Learn more about Fujifilm mirrorless cameras

Fujifilm have a rich history in the photographic world having made film for cameras since the company's foundation in 1934. However, it wasn't until almost 60 years later that they produced their first camera in the DS-1P – the first digital camera in the world (1988). Since then, their X-Series cameras have become some of the most sought after on the market.

The X-Pro1 was the Japanese company's first interchangeable lens mirrorless camera when it was launched in 2012. Since then the X-Series has grown to include the wildly popular X-T2, which garnered somewhat of a cult status among camera enthusiasts thanks to its impressive optical performance and wealth of video options.

This camera has since been used as the benchmark for Fujifilm's camera line-up, with the X-T4, X-H1, and X-E3 all featuring similar DNA to the X-T2, albeit with slightly different specs. This formula seems to be working for Fujifilm as their market share continues to increase.

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