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Fuji X100V Update Lets You Push the Camera to Higher Temps Before it Overheats

Fujifilm has released an interesting update for the fixed-lens X100V. After users complained that the new camera was unexpectedly shutting off due to overheating issues, the company has added an "Auto Power Off Temp" option in the menu that actually lets you set the temperature level at which your camera will overheat and turn off.

The Fuji X100V: Falling In Love All Over Again

Every time Fuji releases a new camera I feel like this is the generation that will let me leave Canon behind. I had the same hopes and eventual disappointments with the XT2 and the XT3. Inevitably, I would realize full frame always beats out crop frame, that high ISOs and battery life can’t be matched, that Fuji was just not good enough to beat my Canons.

Comparing All Five Fuji X100 Cameras Side-by-Side

Photographer and YouTuber Matt Granger has released an informative side-by-side comparison of all five of Fuji's X100 cameras—from the original X100 to the brand new X100V. If you're wondering which of the five cameras is the best value, this is a great place to start.

The Evolution of Fujifilm X Series Shutter Sounds

Want to hear how the shutter sounds of Fujifilm's X Series mirrorless cameras have changed over the years? Fuji employee nycphotog2006 made this short 5-minute video that compares the sounds of the X-T1, X-T2, X-T3, X-T4, and X-H1.

3 Weeks with the New Fujifilm X100V

Over three years ago, I tested out the Fuji X100F and was introduced to the pleasantries of carrying around a capable point and shoot. Today’s agenda is the fifth installment of Fujifilm’s X100 line of cameras: the Fuji X100V.

Fuji X-T4 with IBIS Will Be Announced Next Month: Report

While rumors and releases of new cameras from Nikon and Canon have been swirling over the past several months, Fuji has remained relatively quiet. No more. Recent reports indicate that a replacement to the Fuji X-T3 is coming very soon, and it won't be the only camera announced.