Fujifilm: Complete Guide to Cameras and Lenses

In this comprehensive guide to fujifilm You will find its entire catalog of cameras and lenses, as well as all those particularities of the brand, terminology, types of cameras, curiosities, etc.

If you have doubts about its different series, lens compatibilities or any other question related to Fujifilm, I hope I can solve it here.

It’s going to take me a while, so if you feel like it, you can get into the mood listening to the same music that I have in the background right now, it’s one of my Spotify playlists.

And if you are interested in knowing all the same but for other brands, I have also prepared the one for Canon and the one for Nikon (for now).



A little history of the brand to get into the matter.

fujifilm (Fujifilm Holdings Corporation) is a Japanese company that was founded in 1934 with the goal of becoming the country’s first photographic film company. In the 1940s, it entered the market for optical glasses, equipment and lenses.

After the Second World War, it diversified into different sectors and in the following decades it accelerated its international sales and the pace of globalization of its products.

With the turn of the millennium they changed their business strategy to accommodate the decline of analog film.

It is a strong company that has been able to face the challenges of the market in constant change and evolution. It currently has a very extensive catalog of cameras and lenses of unquestionable quality.

Fujifilm cameras

In this section we are going to see the different types of cameras and what type of user they are aimed at.

To begin with, I am going to leave you with some recommendations when choosing a camera.

Which Fujifilm camera to buy?

The choice of a camera is very personal. I always say that you don’t have to look for the perfect camera because it doesn’t exist, but that everyone has to look for their ideal camera.

And how do you know which one it is? Simple. The one that, within your budget, meets your current needs.

In response to this question that you ask me so much, I created this free tool that will help you in the search for your ideal camera.

On the other hand, if you want to compare between two models, you can always access our Camera Encyclopediaalso free access.

In it you will find detailed information on all the digital cameras on the market and you will be able to compare between various models.

As if this were not enough, here is a list of our recommendations according to the type of cameras:

In these lists you will find cameras of all brands, if you bet on Fujifilm, yes or yes, for whatever reason, then you will see the models that they currently have in the catalog.

digital cameras

There are currently three Fujifilm series of digital cameras:

  • GFX system
  • X-series
  • FinePix XP

We are going to see them in detail right away, although in the first group we will go into less depth, I will tell you why soon.

Before that, I am going to leave you with other Fujifilm series that are no longer in their catalog but that you may have some lying around or see on the second-hand market. Or maybe you’re just curious (speaking of curious, if you want to know all the digital cameras that Fujifilm has released to date click on the link):

  • F-series: High-zoom travel cameras that performed very well in low light with advanced features.
  • J series: compact cameras introduced in 2008, easy to use and cheap.
  • S-series: Bridge cameras with ultra zoom that included CCD and CMOS sensor.
  • HS series: Bridge cameras with ultra zoom and better CMOS sensors than the S series.
  • T-series: compact camera models with a wide zoom range and that recorded high-quality video (for the time, of course).
  • Z series: Sleek, ultra-compact cameras released after 2005.

Now yes, let’s go with the current series:

GFX system

It is the system of Fujifilm large format. The sensor it incorporates is approximately 1.7 times the size of a Full Frame sensor.

These EVIL cameras use high-performance, G-mount GF-series lenses; They offer an infarct resolution and the color treatment is outstanding.

Being mirrorless cameras they have a lighter and more compact body than other cameras in this range.

Obviously, this series is not for everyone. It is designed for him professional photographer who uses his camera as a work tool, needs a large format camera, meets high demands and, in addition, has on a budget when investing.

Fujifilm GFX series large format cameras

These are the GFX models. I am not going to go into them in detail because, as I was saying, they are not made for the amateur photographer, not even for those who are beginning to take their first professional steps:

  • Fujifilm GFX100. A large format camera for both photographers and videographers.
  • Fujifilm GFX100S. Large format in a light and compact body.
  • Fujifilm GFX50S. Medium format camera with impressive image quality.
  • Fujifilm GFX50R. Medium format camera with 51 megapixels, also incredible image quality and somewhat lighter than the previous one.


Here we are going to stop more because its varied range more than covers the different needs of most photographers, from those who start to those who venture into the professional field.

This series has the X-Trans CMOS Sensor with an enviable quality; removes the low-pass filter so it suppresses moiré; offers high resolution and achieves excellent color treatment.

His philosophy is, in addition to touching the sensitive fiber of nostalgia, to prioritize simplicity.

