Welcome to One Camera One Lens’ Fujifilm X Film Simulations pages. You will find a large selection of film simulations for X-Trans sensors on this section along with a link to the ultimate resource to LUT’s, Haldcluts and much more!
For those who need to know what goes into making a film simulation, please visit this link and see the hard work we do.
For those who need help installing the film simulations onto your camera, I have written this easy guide to help you on your way.
I highly advise that you print your images at some point, as these simulations really take on a different feeling when they are printed.
Please choose the section you would like to visit. Both are worth a visit, as it can give you an idea to work with. All simulations are a base-line for you to play with, so don’t be afraid to tweak!
(These work on X-Trans III and IV sensors)
You will find a selection of 20 film simulations in the X-Trans III section, all designed to be either replicating a film stock, or to give you a unique photographing experience. You can use these simulations on all Fujifilm camera’s with little adapting. These MGA film simulations are:
Colour Simulations: AGFA Ultra Color 100, Classic Chrome Faded (“Old Chrome), Classic Chrome Contrast, Colour Chrome, DoubleFilm BubbleGum, Kodak ColorPlus 200, Kodachrome, Kodachrome Faded, Leica-Like, FujiChrome R100, Provia Natural, Summer Glow, Velvia Dark & Colour, Winter Blues.
Monochrome Simulations: Acros+R Deep Skies, Acros+R Faded, Monochrome Deep Extra, J-Street, Leica M10 Monochrom (V1), Leica M10 Monochrom (V2).
(These only work on X-Trans IV sensors)
This is a very new section and we currently offer 11 film simulations for the X-Trans IV sensor. These settings can be used in other cameras with different sensors, but may give different results.
Simulations in bold text have dedicated own page with more examples etc.
Colour Simulations: MGA Fred Herzog Kodachome (V1) and MGA Fred Herzog Kodachrome (V2 – Authentic Shadows), MGA Portra 400, MGA Eterna XTra, Instant Film, MGA Classic Aged, Primavera, MGA Classic Negative and MGA Leica-Like V2
Monochrome Simulations: MGA Vintage Mono, MGA Leica Q2 Monochrom Cool (Now with “Warm” and black and white settings).
Examples of my recipes that have had YouTube videos made about them.
Please bookmark this page and call back on a regular basis. Please feel free to share the page and the website. Please mention “MGA” if you share the settings and please mention OneCameraOneLens. If you would like to contribute, please contact me!
All film simulation recipes are copyright Mark G Adams, and can be used by anyone.