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FujiFilm X-Pro1 Review: Serious Style, Serious Price

Mirrorless cameras are generally geared toward the enthusiast or semi-pro consumer. Some companies, like Canon with its new EOS M offering, are seeking to cater to a broader market in features and styling. Read More >>

Fuji’s M-Mount Adapter Brings Leica Glass to Your New X-Pro1

Fuji's beautiful new mirrorless camera, the X-Pro1, suffers from a lack of available lenses. But come June, you'll be able to easily mount a host of equally desired Leica M-Mount lenses to it for your photo-snapping pleasure. Read More >>

£5695 Gets You a Fujifilm X-Pro1… Case (and Camera)

If you're rich enough to do your gadget shopping at Harrods rather than picking up half-broken things from eBay and trying to fix them yourself with masking tape and elastic bands, you may have the budget to buy Globe-Trotter's fancy case (oh, and it comes with Fujifilm's X-Pro1 camera, too). Read More >>

The Best New Camera

It's beautiful, simple to use, and elegant. And the Fuji X-Pro1 is rightly going to end up in a lot of camera bags when it hits the streets. Read More >>

Fuji’s Gorgeous X-Pro 1 Pictured in All Its Metal Glory

The X-Pro 1, Fujifilm's retro rugged lens-swapping shooter, finally got the high quality reveal it deserves: big, detailed photos. Let your eyes enjoy them. Read More >>