“Popular Photography Magazine New Gear: Fujifilm Deluxe X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition, Plus Two New Lenses Popular Photography Magazine Fijifilm has announced a made-over 'Deluxe' version of it's weather-resistant interchangeble lens compact DSLR...”
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“Fuji X-T1 firmware update brings a barrage of improvements TechRadar UK When Fujifilm announced its fancy X-T1 Graphite Edition, it listed three key enhancements over the regular model, including a high-speed electronic shutter, a Classic Chrome...”
“PetaPixelFuji's Classic Chrome Film Simulation Brings the Magic of Kodachrome to the ...PetaPixelAmong the new features of the newly announced Fujifilm X100T is something they call the “Classic Chrome” film setting.”
“Opinion: Why the Fujifilm X100T is about more than megapixelsAmateur PhotographerThe aperture ring now works in third-stop increments rather than whole stops, making fine exposure adjustments much easier.”
“The new Fuji XF50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR telephoto is pitched at prosTechRadar UKFuji already makes an XF 55-200mm f/3.5-4.8 'consumer' zoom, but the Fuji XF50-140mm F2.8 is designed for a much more serious type of user.”
“Digital Trends Fujifilm's new X100T premium compact camera makes manual focusing a breeze Digital Trends Eventually, the X-series also spawned the introduction of a new line of mirrorless cameras with interchangeable lenses that now consists of...”
“imaging resourceFuji X100T Review -- First Impressionsimaging resourceIn early 2013, Fujifilm introduced the X100S, a bright-lensed camera nicely aimed at the street photography niche, and a followup to the earlier Fuji X100.”
“Fuji Trolls DSLR Users with Clever 'Evolution of the Photographer' IllustrationPetaPixelFuji, like everyone else, is getting ready for a gear-packed week at Photokina, but they're doing it with a little bit of tongue-in-cheek flare.”
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