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Review: The Fujifilm X100T Has Changes Galore, But Should We Buy It?

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When the X100 was first released by Fujifilm the camera world popped with excitement. It was revolutionary in the eyes of many photographers. When the X100S dropped, we lauded Fujifilm shouting “Yes! They fixed so much!”.

Now with the December release of the X100T, we are tickled pink with excit… err… well… In a market now saturated with vintage-styled cameras, all of which are more than capable in every aspect, do we still care about the new Fuji offering?
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Explore Fujifilm X-Mount Lenses with This Interactive Test Website

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Fujifilm has a new website that lets photographers “try” X-Mount lenses to see what they can do. It’s a lens simulator of sorts: select the lens, aperture, and focal length you want, and press the shutter button on the page. A sample photo will pop up showing what that combination of gear and settings would produce.
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Fuji’s New XM-FL is an X-Mount Body Cap Lens with Built-In Photo Filters

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Fujifilm has announced a strange new lens over in Japan. It’s called the XM-FL, and it’s a 24mm f/8 body cap-style pancake lens that features built-in photo filters that can be accessed by turning a dial on the side.
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Fujifilm Bringing Film Simulation to Its Official RAW Conversion Software

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Fujifilm is bringing its popular mirrorless camera film simulation modes to its desktop RAW conversation software. Rather than shoot photos in certain modes and have those looks baked into the JPEG files, photographers will be able to choose their film look during post-processing.
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Fujifilm Unveils the ‘Selfie-Ready’ X-A2 Mirrorless with a Pair of New Kit Lenses

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Fujifilm has announced the X-A2, a followup mirrorless camera to the X-A1. The company touts the X-A2 as an “ultra-light, selfie-ready” compact system camera that offers an attractive and affordable way for people to jump into the world of X-Series cameras.
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Fujifilm’s New XQ2 Premium Compact is Essentially an XQ1 With a Firmware Update

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Fujifilm announced a new premium compact camera called the XQ2 today. Specs-wise, the camera appears to be an almost perfect clone of its predecessor, the XQ1, except the XQ2 has an additional film simulation mode in its firmware.
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The Fujifilm 16-55mm f/2.8 is a Strong and Silent Lens Designed with Photojournalists in Mind

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Fujifilm has officially announced the 16-55mm f/2.8, a lens that the world has known of since last year when Fuji released a detailed roadmap of upcoming products.
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Fujifilm is Selling Off One of its Major Film Factories in Europe. Here’s a Look Inside

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During the glory days of film photography, Fujifilm ran one of its major production facilities in Tilburg, the Netherlands. The plant was founded in 1982 and became one of the biggest manufacturing sites for the company outside of Japan, with nearly 1,000 workers producing film (reportedly up to 200 million rolls per year), photo paper, and other imaging equipment.

In 2006, Fujifilm shut down much of the operations at the plant, and now the company is auctioning off the equipment that has been sitting idle for the past 9 years.
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The Fujifilm X-T1 Globe-Trotter Kit Costs $14,000 and Comes with an iPad

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Want to get started in photography? A camera and a kit lens can help you do that. Want to do so while touring the world on your private yacht? Fujifilm’s new X-T1 Graphite Silver Globe-Trotter Kit is designed for you. It’s a limited edition luxury camera kit that has everything you need to get started with Fuji X-T1 photography… and then some.
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Fujifilm Firmware Updates Add Big New Features to the X-T1, X-E2, X-E1, and X-Pro1

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If you’re the proud owner of a Fujifilm X-T1, X-E2, X-E1, and X-Pro1, here’s an early present for you this holiday season: Fujifilm has released firmware updates that add some pretty big new features your camera.
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