Without a doubt the Fujifilm FinePix X100 was one of the most beautiful cameras Fuji has ever produced, however the large price tag of over $1000+ has left many consumers wondering why they shouldn't instead pick up a cheaper Sony Alpha NEX-5 or other micro-four-thirds camera. As if bending to consumer desires Fuji have released the pocket friendly (in more ways than one) Fujifilm X10. Though not a micro-four-thirds camera itself, this tiny compact camera has an exceptionally versatile high-definition Fujinon F2.0 wide-angle to F2.8 telephoto, 4x manual zoom lens (28-112mm) lens.
Have you been anticipating the release of the Fujifilm X100 as much as I have? There's been a huge gap in the market for a camera like this for much too long. It used to be the case where if you wanted to take creative shots and experiment with things like focus and dynamic range, you had no choice but to buy an DSLR camera. There were attempts at introducing pocket sized creative cameras but these fell short because of poor sensors. With the X100, Fuji have promised to change this. The design of the Fuji X100 is very striking and the reason that most people fall in love with it at first glance.
Are you a person who like taking photos but is afraid to carry around a good camera for fear of breaking it? Activities like trekking, rafting, mountain climbing etc. are not exactly ideal for bringing your camera, but they're perfect opportunities to get some great shots. The solution for this is to get your hands on the FinePix XP10 from Fujifilm. The FinePix XP10 belongs to a special category of cameras that are termed “super-tough” because they can withstand water, freezing, shock and dust.
Many of us that love photography find ourselves in quite the dilemma when we find that we have outgrown our point and shoot cameras. Digital SLR cameras take a really long time to learn how to use, can be quite fiddly and overly bulky, to top that off you need to spend hundreds of dollars on accessories, especially lenses. However, there are some great cameras that can fill the gap between DSLRs and point and shoot, the most impressive of which we’ve seen so far is the Fujifilm FinePix S1800, a 12megapixel digital camera with 18x wide angle lens.
The Fujifilm FinePix S5800 is an amazing camera and well worth its price tag. It’s perfect for those who want the manual controls of an SLR camera but don’t want to fork out a fortune. It’s an 8 megapixel camera with a 10X optical zoom lens.
The upgrade of last year’s S8000fd the Fujifilm Finepix S8100fd now has a 10 megapixel sensor as well as the same amazing 18X optical zoom lens. This baby packs no less than three lenses worth of optical power which produces amazing macro and zoom photos.
This is without a doubt, one of the best investments you can possibly make this year in a point and shoot compact digital camera. The fujifilm finepix F50 is a whopper of a camera (not in size) with it's magnificent 12 Mega Pixels! And this digital camera might not be as expensive as you think!...