Fujifilm announced last month that a square instant film camera was in the works, but now the company has released a glimpse of what that camera looks like. So what does Fujifilm's square format revival look like?
Fujifilm is seeking damages from over 50 defendants alleging the sale of "gray market" products -- and it's not an uncommon occurrence. So what's up with the Fujifilm lawsuit, and how can consumers avoid a counterfeit?
Camera addicts had no shortage of new tech to drool over as Photokina 2016 brought several major announcements this week. From a 60 fps burst capture to a medium-format mirrorless, here are best cameras of Photokina.
Fujifilm and Michael Kors' Instax camera collaboration features a metallic gold finish and the legendary fashion designer's signature emblazoned on the back. It is otherwise a run-of-the-mill Instax Mini 70 camera.
Fujifilm's instant film cameras now outsell its digital options -- so the company has released a new black-and-white version for its Instax Mini cameras. Despite the mini format, the film is designed for uses like street photography.
Fujifilm X-Photographer ambassador Samuel Zeller has created a growing collection of Lightroom presets designed specifically for use with Fujifilm X-series cameras. They are built on top of Fujifilm's film simulation technology.
Located in the heart of New York's Flatiron District, Fujifilm's new Wonder Photo Shop seeks to inspire a "photo renaissance." The company's first retail space in the U.S. will offer hands-on access to key products, events, and workshops.
When Fujifilm announced the X-T2, the company promised to bring its improved autofocus to its sister camera, the X-Pro2, via firmware. Unfortunately, this won't be happening for the X-T2's other headline feature: 4K video.