Its exposure controls (aperture, speed and ISO) are usually accessible on external dials and buttons, there is no need to go into the menu to get to them and it offers the possibility to configure different buttons.

Currently, within the X series there are mirrorless cameras with interchangeable lenses and compact cameras.

Before we start talking about them, I want to share this graph with you where you can see the different types of cameras in this series, by year of release and some basic characteristics:

Source: Wikipedia

If you want to know absolutely everything about this series, Fujifilm has this guide (in English) very complete and visual that also includes detailed information on X-mount lenses.

Fujifilm X-series mirrorless cameras

Fujifilm’s X-series mirrorless cameras use X-mount X-series lenses.

Easy, right? 😜

They are also as powerful on the inside as they are beautiful on the outside.

Fujifilm X-Pro3

Fujifilm X-Pro3

The X-Pro3 is a mirrorless camera made of titanium and magnesium for advanced users and professionals. Sealed body, rotating screen, 4K recording, 425 focus points and optical viewfinder.

More specifications on this X-Pro3 in the Camera Encyclopedia.

Fujifilm X-T3

Fujifilm X-T3

The Fuji X-T3 it’s the predecessor of the X-T4, which I’ll show you right away. It shares with her the sealed magnesium body, the double slot, the focus system and the processor.

Record in 4k at 60p, 26 MP sensor, 20 fps, three-point articulating screen and wireless connections. More specifications in the camera encyclopedia.

Fujifilm XT4

Within the series, currently the most powerful camera in this range is designed for professionals and advanced users that responds equally well in video as in photography.

It has a sealed body, 20fps, great low-light performance, ultra-fast focus, dual batteries, full tilt and touch screen, new reel simulators and great battery life.

Fujifilm X-T4

This is the Fujifilm X-T4 It differs from the X-T3 in that it has a mechanical stabilizer in the body, in the battery, in the focus that has been improved and the screen that is completely articulable.

Video functions have evolved and the mechanical shutter has changed, greatly extending its life expectancy. In addition to other subtle changes, it also improves the button layout on the back.

You have this complete review about the X-T4 on the blog. But if you hesitate between these two models, the main differences are in the stabilizer and the screen. It is up to you to assess how important they are for your work.

Fujifilm X-S10

Fujifilm X-S10

Fuji’s X-S10 model It is similar to the X-T4 but without a sealed body and cheaper.

With image stabilizer, no low-pass filter, 26 MP, 4K recording, articulating touch screen, silent shooting, eye autofocus, and lots of other features. stuff plus.

Designed for those who are most nostalgic for analog but prefer the convenience of digital (it has 18 film simulations), for those who want to make an easy transition to Fuji, those who prefer to shoot in JPEG, street photographers, traveling photographers, youtubers and for who want to carry a camera with them for everything.

Fujifilm X-T30

Fujifilm XT30

Very similar to the X-T3 but without the sealed body, there is the Fujifilm X-T30.

26 megapixel sensor, 30fps, tiltable touch screen (ideal for selfies), 425 autofocus points for very fast autofocus.

Of course, it records video in 4K and offers Wi-Fi connectivity.

Fujifilm XT30 II

Fujifilm X-T30 II

The X-T30II recently presented by the brand is an update of the previous one and its novelties are:

  • LCD screen upgrade (going to 1.62 million dots)
  • faster and more accurate hybrid autofocus system. It can focus with phase detection down to -7.0 EV.
  • 30 minutes of continuous video recording in 4K 30p and HD 240p

Fujifilm XT200

Fujifilm X-T200

The X-T200 is for those who want good results but without too much hassle.

Its maximum shutter speed is 1/32000 s, which also makes it ideal for capturing super fast scenes, those that the eye is not able to detect.

It is also very suitable for vloggers.

Vari-angle touch screen, fast and accurate face detection autofocus, hybrid focus system and 4K recording are some of its features.

Fujifilm X-E4

Fujifilm X-E4

This X-E4 falls in love with vintage lovers for its classic aesthetics and its 18 film simulation modes.

With 26 megapixels, touch screen and 180º folding, with a very fast autofocus and capable of detecting faces and eyes even in low light.

Although it is not intended for video, it defends itself quite well, with 4K video, external microphone input and HDMI output.

If you have made a bit of a mess and they all seem similar, remember that you can go to the Encyclopedia of cameras and compare the models you want.

Fujifilm X-series compact cameras

In this case we are not talking about any type of compact camera, but about advanced models, models premium.

Fujifilm X100V and Fujifilm XF10,…