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Fujifilm | History | Mirrorless cameras

Fujifilm is regarded as one of the best camera brands in the world. In recent years, they have been highly valued with the trendy retro design. With an awarded series of cameras suitable for professionals and amateurs, there is actually always a suitable camera or lens in the Fujifilm range for everyone. Since we are a Fujifilm Authorized Dealer, you will know for sure that you can buy all the Fujifilm products from us. On this page, you will find the current offer from our Fujifilm range and you will be kept up-to-date with all the special offers. Furthermore, at the bottom of the page you will learn more about the history of Fujifilm.

 

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    Fujifilm

    Fujifilm | History | Mirrorless cameras

    Fujifilm is regarded as one of the best camera brands in the world. In recent years, they have been highly valued with the trendy retro design. With an awarded series of cameras suitable for professionals and amateurs, there is actually always a suitable camera or lens in the Fujifilm range for everyone. Since we are a Fujifilm Authorized Dealer, you will know for sure that you can buy all the Fujifilm products from us. On this page, you will find the current offer from our Fujifilm range and you will be kept up-to-date with all the special offers. Furthermore, at the bottom of the page you will learn more about the history of Fujifilm.

     

    Fujifilm history

    For many people Fujifilm is still well-known as the supplier of films, for photography and the film industry and - although less well-known - of graphic and X-ray materials. It is amusing that the addition to the name of 'film', which is often forgotten, was only added since 2006, in the middle of the digital era. Yet precisely those digital cameras, in particular in the X-series, have connected many photographers to the brand again in recent years.

    Years of experience

    Of course, that history in the area of films is great, but Fujifilm also has a remarkable and long history as a camera and lens manufacturer. Started in 1934 with the production of film material, since the late fifties both 135 and half-frame compact cameras were supplied. In the seventies, Fuji became a stiff competitor for the then main film specialists such as Agfa and Kodak. It became especially well-known with 135 film and Single 8 film format, an own 8mm cassette with much better film transport than the customary Super 8.

    Versatile production

    With regard to cameras, there is almost no manufacturer who has produced so many different cameras. Still fairly conventional after the early compact cameras were the analog 35mm DSLR cameras, with the exception of an early electronic ST-901. Fuji later offered more often quirky designs such as the Single 8 film cameras with for instance a unique 135 film/panorama viewfinder camera, built for Hasselblad. Viewfinder models were still available in for instance 6x4,5cm, 6x7cm en 6x9cm roll film format as well as a revolutionary studio-SLR camera for film formats up to 6x8, Polaroid or digital rear panel.

    Although Fuji film lens were very well-known in the background all that time, for instance as specialist zoom lenses for professional film cameras. In 2000, Fuji produced the S1 Pro DSLR, on the basis of a Nikon body and own sensors. It appeared to be the start of a nice series, until the S5 Pro as last model appeared to be not successful enough to continue the series, although the sensor technology in particular led to many positive reviews.

    Fujifilm X mirrorless cameras

    After stopping with DSLRs and cutting back considerably on the production of film, special developments no longer appeared to be expected. Apart from a unique camera for 3D images, and a few nice FinePix digital compact cameras, the camera production also appeared to gradually collapse. Up until 2010, with the sensational X100, a surprising viewfinder camera with a large sensor and fixed wide-angle lens was launched. Not long afterwards, a successful series of compact mirrorless cameras followed, such as the X-Pro1, X-E1, X-A1 and in 2014 the X-T1.

    The Fujifilm X mirrorless cameras came exactly on time for trends whereby more and more photographers were discovering the advantages of mirrorless cameras in relation to DSLRs. With high-end compact cameras with a fixed lens as well as different bodies, there is a Fujifilm X for every price range and wish. And thanks to the current offer of 13 lenses in 10 to 230 mm plus adapters for other lenses - such as Leic M- Fujifilm offers a system for the most varied wishes.

    Fujifilm X-Trans CMOS sensor

    Cameras which are part of the X-series have an X-trans CMOS sensor for excellent image quality. In general, CMOS sensors have a conventional Bayer filter array (a 2x2 pattern), while an X-trans sensor has a unique 6x6 pattern. This ensures a high resolution, a reduction in moiré effects and a better image quality. In combination with XF-lenses, this ensures a fast continual recording, accurate AF-tracking, fast live view exchange and superior video recordings.

    Fujifilm (BSI) CMOS sensor

    Cameras which are part of the GFX series have a (BSI) CMOS-sensor with at least 50 mexapixels. With the arrival of the GFX100, that has expanded to as many as 102 mexapixels! Due to the many megapixels, a new sensor was required, because the X-Trans sensor can only read up to 26 megapixels. The Fujifilm GFX100 has a BSI CMOS sensor, so that you can even take photos in the most poorly lit situations. Phase detection pixels are also present in the sensor for fast autofocus and excellent accuracy. In combination with GF-lenses, this ensures recordings with a superior image quality, fast phase detection and accurate focusing.

     

     
     
     
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