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Fujifilm X-T2 with 4K video Confirmed and No update plan for X-Pro2

At the CP+ 2016 of this year, Managers of Fujifilm – Shugo Kiryu and Shusuke Kozaki had a talk with reporters and revealed many interesting information about upcoming product launches. Whereby the Fujifilm X-T2 will be the first device can record 4K videos and do not expect 4K feature on the Fuji X Pro 2 via a firmware update. This …

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Fujifilm continues to hike prices of Photographic Films

After a 20% price hike of photographic films in last 7 months, Fujifilm has officially announced it will again continue to raise photographic film prices up to 10%, applying from 4.1.2016. The price increase is significant and it will increase by at least double digits, but will vary depending on the product, market and region. The prices will be increased …

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Fujifilm Medium Format Camera lineup Confirmed by Takashi Ueno

In an interview with the British Journal Photography magazine, Product Manager for Fujifilm Japan – Takashi Ueno has confirmed that it is considering re-launching the Fujifilm Medium Format camera. Currently, they are researching and testing sensors. As we know that the Fujifilm was one of the popular manufacturer of Medium Format camera models such as the GX680, GA645 and the …

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Fujifilm FinePix XP90 with 16.4MP CMOS Sensor, Shock and Freezeproof design, Priced at $229.95

Fujifilm FinePix XP90 is a workhorse camera by Fujifilm with resistance to freeze at -10 ° C, shockproof when dropped from a height of 1.8m, waterproof in depths of 15m and dustproof according to IP68 standards. So XP90 is Ideal for mountain biking, snowboarding, skiing, underwater and other outdoor sports activities. This is a slight upgrade from the XP80 was launched …

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Fujifilm X-E2s with Upgraded Design, Hybrid AF and Electronic Shutter officially Launched

Fujifilm X-E2s has been introduced with Fujifilm X70 and X-Pro2, a very popular Fujifilm X-E2 was launched 3 years ago has been upgraded to version X-E2s with improved performance, faster autofocus, user friendly designed with improved grip, silent electronic shutter and lower cost down to $300 when compared to older X-E2. Fujifilm X-E2s price around $699.95 for body only and …

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Fujifilm X70 with 16.3MP X-Trans III Sensor and Fujinon 18.5mm f/2.8 Lens Officially Launched

Along with the X-Pro2, Fujifilm X70 is the latest high-end compact camera with no removable wide-angle prime Fujinon 18.5mm f/2.8 lens. It has a similar design to X100 line with good image quality and advanced configuration inherited from a Fuji XT 10. Fujifilm created an extremely compact camera for both Professional or Non-professional users, and for users who travels a …

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Fujifilm X Pro 2 in Smaller size and new System Control: Leaked

A Fujirumors page just posted the first leaked images of the upcoming camera is said to be Fujifilm X Pro 2 2016 variant. It seems a Mirrorless camera with a Range Finder design, attached to a 35mm f/2 lens debuted recently.Based on the latest Fujifilm X Pro 2 news and leaked images, we can see the new camera has some changes …

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Fujifilm introduces Fujinon 35mm F/2 lens, Teleconverter 1.4X and Instax Mini 70 camera at PhotoPlus Expo 2015

At the PhotoPlus Expo 2015 in New York, Fujifilm has introduced a Fujinon 35mm F/2 R WR Lens with water resistance capabilities, along with Fujinon Teleconverter 1.4X TC WR accessories and Fujifilm Instax Mini 70 camera with X-mount mount lens. The Fujinon 35mm F/2 R WR lens for its X line mirrorless cameras with high optical quality and reasonable price. …

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Fujifilm XF35mm F2 R WR Lens: Real Leak

Fujifilm XF35mm F2 R WR Lens is for X-series compact mirrorless camera line. And we have so many actual images of this lens has appeared on the web, and source also leaked so many test shots from this lens. The Fujifilm X-series cameras using APS-C sensor, so when affixing Fuji XF 35mm F2 R lens will give the equivalent 50mm lens …

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