Some people are reporting a problem with their new X-Pro 2s. It manifests itself in a loss of settings. There is a lot of speculation about the cause, ranging from battery issue to firmware bug but at time of writing there are insufficient reliable and consistent data points to be sure what is going on. Here is some advice to be getting on with.
Fuji has updated the firmware for the X-T2 body. What does it mean for current owners of the camera? David Bailey gives you all the details.
Fuji's small and light X-T20 offers many of the features of the larger X-T2 and costs little more than half as much? What do you lose by saving cash and muscle power? David Bailey has put both cameras through an extensive test and gives you the facts you need to make the choice.....
There wasn't much to excite me about the recent firmware upgrades for Fuji X cameras and lenses but I dutifully went ahead and installed them. The camera firmware updates are for the X-T1 and X100T while four zooms, the XF10-24, XF18-55, XF18-135 and XF55-200 get their own improvements.
After extensive experience with the Fuji X-T1, especially using it with the 27mm f/2.8 pancake lens for street photography, I now have my hands on the new X100T. The X100 cameras, launched in 2011, are probably the most popular modern digitals for street and the T is the latest iteration with electronic shutter, an improved hybrid viewfinder and higher-resolution screen.
Bill discovers discovers that all is not as well as expected with Fuji's new X100F but.....
T'was Christmas day in the clubhouse, and the snappers were all agog,
For someone with no shred of taste had referred to them as "togs"
Confusion reigned among them and consternation too,
(And some took photos of the scene, for that’s just what they do)
Voices raised and fists were shook, as one man pointed out
That "togs" are rates of how much cold your duvet can keep out