If the rumors are to be believed, Fujifilm is expected to officially launch the fifth camera in the X100 lineup as early as next month. What this means is that the camera should be just about ready and should already be in production, or at the very least gearing up to be produced.
These days our smartphones are more than capable of taking excellent photos, but there are times when a dedicated camera can still get the job done a lot better. This is namely due to a variety of factors, such as having a bigger sensor, bigger lens, better quality glass, and so on. If you’re after such a camera but rather not deal with having to change lenses, Fujifilm’s upcoming X100V […]
Back in 2018, Fujifilm announced the X-T3 mirrorless digital camera. In 2019, we started hearing rumors that a successor to the camera could be in the works and that it might be released towards the end of 2020. However, it seems that we might be seeing the camera a lot earlier than expected.
While there is no doubt an appeal for cameras with interchangeable lenses, as it allows photographers to take a wider variety of photos, not everyone is so eager to invest in such an ecosystem or want to lug around several lenses. Some photographers just want to snap photos and move on.
Fujifilm’s flagship camera lineup used to consist of the Fujifilm X-Pro and X-T series, but in 2018, Fujifilm decided to add a new camera to the lineup in the form of the X-H series starting with the X-H1. The camera was Fujifilm’s way of showing that they cared about videographers and included some features aimed at making video capture better.
Back in 2018, Fujifilm launched their flagship camera in the form of the X-T3. It came with various improvements over its predecessor, the X-T2, but it was also missing some wishlist features that Fujifilm fans were hoping for. But could Fujifilm be making it “right” with the X-T4? That’s what some of the rumors are saying.
We have been hearing rumors about the Fujifilm X-Pro3 for a while now, and it looks like the company has finally made it official. While this is the third camera in the X-Pro lineup, it also represents a huge change over its predecessors where Fujifilm has made some changes in its design that could be controversial.
According to the rumors, Fujifilm could be looking to announce its X-Pro3 camera later this month. However, it seems that in addition to the X-Pro3, the company could have two more cameras in the works. This is according to a tweet by Nokishita Camera in which it was discovered that the company had registered two new models.
We have been hearing rumors for a while now that Fujifilm could be developing a new X-Pro camera in the form of the X-Pro3. It looks like the rumors were true after all because at the Fujifilm X Summit in Tokyo, the company has officially confirmed that they are developing the X-Pro3 camera.
Cameras can be an expensive hobby to get into, especially if you’re not sure if you’re quite ready to commit to buying lenses and so on. However, if you are looking to dip your toes in the water, you might be interested to learn that Fujifilm has recently taken the wraps off its latest entry-level camera in the form of the Fujifilm X-A7.
In the past few months, we have been hearing rumors that Fujifilm could be working on a new camera in the form of the Fujifilm X-Pro3. The camera is expected to come with some redesign hardware features, such as a “unique” tilt screen. Now according to a new report from Fuji Rumors, it seems that the company could be making another design change that some might not be too happy […]
If you’re looking for a rangefinder style camera that won’t break the bank like a Leica, then Fujifilm’s X-Pro series might be a series of cameras that you are familiar with. Now, the X-Pro2 has been out for a while now, which is why we have started to hear rumors that an X-Pro3 could be close to launching.
These days, digital cameras usually come with an LCD screen on the back that can be tilted. This allows users, especially vloggers, to turn the screen towards them so that they can see themselves while the film to ensure that they are in the frame. It also allows photographers to get down low or up high for some unique perspectives.
Fujifilm has started making surveillance cameras as well and its first product, the SX800, is a long-rgane surveillance camera that boasts 40x optical zoom. It’s, therefore, best suited for security options at international borders or large commercial facilities, for example.