Fujifilm Won Two 2022 EISA Awards

Fujifilm X-T30II:
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For photographers who’d like to buy a capable camera at an attractively low price, Fujifilm’s X-T30 II is a stand-out choice. It delivers the same great image quality as Fujifilm’s more expensive models, with particularly attractive JPEG colour rendition directly from the camera. The compact and lightweight metal body offers a good array of external manual controls. It also brings some welcome upgrades over the original X-T30, including a higher resolution screen, updated autofocus system, and separate settings and menus for stills and video shooting. Most importantly, it’s a pleasure to shoot with and delivers excellent results.

Fujinon XF 33mm f/1.4 R LM WR
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With this bright normal lens for its APS-C X-system, Fujifilm offers a lens with no real weak spots. Its bright aperture allows for super sharp photos and video in all lighting conditions, while digital in-camera processing corrects residual aberrations. A nine-blade aperture helps to deliver perfect bokeh, while the quick and silent linear autofocus motor and absence of focus breathing makes the lens just as suitable for video as it is for stills photography. Details like a locking manual aperture ring and comprehensive weather sealing combine to make the FUJINON XF 33mm F1.4 R LM WR a perfect standard lens.

Tamron 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di III-A VC VXD:
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This is a fantastic lens for users of Fujifilm and Sony APS-C mirrorless cameras who want to travel without a bag full of lenses. The wide zoom range, equivalent to 27-450mm in full-frame terms, gives the possibility to take photos and record movies in every kind of situation, from landscapes to distant details or wildlife. Furthermore, the effective ‘Vibration Compensation’ mechanism helps take sharp photos in low light conditions. With the minimum focus distance of 0.15m at the 18mm wide end and with high magnification (1:2), this lens is also very useful for close-up photography.

via Photorumors, EISA

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