FujiFilm X20: The unique retro travel camera still impresses

Jason discovered an old flame lurking in a second-hand camera shot. And the unique X20 still impresses…..

Fuji X-E1 Impressions: Using with Leica lenses

UPDATE: See also Leica lenses in Bavaria Over the past couple of years there has been enormous interest in using manual-focus lenses...

Fuji X100F: Second thoughts

Bill discovers discovers that all is not as well as expected with Fuji's new X100F but.....

Farnborough Air Show: Wings of destiny with the Fujinon 100-400

The Fuji X-Pro2 and that 100-44mm XF lens: Just the job for Britain's largest air annual air show.

Fuji X-T1: Is it a better street camera than the X100T?

The cute little 27mm f/2.8, this aspherical lens has carved a solid reputation as a versatile optic for the X-series ILCs. For me, it has an overriding benefit in its 27mm focal length which is equivalent to full-frame 41mm.

Fuji XF10 mirrors the old-faithful Ricoh GR

Could the new Fuji XF10 be the Ricoh GR replacement we’ve been waiting for? Whatever, it is certain to see more TLC from Fuji than Ricoh has given to the GR.

Fuji X100F: First impressions on the streets of London

Bill has taken the new Fuji X100F out on the streets of London. These are his first impressions....

Fuji X70 v Ricoh GR: Which is the best large-sensor pocket camera?

Which is the best large-sensor pocket camera on the market? Mike takes another look at the usual suspects....

Review: Fujinon XF35 f/2.0 WR lens and a glance back at the XF27

As anyone who has read my scribbles for any length of time knows, I come from a long background of using Leica M cameras and lenses and, rightly or wrongly, they remain to this day my yardstick when evaluating new equipment, particularly the Fuji X line. In Leica terms, therefore, if the original and now slightly venerable Fujinon XF35mm f/1.4 R plays in Summilux territory, in aperture terms at least, then with the new f/2.0 Fuji is planting its flag firmly on the Summicron's doorstep.

Fuji XF60mm f/2.4R: Kiss of new life for sleeping beauty

The Fujinon XF 60mm f/2.4 R macro is one of the first three lenses introduced by Fuji along with the X-Pro1 back in 2012. It has never been particularly loved; it's not a true macro (1:2 not 1:1); it's an "odd" filter size (39mm—familiar to Leica users but not exactly mainstream). It has a reputation for being slow to focus, and prone to hunting. Initially, it still sold in some numbers because it was the only native long-focus lens (equivalent to 90mm in old money).