At the top of the entry level range of Fujifilm cameras is the X-A5. It is characterised by its flat-topped design and Bayer sensor and is the camera beginners are most likely to go for thanks to its reasonable price tag. Sitting one step above is the X-T20, a mid-range model with a few more […]
The Sony FE 35mm f/2.8 was the very first native lens for Sony’s full-frame E-mount system along with the FE 55m f/1.8,. When used on full-frame bodies, it offers a moderate wide-angle whereas on APS-C bodies such as the a6300 or a6500, it becomes a standard lens with a 52.5mm equivalent field of view. It was the […]
If you are a photographer whose affection is torn between portraits and macro, I can bet you’ve asked yourself at some point: does it make more sense to use a single macro lens for both portraits and macro work, or invest in a dedicated portrait lens?
Though many regard the X-Pro1 as the quintessential X Series camera, the model that truly catapulted Fujifilm to success on the consumer market was the X-T1. Not only was it the first X Series camera to seriously target advanced users, but it also gave birth to the much-loved X-T line-up which now consists of five […]
Up until recently, anyone looking for a small, light and affordable X-Series camera was limited to the X-A series. Then, Fujifilm announced the X-T100, an entry-level model which inherits the best features from the latest X-A cameras while retaining the built-in viewfinder that characterises the X-T series. In this comparison preview, we’re going to be […]