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Which Fujifilm mirrorless camera to buy?

If you’ve decided to make the leap to mirrorless cameras, Fujifilm’s range of X-series cameras – as well as its medium format GFX line – should be among your considerations. Superb sensors, elegant retro design and beautiful image quality are all hallmarks of Fujifilm cameras. But which is the best Fujifilm camera for you?

Fujifilm is having a real purple patch with its X-Series cameras, but it can be difficult to know which is the right one for you. We’ve tested all the models currently available. In this guide we’ve rounded up the best Fujifilm cameras you can buy today for the different types of photography or video you want shoot, as well as the best prices.

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Fujifilm X-T3 Review

Fujifilm X-T3

  • Camera type: Mirrorless
  • Sensor: 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 APS-C sensor
  • Lens mount: X-mount
  • Processing engine: X-Processor 4
  • Lens mount: Fujifilm X
  • Sensitivity range: ISO 80-51,200
  • Viewfinder: 3.69-million-dot high resolution EVF (100% coverage)
  • Screen: 3.0-inch 1.04 million dot 3-directional tilting touch screen LCD
  • Autofocus system: Intelligent hybrid with up to 425 selectable AF points
  • Continuous shooting: 20 fps continuous shooting at full resolution with AF (electronic shutter)
  • Max video resolution: 4K/60P 4:2:0 10bit internal SD card recording; 1080/120p slow motion capabilities
  • Storage: 2x SD/SDHC/SDXC UHS-II
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 132.5 x 92.8 x 58.8mm
  • Weight: 489g

The X-T2 was a very successful camera for Fujifilm, so the company hasn’t messed with the winning formula for the X-T3. The things that everybody loves about the X-T2 are still there, but there are lots of improvements.

Fujifilm took a big leap forward with video for the X-T3. The headline spec is 4K/60P 4:2:2 10bit recording to an HDMI device. However, there’s also 4K/60P 4:2:0 10bit internal recording to an SD card. It’s even possible to record both simultaneously.

What’s more, video can be recorded in H.264/MPEG-4 AVC or H.265/HEVC and the bit rate can be set to 200Mbps for 4K/60P 4:2:0 10bit recording. The compression can be set to All-Intra (4K/29.97P, 25P, 24P, 23.98P, and FHD/59.94P, 50P, 29.97P, 25P, 24P, 23.98P when H.265/HEVC is selected. Not compatible with H.264.) or Long GOP (4K/29.97P, 25P, 24P or 23.98P). And when ALL-Intra is used the bitrate can be set to 400Mbps.

F-Log recording is also possible and can be used when recording video internally or externally. Fuji has also reduced the minimum sensitivity for shooting footage in F-Log and with the Dynamic Range (DR) set to 400% you can use ISO640.

Thanks to a firmware update, the X-T3 also supports Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) recording.

Fujifilm claims that a new noise reduction process along with 4K Interframe Noise Reduction reduces the level of noise visible at ISO 12800 by around 2EV.

Honourable Mention

Fujifilm X-H1

  • Camera type: Mirrorless
  • Sensor: 24.3Mp APS-C (23.6 x 15.6mm) X-Trans CMOS
  • Processing engine: X Processor Pro
  • Lens mount: Fujifilm X
  • Sensitivity range: ISO 200-12,800 expandable to ISO 100-51,200
  • Autofocus system: Hybrid with 91 or 325 points
  • Max continuous shooting rate: Electronic shutter: 14fps for 42 jpegs, 28 lossless compressed raw or 25 uncompressed raw, Mechanical shutter: 8fps for 83 jpegs, 33 lossless compressed raw or 27 uncompressed raw or 11fps with VPB for 73 jpegs, 30 lossless compressed raw or 27 uncompressed raw
  • Max video resolution: 4K (4096×2160)] 24P / 23.98P up to approx. 15min. 4K (3840×2160)] 29.97P / 25P / 24P / 23.98P up to approx. 15min. Full HD (1920×1080)] 59.94P / 50P / 29.97P / 25P / 24P / 23.98P up to approx. 20min. HD (1280×720)] 59.94P / 50P / 29.97P / 25P / 24P / 23.98P up to approx. 30min. With Vertical Power Booster Grip attached, individual movie recording time is extended up to approx. 30min. on both 4K and Full HD mode.
  • Viewfinder: 0.5 inch 3.69 million-dot OLED Color Viewfinder with approx 100% coverage Eyepoint: approx. 23mm Diopter adjustment: -4~+2m-1 Magnification: 0.75× with 50mm lens
  • Screen: Dual-tilting 3-inch LCD with 1,040,000 dots
  • Dimensions: 139.8 x 97.3 x 85.5mm
  • Weight: 623g (body only), 673g with battery and card

