Fujifilm just concluded their first day of announcements at Fujikina, and the major focus was on their flagship medium format camera, the GFX 50S. First impressions after the jump.
Fujifilm’s mirrorless medium-format camera, the GFX 50S, will ship in late February with a suggested retail price of US$6,499 (approx. S$9,281).
Like the X-T10 to the X-T1 before it, Fujifilm’s new X-T20 is a more affordable, albeit less powerful, version of the flagship X-T2.
Fujifilm has just announced the X100F, the fourth (thus, the ‘F’) in their X100-series of cameras. The fixed-lens camera now comes with the 24.3MP X-Trans III APS-C sensor and X-Processor Pro image processor that first shipped with the flagship X-T2.
Leica has announced the M10, the latest in its M series of cameras. The M10 comes with a new 24MP full-frame sensor, and is slightly slimmer and lighter compared to the previous M (Typ 262).
Once thought to be dead in the water, Polaroid continues to defy critics, announcing yet another new instant digital camera - the Polaroid Pop. Details after the jump.
The just-announced Ricoh R is a camera that shoots 360-degree video, and can also live stream for 24 hours straight.
Fujifilm’s latest Finepix XP120 digital camera is a weatherproof, shockproof camera that brings a new way of capturing images.
Fujifilm is releasing the X-Pro 2 and X-T2 in a new graphite colorway. Both cameras were previously only available in black.
Canon’s new PowerShot G9 X Mark II compact camera adds modest improvements.