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Keep Your Photos Looking Flawless With Portrait+ 3.0 [Deals]

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This Cult of Mac Deals offer delivers a software solution that will keep your photos looking flattering and takes those unflattering portrait photos and eliminates them for good.

Portrait+ 3.0 allows users the ability to upload hundreds of portraits and have the faces automatically detected, and then have natural or glamorous portrait enhancing filters applied as seen fit. And for a limited time you can get this revolutionary piece of software for 64% off the regular price – just $89.99!

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Fujifilm’s New 50mm Adapter For X100S

Fujifilm’s New 50mm Adapter For X100S

Hey, owners of the Best Camera Ever™ who want to use a 50mm equivalent once in a while – I have some good news for you. Fujifilm is set to release a 50mm adapter for the X100S, letting you use this classic “standard” lens focal length.

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More Shots Of The X-T1 From Fujifilm, The Apple Of Camera Makers

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To quote the all-seeing Strobist, “Memo to @Nikon: THIS is how you do a retro-dialed digital camera.” Take a look. These are the official product shots of the Fujifilm X-T1, an SLR-style mirrorless camera joining Fujifilm’s X-Series lineup. Isn’t she purdy?

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Fujifilm Teases Retro-Tastic X-T1 Camera

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Fujifilm, arguably the company that started the current (and very welcome) trend of putting proper manual knobs and dials back on cameras, is currently teasing what looks like an SLR-style model for its outstanding X-Series lineup. Likely to be named the XT–1, the camera might take over the role of the current top-of-the-line X-Pro1.

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Fujifilm X100S, Now Available In Black [CES 2014]

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CES 2014 bug The Fujifilm X100S aka The Best Camera I Ever Owned aka The Only Leica A Photographer Can Afford is now available in black. And unlike the overpriced special edition black X100, the black X100S is neither a special edition nor more expensive – it’s just a regular alternative colorway for the camera.

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Use Your iPhone Like A Polaroid Camera With New Fujifilm Instax Share Printer

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Although the vast majority of us now take for granted being able to carry super powerful cameras around in our pockets at all times, there’s still something joyful about taking a photograph and having it instantly print out, creating a physical artifact of a moment.

Over the last few years, Fujifilm’s Instax series of Polaroid-like cameras have managed to capture that joy in a number of ways, but their newest gadget melds the strengths of the Polaroid with the flexibility of an iPhone.

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Fujifilm XQ1 Puts Amazing X-Trans Sensor in Compact Body

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Fujifilm has announced two new cameras today. One is the hot-looking X-E2, which adds phases-detection AF, split-image manual focus and some hardware tweaks to the X-E2. Way more interesting though is the new XQ1, which puts Fujifilm’s amazing X-Trans sensor into a tiny compact camera.

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Fujifilm X-A1, A Lens-Swapping APS-C Camera For The Price Of A Compact

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Product managers at Nikon and Canon must be getting pretty worried about their bonuses right now – First of all they’re still being squeezed by cellphone cameras at the low end, and now even their high-end compacts look absurd in the face of Fujifilm’s latest offering, the X-A1. It’s a camera which costs around the same as Nikon’s P and Canon’s G cameras ($600), only it comes with an APS-C sensor and an interchangeable lens.

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Fujifilm’s Instant Camera Gets Retro-Style Overhaul

Old Vs. New. Or New Vs. Old?

Old Vs. New. Or New Vs. Old?

I saw a kid at the airport the other day, carrying a Fujifilm Instax camera, and I wondered what the hell kind of cruel trick her parents were playing on her. That thing is hideous.

But if she’d been carrying the new retro-style Instax Mini 90, I’d have been all “WTF?”

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Fujifilm Makes a Case For Retro Cameras [Review]

Fujifilm Makes a Case For Retro Cameras [Review]

Leather. Lovely long-lasting leather.

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Category: Cases
Works With: Fujifilm X100 and X100S
Price: $100+

This is a review of a camera case. And not just any old multi-user camera case: this one only fits two specific cameras – the Fujifilm X100 and the X100S. However, I’m reviewing it anyway because when I was buying one I couldn’t find any useful information about it. Also, there are builders in my apartment and everything is sealed down behind plastic sheeting, so I couldn’t review anything else even if I wanted to (I promise the Lumopro LP180 review will be ready on Friday).

The case is Fujifilm’s own LC-X100S.

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