The X100 series has been a longtime favourite of mine since I first bought the X100S in 2015, and with each review and comparison we’ve performed with the successive models, my appreciation has continued to grow. I like them because they offer a nice blend of compactness, quality and intuitive controls, a distinctive mix that […]
The X-T200 replaces the X-T100 and brings some welcome improvements that should attract somebody looking for their first camera. In fact I would say there isn’t a lot it lacks, if not some options that Fujifilm left out on purpose so as to avoid making it too competitive. The A6100 is the official successor to […]
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.
The original Leica SL (Typ 601) was launched in 2015 and was Leica’s answer to the professional mirrorless system. It featured a premium build quality, weatherproofing, two SD card slots and a fantastic viewfinder. The price, unsurprisingly, was prohibitive and uncompetitive compared to the many mirrorless models that came after it. Four years later, Leica […]