Like many professional photographers, Irwin Wong, who shoots pictures for Japanese magazines, relies on digital single-lens reflex cameras for the bulk of his work - "bulk" being the operative word.
"It's a beastly camera to carry around," Wong said of his Nikon D800, which weighs 2.2 pounds, and a whole lot more when used in combination with a selection of interchangeable lenses. "You can't replace a DSLR for work. But it's just not that much fun."Over the last decade, Fujifilm was transforming itself from a maker of 35-millimeter film into a provider of digital imaging technologies.