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Does Fujifilm Produce Too Few Cameras on Purpose?

In early May, Fujifilm released its latest financial results, which PetaPixel covered at the time. However, while an addendum Q&A segment didn't warrant focus then, it has gotten considerable attention online in the last few days.

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Reviewing Every Fujifilm X100 Camera Ever Made

When the Fujifilm X100 first hit the market it took the world by storm. A pocket-sized camera with stellar good looks and a retro-inspired control scheme, it was instantly coveted by photographers aplenty. We wanted to take a retrospective look at the X100 series from the beginning and give you the low-down on the upgrades and quirks over the years.

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Fujifilm XF 16-50mm f/2.8-4.8 Review: A Lot To Live Up To

The Fujifilm XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS was truly a legendary kit lens. It broke the stereotype of bare-bones kit lenses that came packaged with slow apertures and pedestrian optics. I say was because it now must make way for a new lens to take center stage. The new Fujifilm XF 16-50mm f/2.8-4.8 has very big shoes to fill indeed.

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Hands-On With The Fujifilm X-T50: An X-T5 Lite, or Something More?

Fujifilm is consistently updating its line of mirrorless cameras to make use of the latest film simulation modes and sensor technology. It is no surprise, then, that it has released a 40-megapixel version of its insanely popular X-T double-digit line to bring high resolution to an affordable platform: the X-T50.

A close-up shot of a Fujifilm GFX100S camera with a large lens resting on a rock, with a blurred background of trees and water. The PetaPixel logo and the words "Hands-On" are displayed in the top left corner. A person with a beard is looking at the camera.

Hands-On with the Fujifilm GFX 100S II: Medium Format for the Masses

The first Fujifilm GFX 100S had my favorite form factor of any GFX camera due to its take-anywhere size. I loved the smaller body design of the latest GFX 100 II, and of course all the improvements to autofocus and film simulation modes as well as an emphasis on faster shooting and video. But it was only a matter of time before the latest improvements transferred over to the GFX 100S line and the wait is now over.

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The New Fujifilm X-T50 is More Than a (Very) Pretty Face

The Fujifilm X-T50 combines the classic camera styling of the wildly popular X100VI with the flexibility of an interchangeable lens X Series camera. It is designed for burgeoning photographers who prioritize style over top-of-the-line performance. However, make no mistake: the X-T50 is much more than a baby X-T5.

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The XF 16-50mm f/2.8-4.8 R LM WR is Fujifilm’s New Kit Lens

As hinted at earlier this year in Tokyo, Fujifilm is moving on from the 18-55mm f/2.8-4 lens -- which has achieved legendary status among kit lenses -- in favor of the new, sharper 16-50mm f/2.8-4.8 R LM WR. Fujifilm promises the new 16-50mm is better for its high-resolution cameras.

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Fujifilm X100VI Review: Joy Masquerading as a Camera

It is highly unlikely that you have not heard of the Fujifilm X100VI. Similarly, you've probably seen some polarizing discourse around it. For some reason, it's seemingly only appropriate to love this camera or dunk on it. There is no in between.

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Fujifilm Sues Eastman Kodak for Patent Infringement

Two longtime stalwarts of the film photography industry, Fujifilm and Eastman Kodak, are poised to battle it out in the courts as Fujifilm Corporation filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Eastman Kodak Company in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.

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The Fujifilm Instax Mini 99 is a Lot of Fun

I haven’t used an instant camera in a very long time, and I must admit that when the new Fujifilm Instax Mini 99 showed up I was a little flippant about it. After my time with it, I'm happy to admit I was wrong.