Fujifilm will change this at some point, I don’t think they quite realize the potential.

      • Vaughn Edge · November 4, 2020

        Thanks Richie, My last camera was a cannon EOSM which i bought about 9-10 years ago, but have never been interested in video/photo Etc. But since i bought this TX4 ive discovered this whole new world which just learning all this new stuff is fun. Thanks for reply

      • Ritchie Roesch · November 5, 2020

        I appreciate the message! Fujifilm cameras are so much fun!

  3. HxM · January 27, 2021

    Hi Ritchie. What setting will you use if using classic chrome on xt3?

    • Ritchie Roesch · January 27, 2021

      You can try it with Classic Chrome, but it will look significantly different. You really need Classic Negative to get the look right.

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