Three Fujifilm Cameras Make National Geographic’s Best New Compact Cameras For Travelers List

Fujifilm’s “niche” market has grown a lot over the past few years as they figure out how best to present their cameras to different segments of the photography community. Last year National Geographic recognized the X-T3, X-Pro3, and X100F as being a top travel camera, and this year they have given 3 Fujifilm cameras the honor of being picked as The Best New Compact Cameras For Travelers for 2020.

Fujifilm X-Pro3: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

“cameras should be unassuming participants that enhance the travel experience, rather than distract from it. This camera also has the same great sensor and autofocus (AF) system as the X-T3 but in a package that further pushes Fujifilm’s film simulation ethos.”

Fujifilm X-T3: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

“This camera can go toe to toe with professional full-frame (FF) mirrorless and pro DSLRs in performance, autofocus, image quality, and handling.”

Fujifilm X100F: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

“This camera is small enough to fit inside a large pocket or a tiny camera bag and comes with a fixed 35mm-equivalent lens (you can also get two adapter lenses). The fixed lens has one of my favorite attributes—a leaf shutter. That means a remarkably quiet shutter for shooting in locations like cathedrals and the ability to sync flash with the shutter at a high speed.”

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Fujifilm X100 Owners Group

via National Geographic

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