The headline video features of the X-H1 are its C4K (4096×2160) and 200Mbps shooting capability long with F-log recording that operates when the footage is saved to an SD-type memory card.

There’s also the ‘Eterna‘ Film Simulation mode that is intended for use in movie mode. This calibrates the camera to output footage that resembles the appearance of cinematic film, reining-in the colour saturation and delivering rich shadows.

Footage is 8-bit and has 4:2:0 colour when recording to a memory card or 4:2:2 when recording to an external device. Slow motion fans can shoot Full-HD footage at up to 120p.

The Dynamic Range setting for video can also be set to 400% and this is claimed to extend the range to 12EV.

An internal mic (24 bit/48 kHz) is provided but there’s a 3.5mm port to connect an external mic for sound recording. If you want to connect headphones, however, you’ll have to invest in the optional Vertical Power Boost grip VPB-XH1. This grip also extends the 4K video recording time to 30mins at a time.

Good news for multi-camera shooters is that the X-H1 has a Time Code option.

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Amy Davies using the Fuji X100F in NYC

Fujifilm X100F

  • Camera type: Compact
  • Sensor: 24.3Mp APS-C (23.6 x 15.6mm) X-Trans CMOS
  • Processing engine: X Processor Pro
  • Lens: Fujinon 23mm f/2.0 (35mm equivalent)
  • Viewfinder: Hybrid: Optical viewfinder (OVF) and 0.48-inch 2,360,000-dot electronic viewfinder (EVF)
  • Screen: Fixed 3.0-inch LCD with 1040,000 dots
  • Sensitivity range: ISO 200-12,800 expandable to ISO 100-51,200
  • Autofocus system: Hybrid with up to 325 AF points, 49 phase detection
  • Max continuous shooting rate: 8fps
  • Max video resolution: Full HD (1920 × 1080) at 59.94 fps
  • Storage: SD/SDHC/SDXC
  • Dimensions: 126.5 × 74.8 × 52.4mm
  • Weight: 469g including battery and card

The Fuji X100F is the fourth generation of the Fujifilm X100 line of APS-C format compact cameras. It has traditional exposure controls and a hybrid viewfinder that lets you choose between an electronic or optical system.

Like the previous X100 models the X100F has a Fujinon 23mm f/2.0 lens which produces an angle of view equivalent to a 35mm lens on a full-frame camera. As well as allowing fast shutter speeds the large aperture gives you tight control over depth of field and there’s a 3-stop ND filter built-in if you need it in bright conditions.

Fujifilm has given the X100F the same 24.3Mp X-Trans CMOS III sensor and X-Processor Pro processor as are found in the X-T2 and X-Pro2 and together with the lens they enable the camera to capture a high level of detail. Fuji’s Film Simulation modes are on hand to get jpeg images looking great and ready to share straight from the camera using the built-in Wi-Fi connectivity.

