Fuji X100T and X-T1: Choosing the right camera for street photography


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.

Fuji X System: Full analysis of what’s available to X-Fans


Since Fuji showed its first X System camera a Photokina in September 2010, the company has worked diligently at expanding the options open to photographers. That first X was the X100, a 35mm-equivalent fixed lens camera that has become a firm favourite with street photographers in particular. It is now on its third iteration, the X100T.

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 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 X-H1: What is image stabilisaton and how does it work?


Why is in-body and in-lens stabilisation becoming a must-have feature on mirrorless cameras?

The Coastal Express, a Norwegian institution

God Dag! Described as “the world’s most beautiful sea voyage,” the round trip from Bergen to Kirkenes and back aboard a Hurtigruten ship has become...

Fuji’s Kaizen firmware upgrade policy takes another leap forward


Fuji is again quick off the mark with firmware updates that make older models think they are the new kid on the block. It's a policy that pays off, says Bill....

Image Processing: Affinity Photo, Adobe, the way forward for Fuji fans


Following the recent changes in Adobe's marketing strategy and the introduction of Lightroom Classic CC, David takes a look at alternative processing software. He keeps a particular eye on the needs of Fuji shooters.

Fuji in Devon and Cornwall: A week of rain and six centuries of Grenvilles

The visit to Devon and Cornwall was both holiday and an opportunity to research a possible new book on the illustrious Grenville family. David took his arsenal of Fuji gear to record the experience, despite the rain.

Bathurst: Hot time at the 12-hours, Fuji in hand

Almost too hot for man, but the cars at the Bathurst 12-hour race did well. John took along a simple and light Fuji kit to grab some photos.

What’s going to happen at Leica in 2021?

A roundup of Leica Christmas rumours: Will any of them materialise in 2021?

Can the Canon R10 and Canon R7 Replace the Leica CL?

Is Leica's decision to discontinue the APS-C range drawing you towards other makes. Steve argues that both Canon and Fujifilm are beckoning ex-CL fans

Fuji X100F: Setting up for street photography


Setting up a modern digital camera to your own preferences is a bit like skinning a cat. There are many ways. Bill likes Ian MacDonald's interpretation and wants to share it with you....

Fujifilm SQ10 Instax: An instant/digital hybrid that makes sense


The new Instax Square digital hybrid allows you to take and modify your photos before printing. And it's not just a one-off shot as is the case with most instant cameras to date....

A little light reading for the keen photographer


Click, click, click. It’s easy peasy these days to take that photograph. But the process is a lot more complicated than we imagine. David undertakes a light-hearted food-for-thought experiment and we may end up just a little wiser…..