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  • Just Announced: Fujifilm X-H1


    Announced today is the Fujifilm X-H1.

    This camera brings you the best of the existing Fujifilm features and blends them with exciting enhancements that filmmakers are going to love. This is the first ever X Series camera with 5-axis in-body image stabilization, as well a flicker reduction mode. These elements will be very beneficial for filmmakers and sports photographers.


    Features include:

    – 24.3 megapixel APS-C sized X-Trans CMOS III sensor
    – Robust Weather-Resistant Body
    – Camera operability in temperatures down to -10°C/-14°F
    – High-Magnification Electronic Viewfinder
    – 3-direction tilt 3-inch LCD
    – 1.28”sub-LCD on the top of the camera
    – Larger grip
    – Leaf-Spring Shutter-Release Button
    – Near silent shutter sound
    – AF-ON Button
    – New Focus Level
    – 25% thicker magnesium alloy than  X Series models




    Features for the Filmmaker

    Along with the 5-axis in-body image stabilisation, the X-H1 is the first camera in the X Series to include ETERNA, a new film simulation ideal for shooting movies. This mode simulates cinematic film, creating understated colors and rich shadow tones, greatly enhancing creative freedom during post-processing.

    The camera’s video image quality has been improved to include the 1080/120P high-speed video mode (1/2, 1/4 and 1/5 speed slow motion) for recording spectacular slow-motion footage.

    – F-log SD card recording which aids smooth workflow
    – DCI 4K shooting mode (4096×2160)
    – 400% dynamic range setting (approximately 12 stops)
    – 200 Mbps high bit rate recording
    – High-sound quality internal microphone (24 bit/48 kHz) and verbal time codes

    Pre-Order your new Fujifilm X-H1 (Body Only) or Fujifilm X-H1 with Vertical Grip, they start shipping March 1, 2018


    Wide Eyecup EC-XH W

    X-H1 Vertical Power Booster Grip

    Cinema Lenses

    Expected to join the X Series lens lineup in Spring/Summer 2018, the X Mount FUJINON MKX18-55mmT2.9 and MKX50-135mmT2.9 lenses deliver high optical performance and comfortable operability for professional video shooting.

    The MKX18-55mm and MKX50-135mm are the first fully manual cinema lenses to be compatible with the X Series interchangeable lens camera lineup. In the 35mm format equivalent, MKX18-55mm covers a focal distance from 27mm to 84mm and MKX50-135mm covers a focal distance from 76mm to 206mm.

    Combined with X Series’ unique color reproduction technology, MKX lenses further enhance the range for professional video shooting.

    MKX18-55mmT2.9 Lens


    MKX50-135mmT2.9 Lens



  • Just Announced: Panasonic Lumix GH5s

    Newly announced is the Panasonic Lumix GH5s!

    This new camera from Panasonic is packed with features that will you love as a still photographer, but may make the filmmaker in you drool, just a bit. Check out the highlights:

    The Lumix GH5s is a Mirrorless camera with a 10.2 Megapixel High Sensitivity sensor, this new sensor gives you dual native ISO’s, 400 and 2500 with a range from 160 – 51,200, extendable to 80 – 204,800. That means better results in low light.

    Other Key features include:
    • Unlimited in-camera recording of C4K: 60p50p 8-bit, 30p25p/24p 4:2:2 10-bit, 4K: 60p50p 4:2:0 8-bit, 30p/25p/24p 4:2:2 10-bit. 1080p up to 240fps and C4K 60p VFR.

    • 4K Anamorphic professional video production interchangeable lens camera system with high performance, durability, and mobility.

    • TC In/Out / Synchro Terminal (via included BNC cable), 3.5mm Mic Jack with Line Input, 3.5mm headphone jack 2.5mm remote socket, HDMI Type A Socket, USB-C 3.1 Socket.

    • Dual SD Card slots (UHS-II U3 Compatible), V-LogL pre-installed, and 4K HDR hybrid log gamma support.

    Step up to the professional grade Panasonic LUMIX GH5S C4K mirrorless camera that offers over 29 LUMIX and LEICA compact lens options built on the next-generation (ILC) interchangeable lens camera standard [Micro Four Thirds] pioneered by Panasonic. Its “mirrorless” design enables the high performance, durability, mobility, and low light gathering needed for professional Cinematic and Anamorphic 4K video production.

    The LUMIX GH5s includes cutting-edge C4K: 60p50p 4:2:0 8-bit, 30p25p/24p 4:2:2 10-bit, 4K: 60p50p 4:2:0 8-bit, 30p/25p/24p 4:2:2 10-bit recording* with unlimited recording. The GH5s comes pre-installed with HDR Hybrid Log Gamma and Panasonic’s V-LogL along with professional grade exposure tools like: Time Code sync, Waveform, Vector Scopes, and programmable Zebra patters.