Best Fujifilm Camera: Fujifilm X-E3

Honourable Mention: Fujifilm X-E3

  • Camera type: Mirrorless
  • Sensor: 24.3Mp APS-C (23.6 x 15.6mm) X-Trans CMOS
  • Lens mount: Fujifilm X
  • Processing engine: X Processor Pro
  • Sensitivity range: ISO 200-12,800 expandable to ISO 100-51,200
  • Autofocus system: Hybrid with up to 325 points. Single point AF: EVF/LCD: 13×7 / 25×13 (Changeable size of AF frame among 6 types) Zone AF: 3×3 / 5×5 / 7×7 from 91 areas on 13 x 7 grid Wide / Tracking AF: (up to 18 area)
  • Max continuous shooting rate: 14fps (electronic shutter) for 35 jpegs or 22 Lossless compression raw files or 21 uncompressed raw files 11fps (electronic shutter) for 53 jpegs or 23 Lossless compression raw files or 21 uncompressed raw files 8fps for 62 jpegs or 25 Lossless compression raw files or 23 uncompressed raw files 5fps for 68 jpegs or 28 Lossless compression raw files or 25 uncompressed raw files
  • Max video resolution: 4K (3840 x 2160) 29.97p / 25p / 24p / 23.98P, 100Mbps Continuous recording : up to Approx. 10 min.
  • Viewfinder: 0.39-inch OLED with 2,360,000 dots
  • Screen: Touch-sensitive 3-inch, LCD with 1040,000 dots
  • Storage: SD/SDHC/SDXC UHS-I
  • Dimensions: 121.3 x 73.9 x 42.7mm / 4.78 x 2.91 x 1.68-inches
  • Weight: 287g / 10.1 oz. (body only), 337g / 11.9 oz. (body plus battery and memory card)
Inside the X-E3 is Fujifilm’s 24.3Mp X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor and X-Processor Pro processing engine combination that appears in the X-T2, X-Pro2, X-T20 and X100F. As a result, it’s capable of producing high-quality images with plenty of detail and attractive colours that are dictated by the selected Film Simulation mode.
It also has an ingenious touch-control system and a mini-joystick that takes the place of a traditional navigation pad and really improves the handling. It’s a gem of a camera and is smaller, lighter and more affordable than the X-Pro2.

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Fujifilm X-T3

  • Camera type: Mirrorless
  • Sensor: 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 APS-C sensor
  • Lens mount: X-mount
  • Processing engine: X-Processor 4
  • Lens mount: Fujifilm X
  • Sensitivity range: ISO 80-51,200
  • Viewfinder: 3.69-million-dot high resolution EVF (100% coverage)
  • Screen: 3.0-inch 1.04 million dot 3-directional tilting touch screen LCD
  • Autofocus system: Intelligent hybrid with up to 425 selectable AF points
  • Continuous shooting: 20 fps continuous shooting at full resolution with AF (electronic shutter)
  • Max video resolution: 4K/60P 4:2:0 10bit internal SD card recording; 1080/120p slow motion capabilities
  • Storage: 2x SD/SDHC/SDXC UHS-II
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 132.5 x 92.8 x 58.8mm
  • Weight: 489g

Previously we listed the X-Pro2 as the best Fuji camera for weddings, but that has now been superseded by the X-Pro3. And while the X-Pro3 is a superb camera, we feel that the majority of Fuji-loving wedding photographers are best served by the X-T3.

Wedding photographers will especially appreciate that the X-T3’s face-detection and eye-detection AF operates in AF-C mode. It makes shooting candid and documentary-style portraits much easier.

In addition, the X-T3’s 0.5-inch 3.69-million-dot viewfinder gives a really excellent preview of the image you’re about to capture. That means you know you’ve nailed the colour and exposure before you even press the shutter release.

Best Fujifilm camera for travel

Fujifilm X-T30 announced, specs, price and release date confirmed

Fujifilm X-T30

  • Camera type: APS-C format mirrorless
  • Sensor: 23.5mm×15.6mm (APS-C) X-Trans CMOS 4
  • Lens mount: Fujifilm X
  • Autofocus system: Intelligent Hybrid AF (TTL contrast AF / TTL phase detection AF)
  • Phase detection AF pixels: 2.16m
  • Viewfinder: Electronic 0.39 inch approx. 2.36 million dots OLED Colour
  • Screen: 3.0-inch 1.04 million dots touchscreen with 100% coverage
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 118.4 x 82.8 x 46.8mm / 4.66 x 3.26 x 1.84-inch
  • Weight: 383g / 13.5 oz. including battery and memory card, 333g / 11.8 oz body only

Fujifilm calls the X-T30 the ‘Little Giant’, and it’s a good name for it. It’s a small camera, but it’s very powerful as it has the same sensor and processing engine as the X-T3. That adds up to a powerful camera for travel.

