In a recent research paper from Fuji Film, the company stated they are working on a new recording method in which a disc can hold 1TB of data by the use of a two-photon absorbtion technique.
VR-Zone saw the Fujifilm X-Pro1 at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012, which claims to be the company's first compact system camera with 16-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor, new X lens mount, Hybrid Multi Viewfinder and three prime lenses. And today, Fujifilm has announced the X-Pro1 in Singapore and that it will be available in March.
Fujifilm unveiled the X-Pro1 mirrorless camera at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas two weeks ago. And for those waiting to get their hands on this, the X-Pro1 is scheduled to launch in March, but it seems that it will first come to Japan on 18 February.
It was only a couple of days since we last wrote about Fuji's upcoming digital interchangeable lens camera and thanks to an early press release and an eager French camera magazine, we know have some much better details, including pricing of Fuji's new high-end camera. In the end the name ended up being the X-Pro1,
We've already seen what was meant to be some picture of an unfinished version of Fuju's upcoming mirrorless digital camera and now additional pictures have appeared, including a full-on frontal shot of the camera. There are still a lot of things that aren't known about the camera, but one thing is certain, Fuji is really digging retro
There's no doubt that every camera manufacturer wants a slice of the new interchangeable lens market and most recently Nikon entered it with its 1-series of cameras that uses a small sensor and a CX mount. Around the same time, Fuji announced it was working on its own interchangeable lens camera, although not much has
Fujifilm has announced the release of three new additions to its lineup of compact digital cameras for casual shutterbugs. Known as the JX420, JX370 and the F600 EXR, the new cameras boast various enhanced features such as better image quality, support for geolocation data and easier photo sharing, among many others. More details coming right
Fujifilm has unveiled their new FinePix Z900EXR compact digital camera designed with new image sensor that is capable of shooting full high definition videos and automatically detect up to 27 different scenes.
For technology enthusiasts who demand nothing but the latest in hardware for their PCs, having a system that boasts Intel's current Sandy Bridge platform is no longer a luxury, but a minimum requirement. And Fujitsu has seen to it that the local market will not be left high and dry without their dose of 'sand'
Did the recently-announced X100 camera from Fujifilm capture your attention? If it did, chances are you might have been disappointed to find out that the camera's production would be delayed due to Fujiflim's factories being affected by the recent earthquake in Japan. However, it seems that good things come to those who wait: Fujifilm has
There is no doubt that camera systems featuring interchangeable lenses such as DSLRs and the Micro Four Thirds system are getting more affordable nowadays. However, there are also people in the market who are willing to forgo that flexibility for the convenience of ‘superzoom’ camera that offers a fixed but extremely versatile lens. And with
Most people will probably have a fancy DSLR or a classy point-and-shoot compact camera stored somewhere in their rooms, but all these cameras in the market share a common flaw: they look nothing like the cameras of the classic days. And this is where Fujifilm comes in to fill in a niche in the market
This latest Fujifilm FinePix Z800EXR looks to amaze photographer enthusiasts with its superb performance, thanks to the new Hybrid Auto Focus System and enhanced Dual Image Stabilization.
The annual PC Show 2010 took off at Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore today, with a huge turn out even before the 12 noon show time. Seems like the public has been eagerly anticipating the new bargains that would be offered on the tech gadgets and other products.
This year is the year for 3D TVs and virtually all display manufacturers are ramping up the time frame to bring their 3D HDTV models to the retail stores. But content has yet to catch up with the products, as various sources have reported that approximately twenty 3D Blu-ray movies would be available by the end of this year. Well, unless