One of the things that many Fujifilm photographers probably wanted in the company’s cameras is probably in-body image stabilization. Fujifilm made this a reality with the launch of the Fujifilm X-H1, but oddly enough the cameras that followed did not adopt the feature, at least until now where Fujifilm has unveiled their latest flagship, the X-T4.
If you’re a fan of instant print cameras, then you might be interested to learn that Fujifilm has announced their latest camera in the form of the Fujifilm Instax Mini 11. For those who are unfamiliar, these are cameras that have the ability to snap a photo and print them on the fly, making them ideal for parties and events where people get to take home a photo as a […]
While digital cameras have more or less become the standard we’ve come to know and expect these days, there’s a certain nostalgic charm with film-based cameras that is hard to ignore. However, if you’d rather not go through the trouble of developing the film yourself or paying someone else to do it, instant cameras are a good alternative.
One of the rumors surrounding the upcoming launch of Fujifilm’s next flagship camera, the Fujifilm X-T4, is that it could be adopting a feature from the Fujifilm X-H1. This comes in the form of in-body image stabilization where photographers will no longer need to seek out specific lenses with the feature.
According to the rumors, Fujifilm has a new camera in the works in the form of the Fujifilm X-T4 and that it could actually be announced towards the end of the month. We’re sure that while the specs of the camera have many curious, there is one thing we do not know yet, and that is how much it will cost.
For the past month or so, we have been hearing rumors that Fujifilm could be close to announcing a new compact camera in the form of the Fujifilm X100V. For those who have been looking forward to the camera, you’ll be pleased to learn that it has since been officially announced.
The other day thanks to a leaked photo, we might have caught a glimpse of the upcoming Fujifilm X100V digital camera. It wasn’t a particularly clear photo and it showed the camera in real-life, although if anything, it did at the very least confirm one of the rumors which suggested that the camera might have a two-way flip-out display.
According to a recent report from Fuji Rumors, it seems that the upcoming Fujifilm X-T4 could come with a flip-out selfie display. As it stands, Fujifilm’s X-T series comes with a display that can only tilt one way, but it looks like with the X-T4, Fujifilm might introduce a flip-out display that can also double up as a selfie display.
For those shopping about for a new compact camera, Fujifilm’s X100 series is actually a pretty popular choice amongst photographers. In fact, if the rumors are to be believed, Fujifilm is working on a new model in the form of the Fujifilm X100V and whose specs were recently leaked on Twitter by Nokishita.
According to the ever-increasing rumors, it seems that Fujifilm could be close to announcing a new flagship camera in the form of the Fujifilm X-T4. Now based on a report from Fuji Rumors, they have heard from a source that come 26th of February, 2020, the company is expected to officially unveil the device.
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.