The Fuji X-Pro1 was a hit. But at $1700 for the body alone, it was (and still is) bonkers expensive. The new X-E1 is Fuji's reaction to that. With a pared down body and new kit lens, Fuji could maintain its enthusiast appeal—and attract a broader market.
It's been the summer of the rugged, waterproof point-and-shoot camera, and there have been some really good ones. Fuji wants in on the rough and tough action, but can it hang with the others? We beat it up to find out.
Fuji's beautiful new mirrorless camera, the X-Pro1, suffers from a lack of available lenses. But come June, you'll be able to easily mount a host of equally desired Leica M-Mount lenses to it for your photo-snapping pleasure.
Looking at this dismantled Fuji X100, it quickly becomes apparent that staring at exploded gadgets will never get old. Left for dead after suffering fatal water damage, the X100 donated it's body to the internet, providing eye candy for us all to ogle at.
Behold Fuji's brand new X-S1, cousin to the sublime, retro-inspired X100 and X10 cameras. But unlike the other two, the 26x optical zoom on the X-S1 means it's probably capable of some beautiful shots from a distance.