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Fuji X-T10

Fujifilm Fujinon 23mm F2 vs F1.4

Many have already decided if the Fujinon XF23 F2 R WR or Fujinon XF23 F1.4 R is right for them, but most reviews picked the Fujinon XF23 F2 R WR over the Fujinon XF23 F1.4 R. I personally picked the F2 over the F1.4 because I prefer weather resisted lenses living in FL, but I hope that someday soon […]

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Affinity Photo for Windows is Now Available!

The Affinity Photo for Windows beta is now available with RAF support. You can get a copy here. There is a list of supported cameras below and here are some tutorial videos to get you started.

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Free Fujifilm Camera Buyers Guide

Fujifilm.au released a 43 page buyers guide if you’re having trouble deciding which X camera is right for you and would like a condensed resource to help decide.

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Which is Right For You? The Fujifilm X-T10 or X-E2S?

Fujifilm is one of the only camera manufactures currently offering similar spec rangefinder/DSLR style cameras across their lineup. Many photographers are trying to deciding between the Fujifilm X-Pro 2 and X-T2, while others are looking to enter the X system at a lower price point. The Fujifilm X-T10 and X-E2S are currently Fujifilm’s midrange cameras, which can be […]

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FUJIFILM Annual Fiscal Report 2016

Instax continues to grow, while the X system enjoyed strong sales. The Fujifilm X-T10 and X-Pro 2 were singled out as particularly strong sellers in the asian regions, while non X camera sales declined. Via Fujifilmholdings

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Fujifilm X-Photographers Behind The Frame

I just binge watched Fujifilm’s X-photographers – behind the frame series and it is compelling, but I wish they were released in batches because they are very short (about 2 minutes). If you are already a Fujifilm fan the quotes in the videos will probably resonate with you, but if you are considering switching to Fujifilm these […]

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