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The fourth-gen X-E model brings a 180-degree tilt to the touchscreen, adding yet more versatility to the baby in the X series mirrorless line-up.
There's a new - and far smaller - medium format camera in town: the Fuji GFX 100S. Here's how this 102MP camera differs from the non-S version.
Looking for a new mirrorless camera? This Fujifilm beauty could be a great choice - find out why.
The Fujifilm X-S10 is a great mirrorless camera, but what factors should you be paying attention to?
The 2020 X-T mirrorless model brings faster burst, better battery life, and more. But with the same sensor as the X-T3 before it, does it make sense?
Fuji's new "entry" mirrorless camera aims to simplify controls, without cutting back on the core specification that makes it such a capable system.
This is Fujifilm focusing on simplifying design - but the camera's feature set it still high spec. Is it a sensible solution for a whole new audience?
The second-gen in Fuji's entry-level mirrorless adds improved autofocus and a bunch of additional features. Is it a safe bet?
The X100V is unusual, but its specialist appeal is abundant. Great quality from that fixed lens and one-of-a-kind viewfinder is what really sells it.
The fourth-gen X-T series mirrorless camera brings a faster 15fps burst mode to the table, along with other extra features. Find out more here:
The fifth-genertion retro-styled 'street photography camera' is here with new features. Is it the perfect specialist solution?
The X-T200 adds a vari-angle touchscreen, new sensor with faster processing and autofocus, plus more, all in a lighterweight package.
The X-Pro 3's rear screen is hidden, instead presenting a sub-LCD with shooting or film modes, for viewfinder-first use. Too quirky, or ultimate cool?
This third-gen top-end mirrorless hides away the LCD screen for a truer film-like shooting experience. Its hybrid viewfinder is better than ever too.
We played with the medium format GFX100. Here's what its 102-megapixel images are like, based on final production samples. Worth the £10k?
The ultra-resolution GFX mirrorless medium format camera is here, offering a 102MP medium format sensor for a penny under £10k.
The Fujifilm X-T3 updates the X-T2 mirrorless camera, but what new goodies does it bring and is it worth the upgrade? Here's our comparison.
It's battle of the mirrorless big guns, with the Fujifilm X-H1 posing some considerable questions for Panasonic's formidable Lumix G9.
The update to 2017's X-T20, Fuji's latest mirrorless camera improves autofocus, eye-tracking, adds a joystick and comes in a fetching retro design.
Small, light, and with great image quality: the X-T30 mirrorless camera adds a joystick control and enhances autofocus over its X-T20 predecessor.
The XF10 features an APS-C sensor and f/2.8 aperture, making for great image quality. But poor performance affect its potential for perfection.
Fujifilm's enthusiast mirrorless camera; the third-gen model brings faster focus, touch control, greater speed and 4K60 video capture. It's superb.
Fujifilm has announced the latest camera in its X Series and claims that it is the "world's first" APS-C mirrorless camera to record 4K 60fps video.Th...
The X-T100 is the entry-level camera in Fuji's mirrorless line-up, featuring a power zoom lens and different setup to other X-series. Does it succeed?
The XF10 is a years-later update of the original XF1 camera, delivering a brand new fixed-lens (28mm f/2.8 equiv.) compact with a large APS-C sensor.
Fujifilm has announced the X-T100 as the latest addition to its ever-growing X-series of mirrorless cameras, combining retro looks and a lightweight b...
Fujifilm has announced the launch of the Instax Square SQ6 camera, the world's first square format analogue Instax camera. Fujifilm Instax Square SQ1...
Looking for a high-performance mirrorless interchangeable lens camera? Fujifilm just unveiled the X-H1, which is gunning to be king of the hill.With a
The most advanced Fuji mirrorless X camera adds image stabilisation for the first time. It's a capable pro-spec camera, challenged by the Panasonic G9
We've long harped on about Fujifilm's image quality prowess from its mirrorless X-series cameras. Well, now you can get the utmost quality in the smal...
Fujifilm has taken the wraps off its latest waterproof, rugged camera, the FinePix 130. It's the successor model to the XP120 and retains many of the ...
Four years after the success of the Fujifilm X-E2 interchangeable lens mirrorless, Fuji has unveiled the third-gen update: the X-E3. And it's the smal...
As a standalone camera, the X-T20 delivers the optimum image quality in our view. It's the same quality as you'll find from X-T2 or X-Pro2, which is
Fujifilm has revisited its Instax series of instant stills cameras and has announced the Square SQ10, which represents the biggest evolution of the In...
When Fujifilm announced at Photokina 2016 it was to launch a mirrorless medium format camera - that is, a camera with a sensor larger than even a pro-...
You might need to be as rich as a king to buy one, but then the X100F is indeed king of the fixed-lens compacts. Nothing else compares to this
Say hello to the high-end compact king. The Fujifilm X100F is the fixed-lens compact in its fourth-generation form, which brings a new layout, enhance...
The Fujifilm GFX 50S mirrorless medium format camera has an official release date: 23 February 2017. And with a body-only price of £6,199 it's highly
The mid-level Fujifilm system camera just got an update: the X-T20. It adds touchscreen control, ups the resolution, adds 4K capture and enhances auto...
Fujifilm has taken the wraps off its new X-A10 compact mirrorless camera complete with a newly-developed 16.3-megapixel APS-C sensor. It arrives as an
Retro in appearance yet wonderfully advanced in use, the X-T2 sets a new benchmark for the mirrorless market.
It's a rare thing for an all-new camera format to appear, but Fujifilm is pushing into digital medium format with the announcement of its mirrorless G...
The selfie system camera is back for round three: the Fujifilm X-A3 is the latest in the company’s line of compact system cameras, bringing a brand ne...
We're used to products being updated, but with some it begs the question whether it's worth the upgrade or, perhaps, looking at grabbing a bargain and
The X-Pro2 largely delivers on its pro namesake. It's a camera proposition unlike any other and one that, for the right user (and it is niche), will
While we'd like a more detailed and faster autofocus system, and are in two minds about the lack of viewfinder, the X70 is otherwise a champion
In tech it seems that tacking an "S" onto the end of a product means "it's new, it's a bit better than the last one, but not by loads". We only need t...
Four years in the making, the Fujifilm X-Pro2 is the company's highest-ranking compact system camera. But have those four years been worth the wait, o...
Sure, the X-T10 might be a watered-down version of the X-T1. But it’s avoided excessively diluting the core components that make such a camera so