5 Of The Best Retro Digital Cameras You Can Buy

If you’re looking for a new camera, choosing one is difficult enough in the first place. If you want a camera that looks the part as well, your choice becomes more difficult, but only because you have a bevy of beauties to pick from. Here are a few of our expert choices for a top-of-the-line, retro-styled digital camera.

Fujifilm X-E2 Australian Review: Photography, Back To Basics

There was a time back in the mid-1970s — around about the era of the Canon AE-1 — when photography was simple. Automatic exposure made taking good pictures easier than ever before, and cameras were getting cheaper by the day without sacrificing design or build quality. Some time in the new millenium, with the birth of mirrorless, things got complicated, and cheap cameras felt cheap. The Fujifilm X-E2 is a breath of fresh air — it’s easy to use, and built very sturdily, but doesn’t skimp on cutting-edge features.

Fujifilm Wishes Canon, Nikon Would Get On Board With Mirrorless Already

In a recent interview with DP Review, Fujifilm manager Toshihisa Iida stated that it would be beneficial for their company for bigger brands like Canon and Nikon to offer high-end mirrorless cameras. This might seem counterintuitive coming from an underdog, but actually it makes perfect sense.

New Teleconverter Will Give Your Fujifilm X100s A Longer Lens

That little camera that everyone seems to love, the Fujifilm X100s, is getting a new accessory that will extend the camera’s 35mm (equivalent) lens to 50mm, making it a bit more versatile and delightful.

Fujifilm X-T1: Retro Style Camera Design Meets Future Features You Want

Fujifilm has been amongst the most important camera manufacturers pushing the retro-styled camera trend with its X-series bodies. In the years since first introducing the line, the company has been bringing the tech inside the flashy bodies up to speed with their sharp looks. With the new X-T1, Fujifilm might have finally created the perfect marriage between classic exterior design and futuristic guts.

Here Are Three Full Images Of The Leaked Fujifilm X-T1

Yesterday Fujifilm dangled a shadowed image of its new mirrorless camera, the X-T1, in front of us. Today, the entire thing can be seen thanks to a few leaked images on Digicaminfo.

New Fujifilm Image Shows A New Retro Body With SLR-Style Hump

Fujfilm launched a teaser page on its website hinting towards what looks to be the next model in their line of retro-styled X series camera bodies, the X-T1, which will be announced on January 28. The biggest design change from previous Fuji mirrorless bodies like the X-Pro1 and the X-E2 is the hump in the centre, no doubt housing a viewfinder.

Fujifilm Dresses Its Awesome X100S In Black

Fujifilm’s X100S is a seriously awesome $US1300 fixed-lens camera with professional grade guts in a compact body. It’s perfect for a street photography. You know what sucks when you’re a street photographer? Shiny silver cameras that make taking candid shots difficult. Which is why I am positively stoked that they’re making this sleek little baby in black now.

Gizmodo Camera Buying Guide: Mirrorless Cameras Explained

Mirrorless cameras — aka compact system cameras — arguably have the photographic features of a full-sized digital SLR in a compact, attractive body. They’re portable and powerful, but there are a few key features that separate mirrorless cameras from the rest of the pack. Don’t really know what any of this means? Read on.

Gizmodo Camera Guide... Upgrading To A New DSLR Lens: What To Consider

Whether you have an entry-level digital SLR camera or a more advanced model, there’s one constant truth: you can always buy a better lens.