Many were wondering if this would be the year, the year that Canon slips from the #2 spot in Full Frame and APS-C camera sales in the USA, and it has been shown that in fact, no, it would be not this year.
Today firmware updates were released today for the Fujifilm X-T2, X-T20, and GFX-50s. As well, the company launched the Mac version of their new X RAW Studio image processing software.
National Geographic recently ranked their Top 10 Compact Cameras for Travelers and notably, Fujifilm led the rankings with three cameras in the top 10. In fact, the Fujifilm X-T2 was the top overall recommendation for the ‘traveler who wants the best model overall.
Well, the time has come for us to start doing our end of the year posts and one way we are planning to do that is with these ‘ultimate guide’ posts. On the docket for today is Fujifilm, which in many ways had a break out year with the introduction of the X-T20 and X-E3, the lower cost alternatives to their professional focuses X-T2 and X-Pro2.
Fujifilm just launched their fall savings, and that means some major deals on all of their current lineup of cameras and lenses - yes, even the GFX gear. The list of deals is stupid long, so here are our picks for the top 5 XF lens deals right now, but make sure to scroll down the post a bit further for the full fujifilm deal listing. Believe us, you won't want to miss this!
If you have ever used a Fujifilm camera over the last several years, you will know how integral the d-pad has been to the control layout of the camera. Not only was this how you would navigate the menus, but this was also a whole array of function buttons that you could set in the menu.
One of the biggest enigmas surrounding the Fujifilm X-Pro2 is the omission of 4K video. Initially, it seemed that this was to do with not having the necessary heat sink to dissipate the heat produced like the X-T2 was able to have, and that reasoning made a lot of sense.
Fujifilm has been running a deal on their last generation cameras like the X-T1, X-T10 and X100T for a while now. But we just got wind of some new savings on their latest generation cameras including the X-T20 and X-A3.
In general for the longest time if you wanted to have the fastest and most accurate autofocus you had to drop some major cash on a Canon or Nikon flagship camera. Simply put, smaller and more affordable cameras just couldn't keep up.
Are you ready to upgrade from that basic mirrorless kit that you bought to learn photography with? Advanced amateurs make a large portion of the photography marketplace, yet most guides and gear roundups seem to favor people in the beginners or professional category.
So in a day with filled with major announcements regarding the GFX and X100 series cameras, Fujifilm has also dropped their latest X-T line camera and more details about the previously named 50mm F/2.