Posts Tagged ‘fujifilm’

Fujifilm Will Soon Discontinue 3×4 Instant B&W Film, Photogs Fight Back

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Fujifilm has confirmed that it will soon stop production of its FP-3000B film, which means that the only black-and-white instant film currently available in the 3×4 format will soon disappear forever. Read more…

How the Fujifilm X-Series Made Me Feel Inadequate

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Recently there’s been a fair bit of hullaballoo about these new cameras Fuji has been bringing out – the X-series. X100, X-Pro 1, XE-1 and most recently the X-M1 or something like that. All touted as great cameras – the perfect blend of retro styling and cutting edge sensor technology, paring away anything extraneous to the act of shooting.

The Fuji X series – peerless walk-around cameras that can be adapted for wedding work, editorial work heck, even commercial work. Photography bloggers whom I respect and admire all clambered over each other to shout the praises of these lightweight wonder-cameras. They could do no wrong on the digital camera review sites, and quickly developed a cult following which exploded into a massive fanbase. The Fuji X-series. Messianic.
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Fuji Delivers Major Firmware Update for the X100, Adds Faster AF and Focus Peaking

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It’s always nice when a company with plenty of exciting, brand new technology continues to support their older models in a big way, and that’s what Fuji did yesterday when it released version 2.0 of the X100 firmware. Read more…

Fuji Announces the X-E2 and XQ1, Boasts the World’s Fastest Auto Focus

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We’re losing count of all the new gear announced in October so far, but one thing’s for sure: if you have G.A.S. you’re in serious trouble. Now joining Nikon’s D5300, Sony’s a7 and a7R, Panasonic’s GM1 and more are two fresh cameras from the Fujifilm camp: the X-E2 and XQ1. Read more…

First Leaked Photos of the Fujifilm X-E2?

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Patrick over at Fujirumors has published what appear to be the first leaked photos of an upcoming Fujifilm X-E2. Sent to him by an anonymous source, the photos suggest that the camera will have a frontside that’s nearly identical to the X-E1.
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Fujifilm Debuts the X-A1, An Entry-Level X-Mount ILC with a Standard Sensor

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Fujifilm has some very capable X-Mount shooters in its repertoire, and today that repertoire grows with the addition of the X-A1 entry-level X-Mount interchangeable lens camera. After months of rumors and photo leaks, the official camera is finally here. Read more…

Photos and a Press Release Detailing the Upcoming Entry-Level Fuji X-A1 Leaked

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Up till now, we hadn’t heard much in way of specs for Fuji’s rumored entry-level X-Series camera, the X-A1. We knew it was going to be a step down from the X-M1 and a step up from the X100, and we’d seen a questionable picture, but that was it.

A Czech site changed all that yesterday, however, when they accidentally published both a press release and more photos of the upcoming shooter. Read more…

Fuji is Using 3D Printing and Scanning to Create Near-Flawless Van Gogh Replicas

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For those art enthusiasts who just don’t have the millions of dollars required to purchase their own original Van Gogh painting, Fujifilm has a solution for you. After seven years of development, the company’s “Reliefography” 3D scanning and printing technique is ready to create near-flawless replicas of great works of art, which will be available to the public for tens of thousands instead of tens of millions. Read more…

Fujifilm Brings Retro Styling to the Instant Camera World with the New Instax Mini 90

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It seems the retro design movement has finally begun to infiltrate something other than the mirrorless market. In a move that makes its Instax line of instant cameras look a lot more like the X-Series line, Fujifilm has just announced the retro-styled Instax Mini 90 seen above. Read more…

Photo of Fuji’s Soon to be Released Entry-Level X-A1 Leaks Online

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A month ago, we heard some rumors that Fujifilm was working on an entry-level X-Series camera for those of us who didn’t want to spend on the X-M1 but wanted something better than the X100. Details were (and to some degree still are) a bit thin, but now we have what seems to be the first leaked photo of the upcoming mirrorless camera. Read more…