Despite the X-Pro1 being Fujifilm’s very first flagship, the X-Pro series as a whole has become increasingly niche over the years, most notably since the arrival of the X-T1 and its successors. These days, if the company comes out with an important new feature, it will generally be bestowed upon an X-T model first whereas […]
For each category in Fujifilm’s X-Series line-up, there is at least one model with a protruding viewfinder at the centre and one with a flat-topped rangefinder design.
The X-T100 was an entry-level model designed to be a compact, affordable and approachable option for those considering an upgrade from smartphone photography. It retained the classic styling and many of the much-loved features of other X Series cameras but suffered from laggy autofocus performance and disappointing 4K video specifications.
– Written by Thomas Stirr It’s been a little over six months since I’ve been using the Olympus OM-D E-M1X. During this period I’ve had the opportunity to photograph a range of birds with this camera and the M.Zuiko PRO 40-150 mm f/2.8 zoom lens along with the M.Zuiko MC-20 and MC-14 teleconverters. This article […]
The Olympus OM-D E-M5 mark III is the long-awaited third generation model in the E-M5 series of mirrorless cameras. Compared to when the E-M5 II came out nearly four years ago, the enthusiast market is now far more saturated, with numerous mirrorless models being released every year. One manufacturer that has managed to retain its […]