Its AF system makes a significant step-up from the X-T20’s with much more data being used to ensure that the focusing is accurate and the Face & Eye Tracking system is improved.

Fuji has managed to make the X-T30 smaller than the X-T20 but by swapping the navigation pad for a mini-joystick, there’s more room for your thumb on the back of the camera. Plus it’s easier and quicker to use.

Thanks to dedicated shutter speed and exposure compensation dials along with lens aperture rings, you can set the exposure very quickly on the X-T30.

Crucially, the image quality from the X-T30 is excellent, every bit as good as from the larger (and more expensive) X-T3.

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Fujifilm GFX 100 review

Fujifilm GFX 100

  • Camera type: Medium format mirrorless
  • Phase detection AF points: 3.67m
  • Sensor: 102Mp Medium format (43.8 x 32.9mm) CMOS with Bayer colour filter array
  • Lens mount: Fujifilm G
  • Autofocus system: Intelligent Hybrid AF (contrast AF / phase-detection AF) with up to 425 selectable AF points
  • Viewfinder: 0.5-inch 5.76million-dot OLED
  • Screen: 3-direction tilting 3.2-inch 2.36million-dot touchscreen
  • Continuous Shooting: 10fps for up to 58 Jpeg and 25 raw files with UHS-II card with the viewfinder. In Live view mode, up to 11fps with One-Shot AF or 7fps with Servo AF
  • Sensitivity range: Stills: ISO 100-12,800 expandable to ISO 50-102,400, Video: ISO 200-12,800 expandable to 50-25,600
  • Max video resolution: 4K (4096×2160) 29.97p / 25p / 24p / 23.98p 400Mbps/200Mbps/100Mbps up to Approx. 60min.
  • Storage: SD/SDHC/SDXC UHS-II
  • Dimensions: 156.2mm x 163.6mm x102.9mm (inc EVF)
  • Weight: 1,400g including EVF, 2x battery & memory card

Although the Fuji GFX 100 is a 102Mp medium format camera with a sensor that measures 43.8 x 32.9mm, it doesn’t act like your average medium format camera. For a start there’s 5-axis stabilisation built-in which means you can shoot at much slower shutter speeds than you might expect. I was able to get a high hit rate at 1/15sec with the GF 63mm f/2.8 r WR lens mounted for instance.

The autofocusing system is also very impressive, even managing to get fast-moving subjects sharp and keep them that way. This is paired with the ability to shoot at up to 10fps and it makes the GFX 100 much more versatile than many other medium format cameras.

Add in the 0.5-inch 5.76million-dot OLED viewfinder and the exceptional image quality and you start to understand why I love the GFX 100. Sadly the price means I am unlikely to buy one, but if you want to capture incredible levels of detail, it’s an excellent choice.

Best Fujifilm camera for beginners

Fujifilm X-T100: price, specs, release date confirmed

Fujifilm X-T100

  • Camera type: Mirrorless
  • Sensor: 24.2Mp APS-C format (23.5 x 15.7mm) CMOS
  • Lens mount: Fujifilm X
  • Sensitivity range: ISO200 to 12800(1/3 step), Extended range: ISO100 / 25600 / 51200
  • Autofocus system: Intelligent Hybrid AF with phase and contrast detection. Up to 91 AF selectable AF points
  • Max continuous shooting rate: 6.0 fps (JPEG : max. approx. 26 frames), 3.0 fps (JPEG : max. up to card full)
  • Max video resolution: 4K 3840 x 2160 15P, Continuous recording : up to approx. 30 min. Full HD 1920 x 1080 59.94p / 50p / 24p / 23.98p, Continuous recording : up to approx. 30 min.
  • Viewfinder: 0.39-inch 2,360,000-dot OLED with 100% coverage
  • Screen: 3.0-inch 1,040,000-dot 3 way tilt TFT LCD
  • Dimensions: 121.0 x 83.0 x 47.4mm / 4.8 x 3.3 x 1.9-inches (Minimum depth: 33.4mm / 1.3-inch)
  • Weight: 448g / 15.8oz including battery and memory card, 399g / 14.1oz body only

Although it’s aimed at beginners the Fujifilm X-T100 has a nice solid build, a good quality viewfinder and a robust-feeling 3-way tilting screen. In fact, the build quality is so good, it doesn’t feel like an entry-level camera.

