After the market for analog photographic film collapsed, Fujifilm has rebuilt as a leading manufacturer of digital cameras. These are the posts on this site that mostly or substantially relate to shooting with Fujifilm cameras.
To go along with my review that I’ve posted separately, here’s a selection of sample images I’ve taken with the Fujifilm XF 8-16mm f/2.8 R LM WR ultra-wide-angle zoom lens for Fujifilm X-series cameras.
I’ve been out shooting with the new Fujifilm X-T5. Here’s a selection of images I’ve shot at high ISOs with the Fujifilm X-T5 under real-world conditions to give a sense of how it performs in low light shooting.
If you’re looking to add a polarizer, UV, or ND filter to your lens, you’ll need to know the lens diameter/filter size. Here’s a lens filter size chart for Fujifilm/Fujinon lenses, including their X series and GFX series lenses.
The Fujifilm (Fujinon) XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS zoom lens, often included with Fujifilm X-series cameras such as the X-T4 and X-T30, is better than your average kit lens. Here are some practical examples of its zoom range from 18mm to 55mm.
The FujiFilm Finepix XP120 and XP130 adventure cameras have a number of burst shooting modes available for capturing fast-moving action, but it’s not necessarily self-evident what they do. So here’s a rundown.