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Giveaway: Win a Fuji X-T1 Kit AND Battery Grip!

Update: This giveaway is now over. The winner has been announced at the end of this post.

It's time for another giveaway, and this one is a doozy! We promised you a big giveaway at the end of February and you're getting one. Just follow the instructions below and you can enter to win the new Fujifilm X-T1 with the 18-55mm lens and the battery grip to boot! That's a $1,950 value!

The Camera Store and Nick Devlin Test Out the Fuji X-T1 in the Field

If we had to name the most exciting camera of 2014 thus far, Fuji's X-T1 would probably get the nod (although the Sony a6000 is no slouch). Some call it the Nikon Df done right, others are saying it's the camera that will finally take the X-Series mainstream, but general opinion about this camera seems to be very good.

There's only one problem... many of those opinions come from people who haven't had a chance to use it yet. And since a spec sheet and press release can only say so much, The Camera Store and photographer Nick Devlin decided to go hands-on and take you in the field with this exciting new shooter.

Hands-Off First Impressions of the Fuji X-T1

Well, well. Fuji's done it again. They've simultaneously wowed fans and foes with the newly announced X-T1. There's a lot to learn here and a lot to discuss. Let's take a look at some of the details and perhaps more subtle or overlooked points.

Everyone at Adobe MAX 2015 Received a Free Fujifilm X-T10 Kit Worth $999

Google's annual I/O conference is famous for giving attendees free phones, tablets, and laptops over the years. In case you haven't heard, Adobe has the same tradition going on with its Adobe MAX conference. At the MAX 2015 conference in Los Angeles earlier this month, Adobe gave everyone who attended a free Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless camera and an 18-55mm kit lens. It's a kit that's worth $999.

Fujifilm Announces the X-T1 IR, an Infrared Version of the Flagship Mirrorless Camera

Fujifilm has announced the X-T1 IR, a variant of their flagship X-Series camera that can capture infrared and ultraviolet portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Nearly identical to the original X-T1, the new X-T1 IR utilizes infrared technology allowing it to view light not normally visible to the human eye.

The camera is aimed at professionals who may have a need for infrared technology, citing crime scene investigators, fine art photographers, and healthcare, in addition to other “scientific and technical applications.”

Review: Fujifilm X-T10 is Like a Smaller and Friendlier X-T1

It's hard to look at the Fujifilm X-T10 without thinking of the company's success with the X-T1. Essentially, the X-T10 is a baby X-T1 with its identical 16.3 X-Trans CMOS II sensor, DSLR body style, and real-time 2.360K-dot OLED EVF. Of course, for nearly $400 less than the X-T1, we're expecting there to be a few compromises with the X-T10. Join us as we take a closer look at Fujifilm’s newest camera to see whether it is worth the price tag.

Fujifilm X-T10 Photos and Specs Leaked

An official announcement for a Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless camera appears to be nigh, as photos and specs of the camera have just leaked onto the Web. It's reportedly a less powerful and more affordable sibling to the popular and highly regarded Fujifilm X-T1, which costs $1,200.

The Fujifilm X-T1 Globe-Trotter Kit Costs $14,000 and Comes with an iPad

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.

Rumor: Trusted Sources Report that Fuji Will Release Marginally Improved ‘X-T1b’

Usually the strange, out of the ordinary rumors come with an asterisk, a footnote that reads "anonymous source" or "new source" or something along those lines. This one, however, comes straight from two of Fuji Rumors' "trusted sources."

According to these two sources, Fujifilm is planning to release an updated version of the much-lauded X-T1, a move that would be out of the ordinary for the company.