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Just Posted: Fujifilm X-E1 hands-on preview

By dpreview staff on Sep 6, 2012 at 05:00 GMT

Just Posted: Our hands-on Fujifilm X-E1 preview. We've had a chance to get to grips with Fujifilm's latest X-mount mirrorless interchangeable lens camera and have prepared a preview looking at its key features and technologies. The X-E1 is Fujifilm's second mirrorless interchangeable lens camera and the first to rely solely on an electronic viewfinder for operation - we look at how the camera handles this, while we get a handle on how it sits alongside its peers.

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Total comments: 278
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Superka
By Superka (Sep 6, 2012)

Fuji! Will you make a digital Fuji TX-1? Only you can!

4 upvotes
alexjeoh
By alexjeoh (Sep 6, 2012)

sample images
http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/x/fujifilm_x_e1/sample_images/

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plasnu
By plasnu (Sep 6, 2012)

Yesssssssssssssssssssss!

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Nishi Drew
By Nishi Drew (Sep 6, 2012)

No longer a rangefinder, although whenever I tried out the Xpro I preferred the EVF as the results are right there. I can't get myself used to the lag though, not just moving around while looking through, but brining up the finder to my eyes I need to wait for a split-second to see, then of course compose and wait for the AF to work... Fuji needs speed to appeal better to the pro market. But for everyday carry, the XE-1 is tempting

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Keto
By Keto (Sep 6, 2012)

None of the X cameras have been rangefinders anyway.

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tinternaut
By tinternaut (Sep 6, 2012)

With that fast kit zoom, it reminds me of the Panasonic L1.

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plasnu
By plasnu (Sep 6, 2012)

Yep. This is something that Pana has to make.

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FrankS009
By FrankS009 (Sep 6, 2012)

Where is Panasonic's entry into the rangefinder style camera with internal EVF? It might be a bit bigger than an GX1, but would still be more pocketable that this camera. The GH3 will be nice, but not for us ordinary folks. Stop hiding from the competition, Panasonic, or at least that is how it seems. Fuji is pumping out enthusiast cameras - perhaps too quickly. Time for Panasonic to make a move to show that 4thirds can do it.

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MarkInSF
By MarkInSF (Sep 7, 2012)

Other than the GH2, which seems like a happy accident, Panasonic has had no luck at anything but bargain cameras. Maybe that is their fate, though their nice lenses suggest they could do better.

I'm getting tempted by a G3 or GX1 for $500. Or a GX1 with the power zoom for $650. That would make a nice compact rig. I'd like it for travel but doubt the LCD would be good in sunlight, and it's fixed. That was a bad move. Anyhow, never buy a Panasonic near list. They almost always fall quickly.

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D1N0
By D1N0 (Sep 6, 2012)

On first sight it looked like a Pen to me. Bit I guess is more like a x-pro1 with no OVF.

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qwertyasdf
By qwertyasdf (Sep 6, 2012)

Mouth watering.
This with the 14mm F/2.8 lens might actually the best low-weight hiking / travelling kit.

5 upvotes
King Penguin
By King Penguin (Sep 6, 2012)

I agree, a very nice looking bit of kit....esp. in silver.......now, if it were FF I'd certainly put my grandmother on eBay to fund it!

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Nikkorforever
By Nikkorforever (Sep 6, 2012)

LOL hahaha

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plasnu
By plasnu (Sep 6, 2012)

No reason not to buy them.

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John Cal
By John Cal (Sep 6, 2012)

The styling is not Leggo-ish enough for me. Pentax and Fuji should join forces and conquer the world. It just needs in-body SR and a Pentax K mount and I would buy it in an instant....It's a great camera. I hope the Pentax K-02 has these features plus an OLED swivel screen.... and I would be in heaven.

