Fujifilm GFX-50S + Kodak Vision3 250D

In the video above I photographed the Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve using a Fujifilm GFX-50S programmed with the Kodak Vision3 250D film simulation recipe. Take a look!

Sometimes film simulation recipes can be used with sensors that they weren’t intended for, but the results can still be good. For example, X-Trans I & II recipes can be used with Bayer sensor cameras, like the X-T200; while the results won’t be identical, you might appreciate the aesthetic anyway. I’ve used Bayer recipes an my X-T1, which is X-Trans II, with good results. The recipe that I used in the video is intended for the X-T3 and X-T30 cameras, but it worked well on the GFX-50S.

6 comments

  1. Jonathan R. Molina · 26 Days Ago

    Hi Ritchie, When are you planning to downgrade your app so I can install it on my Android 8 phone. Is that in the works? I’m very interested in the paid version of the app. Thanks.

    Jon Molina

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    • Ritchie Roesch · 26 Days Ago

      There’s some security concerns with Android 8 that have to be resolved, but it looks like it might happen. I’m not exactly sure when.

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  2. Khürt Williams · 15 Days Ago

    Ritchie, how did I miss that you created a Kodak Vision 3 250D film simulation recipe? I just started shooting Kodak Vision3 250D 35mm film in my Minolta XD-11. I purchased the film from the Film Photography Project.

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  3. gaspertim · 12 Days Ago

    Thank you sir. I live just a few miles from this preserve. Can this simulation be loaded into the Fuji XT 1 and so, is it the same process as with the GFX50s? I would like to view the results with the actual film i have. Thank you again and keep shooting. You’re right in my area.

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    • Ritchie Roesch · 12 Days Ago

      It’s the same process, but this particular recipe is not compatible with the X-T1, unfortunately. I appreciate your kind words!

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