As far as X-Series cameras go, you can’t get much more different than the flagship X-H1 and the mid-range X-E3. The X-H1 is the most robust, most advanced and unsurprisingly, most expensive Fujifilm camera to date. It is also equipped with features never before seen on an X-Series camera, the most important being 5-axis in-body stabilisation. The X-E3, […]
The concept of the mirrorless camera has changed considerably since the first models appeared on the scene a decade ago. Whereas the aim used to be to synthesise a compact form factor with high-end features, no matter the intended user base, the main objective today is to produce a range of bodies – some compact […]
Two years ago, Fujifilm announced its most popular X-Series camera to date, the X-T2. It was one of many “second generation” mirrorless cameras to hit the market that year and included characteristics one would expect from a high-end product such as a more robust housing, an improved autofocus system and 4K video. The recently announced […]
With every other company in the mirrorless segment releasing models with in-body stabilisation, many assumed that it was only a matter of time before Fujifilm followed suit. Well, it turns out that the predictions were true: the X-H1 is here and it looks like a serious competitor to other IBIS-capable models on the market today.
The Panasonic Lumix GX9 is the official successor to the GX8, even though its design and dimensions are far more reminiscent of its mid-range sibling, the Lumix GX85. They have a number of things in common such as 20MP of resolution, a 200-25600 ISO range (with pull ISO 100), 4K video up to 30fps, 4K […]