This Fujifilm Camera Setting Will Transform Your Single Lens In TWO Powerful Lenses!

My video with how you can achieve that:

SPORTS FINDER MODE Benefits And When To Use

  • Fujifilm says: “Take pictures using the crop in the center of the display. Choose this option for pictures of athletes, birds, and other moving subjects.”
  • you can see outside your frame with the EVF or LCD screen getting the range finder experience on every Fujifilm camera
  • you can use this mode when you don’t want to swap lenses and you need a little tighter frame
  • good for street photography, documentary photography, portrait photography and situation were the space conditions are changing


  • Only works With Mechanical Shutter
  • Assign a custom button by pressing display
  • Shooting Settings > Sports Finder Off/On


Lens reach in sports finder mode!Download it here!
  • it applies a 1.25x crop so this means that you’ll get a tighter angle of view (a 23mm Fuji APS-C lens becomes a 28mm APS-C lens giving the field of view of 44mm )
  • Very usefull in street photography and in situation were you don’t want to swap lenses
  • a 23 f1.4 lens becomes a 44mm lens – making an unique and very versatile setup

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