Fujifilm X-Trans IV Recipes

These film simulation recipes are for Fujifilm X-Trans IV sensor cameras. X-Trans IV can be divided into two categories: X-T3 & X-T30, and X100V, X-Pro3, X-T4, X-S10, X-E4 & X-T30 II. The X-T3 & X-T30 cameras don’t have all of the JPEG options that later X-Trans IV models have. All of the X-T3 & X-T30 (as well as X-Trans III) film simulation recipes are compatible with the X100V, X-Pro3, X-T4, X-S10, X-E4 & X-T30 II; however, Grain, Toning (for B&W), and Double-Exposure (for those recipes that call for it) are different, so you’ll have to decide for yourself which equivalent settings should be used on your camera.

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X-Trans IV Recipes for X100V, X-Pro3, X-T4, X-S10, X-E4 & X-T30 II:

X-Trans IV Recipes for X-T3 & X-T30:

Note: Kodak Tri-X 400, Kodak T-Max 400, and Verano Tostado recipes are compatible with all X-Trans III & IV cameras, just follow the directions explained in those recipes.

X-Trans III film simulation recipes are compatible with X-Trans IV cameras.

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  1. Jen03 · July 19

    Hi, it’s weird because it’s the first time i post something in a blog haha i’m used to comments on youtube, instagram, etc. But i HAD to thank you for your work, i can’t imagine how passionate and dedicated you have to be to host a website, spend hours tweaking simulations and share your work, and even though i haven’t started to test those simulations, a big THANK YOU is necessary.

    I own a XT4, and plan to use bracketing to shoot a raw + 3 other custom profiles (as i don’t know yet which ones i will like). My understanding is that the XT4 allows to only have 7 custom profiles loaded, so i’ll have to try the 7 before resetting them and add another 7 profiles, manually ? Well that’s some work, but still less than what you did !

    There are some creator’s work that i really like, and even though i know they use their own presets, I will try to find recipes that are close to them (but i think most of these just play with color grading)

    Here are some examples :

    Again, thanks a lot !

  2. Walter · July 29

    Hi Ritchie, I recently came across an old photo done by Mark Seliger, a celebrity photographer and the image had the full frame of the film he used so I could tell that It was RDP, which if I remember correctly was the very first version of Provia film . Which of your Provia recipes would come close to the first version of that RDP? I know they updated the film to RDP ll and RDP lll but I was wondering if you had that first version recipe.

  3. Michael · August 3

    Hey Ritchie,

    You listed the X-S20 as a X-Trans V camera, while I thought it uses the X-Trans IV: https://fujifilm-x.com/en-us/products/cameras/x-s20/specifications/

    Which recipes should I be using for the X-S20?

    Best regards from germany,

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