Alongside the new X-A2, Fuji announced the XQ2 compact camera, which follows the popular XQ1. The new Fuji XQ2 sports a 12MP 2/3″ X-Trans CMOS II sensor with phase detection AF and the EXR Processor II that delivers fast AF speeds up to 0.06s. [Read more…]
The Fuji X-A2 was just announced and features a 16.3MP APS-C sensor with a tilting LCD that lets you rotate it to be viewable from the front of the camera. It’s a “selfie” feature according to Fuji.
The X-A2 is the latest in the Fuij X-series mirrorless camera line and ships with a new Fuji XC 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS zoom lens, which Fuji claims delivers 3.5-stops of camera shake reduction. The X-A2 also features a new AF system, built-in WiFi and captures 1080p video. [Read more…]
Holy cow! 2014 blew right by us. There were so many great new cameras and photo gear accessories released in 2014. Just a couple that stick out are the Sony A7S and Panasonic GH4, which were the first two real 4K-capable prosumer cameras to hit the market. Then Panasonic stepped up the 4K game with the pocketable LX100 and the superzoom FZ1000. [Read more…]
Fuji has announced two new Macro Extension Tubes for its X-Series cameras. The new extension tubes are the MCEX-11 and MCEX-16 feature electronic contacts to maintain normal AE functions and blend in with the overall X-Series aesthetics.
The new extension tubes should be available mid-December for $99.95. You should be able to find them soon here at B&H Photo.
Last week, I shared how one pro photographer switched from Nikon to Sony’s mirrorless cameras. But Sony isn’t the only mirrorless camera maker that is firing on all cylinders.
Photographer Lukas Gisbert-mora recently switched from Nikon’s DSLR system to Fuji’s X-Series with the new Fuji X-T1. He’s been a Nikon user for 15 years and after 3 months and 20,000 photos with the X-T1, he switched completely to the Fuji X-T1. [Read more…]
On the spec side, the RX100 II leads the way with a larger 1″ sensor and higher resolution at 20.1MP. The Fuji X30 has a 2/3″ sensor and 12MP resolution. He covers ergonomics of the two cameras as well and gives quite a bit of attention to the electronic viewfinders. Check out the video above for the full report.