Improving the ergonomics of Fujifilm X-E3

Fujifilm X-E3 is the latest mirrorless camera that keeps the rangefinder look and packs the most relevant technology of the day. It’s very much similar with the X-T20 sibling, featuring the 24MP APS-C sensor with X-Trans colour filter array, improved AF tracking, Wi-Fi with Bluetooth for connection to a smartphone, […]

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A review of the “Incredible” Fujifilm X-E3

Ted Forbes from “The Art of Photography” reviews the X-E3 as an excellent camera, with the same image quality as the X-Pro2, but with the attractive of being way under the 1000$ limit price. Fujifilm X-E3 was launched in September, last year, packing the latest 24MP X-Trans sensor, a sophisticated […]

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Fujifilm X-E3 vs x100F

We’ve seen many positive opinions about Fujifilm X100F, being an excellent camera for street photography, travels, even event photography, or simply as a backup solution for your main Fujifilm system (camera and lenses). Trying to find a rival, or alternative to the remarkable X100F, there is one camera that comes […]

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Sri Lanka Trip with my Fujifilm X-E3

To test and experiment the new Fujifilm X-E3, I brought this pre-production camera to Sri Lanka (my review about the camera here). All the picture that you see that I took them with the X-E3 and all are in JPEG. It’s my third time visiting the country and it is […]

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My review for the Fujifilm X-E3

Since I’m part of the FUJIFILM X-Photpgraphers of Singapore (Dec 2016), this is my first time that I was contributing to a launch of a new camera. I want to thank FUJIFILM Singapore for this opportunity with the FUJIFILM X-E3, please find my review bellow. Just a little summary about […]

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Fuji X-E3 camera fixes

We all know that Fuji guarantees support for our cameras for several years, through regular firmware updates, either to fix minor bugs or to introduce new features. And that’s why we love them so much! However, there are small problems that we wouldn’t call them “bugs”, because they’re just due […]

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