The X-T1 is Fujifilm's first DSLR-style, weather-resistant mirrorless camera in its X series. When paired with a weather-resistant lens like the Fujinon XF 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 WR OIS, this good-looking and performing camera is a dream come true for many camera enthusiasts. More after the jump.
A successor to the X-20, Fujifilm's X-30 brings an electronic viewfinder and other new features to the table. Here's a quick look at its key features.
The Fujifilm X-T1 continues the retro heritage of their X-series, carrying on in the tradition of the X100S and the X-Pro1, and we just got to try it out for the first time. Check out how the camera feels in the hands and how the large EVF works in real life. Also, we talk local prices with Fujifilm.
Fujifilm keeps making a certain kind of camera for a certain kind of photographer, and they deserve kudos for it. The X-E2 is a continuation of that tradition, it's better but still kooky in places, yet still manages to charm. Check out the best and worst of Fujifilm's latest X-Trans mirrorless camera.
Announced in October, the Fujifilm X-E2 replaces the X-E1 as Fujifilm's more affordable mirrorless system camera option. The XQ1, on the other hand, is Fujifilm's latest advanced point-and-shoot. Read on to find out more details on these two new releases.
A successor to Fujifilm's X10 advanced compact camera, the X20 brings retro good looks coupled with improved AF speeds to the table. But will this combination be enough considering the slew of advanced compacts released within the last year? Hit the jump to find out.
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.