The Fujifilm X-H1 is the flagship model in the X-Series line-up. It is the largest APS-C camera designed by Fuji and is the first model to introduce 5-axis stabilisation. It has more advanced features for video including the Eterna film simulation mode, a bitrate of 200 Mbps and other settings. It shares many characteristics with the […]
Updated on: May 5th, 2019 Comparing Sony with Fujifilm is always an interesting exercise because the two companies have opposite approaches when it comes to designing cameras. The current line-up couldn’t be a better example: Sony uses the same body to embed different kinds of technology, whereas Fujifilm has different bodies that share the same […]
The Fujifilm X-A5 replaced the X-A3 as the latest entry-level model in the X-A range of X Series cameras. Although it bears a strong resemblance to the high-end models thanks to its retro design, there are fewer manual dials and the interface is more beginner friendly, not to mention that it is much more affordable. Like […]
Update on: July 2nd, 2018 All camera manufacturers have a range of entry-level models that target newcomers to photography, and in the case of Fujifilm, this is the X-A series. The latest cameras in this range are characterised by their standard Bayer sensor (as opposed to the X-Trans type used on mid and high-end models), […]
The Fujifilm X-Pro1 was the very first mirrorless interchangeable lens camera in the Fujifilm X Series. Announced in early 2012, it is characterised by its classic rangefinder design, APS-C sized X-Trans CMOS sensor, and hybrid optical/electronic viewfinder. Exactly four years after its release, it was succeeded by the highly anticipated X-Pro2.