Inside it has a regular design 24Mp CMOS sensor rather than the X-Trans CMOS III design chip of X-series cameras further up the Fujifilm line, but it still delivers high-quality results.

You also get 11 of Fujifilm’s superb Film Simulation modes, Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity and a straightforward interface. We’re not fans of the power zoom of the XC15-45mmF3.5-5.6 OIS PZ kit lens, but on the whole, the X-T100 is a good choice for beginners.

The Fujifilm X-T100 looks and feels like the real deal. It has an excellent viewfinder and screen for an entry-level model and it delivers high-quality images.

If you want a better AF system or more traditional controls, however, take a look at the X-T30 further up the Fujifilm line. In my view, the X-T100’s viewfinder gives it an edge over the more recent Fuji X-A7.

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Best Fujifilm Camera: Fujifilm X-T3

Fujifilm X-T3

  • Camera type: Mirrorless
  • Sensor: 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 APS-C sensor
  • Lens mount: X-mount
  • Processing engine: X-Processor 4
  • Lens mount: Fujifilm X
  • Sensitivity range: ISO 80-51,200
  • Viewfinder: 3.69-million-dot high resolution EVF (100% coverage)
  • Screen: 3.0-inch 1.04 million dot 3-directional tilting touch screen LCD
  • Autofocus system: Intelligent hybrid with up to 425 selectable AF points
  • Continuous shooting: 20 fps continuous shooting at full resolution with AF (electronic shutter)
  • Max video resolution: 4K/60P 4:2:0 10bit internal SD card recording; 1080/120p slow motion capabilities
  • Storage: 2x SD/SDHC/SDXC UHS-II
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 132.5 x 92.8 x 58.8mm
  • Weight: 489g

If we had to pick our favourite Fujifilm camera it would be the X-T3. If we had to pick our favourite camera, the Fujifilm X-T3 would be right up there.

It has the same mini-DSLR design as the X-T2 it replaces, with an electronic viewfinder at the centre of the top-plate and a traditional exposure control arrangement. However, inside, the 26Mp sensor and 4th generation processor are both new and they enable better image quality and video. There are also improvements to the autofocus and continuous shooting systems which make the X-T3 even more versatile than the camera it replaces.

Fujifilm X-T30 announced, specs, price and release date confirmed

Honourable mention: Fujifilm X-T30

  • Camera type: APS-C format mirrorless
  • Sensor: 23.5mm×15.6mm (APS-C) X-Trans CMOS 4
  • Lens mount: Fujifilm X
  • Autofocus system: Intelligent Hybrid AF (TTL contrast AF / TTL phase detection AF)
  • Phase detection AF pixels: 2.16m
  • Viewfinder: Electronic 0.39 inch approx. 2.36 million dots OLED Colour
  • Screen: 3.0-inch 1.04 million dots touchscreen with 100% coverage
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 118.4 x 82.8 x 46.8mm / 4.66 x 3.26 x 1.84-inch
  • Weight: 383g / 13.5 oz. including battery and memory card, 333g / 11.8 oz body only

If the budget doesn’t allow the X-T3, take a look at the X-T30. It has the same 26.1Mp backside-illuminated (BSI) APS-C format 4th generation X-Trans CMOS sensor and X-Processor as is in the X-T3, so it produces the same image quality. It’s also smaller and lighter, which is nice for travel or just carrying every day.

In addition, it has an autofocus system that the X-T3 needed a firmware upgrade to match. This is supported by a maximum continuous shooting rate of 30fps (frames per second). That’s good for action shooters. Meanwhile, portrait and social photographers will love the Face & Eye Tracking system.

Fujifilm has also made a few handling improvements in comparison with the older X-T20. These include exchanging the navigation pad for a joystick controller. It’s a great move which means you have more room for your thumb on the back of the camera.

The traditional exposure controls are there but the X-T30 doesn’t have the metering mode and sensitivity (ISO) dial of the X-T3. However, Auto ISO options let you set your limits for sensitivity and the electronic viewfinder allows you to assess exposure before you take the shot, so you’re unlikely to need to change the metering mode quickly.

