23 Sep Generation X: 10 years of Fujifilm X Series Cameras
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It’s been 10 years since the Fuji X series cameras first came to be – how far have they come in that time? In the beginning It’s hard to believe that it’s ten whole years since the first Fujifilm X Series camera came to market – the X100. The camera was first shown in 2010 at the Photokina show and then released to us early the following year. I got mine sometime later that same year, having become hooked on the dream of a retro-styled and pint-sized travel camera that would revolutionise the way I worked, or at least that was what I had hoped for. Needless to say, things didn’t quite work out that way. As pretty and characterful as the original X100 was, well, it was a quirky and sluggish camera, and definitely not what I’d hoped for, or a camera I could rely on for my professional travel work. At the time I put the X100 down to experience, writing it off as an impulse buy, and then I bought an E-X1. There was just something about the cameras that was hard to resist. The X decade round-up Now here we are, ten years on and a […]
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