Fujifilm has announced the Fuji X-T10 – price tag £ – which boasts a new AF system and what the company says is the world’s shortest lag time.
With the same sensor and processor as its bigger brother, the Fuji X-T10 should be popular amongst novices after a Fuji on a budget.
Welcome to our weekly photography news section, with the stories that matter to serious photographers from the week of 12-18 January 2015.
Photokina 2014 is here! The biannual photography trade show in Germany generates much excitement around what new cameras, lenses, software and other photo accessories will be released at the show.
Welcome to our weekly photography news, with all the latest stories that matter to serious photographers. Selfie-friendly Olympus PEN E-PL7 unveiled Olympus has unveiled the Olympus Pen E-PL7. This 16.1Mp metal-bodied compact system camera features a selfie-friendly LCD that “flips down and around so you can frame and shoot a series of pre-timed, sequential still… Continue reading
Fuji X-T1 review: Fuji’s new compact system camera offers function and style. Should this top your photography wish list? Find out in our Fuji X-T1 review video.
Fuji X-T1 Hands-on Review: Fuji’s new SLR-style CSC is like the Fuji X-E2 but with more dials and a better EVF. Find out more about this new Fuji camera in our Fuji X-T1 hands-on review video.
Fujifilm has announced the Fuji X-E2, a new premium interchangeable lens camera in its range of Fuji X cameras.
The Fuji X-E2 is the latest Fuji camera to use the APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor, and it also boasts what Fuji says is the world’s fastest AF speed of 0.08 seconds (compareed with other digital cameras equipped with 4/3-inch sensors or larger).
The X-M1 is the smallest and lightest CSC in Fuji’s line-up, yet boasts the same sensor as the much-lauded X-Pro1. Amy Davies of our testing team puts it to the test in her Fuji X-M1 review video.
The Fuji X-M1 – the new compact system camera announced by Fujifilm – incorporates the same APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor as the Fuji X-Pro1, which has out-performed full-frame DSLRs in our previous testing.