FUJI DOES IT AGAIN

Adam Scorey sneaks out of the office with a black box under his arm, inside is Fuji’s latest CSC X-Trans-sensored offering, the diminutive, 16MP Fujifilm X-M1

When I heard that the X-M1 was in the office I jumped at the chance to get my hands on it. I’d tested the X-Pro1 and adored it, and this has the ‘same’ sensor and general gubbins inside but in a smaller, lighter package. So I was highly confident that image quality was going to be good, and what I was going to concentrate on more was general usability and functionality. Fuji is definitely

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The earthquake starts erupting Mount Fuji

July 17, 2013. Researchers at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) said that Mount Fuji may erupt again if future large earthquakes will cause a crack in it.

The last time this 3776 meter high volcano erupted was in 1707, and today it is known as the eruption Hoei (Hawayo). This is a great eruption lasted from December 16, 1707 to January 1, 1708 period. In total, the atmosphere was emitted 800 million cubic meters of ash.

Scientists claim that a new eruption is inevitable, because the underground magma accumulated in a volcano for

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Mount Fuji is a serious threat to the Japanese

Mount Fuji is a serious threat to the Japanese danger zone

As reported by the Japanese authorities, national symbol and a major tourist attraction, Mount Fuji, probably located on an extensive active faults, the movement of which can cause an earthquake of magnitude 7, which can change the shape of the mountain and destroy the surrounding areas.

During the 3-year study carried out by scientists at the initiative of the Ministry of Education, under the highest mountain in Japan, located 100 kilometers from Tokyo, was found 30 kilometers active fault. Its existence was

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In Japan, Fuji volcano can wake

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Photos US Navy, from the site wikipedia.org Experts warn of possible eruption Fuji, which last erupted lava and ash in 1707.

18.03.11.V result of the continuing aftershocks in Japan can "come alive" unofficial symbol of this country — Volcano Fuji.

Some Japanese experts issued a forecast that the recent earthquake in the Izu Peninsula in Shizuoka Prefecture, where the extinct volcano, this could provide a "safety fuse" for the resumption of eruptions. In the area of the mountain, in particular, at a depth of 10-14 km hypocenter of the earthquake was a magnitude 6.0, which occurred on 15

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Mount Fuji is active

According to recent reports, is seen in the activity of the volcano Mount Fuji, which is located in Japan. The reports were fuzzy photographs of the area in which a number of new dimly visible craters. The largest of which reaches a diameter of 50 meters and is located on the east side of Mount Fuji at a height of 2200 meters. There has also steam, which breaks out of the craters.

There are other signs that the awakening of the volcano. Recorded several earthquakes that took place on February 28 to the north-east of Mount Fuji. Propulsion reached 4-5.

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Japan: Fuji revealed the secret

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Legendary Japanese volcano Mount Fuji is not easy — it's too big and active for the place where he was. This mountain is located above the area sabduktsii Philippine sea plate under the Japanese. In this process the rock melt and form small reservoirs magma. As a

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Fuji as a ticking bomb

Scientists have found a 30-kilometer long fault, which runs directly below Mount Fuji, this team of researchers reported in a recent report.

This year we have already written about the activity of Mount Fuji in Japan. This fault has been detected by earthquake simulation held at a distance of 34 km from Fujiyoshida Yamanashi prefecture in Susono, said Hiroshi Sato, Professor of Earthquake Research Institute at the University of Tokyo.

According to the professor, further studies determining the exact depth and other information about the fault. Although the data on faults around Mount Fuji has already been confirmed, very little

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Two UFOs over Mount Fuji

November 20, 2011 3:21

These photos were made 67-year-old Japanese Masato Tukabo January 7, 2011, when he took off the top of Mount Fuji (Japan). The photographer thought the sky just flying geese.

Details are visible only when the photos were printed. In the photo were filmed circular object with a silvery glow. At the moment, pictures sent to examine the experts.

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Incidents. Experts are expecting an early eruption of Mount Fuji

In the earthquake and tsunami in Japan continues quite strong tremors that could possibly come to life one of the symbols of the country — Volcano Fuji. By this view came some Japanese and American experts, examining the available data.

Fuji volcano generally considered low-level — the last eruption was recorded in the XVIII century. But a series of aftershocks in the vicinity of the world-famous volcano has prompted some experts to think about a possible "awakening" a sleeping giant.

In particular, the possible revival of Fujiyama experts warned Research Center of Seismology, Volcanology and Disaster Prevention at the

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Fuji as a ticking time bomb

Scientists have found a 30-kilometer long fault, which runs directly below Mount Fuji, this team of researchers reported in a recent report. This year we have already written about the activity of Mount Fuji in Japan. This fault has been detected by earthquake simulation held at a distance of 34 km from Fujiyoshida Yamanashi prefecture in Susono, said Hiroshi Sato, Professor of Earthquake Research Institute at the University of Tokyo.

According to the professor, further studies determining the exact depth and other information about the fault. Although the data on faults around Mount Fuji has already been confirmed, very little

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