The best Fujifilm cameras in 2024, from X-mount mirrorless to medium format

The best Fujifilm cameras are perfect for photographers who want a stylish retro body as well as the most up-to-date technical features. Thanks to Fujifilm's latest X-Trans sensors and advanced processors, the best Fujifilm cameras have got style and substance – but which is the right model for you?

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Gareth Bevan

Gareth is the Reviews Editor at Digital Camera World, and the person in charge of approving all the latest camera-related tech. With several years of experience as a photographer and videographer, shooting for some household names, he has learned a thing or two about working with cameras and the photography industry. Outside of this, expect to find him cycling around London, or deep in a Netflix binge.

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FeaturesHigh-resoltion, IBIS, 6K video, what more could you want?★★★★★
DesignBeautiful styling, but the manual dials aren't for everyone ★★★★
PerformanceFantastic image quality and exceptional subject detect autofocus★★★★★
ValueExcellent value for the design and features on offer★★★★★
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Features6K open-gate video and the latest subject detection★★★★★
DesignSolid build quality although does miss out of weather sealing★★★★★
PerformanceSubject detect autofocus is pinpoint and video quality is excellent★★★★★
ValueArguably the best value APS-C cameras right now★★★★★
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FeaturesIncredible autofocus and shooting speeds for sports and wildlife★★★★★
DesignWeather-sealed pro build quality with a top screen★★★★★
PerformanceCombination of autofocus and speed is mind-blowing for fast action★★★★★
ValueFujifilm's priciest APS-C camera but is good value compared to full-frame competition★★★★
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FeaturesJust about everything – 102MP stills, 8K video, IBIS and somehow 8fps shooting★★★★★
DesignLosing the inbuilt vertical grip makes the camera much smaller, for a medium format camera anyway ★★★★★
PerformanceStills and videos are simple sublime with latest detection autofocus★★★★★
ValueThe most expensive medium format camera in Fuji's arsenal, but much cheaper than rivals★★★★
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Features40MP sensor backed up by Fuji's film simulations, 6.2k video, and IBIS all improve on the previous model★★★★★
DesignGorgeous and well constructed retro inspired body with an incredible hybrid viewfinder★★★★★
PerformanceExcellent photo performance with photos from the 40MP sensor and fixed lens looking stunning★★★★★
ValueThe quality is top notch, but you will have to pay top dollar which might be too much for some★★★★
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FeaturesBig 102MP resolution sensor with IBIS but the autofocus is eclipsed by the newer GFX 100 II★★★★★
DesignFujifilm continues to shrink down its medium format cameras although not quite enough for one handed shooting★★★★
PerformanceImage quality is exceptional with the option of 400MP Pixel Shift images★★★★★
ValueConsiderably cheaper than the GFX 100 II the 100S is excellent value for its features★★★★★
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FeaturesHigh resolution 40MP sensor also enables 8K30p video★★★★★
DesignModern style body has all the controls pros need to get images fast★★★★★
PerformanceBoth image and video quality are exceptional with IBIS and autofocus being highlights★★★★★
ValueFor the features on offer this might be the best value APS-C camera you can buy★★★★★
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FeaturesImproved IBIS supports 51MP standard quality or 200MP Pixel Shift images★★★★★
DesignA medium format camera that rivals the size of pro DLSRs and mirrorless models★★★★★
PerformanceFantastic image quality but let down by poor video and shooting speed★★★★
ValueMedium format doesn't get better value than this, its the perfect entry point★★★★★
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FeaturesWith the sensor of the formerly flagship X-T4, the X-T30 offers great image quality★★★★
DesignA smaller and lighter version of the main X-T series but some quality compromises for the low asking price★★★★
PerformanceGreat image quality for stills, although the camera is lacking when it comes to video★★★★
ValueGreat value for a beautiful design and quality images★★★★★
Gareth Bevan
Reviews Editor

Gareth is a photographer based in London, working as a freelance photographer and videographer for the past several years, having the privilege to shoot for some household names. With work focusing on fashion, portrait and lifestyle content creation, he has developed a range of skills covering everything from editorial shoots to social media videos. Outside of work, he has a personal passion for travel and nature photography, with a devotion to sustainability and environmental causes.

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