Despite the X-Pro1 being Fujifilm’s very first flagship, the X-Pro series as a whole has become increasingly niche over the years, most notably since the arrival of the X-T1 and its successors. These days, if the company comes out with an important new feature, it...

The X-H1 made the news in early 2018 for being the first Fujifilm camera with 5-axis stabilisation, a feature that was long overdue in the X-series mirrorless line-up. After an initial struggle in sales, a price cut in 2019 gave it a second boost. Now,...

Over the years, Fujifilm has gone from catching up in various departments (autofocus, video, overall speed) to equalling if not surpassing some of its direct competitors. The new X-T4 follows the same path. It fixes some of the last things that needed to be addressed...

Canon has never shown an interest in “wowing” the crow with advanced specifications since it started its journey into the mirrorless segment. The performance of the EOS M APS-C series has always been behind the competition, and the recent EOS R full frame system hasn’t...

The original X100 launched the APS-C X-series in late 2010. Almost 10 years later, the fifth iteration has joined the ranks, introducing numerous changes that customers have been requesting for ages while also integrating the latest technology the brand has to offer. The X-Pro3, the...

The X100 series has been a longtime favourite of mine since I first bought the X100S in 2015, and with each review and comparison we’ve performed with the successive models, my appreciation has continued to grow. I like them because they offer a nice blend...