Get the Latest and Greatest Fujifilm Gear at a Lower Price

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We found a bunch of great Fujifilm cameras at a lower price. They’re part of the Amazon Renewed program. That basically means that they’ve been refurbished. As I always say, no one should be afraid of refurbished cameras and lenses. If anything, they’re often in better condition than the new stuff. Renewed products also go through more rigorous quality control tests than standard pieces of gear do. So take a look at this list after the jump.

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Watch the Not Weather-Sealed Fujifilm XS10 Survive Being Frozen

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Our weather sealing tests tend to go one way or another with manufacturers. They’ll say that things are dust-proof, splashproof, moisture resistant, debris-resistant, etc. And when that happens, we hold them to their marketing claims. That’s what anyone should do. But every now and again, we get folks who say that the cameras or lenses would probably be fine either way. This recent test from Fujifilm’s Brandon Remler is proof of just that. In our Fujifilm XS10 review, Gear Editor Brett Day didn’t take it out into the rain or snow. The reason: It’s not claimed to be weather resistant. However, Brandon’s test outdoes even our own.

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Meet Fujifilm’s New Midrange Camera: Fujifilm XS10 First Impressions

The Fujifilm XS10 is a cross between Fujifilm’s flagship XT4 and their tough XH1. There are a few caveats, though.

All the speculation was correct. Yes, the Fujifilm XS10 is real, and we’ve had a short time with it. This cross between a Fujifilm X-H1 and the X-T4 is the company’s new mid-range model. While the X-S line is not a new one for Fujifilm, this is the first camera in the series that will turn some heads. Opting for a simpler design, Fujifilm hopes that the XS10 will attract an entirely new type of customer. Sporting the same sensor as the X-T4, a redesigned IBIS system that’s 30% smaller, and a fully articulating screen, the Fujifilm XS10 sounds delightful on paper. Is it really any good, though? Come and read about our first impressions after the break.

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