ETERNA Fujifilm simulation – Video test

Originally, ETERNA was a colour negative film with ultra-fine grain, natural skin tones and outstanding grey balance.

For the first time, we get to see this colour simulation implemented in a digital mirrorless camera; to be more specific, the new X-H1. The soft tones, with less contrast, but higher dynamic range make the perfect choice for artistic results in video files.

This is why many photographers hope to see ETERNA simulation available for other Fujifilm cameras as well, via a future firmware updates.

This short video presents us a little bit of ETERNA’s colour flavours and the more we find out about it, the more we would like to have it in our current cameras.

Curated by Sebastian Boatca



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