This week the folks at Fujifilm are teasing their next big release of a camera, starting up with the letter "X" to make sure you know, right off the bat, that we’ll be working with X-mount lenses. Here you’ll find the possibility of weather sealing right alongside a set of manual dials the likes of which the hardcore originalist will likely enjoy. This device could well be the device the Fujifilm X-Pro1 wasn’t, coming up clean with details that one-up that camera in all respects.
Following on the heels of the Fujifilm XQ1 compact digital camera recently announced, the camera maker has also introduced the interchangeable lens X-E2. With this camera comes the ability to swap out lenses for more demanding photography needs, bringing along an APS-C sized variety of the X-Trans CMOS II 16.3-megapixel sensor.
Fujifilm has introduced its smallest offering in its X Series, the Fujifilm XQ1 compact digital camera. The device maker is referring to the XQ1 as a "premium" camera, giving photographers a pocket-sized shooter with a sensor much larger than what you'd find in most digital cameras of comparable size. The camera is being launched alongside multiple accessories, including a waterproof case.
This has been a busy week in photography with the unveiling several new digital cameras. Earlier this morning we mentioned that Nikon had unveiled a new D5300 DSLR. Panasonic also went official with its DMC-GM1 mirrorless digital camera. Something else has surfaced on the camera front this morning in the form of a leaked image claiming to be of the Fujifilm X-E2.
Fujifilm has just announced its latest interchangeable-lens camera, the Fujifilm X-A1. Building on the company's X series of cameras, the X-A1 is an entry-level device that not only offers a bevy of powerful features such as an APS-C CMOS sensor and an EXR Processor II, but also comes in a lightweight, easy-to-use, and aesthetic package.
Fujifilm just announced a new Instax camera and it takes the aesthetic for this line in a completely different direction. In fact, it looks like it has traveled back in time and that's likely a good thing. The Fujifilm Instax mini 90 has a real retro feel that gives it a look akin to Polaroid, rather than the camera's previous look, which could only be described as shapeless.
At CES 2012, FujiFilm's X-Pro1 interchangeable-lens camera was officially unveiled, bringing with it a 16-megapixel APS-C X-Trans sensor. Fast-forward to last Friday, and we saw the FufiFilm X-M1 leak with specs suggesting it would harbor that same sensor. With today's unveiling, that leak has been substantiated, with the X-M1 offering the same sensor as the X-Pro1 alongside a significantly smaller price tag of $699.95 USD.