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Bargain Cameras

Fujifilm X-T2

  • High-quality APS-C format 24.3Mp sensor
  • Traditional exposure controls
  • Customisable Continuous AF system

The arrival of the X-T3 means that there are a few new X-T2’s available at knock-down prices and some superb value second-hand models. Most of these cameras have been used by enthusiasts who cherish their cameras but have been able to resist the draw of a new model, so they make a great bargain choice.

Although it’s aimed at enthusiast and pro photographers, the 24Mp X-T2 also has a lot to offer novice photographers. All those buttons and dials can be a little off-putting to some, but many beginners love the direct control and they really help you get to grip with the most important aspects of photography.

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Fujifilm X-Pro3: price, specs, release date announced

Fujifilm X-Pro3

  • Camera type: Mirrorless
  • Sensor: 26.1Mp APS-C format (23.5 x 15.6mm) X-Trans CMOS 4
  • Lens Mount: Fujifilm X
  • Processing Engine: X Processor 4
  • Autofocus system: Intelligent Hybrid AF Single point AF: 13×9 / 25×17 AF points Zone AF: 3×3 / 5×5 / 7×7 from 91 areas on 13×9 grid Wide/Tracking AF: (up to 18 area) AF-S: Wide / AF-C: Tracking All
  • Viewfinder: Hybrid, Optical: Reverse Galilean viewfinder with electronic bright frame, 95% coverage, x0.52 magnification, Electronic: 0.5-inch 3.69 million-dot OLED, 100% coverage, 0.66x magnification
  • Screen: 1.28-inch, 1:1 LCD and 3.0-inch, 3:2, tilting 1.62 million dot touchscreen that tilts through 180-degrees
  • Sensitivity range: ISO 160-12,800 (expansions settings of ISO 80/100/125/25600/51200)
  • Continuous Shooting: 20fps using the electronic shutter for 79 Jpegs or 36 Lossless compression raw files, or 34 uncompressed raw files 11fps using the mechanical shutter for 145 Jpegs or 42 Lossless compression raw files, or 36 uncompressed raw files 30fps using the electronic shutter and with a 1.25 crop for 60 Jpegs or 35 Lossless compression raw files or 33 uncompressed raw files
  • Storage: 2x SD/SDHC/SDXC UHS-II
  • Video: DCI 4K(4096×2160) at 29.97p/25p/24p/23.98p and 200Mbps/100Mbps for up to 15min
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 140.5 × 82.8mm 46.1mm / 5.5in × 3.3in × 1.8-inches
  • Weight: 497g / 17.5oz including battery and SD card, 447g / 15.8oz body only

Fujifilm went a bit off-piste for the X-Pro3. Instead of making the predictable upgrade to the X-Pro2, it decided to hide the main screen behind the tilting back panel to put greater emphasis on viewfinder photography. And it works a treat, because the X-Pro3 is a really lovely camera to use for a spot of street or reportage photography. But if you’re the sort of photographer who likes to dip into the menu and changes settings on a frequent basis, it may not be the model for you.

Although the rangefinder-like design of the Fuji X-Pro line isn’t for everyone, you can’t question the build quality of the X-Pro3. Its top and bottom plates are made from titanium, which is a very light but tough metal, and the front and back sections are made from magnesium alloy. What’s more, all the joints and controls are weather-sealed.

There’s also a hybrid viewfinder that combines a top-level electronic viewfinder with an advanced direct-view type optical viewfinder. You can swap between the two with the flick of a switch.

Inside the Fuji X-Pro3, Fujifilm has used the same APS-C format 26.1Mp back-illuminated X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and X-Processor 4 as is in the X-T3. That means it captures first-rate images. We especially like the new Classic Neg Film Simulation mode that reduces the colour saturation a little while giving contrast a slight boost.

Battery Life

Battery life can be an issue with mirrorless cameras, so it’s worth having a spare or two. With that in mind, we recommend the Hahnel Pro Cube 2 battery charger. This enables you to charge two batteries at the same time, or just one if you prefer. It also has interchangeable plates so you can charge different types of battery with the same unit. As well as the plates for the camera battery, it comes with a AA battery charging plate.

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