Jason’s Newsround: How many megapixels does it take to exceed the resolution of your...

The sensor resolution of modern digital cameras continues to grow, but at what point will they exceed the resolving power of the human eye?

Fujifilm announces new medium-format and APS-C cameras

Two new Fujifilm cameras, the GFX100S Mark II and the X-T50 are announced today. The medium-format GFX features a 102 megapixel sensor, which is approximately 1.7 times larger than a 35mm full-frame sensor. In, the new X-T50 is a true lightweight at 438g.

Jason’s Newsround: Lies, damn lies, rumours, and statistics

Camera gear addicts love a good camera gear rumour, especially if it's about a long-awaited, highly-desirable piece of kit. This week, we've got a few to share.

Jason’s Newsround: We’ve got the perfect camera for stealthy street photography

Jason's Newsround from Macfilos.com: The stealthiest-ever street camera hits the range…
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Jason’s Newsround: Leica M reimagined, new show venues, Ricoh’s new GR III HDF cameras

In this week's news round, we look at the Leica M reimagined, a bold take on bringing the rangefinder up to date. There are new venues for two British photographic events, details of a toy camera that could make a fun present for any photographer, and a glimpse of a new collapsible 50mm f/2 lens for M-Mount. Plus, Fujifilm tells us that without the success of the X100, the company could have been in a difficult position. Finally, we look at all the wild rumours of a revolutionary Leica D-Lux 8. Sorry, but we don't think they are true.

Fuji X100VI Limited Edition: Ballot for the 110 cameras allocated to the UK

The Fuji X100VI Limited Edition, celebrating Fujifilm's 90th anniversary in 2024, is to be the subject of a ballot to choose Britain's lucky 110 buyers. With only 1,934 units worldwide, the Limited Edition will be in massive demand everywhere, transcending the already strong debut of the standard model…

Vintage digital cameras are back. But some new models have become unobtainable

In this week's news round up, we hear about the fascination with compact digital cameras from yesteryear, as well as the hurdles to getting your hands on the latest and greatest kit

All the action from the Leica world: people, gatherings, cameras, firmware updates, and deals!

This week's news round is dominated by all the goings-on in the Leica world. If you fancy a weekend getaway with fellow enthusiasts, here's your chance. Or, if you would like to buy some used Leica gear with zero-interest financing, head to Mayfair. Perhaps you've already picked up a new SL3 or Sofort. In that case, we have some news for you. And if you would like to know what's going on beyond the Leica world, don't worry, Ricoh, Fujifilm, Panasonic, and Lomography all get a mention too.

Fujifilm X100VI Announcement: Latest generation of a highly regarded Leica alternative

Fuji has just announced the X100VI. Does the latest version of its excellent fixed-focal length APS-C camera represent a significant upgrade to its predecessor?

APS-C cameras: The world keeps on turning after the death of the Leica CL

Leica has left the APS-C camera market with the discontinuation of the CL. But the assumption that a sensor size between Micro Four Thirds and full-frame has not future proved wrong.

Top ten Macfilos articles in the first two months of 2023

The most-read Macfilos articles during the first two months of 2023: New model news, M4 and older stories get a new lease of life...

Fujifilm X-T5 vs Leica Q2: Which is the better choice?

Is the new Fujifilm X-T5 capable of taking on the mighty Leica Q2? Steve Frankel thinks so, and this is why...