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Choose your sensor to find the film simulation recipes that are compatible with your Fujifilm camera:
Don’t know what sensor your camera has?
X-H2s, X-H2, X-T5
X100V, X-Pro3, X-T4, X-T3, X-T30, X-S10 & X-E4, X-T30 II
X-Pro2, X100F, X-E3, X-T2, X-T20 & X-H1
X100S, X100T, X-E2, X-E2S, X-T1, X-T10, X70, X20, X30, XQ1 & XQ2
X100, X-A1, X-A2, X-A3, X-A5, X-A7,
X-A10, XF10, X-T100 & X-T200
X-Pro1, X-E1 & X-M1
GFX-50S, GFX-50R, GFX100, GFX100S, GFX-50S II
How To Add Film Simulation Recipes To Your Camera
Have a Ricoh GR series camera? Check out Ritchie’s Ricoh Recipes!
Have a Nikon Z camera? Check out Nikon Z recipes (11 Here, 3 Here, 4 Here)!
Is there a way to use these film simulations for video as well?
We could edit the default simulations and adjust them to what we want, I guess?
I own an X-S10 and don’t think I can create custom movie simulations as I can with stills.
Yes! However, not all of the settings are available in video mode, such as Grain, Clarity, and the Color Chrome Effects. They won’t look the same as the stills, but it can still look good and save you time color grading.
For example, this video was captured on an X-T4 using the X-Trans III CineStill 800T recipe:
And this was also with the X-T4 but using the Kodak Portra 160 recipe:
Re your article on Moment (https://www.shopmoment.com/reviews/why-shooting-jpegs-is-so-popular-10-fujifilm-simulation-recipes): as AI becomes more prevalent, the “Photoshop is terrible” sentiment will only get stronger.
Probably a lot of truth to that….
Hey! I love all the sims y’all have made over the years. I was wondering if you’d have an interest in making one for Kodak Pro Image 100. Ive been shooting a lot of it lately, and would love a digital version to put in my x100V for when I don’t feel like film.
I will give it a try! Thanks for the suggestion!
I love your recipes and I’ve been trying them for some months now when I came across an issue on my XT20.
As I try to assign the WB shift on different custom settings for each recipe, I cannot. If I have custom setting 2 (C2) with Auto WB r:2 b:-5 that will be my shift for auto WB in every recipe 🙁
Is that a limit on the XT20 I have to deal with or is there a workaround I don’t know??
Only the X-Pro3 and newer models can the camera remember a White Balance Shift with each C1-C7 custom preset. These articles should help:
Hi! Do you have any general tips for converting IV recipes to V to get an approximate or ‘close enough’ result?
The biggest difference is blue rendering in some film sims:
There’s also some AWB considerations if the Recipe calls for AWB: