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Fujifilm GFX Reviews/Hands-On/Press Release
Official: Press ReleaseProduct PageSample ImagesCatalogue
Reviews/Hands-on: Damien Lovegrove, Adrian C Murray, Ivan Joshua Loh, Jonas Rask Photography, More Than Words (Part 2), The Digital TrekkerFuji Love

Fujifilm X100F Reviews/Hands-On/Press Release
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Reviews/Hands-on: Patrice MichellonMatthew Hart PhotographyIvan Joshua LohDPReviewJonas Rask PhotographyKevin MullinsValerie JardinOlaf Photo Blog, Clubsnap.com, Rum-Diary, Bjorn Moerman, Fuji Love, LaroquephotoRico Pfirstinger (High ISO)

Fujifilm X-T20 Reviews/Hands-On/Press Release
Official: Press ReleaseProduct PageSample Images, Catalog
Reviews/Hands-on: Ivan Joshua LohDPReviewBjorn Moerman, Fuji Love, Rico Pfirstinger (High ISO)

Fujifilm XF50mm F2 WR
Official: Press Release
Reviews/Hands-on: ivanjoshualohjonasraskphotographyClubsnap, FujiloveRico Pfirstinger (Bokeh)

X Series Guide

Fujifilm GFX 50S B&H Photo/Amazon/Adorama
Fujifilm X100F B&H Photo/Amazon/Adorama
Fujifilm X-T20 B&H Photo/Amazon/Adorama
Fujinon XF50 F2 WR B&H Photo/Amazon/Adorama

Fujifilm Marketing Videos Below, because there are a lot… They went a bit overboard.

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  • As a X-T10 owner for almost 6 months now the new model looks like a compelling upgrade. New sensor, improved AF system, touchscreen, 4K recording (though it’s of no importance to me) are all good things to have. The only drawback I can think of is it lacks the programmable button bellow the d-pad. And the small grip.

    • The X-Tx0 series is a great, but if you just bought the X-T10 it might be worth waiting for a “deal.” Unless you think you can sell your X-T10 easily and without losing much money. I keep recommending the X-T to my dad over his X-E.

      • I don’t strive for having the latest and greatest so I’ll probably keep the X-T10 for a few years and skip a generation or two. Honestly, I preferred the X-E2s’ looks and handling (grip) however I really wanted a tilting screen so I got the more “cramped” X-T10. Nothing a $15 half-case can’t fix 😉