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Fujifilm hopes to find foothold in the pro market with the X-H1 camera

Create: 03/25/2018 - 07:50
Fujifilm X-H1

Fujifilm has enjoyed widespread popularity and loyalty with its excellent mirrorless X-series cameras and lenses, but there is one market that the company hasn’t cracked in significant numbers: professional photographers.

That could change with the release of the Fujifilm X-H1.

Nearly everything about this camera is intended to appeal to the working photographer, from being weather resistant to a body that is touted as being able to take some knocks.

Fujifilm's RAW conversion software uses the camera’s processor

Create: 12/14/2017 - 22:56
Fujifilm X RAW Studio

Fujifilm is launching a new software package for photographers who shoot RAW images with certain X-series cameras.

Fujifilm X RAW Studio, which is available now for the Mac platform and for Windows in February 2018, is somewhat unique in that it uses the camera’s image processing engine to do the work, rather than the computer’s CPU.

Fujifilm says that this will benefit photographers who might not have the fastest computer.

Fujifilm downsizes X-E3 while adding improved sensor, 4K video

Create: 10/18/2017 - 21:17
Fujifilm X-E3

Fujifilm has freshened its X-series lineup with the X-E3, which replaces the X-E2.

While not an entry-level model, Fujifilm is touting the camera’s features that would appeal to amateur photographers and content producers.

The X-E3 is smaller and lighter than its predecessor while increasing the pixel count of its APS-C sensor and adding the ability to record 4K video. There are other changes, as well, that seek to make the camera easier to use.

Fujifilm X-T2 brings improved autofocus, 4K video

Create: 07/08/2016 - 22:45
Fujifilm X-T2

Fujifilm is replacing another of its X-series models, and the improvements in the latest camers should allow for faster shooting.

The Fujifilm X-T2 ups the pixel count, replacing the X-T1’s 16.3-MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor with the 24.3-MP X-Trans III CMOS sensor. Like the previous model and other X-series interchangeable-lens cameras, this uses an APS-C sensor.

The sensor’s ISO range is 200-12,800 and can be extended lower to 100 and upward to 51,200.

Fujifilm X-Pro2 improves hybrid viewfinder, autofocus, interface

Create: 01/15/2016 - 20:34
Fujifilm X-Pro2

Almost exactly four years after Fujifilm introduced its flagship X-Pro camera, the successor has been announced.

The camera, which will go on sale in late February 2016 for US$1,699.95 and C$1,899.99 (body only), improves on the original camera in a number of ways.

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