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Fujifilm’s Pikachu-themed Nintendo Switch printer is Instax-adorable

Fujifilm’s Pikachu-themed Nintendo Switch printer is Instax-adorable

Fujifilm has a new special-edition smartphone printer for the Nintendo Switch, complete with a Pikachu case, designed to make physical prints from Nintendo Switch titles like "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" and the upcoming "New Pokémon Snap" game. Thanks to a new Instax mini Link for Nintendo Switch app, the portable printer can be used to make Polaroid-style captures of screenshots from the games.

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Fujifilm instax mini 40 is a retro camera that prints physical photos

Fujifilm instax mini 40 is a retro camera that prints physical photos

Fujifilm has announced the launch of a new instant camera that produces photos on physical film. The camera is called the instax mini 40, and it has a decisively retro style. Fujifilm says the camera supports mini-format film and will launch on April 21, 2021.

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Fujifilm X-E4 is its sleekest X-Trans 4 camera so far

Fujifilm X-E4 is its sleekest X-Trans 4 camera so far

Fujifilm has a new mirrorless digital camera, and if you insist on style and extreme-portability to go along with your pocket-friendly shooting, the Fujifilm X-E4 may fit the bill. Latest in the X Series, it pairs retro looks with Fujifilm's latest 4th generation 26.1-megapixel X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor.

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Fujifilm and IBM create new magnetic tape with 580TB capacity

Fujifilm and IBM create new magnetic tape with 580TB capacity

All the data that people worldwide and companies store on the cloud has to be backed up somehow. For a long time, the backup medium of choice has been magnetic tape, and IBM thinks that will continue to be true for decades to come. IBM says that the one technology able to handle the massive amount of data being created is magnetic tape, a 60-year-old technology.

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Fujifilm GFX100 can now produce 400MP images with a firmware update

Fujifilm GFX100 can now produce 400MP images with a firmware update

Given the onslaught of smartphones, camera makers have had to step up to offer features that would be difficult to pull off with a mobile device. Most have started turning DSLRs and ILCs into webcams, for example, to ride on the wave of video conferencing platforms today. Fujifilm has yet another such feature that would probably be impossible with smartphones today, allowing the 102MP GFX100 mirrorless camera to generate pictures with 400MP resolutions.

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Fujifilm X-S10 squeezes vlogger-friendly super-stabilization into $1k camera

Fujifilm X-S10 squeezes vlogger-friendly super-stabilization into $1k camera

Fujifilm has revealed the X-S10, its latest mirrorless camera and one which seems tailor-made for vloggers and anybody else hoping for a super-portable way to shoot 4K video. The camera combines a 26.1-megapixel sensor with a new five-axis image stabilization system, which Fujifilm says is good for a whopping 6 stops.

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Fujifilm GFX firmware upgrade try to make old cameras feel new

Fujifilm GFX firmware upgrade try to make old cameras feel new

The smartphone market is notorious for a high "turnover" rate, where smartphones are quickly made obsolete by newer models or by the lack of software updates just after two years. In contrast, camera makers are trying to sell the image of a company that cares for your four-digit investment, pushing updates that bring new capabilities on models older than your smartphone. That's the message that Fujifilm is trying to convey with what it bills as the biggest firmware upgrade in the history of its three GFX cameras, the oldest of which is now more than three years old.

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Fujifilm X Webcam software adds two cameras, macOS coming soon

Fujifilm X Webcam software adds two cameras, macOS coming soon

It's definitely the new trend for camera makers to ride on the wave of people getting hooked on video conferencing or even video streaming at home. Whether it's for meetings, seminars, or making instructional videos, companies like Fujifilm are offering their dedicated and better cameras as the video capture tool you'll want. Unfortunately, they actually don't cover all their existing models but Fujifilm seems to be slowly expanding its software's reach to more recent cameras.

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Panasonic LUMIX Tether for Streaming turns your camera into a webcam

Panasonic LUMIX Tether for Streaming turns your camera into a webcam

As the use of video chats, conferences, and even live streaming surge during these times, so has the need for webcams. Many laptops already have built-in cameras as well as some monitors but those might not even be able to compare to the camera on your smartphone's face. What if you already have a powerful dedicated pro or amateur camera at home? If you have one of a handful of Panasonic LUMIX cameras, all you really need is this new beta software that will let you experience a clutter-free live streaming interface when using your camera as a webcam.

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Fujifilm turns X and GFX cameras into webcams, Canon version adds Macs

Fujifilm turns X and GFX cameras into webcams, Canon version adds Macs

Web-based video conferencing has become part of the "new normal" these days but that's not the only time you might want to use a webcam. Whether it's for video chatting, live streaming at home, or making instructional videos, sometimes you'll want a more capable camera other than your laptop's USB webcam or even your smartphone. If you have a Fujifilm X or GFX series camera, you're in luck because the company just released software that will do exactly that.

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Fujifilm X-T4 announced with in-body image stabilization

Fujifilm X-T4 announced with in-body image stabilization

Today Fujifilm announced the X-T4, the next flagship camera in the X series. There's a lot of anticipation riding on this announcement, and the X-T4 has a number of features that may make it worth a look for photographers. Key among those big features is in-body image stabilization (IBIS).

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Fujifilm INSTAX Mini 11 wants to make taking photos fun and quirky

Fujifilm INSTAX Mini 11 wants to make taking photos fun and quirky

Despite the onslaught of smartphones and their sophisticated cameras, camera makers have found some respite even on the entry-level market thanks to the unexpected popularity of "Polaroid" type non-digital cameras. Thanks to advancements in both imaging and inkless printing technologies, these instant cameras have captured the hearts and pockets of many hobbyist photographers who find something alluring about the design and simplicity of these products. Building upon that, Fujifilm is launching a new INSTAX Mini 11 that adds just a bit of smarts without going into digital camera territory.

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