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Two years after the introduction of a modern-day classic, Fujifilm is back with an update to the breakthrough X100. The X100S doesn't look very different, but what little has changed on the outside makes all the difference, while the insides are completely new. Check out our review to discover what's new.
Featuring a 25-100mm zoom with an aperture of F1.8 on the wide end, the XF1 is the only advanced compact to sport retro-licious rangefinder looks. But looks aside, is it a capable advanced compact? Join us as we find out the answer to this question.
Fujifilm has been on fire riding the retro/mirrorless combination. The X-E1 is a smaller, concentrated version of the X-Pro1, minus the optical viewfinder, bulk and price. It keeps the same unique X-Trans sensor, so performance should be the same - the question is, does it keep the bad of the X-Pro1 as well as the good?
The Fujifilm X-Pro1 is a camera which will enchant you, frustrate you, seduce you and vex you. You will find yourself pushed against the limit of your photographic patience and pushed past beyond what you thought an APS-C camera could do. Read on to discover a camera you will either love or hate, or more likely both.
Fujifilm's first mirrorless system camera, the X-Pro1, finally reaches Singapore. Besides revealing the camera's local price, we also scored an interview with X-Pro1 product manager Hiroshi Kawahara, who tells us how the X100 has changed the X-Pro1, where that RAW button went and why the X-Pro1 has no in-built stabilization.
Poised to challenge its rivals who have been in the interchangeable lens camera market for quite a while, the new Fujifilm X-Pro1 with its 16-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor is the new ILC to watch out for. Here's our brief hands-on with Fujifilm's star of the year from CES 2012.
Fujifilm scored a huge hit in early 2011 with the retro-inspired X100. Inspired by its success, Fujifilm is back with the X10, a compact camera resembling the X100. With the X10's distinctive looks and impressive specs, will Fujifilm be able to catch lightning in a bottle once again?
The FinePix REAL 3D W3 is Fujifilm's second 3D compact camera. Same as the W1 before it, it uses dual 10-megapixel CCD sensors and twin lenses. Find out what else is changed.
We're going back to the future with the Fujifilm FinePix X100 - the most eagerly anticipated camera of the past year, which combines the best of today's technology and the classiest of yesterday's looks. Discover how the camera performs in our comprehensive review.
We took a spin at the show floor of the just concluded CP+ camera and photo imaging show and here are some highlights we've collated just for you.