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ManuelVilardeMacedo
By ManuelVilardeMacedo (Sep 6, 2012)

It won't happen. As far as Pentax is concerned, you might as well burn in hell ;)

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Zvonimir Tosic
By Zvonimir Tosic (Sep 6, 2012)

As well as Pentax is concerned, cameras like X100 and X-Pro1 would've been polished up and worked out to minute details. But Fuji isn't Pentax, no — Fuji is big, too big to be too concerned. Thus Fuji really cares not whether their cameras can actually perform well, or will people think that their design flaws are actually features for the 'blessed'. :)

Comment edited 2 minutes after posting
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Raist3d
By Raist3d (Sep 6, 2012)

I tried the X1 Pro but not with the very latest firmware upgrade. I think the image quality is fantastic and a first look the controls look great- until you realize the camera just feels laggy in overall response. I could live with bad AF itf the manual focus was first class but it isn't- it's fly by wire and there's a distinctive lag between rotating the lens focusing and the UI response/lens response.

Fuji is promising fixing a lot of these issues with the new firmware and new model, so we'll see. If they fixed that, great. If not, as much as I like the output, it drives me a bit nuts.

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OneGuy
By OneGuy (Sep 7, 2012)

Interesting reaction. It seems some people get pulled in by Fuji and then the cam starts to nag like an old woman. [It could be tough to admit you made a wrong choice with a woman.]

I read several X100 observations with the result the cam got returned.

And the X10? Dpr needs to integrate the company's history, good and bad, into their talk. I find specific owner cam reviews on Amazon much, much more helpful than the (pre)announcement warp hype at dpr.

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Karl Gnter Wnsch
By Karl Gnter Wnsch (Sep 6, 2012)

Another epic fail on the sensor side. Again - just like the SCCD's introduced ages ago - the resulting images show abundant artifacts because of Fujis choice of a different sensor layout. Previously the sensor cells were hexagonal and orientated mainly diagonally - trading off resolution for tighter packing and requiring an rotational interpolation.
Now they are sacrificing color fidelity on the altar of luminance resolution. Sorry but this concept doesn't pass muster for me! The traditional demosaicing algorithms are well researched and can deliver exceptional results. The Fuji concept is not free from moiree though they claim it to be better - which it may well be but the tradeoff to not have well defined color edges ruins this whole concept for me.

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Raist3d
By Raist3d (Sep 6, 2012)

Not quite sure what color fidelity you are talking about. Have you actually tried the X1- Pro? In Lightroom you see some color issues, but not in JPEG. The raw issue will improve over time.

The real main issues of this camera is the UI response, in particular manual focusing. The sensor is fine.

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cheddargav
By cheddargav (Sep 6, 2012)

What he said...

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Esa Tuunanen
By Esa Tuunanen (Sep 6, 2012)

cheddargav, Fuji's colour filter array just changes one problem to another.
It distorts competition of makers greatly when people who should know better (knowingly?) spread marketing BS instead of acknowledging chosen tech's downsides.

Like Karl also I remember all the BS Fuji had with their "SuperCCD" trickstery. First that in reality lower resolution diagonally arranged sensor and then supposedly revolutionary compact camera sensor whose high ISO images looked polished&waxed plastics.

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Karl Gnter Wnsch
By Karl Gnter Wnsch (Sep 6, 2012)

@Raist3d: You might not want to see it but look at what for example happens to foliage - even in the highly praised in camera JPEG I find this kind of smudging intolerable. I have had two Fuji SCCD cameras and the same story is happening again - they produce a "revolutionary" sensor design which has serious drawbacks for little or no benefit...

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Daniel from Bavaria
By Daniel from Bavaria (Sep 6, 2012)

Hi Günther,

I don't see the epic fail (and why is such a dramatic expression necessary to point an opinion out?).
I just see that meanwhile for a lot of cases I prefer to use the X-Pro 1 over my 5dmkII, and I already got rid of some lenses in favour of the Fuji.
Yes, RAW is still an issue, but an solvable one. But, how funny, I have re-discovered Jpegs as a very convinient possibility. Meanwhile I have some big prints at home, and especially some shots I took in Asia are just breathtaking. And so far I never had problems with moire. Not on architecture, people, landscape, cottons...

Surly the X-Pro1 is not for everything and even in its strong areas there are some weaknesses, but picture-quality and colour rendition is for sure no weakness but a huge strength of it - from point of view.