    The LUMIX GH5s supports important recording features like 14bit RAW for stills, dual native IS0, Panasonic XLR mic Adaptor support, and the return of multi-aspect capture.

    *Use of SD memory card with video speed class 60 or higher is recommended for 4K All-Intra video recording. Operation is confirmed with Panasonic SD memory card with video speed class 90.

    This camera will be available soon! Ask our staff about pre-ordering yours today!

  • Anthony Ngu

    Customer Spotlight: Anthony Ngu

    Anthony is an engineer in Seattle who has a strong love of photography and video; he uses the Sony a7RII as his primary camera. We met Anthony through StreetMeetWA events.

    StreetMeetWA was founded by Joshua Flynn (@FlynnPNW) and is co-hosted with Anthony and Amit Moolani (@memoirsmoolani). These events are flooded with creatives of all ages, giving individuals, who create everything from portraits to street photography to landscapes. Not only are they leading dynamic events for the creative community, they have a great desire to give back to the Seattle community and have done so with donations to non-profits like Pike Market Food Bank.


    I’m Anthony Ngu, a photographer, videographer, and engineer in Seattle who goes by @angulife on Instagram. I’m one of the organizers for StreetMeetWA and as StreetMeetWA we host a meet every month for photographers, models, and other creatives to meet, get to know each other, and create content together!

    How did you get your start in photography?

    I started dabbling in photography in high school with a couple of friends and continued to photograph, mainly just documenting events throughout college, where I took some introductory photography courses and learned to develop images in a dark room. My engineering career took off and I ended up only recently falling back in love with photography. I was photographing and making videos about projects I was building in my spare time like electric longboards and LED props when I decided to use my skills and gear for more than just documentation purposes.

    At the start of this year I started taking photography more seriously and began building out my portfolio and taking on clients. A couple months into the year I found out about the first StreetMeetWA event and I went with one of my friends. I loved the idea so much that I helped out with a couple of the next ones and ended up joining the team officially a couple months later.

    What is your favorite genre of photography?

    Adventure/Lifestyle and Street photography are some of my favorites because in addition to creating gorgeous images of daily life, they inspire others to go out, explore, and enjoy the world around them.

    What’s in your gear bag?

    So my go-to bag is the Peak Design 30L backpack because it can hold everything I need for my adventures.

    I use a Sony A7RII with 3 prime lenses. My Zeiss 18mm f/2.8 for landscape or context shots, 35mm f/2.8 for more street shooting, and an 85mm f/1.8  for portraits

    I usually have the Peak Design Capture / Capture Lens on my Peak Design 30L bag to make attaching prime lenses or my camera super easy when I walk around.

    My go-to accessories are my gorilla-pod or travel tripod in case I want to take photos or videos of myself or landscapes, a little pelican case for my spare SD cards because I always seem to leave my SD card at home when I need it the most, and a lume cube with some warm gels for fill lighting. I also, always bring a portable charger just in case I need to charge up my camera, or my phone on my adventures.

    Aside from that I bring a little camera sensor cleaner blower and lens cleaning pens with me in my bag for when my lens or body gets dirty (which it does when I’m changing prime lenses so often).

    Share your favourite holiday memory, what helps keep that memory with you?

    My favorite holiday memories are from traveling with my family. A couple years ago, we flew to Europe for a couple of weeks and traversed around to Germany, Budapest, Prague, Brussels, Amsterdam, and Vienna. It was the perfect time to visit because we got the chance to experience all of the different winter markets and festivals and some great snowy days/nights. I remember waking up early for sunrise with my family and hiking up to a gorgeous view of Budapest from an old castle wall. Creating unique memories in new places with people whom you’re close to, That’s the whole reason why I love traveling and photography helps to capture those moments.

    Do you have any special holiday traditions?

    In the past couple of years we’ve begun to travel during the holidays and I really enjoy that time together, getting to explore new places.

    Tell us about your experiences with Glazer’s, have we been able to help in any of your creative goals?

    I love coming into the shop to chat and to check out / admire new gear, but I love the community that Glazer’s fosters with their photo walks and local events! A special shout-out to Glazer’s Rentals as well because they give me a chance to check out potential new additions to my lens collection or even lenses that I couldn’t justify purchasing (the Sony 100-400mm f4 paired with a 2x teleconverter was amazing for the total solar eclipse this year – and for viewing into the space needle from Kerry Park haha).