Fujifilm Bayer Recipes

These film simulation recipes are intended for Fujifilm Bayer sensor cameras, such as the X-A1, X-A2, X-A3, X-A5, X-A7, X-A10, XF10, X-T100, X-T200, and X100. Not all of those models, particularly the older ones, have all of the film simulations that newer ones do, so some of these recipes are not compatible with every Fujifilm Bayer camera. Feel free to try X-Trans I and X-Trans II recipes on your camera, but the results will be slightly different, and not all of those recipes are compatible with every Bayer camera. Some of these recipes will work on the X-Trans I and X-Trans II models, but with slightly different results.

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14 comments

  1. Howard · December 17

    Hi, great work, I love all the recipes. But Im having some problems right here. Just wanna ask can Fuji XA-7 can save the recipes? I couldn’t see the save custom setting selection there.

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    • Ritchie Roesch · December 17

      The X-A7, and all the other Bayer cameras, don’t have the ability to save custom settings, unfortunately. I wish you could!

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  2. Paul · March 3

    Perhaps a dumb question but I noticed that my x100 original doesn’t have number settings but instead “mid, mid-high, mid-low”…do these correspond similarly to the number format?

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    • Ritchie Roesch · March 3

      Not a dumb question at all. Low = -2, Mid-Low = -1, Mid = 0, Mid-High = +1 and High = +2. Fujifilm made a couple variations of this on different models before settling on just using the plus and minus with a number.

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  3. Tablo · May 14

    Hi, I’m curious is it okay to use film simulation from other sensor to your bayer camera (although I aware the result wouldn’t be the same)?

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    • Ritchie Roesch · May 14

      Oh, absolutely! The closest to being the “same” is X-Trans I, but also try X-Trans II recipes.

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  4. Chris · June 22

    Hi, I’m very late to the party, just got the original x!00 and looking at the recipes I can add. Can the original x100 specify for example with Classic Chrome +3 Red -4 Blue with regards to white balance or do we just leave it on Auto? Thanks.

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  5. SAPTARATHI · July 13

    I can’t save recipes on my Fujifilm xt100 how can I save

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  6. Harrison · July 18

    Hey! Thank you so much for posting these recipes! My Fiancé and I just recently got an X-T200 and loved the Classic Chrome on you did! Do you have any recommendations on making the application of these filters and the workflow of it easier?
    I found out that the camera does NOT work with Fuji X Raw Studio, which means true editing of these from camera is annoying. Do you think Capture one would work? I had two ideas. First one is shooting in film bracketing mode constantly, Provia, Velvia, & Classic Chrome. However, that means we have to edit each image in camera individually.
    Second idea is shooting Fine + RAW in Provia then editing. Any tips? It’s also hard because our camera cannot save the custom settings 😦

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    • Ritchie Roesch · July 18

      My best advice is to shoot with one recipe at a time. Use the Fuji X Weekly App or write down the other recipes that you might want to use (try X-Trans I recipes, too; X-Trans II will look different, but consider trying them anyway), that way you have easy access when you do want to switch. Shoot RAW+JPEG so that you can reprocess in-camera if you need to. Or, use a program like Capture One, although recipes don’t fully translate into that (or any) software. I hope that this helps.

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      • Harrison · July 19

        Hey Ritchie! I actually tried to sit and mess with the RAWs within the camera and you are right! I will just shoot with the desired recipe (Most likely your Classic Chrome) and then I can edit the RAWs in camera. It looks like I can reprocess the RAWs as many times as I want! I was glad to see this happen as a new JPG came out every time I processed the RAW with just a film simulation.
        Capture One Express does not have any simulations, we will pass on paying as we are not too into it (yet?).

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      • Ritchie Roesch · July 20

        Glad you found a process that works for you!

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