Fujifilm has four new cameras on the way, including one that might surprise you.
It's about faces for Fujifilm's FinePix S series
Fujifilm capitalizes on the buzz around its X100 to enter the enthusiast compact market with a very different, yet still retro-looking model.
Conquering the cheap (dSLR) camera conundrum and flash card mysteries demystified. Sort of.
Just like bracketing exposures, image sensor circuitry combines multiple exposures into one image to improve its dynamic range, or the ability to capture bright and dark regions.
Detailed tests of image sensors are raw meat for performance-obsessed pixel-peepers; DxO will add medium-format and lens tests later.
Speak out! Who's got the best products today for someone buying a first SLR or for somebody willing to change brands?
The Fujifilm FinePix A600 produces nice images, though its awkward design and mundane features hold it back.
Low-light shooters will love that the Fujifilm FinePix F30's screen actually lets you see through the darkness and that its high ISOs produce usable photos with acceptable levels of noise.
This compact camera's versatile 2.5-inch LCD, usable high-ISO photos, and shoot-all-day battery are offset by a few image-quality issues.