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Gear Preview: Fujifilm X-E2s Digital Camera Photo courtesy Fujifilm

Fujifilm's X-E2s has all the functionality without the bulk

Want more functionality than a phone or point-and-shoot, but don’t want the Pelican-case-between-the-knees bulk of a DSLR? Choose a compact mirrorless camera like the new Fujifilm X-E2s for digital SLR image quality and versatility, at a fraction the size and weight (but not, unfortunately, the cost). The Fuji has on-camera metal dials for the most frequently adjusted settings, and a super-handy quick menu button for the rest, making shooting photos and full HD video effortless while still allowing manual control. You get a rugged magnesium body, vast selection of...

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