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The Fujifilm X-T10 Review – a small powerhouse by Jonas Dyhr Rask

The X-T10 is a fantastic camera that takes your breath away with everything from looks to performance. It’s an incredibly high performing camera in a very discretely sized package. It begs to be used and to be taken everywhere. This truly is a creative photographers camera. Fujifilm has again managed to create an astounding piece of photographic equipment that I’m...

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New images of silver version of Fuji X-T10

Leaked images of Fujifilm X-T10 showns final camera design. It looks really as cheap version of X-T1. Final specification for X-T10 should be: 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor Ultrasonic sensor cleaning mechanism Continuous shooting 8 frames / sec in the AF tracking Upper limit of the ISO sensitivity 51200 Automatic scene recognition auto mode Intelligent hybrid AF of AF...

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First photo of new Fujifilm XF 90mm f/2.0 R LM WR portrait lens

  According to latest rumors, we can expect new portrait lens in this month, on May 18. This leaked image looks interesting – you can see 62mm filter size (same as lenses 23mm and 56mm – so portrait shooters cannot buy another filters) and size of lens is much smaller than first mockup. And it will be weather resistant too....

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New autofocus system for X-T1 in firmware v4.0

Latest firmware for Fujifilm X-T1 will change whole AF system in this camera. Now it is capable of tracking moving objects across whole frame. Signle AF speed is also enhanced and face detection is now able to focus on selected eye (which is great for portrait work with thin DOF). You can download new firmware here: http://www.fujifilm.com/support/digital_cameras/software/firmware/x/xt1/index.html Info about news from Fujifilm...

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Fuji 23mm F1.4 / Lens Review by Colin Nicholls

Overall I’m now a big fan of this lens, it’s a solid, nicely weighted, sharp lens which gives incredible image quality in a small package, try one out for yourself and I’m sure you’ll be impressed. I do still have my X100 which is my travel, street and walkabout camera, and I for one feel there is a place for...

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Fuji XF 16-55mm f/2.8 Review

As you have seen from this review, the XF 16-55mm f/2.8 R LM WR is Fuji’s new optical marvel. Judging by how sharp the lens turned out when I measured its performance and compared to other X mount lenses, it appears that Fuji’s engineers put their best efforts to make this lens appealing to enthusiasts and professionals, who are not...

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Fujifilm X-A2 Review

The Fujifilm X-A2 is introduced with an improved 16-50mm II OIS kit lens, and despite being a kit lens, it delivers excellent image quality with a useful wide-angle to telephoto zoom range and includes a good sized lens hood. The combination of this lens and the compact body makes for a compelling package, with the added bonus of a good...

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Fuji X100T long(ish) term user report by Andrew Tobin

It has now become my default travel camera. I am very happy with the 35mm focal length which suits such a wide range of situations. It’s possible to get very decent foreground/background separation when the need arises, and use the “f/8 and be there” approach for more documentary style photography. I haven’t felt like I needed another focal length, though...

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The Gear that I Use: The Fujifilm X100t Review by Henry Smith

So am I happy? Yes and no. The X100 series has tended to be the most heavily used equipment in my bag, and thus smaller improvements do mean more than in other gear upgrades. Autofocus performance is among the most important attributes in a camera, and it is significantly improved here. I also think the WiFi feature is worth having....

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First look at FUjifilm XF 16mm f 1.4 R WR Fujinon lens by Bjorn Moerman

Even though a 24mm equivalent lens is not what most people tend to use for classic Street Photography, it comes in handy when shooting in confined spaces and especially when the photographer is not shy to move in close to the subject. Using the 100% quiet electronic shutter of the X-T1, make this even easier! It looks like the lens will retail on most...

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Fujinon XF16mm F1.4 lens – the wide angle wonder by Flemming bo Jensen

Image quality. We have come to expect great things from Fuji lenses and this lens delivers. It is extremely sharp and detailed. Even at F1.4 details are very finely rendered. Colours are as you can see in the Culture Box shots very vivid and has detail. It is a lens totally on par with the best of the Fuji primes,...

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Fujinon 16mm 1.4 by Neil Sodden

Neil describes his short experiences with this new fast wide lens from Fujifilm and shares some images taken with it. He compares size with Fuji 56mm. Aperture ring moves with the nice, elegant clicks we’ve gotten used to on the 56mm, and have the manual focus quick pull-back, like on the 14mm and 23mm. It feels a bit bigger than...

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Fujinon XF 16mm f/1.4 WR Review by Tomasz Trzebiatowski

It seems that Fujinon added another gem to their lens collection. As I already wrote before, I didn’t pixel peep, I didn’t test this lens at every possible aperture/shutter speed combination. But the images I got with it are beautiful. Sharpness, color rendition (yes, I still look at it, even though I am primarily a black and white photographer), speed...