Fujifilm Finds Niche With Old-Style Cameras That Mask a High-Tech Core | NYTimes.com
I had a Fujifilm X10 for a while. It was a wonderfully-made camera which took very good quality photographs, especially for its size.
Ultimately I missed the manualness of a dSLR and its removable lenses, and have since gone back to a Canon. But I do love what Fujifilm is doing in this sector, and I’m sure I’ll be back using one of their mirror-less models in years to come when the convenient size trumps the complexity of a full-blown dSLR.