Lomography has unveiled its latest creation on Kickstarter – the Diana Instant Square Camera. It uses Fujifilm Instax Square film, which happens to be my favorite kind of instant film currently available. [Read more…]
The new Fujifilm X-H1, announced today, is a 24.3MP APS-C format camera that captures DCI 4K video and uses Fuji’s F-Log gamma. The X-H1 is the first-ever X Series camera with 5-axis in-body image stabilization, which has a maximum of 5.5 stops, but also a flicker reduction mode which enhances the quality of indoor sports photography. [Read more…]
The Fujifilm X-A5 is a new entry-level mirrorless camera that has a 24MP APS-C sensor and an improved processor that’s 1.5x faster than its predecessor. It also sports a new Fujinon XC 15-45mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS PZ kit lens in the $599 kit and is the first Fuji lens to sport a power zoom design. The X-A5 is available with black, pink or brown grips. [Read more…]
Alongside the new Fuji X-E3, Fujifilm also introduced a pair of lenses – one for the APS-C X Series and one for the medium format GFX Series. [Read more…]
The Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 is the follow-up to the incredibly popular Instax Mini 8. The overall size, shape and look of the Mini 9 closely resemble the Mini 8; however, there are a couple additional features that make the Mini 9 a more user-friendly camera than the Mini 8 out of the box. [Read more…]
Fuji’s Instax series has been incredibly popular since it was brought back to life in the US back in 2010. Just recently, Fujifilm updated the Mini 8 by launching the Mini 9 – both of which feature the popular credit card-sized prints. Fuji previously teased us with the tidbit that it was going to give us a square format in the Instax line and now it’s here – the Instax Square SQ10. [Read more…]
B&H has the discontinued Fujifilm FP-100c peel-apart instant film in stock for $19.99. This film had previously spiked upwards of $30 per pack after the announcement of its discontinuation earlier this year. B&H says it has limited stock of the film, which prior to the discontinuation sold for around $11 per pack.
After the final run of film is out of stock, expect remaining supplies to skyrocket in price (the previously-discontinued FP-3000B goes for $40 or more now). Check out FP-100c film here at B&H Photo while it lasts.