Fujifilm's First Surveillance Camera Has 40x Optical Zoom

Fujifilm's First Surveillance Camera Has 40x Optical Zoom

Fujifilm has started making surveillance cameras as well and its first product, the SX800, is a long-rgane surveillance camera that boasts 40x optical zoom. It’s, therefore, best suited for security options at international borders or large commercial facilities, for example.

The Fujifilm SX800 has an integrated lens with a 35mm equivalent focal length of 20mm to 800mm. There’s also an additional digital zoom of 1.25x. The company says that this combined provides the camera with a total focal length equivalent of 1000mm. That should be enough to focus on the license plate of a car from about 0.6 miles away.

Dji's Ronin-s Will Be Updated To Support Fujifilm's X Cameras

DJI's Ronin-S Will Be Updated To Support Fujifilm's X Cameras

The other day, DJI announced their new gimbal in the form of the DJI Ronin-SC. The camera came with partial support for Fujifilm cameras, a huge plus given that Fujifilm’s cameras can sometimes get overlooked by accessory makers. However, what about the Ronin-S, the predecessor of the Ronin-SC?

For those who are unfamiliar, DJI had previously launched a gimbal for mirrorless cameras in the form of the Ronin-S. The gimbal at that time did not support Fujifilm’s X-series of cameras, but the good news is that it looks like support will finally be on its way. In a tweet in response to a customer on Twitter, DJI noted that they are still working on the firmware for the Ronin-S that will bring support for Fujifilm’s mirrorless cameras.

Fujifilm's X100f Successor Will Only Arrive In 2020

Fujifilm's X100F Successor Will Only Arrive In 2020

Back in 2017, Fujifilm announced their latest compact camera in the form of the X100F. Fujifilm has made improvements in leaps and bounds over the years with its X100 series of cameras, and as such, many are no doubt eagerly anticipating what the next X100 camera could be bringing to the table.

Unfortunately, you might have to wait until next year for its successor. This is according to a report from Fuji Rumors who claims that they have heard from their sources that the next X100 camera will only arrive in 2020. This represents a slight delay because based on previous X100 launches, the gap in between them is typically two years.

Fujifilm's New X-t2 Digital Camera Gets New Firmware - Version 2.00

Fujifilm's New X-T2 Digital Camera Gets New Firmware - Version 2.00

Fujifilm has made open another firmware package centered at one of its modernized camera models, specifically shape 2.00 immaculate with the X-T2, which gives the unit the ability to use RAW association when shooting in AE Bracketing, other Bracketing modes, and Advanced Filter modes.

In alternative to that, the release incorporates ISO 125 and 160 selectable levels, licenses programmable long exposures of up to 15 minutes, upgrades Face Detection AF highlight, and gives proprietors the ability to use the Eye Sensor in the midst of video recording.

Fujifilm's Dial-filled X-t1 Is A Manual Shooter's Dream

Fujifilm's dial-filled X-T1 is a manual shooter's dreamOn paper, the most significant addition to Fujifilm's X-T1 is its weather-resistant housing. But you'll need one of three as-of-yet-unreleased weather-sealed lenses in order to take advantage -- the 18-55mm f/2.8-4 kit optic isn't up to snuff when it comes to keeping out water, sand and snow, so if you opt for the $1,700 bundle, you'll be out of luck.

Fujifilm's Weather-resistant X-t1 Camera Ships Next Month For $1,300

Fujifilm's weather-resistant X-T1 camera ships next month for $1,300Fujifilm is delighted to announce the X-T1, the latest addition to the award-winning X-Series range. A premium interchangeable lens camera, the X-T1 features evolved SLR-style handling, mechanical dials and weather-resistance (when paired with a weather resistant X mount lens), together with all the benefits of an X-Series camera, such as compact size, excellent mobility and high-speed performance. What's more, its newly developed electronic viewfinder is almost indistinguishable from an optical viewfinder thanks to its ultra fast display speed.

Retro-styled Mini 90 Takes Fujifilm's Instax Line Back To The Future

Retro-styled Mini 90 takes Fujifilm's Instax line back to the futureFujifilm has updated its venerable line of Instax instant film cameras with the 'Neo Classic' Mini 90, which takes its styling cues from recent X-series digital cameras like the X100S and X-E1. As well as an updated (or rather backdated) design, the Mini 90 includes a lithium-ion battery and features a tripod mount and several shooting modes including a macro focus mode, double exposure and bulb - where the shutter can be held open for very long exposures or creative effects.