The S9900W boasts a 50x optical zoom, and the Wi-Fi equipped version enables remote shooting. But it's hardly an evolutionary leap from its predecessor.
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The feel and control of the X-T1 with more appeal for novices, a slightly smaller body and a more attractive price.
Fuji's well designed and diminutive XQ2 handles very well and provides a good range of features for both enthusiasts and more casual snappers.
Super build and retro styling at an affordable price, but there's no viewfinder.
Fuji's XP80 is waterproof, freezeproof, dustproof and shockproof – but can it also offer decent image quality?
The X100T brings an improved hybrid viewfinder, high-speed electronic shutter and more
UpdatedThe X30 has the same lens, sensor and processing engine as the X20, but adds an EVF and tilting screen.
UpdatedThe Fuji X-T1 has fantastic good looks, a proven sensor and a new Graphite finish alongside the traditional black. Best of all the 'old' version now has all the latest features.
The Fuji XQ1 is a pocket-sized compact camera that features a 25-100mm (equivalent) lens with an aperture range of f/1.8-4.9.