Fujifilm's new X-T1 IR mirrorless camera is designed not for photographers, but professionals in law enforcement, medical research, fine art restoration, and surveillance. The camera is able to "see" light invisible to human eye.
Fujifilm's X-T10 mirrorless camera puts the company's best features inside a compact, lightweight body. In addition, the company has an X-T1 firmware update that improves performance, and new 90mm lens.
If you think your RAID back-ups have impressive capacity, think again! IBM and Fujifilm have managed to create a tape cartridge that can hold as much as 220TB of data at once. That's a lot of animated .gifs!
Fujifilm has rolled out firmware updates for a number of its X-series shooters. The X-E2, X-E1, and X-Pro1 all pick up some new tricks, though it's the X-T1 that gets the most attention, with an incredible 21 new features landing with the update.
In addition to a new limited-edition body option, the X-T1 Graphite Silver from Fujifilm has some technical enhancements. Plus, Fujifilm announces an upcoming firmware update for all X-T1 users, plus a new kit lens.
For fans of instant film who want larger prints, Fujifilm is releasing its Instax Wide 300 camera, which ideal for pro and amateur use. Also announced are Instax Mini 8 and Instax Mini 90 in new colors.
Fujifilm on Tuesday announced the X30 premium compact, the follow-up to the 18-month-old X20 shooter. The new $599 camera now has an electronic viewfinder, a tilting LCD monitor, and much-improved battery life.
Fujifilm's new XF 18-135mm lens has a weather-resistant construction that can withstand a variety of conditions. It offers users five more stops of image stabilization and fast autofocusing capability.