Fujifilm just made compact cameras worthwhile again
As smartphone cameras have become increasingly able to bend the laws of physics with clever algorithms and multiple-lens setups, the humble point-and-shoot camera has all but died out. Sure, you can still buy a small handheld camera with an integrated lens that will be a little better than your smartphone camera (sometimes), but it'll cost you $700, and still be less convenient for uploading to Instagram.
Fujifilm is looking to change up the status quo a little bit with its brand-new camera, the ultra-compact XF10. It's a fixed-lens camera with no zoom, and by stripping back cameras to their most important parts, I think Fujifilm might have made compact cameras viable again.
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