Fujifilm has introduced a new camera under their X Series of advanced digicams. Called the X-E1, this new cam takes a lot of the good stuff from the X-Pro1 mirrorless camera that the company released earlier this year, and packed it into a smaller cam with a cheaper price tag.
Fujifilm has just announced the FinePix XP170, another one of those rugged cams that’s built to take a hit (or drop), a dive, and survive cold temperatures and dusty conditions. It does come with a unique feature that makes it handy in a world where almost everyone rocks a smartphone: it features built-in wireless connectivity
Fujifilm has already revealed that they’re planning to launch a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera in 2012, but that’s pretty much all we know about it. A fresh leak revealed a number of critical details though, including what the camera’s going to look like… more or less.
They’ve been teasing it and showing it around since last year, but it really wasn’t “officially official” just yet. But it’s official now. Fujifilm has (finally) officially introduced the FinePix X100, and it should start shipping in March. In a nutshell, this old-looking new cam is an enthusiast’s compact, featuring a 12-megapixel DSLR-grade APS-C sensor,
Fujifilm just unveiled the XP30 rugged cam, which is basically an update of their existing XP10. The body dimensions are pretty similar, but this one’s improved with a 14-megapixel sensor and 720p video recording. The level of protection is also similar to the XP10, with a body that’s built to take dips in up to