Fujifilm

  • Fujifilm X-Pro1 Finally Gets Pricing: $1700, Plus $600 Each For Lenses

    Fujifilm X-Pro1 Finally Gets Pricing: $1700, Plus $600 Each For Lenses

    Well, that’s the end of that dream for me. I was really looking forward to owning one of these lovely little cameras, but Fujifilm has just gone and priced it right out of my range. Amazon has put up its pre-order pages for the camera and its lenses, and the earlier rumors were true: the camera sells for $1700 body-only, and the lenses aren’t cheap, either: $600 for the 18mm and… Read More

  • Fujifilm Makes The Glorious X-Pro1 Official (But Still No Price)

    Fujifilm Makes The Glorious X-Pro1 Official (But Still No Price)

    The veil has already been lifted on Fujifilm’s new semi-pro interchangeable-lens compact thanks to a French magazine with an itchy printer finger, but here at CES, the camera has just been made official and all the gaps in our information have been filled. Check out the official confirmation and some new specs inside. Read More

  • Fujifilm’s New X-Pro1 Leaked Along With Some Lovely Lenses

    Fujifilm’s New X-Pro1 Leaked Along With Some Lovely Lenses

    We just wrote up Fujifilm’s CES lineup of normal point-and-shoots, and I noted that there was no sign of the interchangeable-lens X-series camera we saw leaked in prototype form a while back. I expected it to show at CES proper, but it seems that Fuji didn’t want to spoil the surprise by putting the news out early. Luckily for us, someone else did! French photo magazine Réponses… Read More

  • Fujifilm Reveals 19 New Cameras For CES – Here Are Some Of Them

    Fujifilm Reveals 19 New Cameras For CES – Here Are Some Of Them

    The compulsion in camera makers to release a dozen or more cameras at a time is understandable, I guess. Get ’em all out of the way so the PR company isn’t always worrying about this or that release date, embargo time, or what have you. But for your humble blogger, it is something of a trial. In this case Fujifilm has revealed their CES lineup of point-and-shoots, and there are no… Read More

  • Review: Fujifilm X10

    Review: Fujifilm X10

    Short version: A stylish and fun alternative to the likes of the Canon G12 and Nikon P7000. It’s not the quickest on the draw, and the build quality is obviously a step down from its elder brother, the X100, but image quality is good and operation is straightforward. It’s got a great lens and after a little familiarization could be quite versatile. While it compares decently with… Read More

  • TC Gadgets Weekly Webcast: Galaxy Tab 8.9

    TechCrunch Gadgets Webcast: The Standing Desk

    This week we bring you the Fujifilm X10, the Galaxy Tab 8.9, and my new standing desk. The standing desk, incidentally, is my second desk, which puts me firmly in the 1% camp when it comes to home workstations. Read More

  • Pictures Of Fujifilm’s EVIL Camera Leaked – It Looks Fantastic

    Pictures Of Fujifilm’s EVIL Camera Leaked – It Looks Fantastic

    Fujifilm’s retro-styled X100 threw the photography world into a loop with its combination of retro styling, serious photo chops, and the actually innovative “hybrid viewfinder.” I had my issues with it, but it still hits me right in my retro-bone, and I look forward to the future installments in the X-line. Which brings us to today’s news. Pictures have leaked of the… Read More

  • FinePix REAL 3D V3: Fujifilm’s Naked-Eye 3D Photoframe Supports 3D Playback From Other Devices

    FinePix REAL 3D V3: Fujifilm’s Naked-Eye 3D Photoframe Supports 3D Playback From Other Devices

    Digital photo frames are a dime a dozen nowadays, and recently, 3D models have been popping up, too. Fujifilm today announced the FinePix REAL 3D V3, a so-called “digital viewer” that displays pictures in 3D and doesn’t require users to wear glasses. The company says its new device is the first in the world to support 3D movie and picture playback and compatibility to other… Read More

  • Fujifilm’s X-Series EVIL Camera To Be “Premium,” Not Micro Four Thirds

    Fujifilm’s X-Series EVIL Camera To Be “Premium,” Not Micro Four Thirds

    Fujifilm’s X100 captivated the photography world during its hype period, and though it wasn’t the ultimate camera some expected (I loved the device but took issue with its controls), it represents an interesting new brand strategy for the company. But they’re still figuring it out. The cheaper but still cool X10 is the logical mid-range version, though the X-S1 superzoom… Read More

  • Fujifilm Makes The X10 High-End Compact Official

    Fujifilm Makes The X10 High-End Compact Official

    Earlier this week, I posted a review of the Fujifilm X100, a unique and highly-anticipated camera that, while compelling, I felt simply wasn’t living up to its own promises. But we’ve been hearing rumors for weeks about a model for half the price that offers the same styling and high quality build, but compromises on sensor size and omits the sweet hybrid rangefinder/EVF. Fujifilm… Read More

  • Review: Fujifilm X100

    Review: Fujifilm X100

    A unique and powerful camera hampered by uneven attention to detail and an inadequate menu system. For a camera so strongly and effectively focused on going back to basics, the legacy of ugly menus, slow focus, and chintzy dials seems especially out of place. In this case, beauty truly only is skin deep. Except for the fabulous lens and sensor, I should say. Read on for our somewhat… Read More

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