Fujifilm has revealed local pricing and availability of the X-M1 interchangeable lens camera.
Expanding its support for smaller mirrorless cameras, Zeiss announces two wide-aperture premium lenses now are on sale, with a 50mm macro model to come.
Photographers using Fujifilm's X20, X100S, X-E1, and X-Pro1 now can see and edit their raw photos in Aperture and iPhoto.
Adobe's image editing and cataloging software supports 25 new cameras and addresses image-quality problems on Fujiflm's X-Trans and EXR sensors.
One of the largest manufacturers of photographic film has announced a worldwide "double-digit" price hike.
New rugged and megazoom models let you wirelessly connect to a smartphone or tablet.
Using its know-how from the days of film, Fujifilm is working on touchscreens made with silver halide. They promise to be cheaper and bigger, to support the burgeoning touch market.
Fujifilm announces the XE-1, which resembles a smaller, more affordable version of the previously launched X-Pro1.
In a move reminiscent of Apple, Fujifilm has announced a successor to the X100 rangefinder-style camera by appending an "s" to the model name.
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