Wait What?! Reports Indicate Fujifilm X-E3 May Not Have D-Pad

If you have ever used a Fujifilm camera over the last several years, you will know how integral the d-pad has been to the control layout of the camera. Not only was this how you would navigate the menus, but this was also a whole array of function buttons that you could set in the menu. Which makes the revelation in some recent reports that the upcoming Fujifilm X-E3 will not have a d-pad at all.

One aspect of the X-E3 that has been reported for some time now is that it will have the AF joystick that the [amazon_textlink asin=’B01I3LNMAM’ text=’X-T2′ template=’ProductLink’ store=’thephobl-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’d561c88b-8c10-11e7-ae49-c555c0be1e66′] and X-Pro2 enjoy, and more recent reports indicate that it is expected to have a touch screen as well, something the [amazon_textlink asin=’B01A8DUR74′ text=’X-Pro2′ template=’ProductLink’ store=’thephobl-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’5de460e3-8c11-11e7-92d4-2d84f4fd7e8b’] lacks.

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Cheap Photo: X-E2s Is A Heck of a Deal Right Now!

Fujifilm may be getting ready to launch their X-E3 at some point later this fall, but that aside, the X-E2s is the most recent X-Series camera to feature that killer 16MP X-Trans II sensor. Right now the X-E2s is available for a stupid good deal at just under $500. This may not have been our favorite X-Trans II based camera at its original pricing, but for under $500, this is a hell of a lot of camera you are getting for less than a Canon EOS-M kit… yeah, and this would blow those out of the water.

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Picture of Fujifilm’s Upcoming X-E3 Becomes Clearer in Latest Reports

Fujifilm has brought their latest technologies to all of their main X-series cameras except one – the X-E line. So naturally, the common line of thought is that a potential X-E3 is likely to be the company’s next announcement. For those unaware, the X-E3 would be to the [amazon_textlink asin=’B01A8DUR74′ text=’X-Pro2′ template=’ProductLink’ store=’thephobl-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’c266e20b-76da-11e7-ac42-539da8a3b084′] what the X-T20 is to the X-T2, but the latest reports are indicating that we may have some surprise additions to the X-E line to sweeten the deal a little. Continue reading…

Which Fujifilm X Series Camera Is The Right One For You? The Easy Answers

Fujifilm is another mirrorless brand that has received a lot of attention from the photography community in recent years, with their X Series bodies and unique X-Trans sensor technology not only setting them apart from DSLRs in terms of their size, weight, and appearance, but also from other mirrorless brands in terms of their unique color rendition and image quality.

But with Fujifilm now into their second generation (or third, depending on who you ask) with the release of the X-Pro 2 and the X-T2, there are many options for photographers looking to get into the Fujifilm X-Series. Today we break it down for you and rank each camera based on your intended use for it. Obviously it is not this simple for everyone, but these breakdowns and rankings should at least give you a good starting point in terms of what cameras to research further depending on where you feel you fall in our ‘use case’ spectrum.

Also be sure to check out our feature on pretty much every lens for the Fujifilm X series system.

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