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Fujifilm X100F vs X100T: what's new, what's changed and is it enough?
Glance too fleetingly at the X100F and you might think nothing had changed, compared with the X100T. Or the X100S, the original X100 or the film rangefinders their styling harks back to. But, in keeping with continuous improvement approach ('Kaizen' if you must) Fujifilm appears to be adhering to, just about every aspect of the camera has been updated in some small way.
F is for '4th': Hands-on with Fujifilm X100F
Fujifilm has announced the fourth in its series of X100 rangefinder-style cameras: the X100F. The X100F features an updated sensor, revamped autofocus system, larger battery and tweaked ergonomics. We met with Fujifilm recently and got our hands on a pre-production sample. Click through for a quick product tour.
Feisty upstart: Hands-on with the Fujifilm X-T20
The Fujifilm X-T20 is very much the little brother to the X-T2, using the same sensor, upgraded AF system and 4K video support as its more expensive sibling. We've gone hands-on with the X-T20 to go over the most important features. Read more
Fujifilm releases first round of G-mount medium-format lenses
You're going to need some lenses to go along with that new Fujifilm GFX 50S, and the company announced a trio of them. First up is the GF 63mm F2.8 R WR, which is equivalent to 50mm when mounted on the medium-format GFX 50S.
Fujifilm expands weather-resistant lens selection with XF 50mm F2 R WR
Fujifilm has announced a new weather-resistant prime: the Fujinon XF 50mm F2 R WR. It sits alongside the XF 35mm F2 and 23mm F2 as another compact, lightweight yet sturdy lens for the X-system. Offering dust and water resistance, the 50mm F2 is freezeproof to 14°F/-10°C.
Hands-on with new 'Graphite' Fujifilm X-T2 and X-Pro2 (and the XP120)
For the most part a glittering parade of the utterly unnecessary, CES does occasionally throw up a gem for camera geeks. Last year it was Nikon's D500 and D5, and this year we're very taken with Fujifilm's new 'Graphite' editions of the X-T2 and X-Pro2. Read more