Fuji XF 14mm f/2.8 review by Jason Row

This stunning picture of Bruges by night is included in Jason Row's review of the Fuji XF14mm wide-angle lens (21mm full-frame equivalent): ...

Fuji X System: Current and future macro solutions

The news that Fuji is bringing out two macro extension...

Fuji XF18-135 F3.5-5.6 R OIS WR lens review (Part 2)

Bill has been serious about his photography for over 30 years, using Contax, Nikon and for the past 20+ years, Leica M...

Fuji XF18-135 F3.5-5.6 R OIS WR lens review (Part 1)

Opening the box of a new Fujinon lens is an adventure. Every lens has a different set of bells and whistles and,...

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.

First Impressions: Fuji X-T1 and 18-55mm Fujinon, Leica lenses

A sparkling new Fuji X-T1 and the rather good 18-55 kit lens has arrived for review. I am no stranger to the Fuji X series, having used the X-Pro 1, X-E1, X100 and X100S, but the X-T1 with its retro SLR styling and a button or dial for everything has the makings of the best version yet. Almost any adjustment you need to make on this camera can be done directly, either from the top dials or the five dedicated function buttons. 

Fuji X100T and graphite silver X-T1 announced

The new Fuji X100T and the improved X-T1 have been announced ahead of Photokina. I gave an overview earlier this week and now we have the full information on the cameras. The X100T will cost £999 and the graphite edition of the X-T1 is priced at £1,199.99.

Fuji X and Sony A7 with Leica lenses

Since early last year there has been burgeoning interest in using Leica lenses, old and new, M or R, with some...

Fuji X-T1 joins ranks of favoured street cameras

Fuji has been on a roll since the launch of the X100 in September, 2010. With its retro rangefinder looks and a...

Fuji X-E1: Getting a grip on the camera

Is the new Thumbs Up grip a better option for the Fuji X-E1 than Fuji's own rather bulky handgrip?