Fujifilm X-Trans II Recipes

These film simulation recipes are intended for Fujifilm X-Trans II cameras, such as the X100S, X100T, X-E2, X-E2S, X-T1, X-T10, X70, X20, X30, XQ1, and XQ2. Not all of these recipes are compatible with every X-Trans II camera, because some of the older X-Trans II models don’t have all of the film simulations that later ones have. Some of these recipes will work on X-Trans I and Bayer cameras with slightly different results. Feel free to try X-Trans I and Bayer recipes on your X-Trans II camera, although results will be slightly different.

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  1. Ivan · January 20

    For some reason my X-T1 does not have color settings such as adjusting red or blue as suggested in this post. Currently running latest firmware.

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  2. Keir Dullea · January 27

    I have the same problem. When I enter the menu to adjust the custom settings and I reach white balance, I can only choose between Auto and so on, but I cannot adjust the blue or the red specifically.

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  3. Truong Hoang · March 25

    So love these recipes, would you do some handbook or pocket book that have some recipes for certain fuju camera? I would love to buy and support if you consider to make some!

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    • Ritchie Roesch · March 28

      I appreciate the encouragement, suggestion and support! Maybe someday I will publish some books, that would be great!

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  4. Lars · April 26

    Hi Richie, many people seem to love the X-trans II sensor because of the filmic and slightly warmer look. I think about buying a x100t. The x100v is too expensive for me. What do you think about this camera? Currently I shoot with a 6D mark ii and an xf10. Will it be very different from the xf10 as far as Image quality is concerned? Regards Lars

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    • Ritchie Roesch · April 27

      The X100T will be similar to the XF10. The X100T is a higher-end model than the XF10, but also older. I think image quality will be pretty similar, but not identical. If you like the XF10, I imagine that you’ll equally like the X100T, and perhaps enjoy it a little more than the XF10. I hope this is helpful.

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  5. Lars · April 28

    Yes, it helped a lot. Thanks Ritchie 👍🏻

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  6. Hongjung PARK · July 30

    I have X20. thank you for posting old cameras

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  7. Marek · August 10

    Hi Ritchie. I absolutely love your work with these recipes. Just recently stumbled across your site and when I saw your images I couldnt resist – I had to try them:) So I dusted my trusty X-E2S and started shooting. I cant remember the last time i had so much fun trying different simulations for different scenarios and the results – they are all amazing. You brought the joy of photography to my life again and for that I am grateful 🙂 Maybe one question: Are you planning to create a Portra 400 recipe for Trans II sensor?? That one brings so many memories. I have tried to recreate it myself, but the settings still elude me. Thank you for all your work and I am so excited to see new recipes.

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    • Ritchie Roesch · August 10

      Thank you! I hope to make an X-Trans II Portra 400. I tried once unsuccessfully, but I won’t give up. I appreciate your kind words!


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