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Fujifilm Finepix XP120 review

Fujifilm’s FinePix XP120 is a waterproof camera that can dive to 20m and survive temperatures of -10c as well as drops from 1.75m. There’s a 5x / 28-140mm zoom, 3in screen and Wifi. Ken compared it to the high-end Olympus TOUGH TG5 in his review. Find out which is your ideal waterproof camera!…

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Fujifilm X100F review

Fujifilm’s X100F is a high-end compact aimed at enthusiasts and street photographers. Fourth in the X100 series, the X100F packs Fuji’s latest 24MP sensor into a fixed-lens 35mm f2 compact with a hybrid viewfinder, AF joystick and ISO dial, and as such becomes a compact fixed lens version of the X-Pro2. Check out my full review!…

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Fujifilm GFX 50S preview

The Fujifilm GFX 50S is a medium format mirrorless camera with a 51.4 Megapixel sensor that’s 1.7 times larger than the full-frame 35mm format. It’s the first model in Fujifilm’s new GFX system, aimed at photographers who want the ultimate in image quality. I’ve been shooting with a pre-production body and all three of the new lenses, so check out my Fujifilm GFX 50S sample images!…

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Fujifilm XT2 review

Fujfilm’s XT2 is a high-end mirrorless, sharing key features with the joint flagship X-Pro2. They have same 24 Megapixel sensor with its broader PDAF system, twin SD slots, AF joystick and 1/8000 shutter. The XT2 adds 4k video, a screen that angles sideways as well as vertically, custom CAF, USB charging and a new portrait grip. One of Gordon’s biggest reviews!…

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Fujifilm X-Pro2 review

Fujifilm’s X-Pro2 is the new flagship in the X-series, featuring a hybrid viewfinder, dual SD slots, weather-sealing and a new 24 Megapixel sensor with a broader array of Phase Detect AF. It’s coupled with a 1/8000 shutter, new ‘ACROS’ mono film simulation and built-in Wifi. Find out if it’s the pro mirrorless body you’ve been waiting for!…

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Fujifilm X70 review

Fujifilm’s X70 is a high-end compact which packs the quality and control of the company’s mirrorless cameras into a body that’ll just about squeeze into your pocket. The highlight is of course the X-Trans II sensor, the same 16 Megapixel APS-C sensor found in models like the XT1 and XT10, which coupled with the same…

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