The company's new XF18-135mm lens will have beefed up image stabilization and sealing to complement the X-T1.
Need a high-end bridge camera that can be used in any weather? The S1 is that camera.
While the external differences between the X100S and X100T aren't dramatic, they're certainly welcome.
Although the company didn't change much that will affect performance or photo quality, there are some updates that should enhance your shooting experience.
There'll also be a big firmware update for the X-T1 in December.
Fujifilm's Instax cameras -- rather odd-looking instant film models -- have turned out to be surprisingly popular, and the company now offers a total of five cameras in its Mini line.
One new surprise, but sadly, there's also some schedule slippage.
A little faster and more streamlined than its predecessor, the X-E2 remains a fun camera that delivers great photo.
The weather-resistant S1 is fast-shooting megazoom with a powerful 24-1200mm zoom lens. It just so happens to take some very good photos, too.
An excellent 20x zoom point-and-shoot is good in auto, but for those who aren't afraid to change settings, it can be even better.