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What would it take to make you give up your DSLR? It might be easier than you think. See why mirrorless might be the best way to go!
The 16-megapixel Fuji X-E2 is the middle child in Fujifilm's "X" family of MILC models, but it's more than a just cosmetic update of the X-E1.
Fujifilm thinks it can replace your heavy, bulky DSLR with its FinePix HS20. Sure, the HS20 packs a 30x optical zoom punch and offers continuous shooting at 8 fps. But[...]
With its 12x zoom, the Fujifilm FinePix S1000fd is almost small enough to qualify as a "pocket ultrazoom." Unfortunately, this tiny camera struggles to make a big impression.
Is Corel's new AfterShot Pro software really in the same digital photo editing league as Adobe Lightroom and Apple's Aperture?
With its retro styling and fixed lens design, the Fuji X100s is sure to be a hit. We love the camera's image quality and fast AF.
The Fujifilm FinePix HS10 offers a 30x telephoto zoom reach. Does the rest of the camera's feature set keep up with that big lens? Check out our HS10 review for[...]
Fuji's F800 offers users a 16 MP EXR CMOS sensor, 20x zoom and a 3-inch LCD screen. It is easily carried and has a nice, sleek design. Learn all about[...]
What good is a durable camera if it doesn’t take great images? Even if it only costs $200 at launch, the Fuji XPx170 should provide a bit more for the[...]
As far as point-and-shoots go, the Fuji Finepix F800 EXR is a “nice” device, according to the experts at DigitalCameraReview. Yes, it’s expensive and produces slightly soft images, but its[...]
The Fujifilm J10 and J50 are the latest affordable offerings from the manufacturer, sporting a familiar set of features with a few distinguishing touches. Though the midnight announcement from Fuji[...]
Fujifilm touts the FinePix S200EXR as a rival to any entry-level DSLR. They aren't kidding. Packing a Super CCD EXR sensor and a 14.3x zoom range, the S200EXR is every[...]
No "gourmet food" scene modes, no smile detection. Just a serious camera for serious shooters. The Fujifilm X-Pro1 leaves the auto modes to the point-and-shoots; instead you'll find a classic[...]
The 9 megapixel Fujifilm Finepix S9100 is the top of the line "point and shoot" from Fujifilm. A 10.7x manual optical zoom lens along with a full set of[...]
Fuji's XP170 is a camera designed for extreme adventurists to capture pictures no matter how cold, wet, sandy or dangerous their fun may be.
The Fujifilm X100 has it all - a retro rangefinder look and feel, a fixed 23mm f/2 lens and a 12 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor designed specifically for the lens.[...]
Sure, it might be easy to dismiss the Fujifilm Z800EXR as just another good-looking ultra-compact with a touch screen. Don't judge too quickly, though, because the Z800 uses Fuji's powerful[...]
One look at the Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP and it's obvious that this camera is having more fun than you are. Fujifilm calls it the world's smallest waterproof camera, and they[...]
Drawing heavily on its predecessor, the Fujifilm FinePix S8100fd isn't exactly an "all new" model. Is this second-generation camera capable of a first-tier performance?
Has Fuji really upped the ante with their latest budget-minded Z-series release, the Fujifilm FinePix Z20fd?