Fujifilm has announced that it has launched its Smart Publishing API (Application Programming Interface) that will help mobile developers earn revenue from photo-related applications.
Fujifilm reveals a lens roadmap for upcoming XF series lenses designed for the X-Pro1 interchangeable lens camera.
After some anticipation, the M-mount adapter for the Fujifilm X-Pro1 is confirmed.
Fuji has announced a new waterproof digital camera, the FinePix XP170, which combines rugged protection with WiFi capability.
Fujifilm reps confirm pricing for the new X-Pro1 camera body and three new XF lenses.
Fujifilm did not come up short on camera announcements at this year's CES. The launch that towered over nearly 20 point-and-shoots was the X-Pro1 ILC. We spent some one-on-one time with the sleek new X camera, take a look at all the photo evidence.
Fujifilm launched the X-Pro1 interchangeable lens camera at a press conference today at CES. It offers a new X-mount and X-Trans CMOS 16 megapixel sensor and three brand new XF lenses.
Poker? Slots? Magic shows with high production values? Not as exciting as what's going on inside the Las Vegas Convention Center this week. It's CES time again and we're taking a look ahead at the big show.
While the X-S1 will garner the most attention, Fujifilm launches a full roster of point-and-shoot cameras just prior to CES 2012. Fuji covers all of its bases from the HS30 EXR ultrazoom to the rugged XP150 and everything in between.
The Fujifilm F600EXR is a souped compact ultrazoom, sporting a powerful EXR sensor and a 15x optical zoom lens. We're just scraping the surface of this feature-rich compact with our first impressions and sample images.
We stopped by the Fujifilm booth today at Photoplus to get our greedy little hands on the X10. It might be the X100's little brother, but it generated a lot of interest at the show with an f/2-2.8 Fujinon lens, optical viewfinder, 2/3 EXR CMOS sensor and chic retro styling. Here are our hands-on impressions and photos.
PhotoPlus is not the biggest photography trade show, and it doesn't offer the glitz and celebrities of other events held in places like Las Vegas. Held this week in New York, it is a key event for pro photographers and enthusiasts. DCR is there this week to report on activities.
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