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First full-res Fujifilm X-Pro1 images appear on the web
Four full-size images from the Fujifilm X-Pro1 have been released by the two photographers commissioned to shoot with the camera (apparently using a pre-production unit). Australian photojournalist Michael Coyne and landscape photographer Christian Fletcher are shooting with the camera and have published four images taken with the 18mm lens, alongside a video explaining their first impressions. All the images, shot at a range of ISO settings, have been passed through Photoshop, according to the EXIF, but are said to be unprocessed. (via PetaPixel)
(Ignore all the talk of 'raw' images - they appear to mean not post-processed)
Following a request from Christian Fletcher, we've removed links to the images to prevent his server being overloaded.
|© Christian FletcherISO 4001/200th, F5.6||© Christian FletcherISO 400 1/300th, F8|
|© Michael CoyneISO 10001/200th, F3.6||© Michael CoyneISO 64001/250th, F3.2|