- News tagged "fujifilm"
Tuesday, 28 Jan 2014
After numerous leaks, Fujifilm's high-end X-T1 camera has been officially announced. The mirrorless system camera has a weather-resistant body and quite possibly the world's best electronic viewfinder. Click through for the details.
Friday, 24 Jan 2014
You can see the teaser above on Fujifilm's website for their upcoming X-series camera, but thanks to Fuji Rumors the X-T1's photos and specs have been leaked. Check out Fujifilm's latest, which looks like a high-end retro mirrorless camera.
Thursday, 23 Jan 2014
A portable printer that prints photos from your smartphone onto Instax mini film? Hit the jump for more.
Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014
Fujifilm has announced four new superzoom cameras, including the weather-resistant S1. The company is also introducing a new rugged compact camera with built-in Wi-Fi and Full-HD video recording.
Fujifilm has announced the XF 56mm f/1.2 R lens for its X-series mirrorless system cameras, and revealed three new lenses plus teasing two more on its 2014 release roadmap.
A great man once asked: "Does it come in black?" Now when it comes to the Fujifilm X100S, the answer is yes. The camera is exactly the same as the silver and black X100S, except that the silver bits are now black.
Friday, 18 Oct 2013
Fujifilm has announced two new cameras; the X-E2 is their newest mid-range mirrorless camera, it comes with a new 16MP X-Trans II sensor and hybrid auto-focus. The XQ1 is an enthusiast compact with a 12MP X-Trans II sensor inside.
Thursday, 19 Sep 2013
The studio aims to showcase Fujifilm's extensive range of digital cameras, especially the X-series, XF Fujinon lenses and accessories, along with a photo gallery.
Tuesday, 17 Sep 2013
Fujifilm has launched the Fujinon XF23mm f/1.4R lens for the Fujifilm X-series of mirrorless system cameras. The focal length works out to 35mm in 35mm equivalent and means the X mirrorless system cameras will finally have a 35mm focal length to equal that of the X100S, which has a 35mm f/2 lens.
Fujifilm has just announced the X-A1, their fourth mirrorless system camera. It's an entry-level camera which uses the same body as the X-M1, but with a conventional 16MP APS-C sensor rather than Fujifilm's unique X-Trans sensor.