Fujifilm Drops Firmware Updates For Three X-A Series Cameras

Fujifilm usually focuses their attention on their higher end, X-Trans-based cameras, but today they dropped some firmware updates for their budget X-A series cams.

If you are a Fujifilm photographer rocking one of the latest X-A series cameras, like the X-A5, X-A3, or X-A20, then rejoice; the company has just dropped new firmware updates for these cameras which is aimed at upgrading their performance and capabilities as well as fixing previously discovered issues with the cameras. The Fujifilm X-A series is the company’s budget-oriented line of cameras that feature a traditional bayer sensor design and not the unique Fujifilm X-Trans technology featured in Fuji’s higher-end X-Series models. Continue reading…

Fujifilm Announces New X-A5 Camera and XC 15-45mm Lens

We had been hearing Fujifilm may have some new gear coming up, and today that was made official.

Today Fujifilm announced the latest additions to their X-Series in the form of the brand new X-A5 camera and XC 15-45mm; which the company is touting as the lightest camera and zoom lens combination in their lineup. The cameras, which seemingly were leaked all over the web today before most of the US press received the announcement materials, has been causing quite a bit of commotion. This is the first of Fujifilm’s X-A series cameras to have phase detection on the sensor. Continue reading…