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.
A firmware update for two Fujifilm lenses was pulled offline today after the software created compatibility issues if the camera's firmware wasn't also updated. The company expects to release a corrected update later this month.
Fujifilm's new flagship offers big improvements over the X-T1, but the most surprising features come from its beefed-up video mode. This is the first X-series camera to appeal to video professionals – for reasons that go far…
The Fujifilm X-T2 features a much improved autofocus system, especially in continuous mode. But just how good is it? YouTube photography duo John & Jeong wanted to find out, so they put it up it against Nikon’s full frame D810…
Fujifilm has a new flagship mirrorless camera, the X-T2. Featuring the retro styling Fujifilm's X-series is known for, the X-T2 uses the new 4K-capable X-Trans CMOS III sensor and a faster, more accurate autofocus system.
The faster and more accurate autofocus introduced with the X-T2 will make its way to the X-Pro2 via a firmware update. Unfortunately, X-Pro2 users will have to wait until October to get it. Fujifilm also revealed plans for three new XF…
A longstanding rumor received new fuel this week when it was reported that Fujifilm plans to launch a mirrorless medium-format system in September at Photokina. If true, it would offer an alternative to Hasselblad's new X1D.
Fujifilm's Instax Share SP-2 is the company's latest mobile printer that works with smartphones and tablets to make instant prints. Fujifilm says it is faster and quieter, and offers better image quality.