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Fujifilm X100T Review

The X100T is a continuation of that process of polish and refinement. Whether it’s the addition of Wi-Fi, the provision of 1/3rd stop increments on the aperture dial or the move to dedicated directional buttons, rather than the cheap-compact style wheel on the back of the camera, there are plenty of changes that make the camera better. Equally, the addition...

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Andrew Van Beek Reviews Fuji X-T1

With all of the cons listed above one might get the impression that the X-T1 is not that great. Truthfully, there are people who don’t like it and have returned it. I’m on the opposite end of the scale where none of the quirks really bother me. If I had to pick one area that would be great to improve...

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I Made The Switch From 5D3 to X-T1- Here’s Why! by MYKII LIU

For those considering switching over to the X-T1 or similar, I’d really suggest evaluating what you’re currently doing with your current workhorse camera. If you’re finding yourself on the go often and not shooting a whole lot of commercial work, you may want to stay with a DSLR. If you’re finding yourself traveling and wanting some a pretty awesome tool...

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Fuji 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS WR Initial Impressions by Paolo Braza

So to close this, if you ask for my opinion if i would personally get the Fuji XF 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 WR OIS lens? In a heartbeat! Though for most of us the price tag will be a bit steep. But it is all worth it. The one lens solution for your travel adventures. Then again, there is one cost-effective alternative...

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Review of the Fuji XF 50-140mm f/2.8 Weather Sealed Lens by Dan Bailey

I left this one for last, because although those other things do matter, if a lens doesn’t produce crisp, sharp imagery, it’s not good enough for pro use. It’s that simple. Fortunately, that’s not even an issue here. The Fuji XF 50-140 f/2.8 is so freaking sharp, it’s scary! When it comes to straight image quality, this is one serious...

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Some Thoughts on my new XE-2 vs. the XE-1 by Henry Smith

Henry shares his experiences with both cameras and compares Fujifilm X-E2 against his previous Fujifilm X-E1 camera. There is a slightly larger rear viewscreen, with more pixels. More importantly, the view finder with the latest software update, has almost imperceptible lag, similar to the XT-1. This is important to me, as I really rely on the electronic view even on...

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Review: Fujifilm 16-55mm f2.8 LM WR by Chris Gampat

The Fujifilm 16-55mm f2.8 LM WR is an exceptional lens in pretty much every way when it comes to the image quality. The lens is sharp–sharper than most of the company’s primes in fact. It also gives us great bokeh, excellent colors and everything that a photographer could ask for including weather sealing. But where we felt that it was...

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Fuji XF 16-55mm f/2.8 zoom — a hands-on review by Tom Grill

This lens is not for everyone. Each of us will have to decide how it fits into our workflow. I will probably not acquire the 16-55mm f/2.8 for my own kit, but that is because I already have the 18-135mm for travel work, and because I still prefer to use a very high resolution full frame DSLR for landscape work....

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Fuji X-E2 vs Fuji X-T1: The Luxury of a Choice by Jean-Francois Riand

Why to chose the X-E2 over the X-T1? I didn’t hesitate too much about picking the X-E2 over the X-T1. That being said, I will miss a few features from the X-T1. Mainly two of them, the flip screen and the silent 1/32,000s electronic shutter. If I were shooting the new large f/2.8 zooms, I would miss the nicer grip...

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Fujifilm X-E2 Review by Carl Garrard

Overall the XE2 is a different bird, but a good experience. And that I think is its charm. It’s not going to give you this “purist” rangefinder experience its looks may suggest, but it’s a very functional camera regardless that is speedy to operate, and produces excellent images. Its menu system is loaded, whether you use its “quick” menu, or...

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4K video in Fujifilm X-Pro2?

According to new informations on FujiRumors site, upcoming flagship model in Fujifilm X series will recieve better video capabilities. Maximum video resolution will be updated to 4K. This rumor came from new source, so there is no guarantee about this feature. In this interview with Fuji manager, you can see that Fuji is taking video issues very seriously and they are...

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This is a comparison of Fuji’s telephoto zooms, the XF 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS WR, XF 50-140mm f/2.8 R LM OIS, and XF 55-200mm f/3.5-4.8 R LM OIS

With the advent of the 50-140mm f/2.8, Fuji X-Series owners now have 3 ways of reaching beyond 200mm in 35mm equivalence. The first two releases—Fuji’s FUJINON XF 55-200mm f/3.5-4.8 R LM OIS and FUJINON XF 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS WR—are both geared more towards the casual shooter. Fuji’s latest telephoto zoom offering—complete with premium-looking Red XF Zoom Badge—is the 50-140mm f/2.8,...

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One year after switching to Fuji by Thierry NGUYEN

Interesting article about switch from fullframe Nikon D700 and APS-C Nikon D7000 to Fujifilm X. Thierry uses X100s and X-T1 even as pro photographer for paid jobs. Beautiful photos and interesting experiences. Moreover, you’re kind of invisible to others, it’s less intrusive than a DSLR. Have you ever been shooting outdoor and see people stopping by and stares at you?...

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Fujifilm interview – ‘our lenses are waiting for higher-resolution sensors’

Great interview with Toshihisa Iida, Senior Manager Sales & Marketing at Fujifilm’s Optical Device & Electronic Imaging products division. He shares a lot of interesting information about future of Fujifilm X system. What are most important parts of interview? Fujifilm will focus on improving AF speed, video and there will be higher resolution sensors in near future. Read whole interview at...