I’ve always had a soft spot for Fujifilm‘s X-series of digital cameras. Well, not so much the X-A, but definitely the X-T, X-H and X100. It’s that sexy combination of old-school good looks, excellent image quality and physical dials that give their cameras that X-factor, so to speak.
And today, I got to check out the latest entry into their line of X-T cameras. It’s called the X-T3 and I’m absolutely smitten.
Finally, a Fujifilm X-series camera with a screen that flips out to the side. I feel like my prayers have finally been answered with Fuji’s launch of the X-T100. But, with it designed to fit between the basic X-A5 and the more premium X-T20, there have been a number of trade-offs that had to be made to keep the price low.
Fujifilm Malaysia just launched their version of a selfie expert. No, it’s not a smartphone, obviously. It’s a camera. The successor of their previous mirrorless camera for the selfie generation, the X-A3. This is the Fujifilm X-A5. Don’t ask me what happened to 4, we don’t talk about that.
I don’t think I’ve been this excited for a camera since the day I got my hands on my Fujifilm X100S. For the longest time, I was eyeing its interchangeable lens brother, the X-T10, but now I think I’ve found the camera I truly want.
It’s Fujifilm’s brand new X-T20 and it looks amazing. TL;DR? It’s probably going to make a lot of X-T2 users feel a tad annoyed.
Fujifilm Malaysia just launched their latest Fujifim X-A3 mirrorless camera that they say is designed for the selfie generation. It comes with several features designed to help you take the perfect selfie.
The question I have is: Do you really need a mirrorless APS-C camera with interchangeable lenses to capture selfies?
If you guys love instant cameras like Instax but don’t want to carry an extra camera, there’s good news because Fujifilm Malaysia has launched their brand new Instax Share SP-2 smartphone printer that can print instant film photos from your smartphone.
Ok this has nothing to do with the local mobile scene, mobile phones or gadgets related to it but we sure think it deserves a post.
We have to admit, up until now we didn’t knew such a device exist. After all, 3D is just finding its way into TV sets and considering the investment you have to make to get the full 3D experience, we’d think that it will be at least another couple of years before 3D technology trickles down to consumer devices like point and shoot cameras.
But that doesn’t seem to be the case, what you’re looking at, ladies and gents, is the FujiFilm FinePix Real 3D W1 and yes, it is a full on 3D point and shoot camera that takes pictures and videos in 3D.
This 10MP camera packs two lenses with 3x optical zoom and a 2.8in 3D LCD monitor. The monitor is a true marvel of display technology displaying 3D pictures without the need of special 3D glasses. We’re talking about really cutting edge technology here but as with any new technology making its debut, the FinePix Real 3D is not without its setbacks.
Three more shots of the FujiFilm FinePix Real 3D W1 and a link to the camera’s official product site after the jump.