Fuji's well designed and diminutive XQ2 handles very well and provides a good range of features for both enthusiasts and more casual snappers.
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It's got the feel and control of the X-T1, but with a bit more appeal for novices and a slight smaller body with a more attractive price.
Super build and retro styling at an affordable price, but there's no viewfinder.
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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.
Fuji's X-E2 delivers faster responses and autofocusing as well as Wi-Fi connectivity.