Fujifilm’s compact mirrorless shooter has a big 24.3MP APS-C sensor, and a fixed 23mm f/2 prime lens for incredible image quality. It’s got a slick hybrid optical/digital rangefinder, and a precise and whip-fast new autofocus system. Available in classic silver or black.
Fujifilm builds on its beloved rugged mirrorless camera. The X-T2 has a new 24.3MP CMOS sensor, a significantly improved hybrid autofocus with 325 AF points, a 3″ LCD with three-way tilt, 4K video capability and an optional battery grip.
The X100T’s little brother. The new X70 has the same 16.3MP APS-C sensor, a new 18.5mm F2.8 wide-angle fixed lens, film simulation filters, a 180º tilting LCD touchscreen and a light and compact retro body.
The XT-10 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera is a lighter, slimmer and significantly more affordable version of the popular XT-1. It has the same 16MP image sensor and processor, a crisp EVF and new autofocus settings.
The Fujifilm X30 has the same 12MP 2/3″ sensor, image processor and lens as its predecessor. It adds a beefier battery, an EVF with exposure previews and a programmable lens ring for more manual control. More here.
Fujifilm’s new interchangeable lens camera sports a classic SLR look and feel, as evidenced by its multitude of physical knobs and switches. The X-T1 is also dust- and water-resistant, and has an OLED viewfinder that aids in focusing.
The most compact and affordable member of Fujifilm’s mirrorless cameras. The X-M1 has the same 16.3mp CMOS sensor as the X-Pro 1 and X-E1. It also has a 3″ tiltable LCD and the ability to transfer images wirelessly.