A minor update to Fujifilm’s compact, 26-megapixel APS-C-format camera with higher monitor resolution and expanded buffer capacity for continuous shooting.
A medium format rival for the pro-level ‘full frame’ DSLR and mirrorless cameras, the Fujifilm GFX 50S Mark II is smaller, lighter, and has a lower price tag than the current pro DSLRs.
Fujifilm’s standard prime lens delivers excellent performance and versatility in a compact, lightweight and competitively-priced package.
The latest addition to Fujifilm’s GFX medium format camera system, the GFX 50S Mark II arrives in late September, along with a new GF35-70mm f/4.5-5.6 WR kit lens.
The fourth model in Fujifilm’s popular X-E series of rangefinder cameras is the first with the 26-megapixel X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and quad-core processor.
The fourth medium-format mirrorless camera in Fujifilm’s GFX System offers 102-megapixel resolution and IBIS in a DSLR-shaped and- sized camera body.
The new flagship model in the X Series family introduces in-body image stabilisation and a vari-angle LCD screen plus a higher-capacity battery.
The fifth-generation model in Fujifilm’s popular X100 Series of premium compact cameras features robust weather resistance plus the same sensor and processor as the new X-T4.
The long-awaited third-generation model in Fujifilm’s eight-year-old X-Pro series offers higher resolution, better autofocusing and redesigned user controls.
Fujifilm’s highest-resolution medium-format camera is also the first with in-body image stabilisation and support for DCI 17:9 and UHD 16:9 4K video recording.