Daniel

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (Sep 6, 2012)

Daniel from Bavaria:

What are you extracting raws with? I hope not Silkypix, with its horrid smudging and terrible color control.

Comment edited 6 minutes after posting
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plasnu
By plasnu (Sep 6, 2012)

Have you ever seen any images taken by this sensor?

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v_roma
By v_roma (Sep 6, 2012)

If everyone thought that way, we'd never have innovation. The RAW conversion software will catch up and is a terrible reason not to innovate in sensor design. I don't own or intend to own the X-PRO1 or XE-1 but I like what Fuji is doing.

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threeOh
By threeOh (Sep 6, 2012)

"horrid smudging and terrible color control". That's quite a statement when I read one accomplished photographer after another testing SilkyPix to improve results versus Lightroom. I hear complaints about the interface, but not about IQ.

Here's a camera where the IQ has been universally acclaimed and your take is "horrid smudging and terrible color control".

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TEBnewyork
By TEBnewyork (Sep 6, 2012)

Great addition of a second body to join my X-pro 1.

Super happy that the external controls are essentially the same. Makes using the two bodies in tandem very appealing.

The external controls on the x-pro1 seem to be in all the "right" spots for me. Really good ergs like that make the camera melt away so you think more about the shot vs. operating the controls.

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Petka
By Petka (Sep 6, 2012)

My thoughts also. This would be great with adapter lenses and zooms, with which the optical viewfinder is not so good. I just hope the viewfinder is faster than on the X-Pro1.

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xoio
By xoio (Sep 6, 2012)

Very nice looking Camera!

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thejohnnerparty
By thejohnnerparty (Sep 6, 2012)

Okay staff, can you throw in some "preview" pics. Please. We know it's a prototype camera.

Comment edited 1 minute after posting
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Andy Westlake
By Andy Westlake (Sep 6, 2012)

No, for two reasons. 1) We know it's a prototype camera, and 2) image quality is identical to the X-Pro1's, so there's nothing to add.

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harold1968
By harold1968 (Sep 6, 2012)

congratulations Fuji
a truly desirable camera with IQ first in mind (primes)

Fuji shows Nikon and Canon hows its done (V1 and EOS-M - not in the same league!)

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cheddargav
By cheddargav (Sep 6, 2012)

Very well said harold. People so often criticise a company for delivering a camera without the lenses to back it up - Fuji have nailed it from the start by producing 3 apparently excellent primes from day one

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Esa Tuunanen
By Esa Tuunanen (Sep 6, 2012)

Harold and cheddargav.
You really have to decrease your blind trusting to marketing whose purpose is legalized lying.

Center performance is sure very high in X-Pro lenses but 18mm and 35mm lenses are hardly excellent in lot lower resolution toward edges/corner needing stopping lens many stops...
Which is basically behaviour of average APS-C/35mm system optics. And actually better lenses commonly have sharpness close to center performance all the way to edges.
http://www.photozone.de/fuji_x

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Petka
By Petka (Sep 6, 2012)

My understanding was that the 35mm 1.4 is one of the sharpest lenses ever. At least mine is just amazing even full open. 60mm also, 18mm is a bit soft in the corners, but most WAs are.

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Essai
By Essai (Sep 6, 2012)

"Fuji shows Nikon and Canon hows its done (V1 and EOS-M - not in the same league!)"

What a pathetic comment. These arent even in the same market.

What I remember is how miserable were the Fuji DSLR.

And what is the market share of Fuji for 2011-12 ?

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threeOh
By threeOh (Sep 6, 2012)

Perhaps because the Fuji DSLR was made by Nikon.

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AbrasiveReducer
By AbrasiveReducer (Sep 6, 2012)

The 18mm is, regrettably, not great (especially for the price). But the other lenses are terrific.

1 upvote
cgarrard
By cgarrard (Sep 6, 2012)

Is it just me or is the grip sorely needing to be removed from both the xpro and the xe1? It looks superfluous and glued on to me, and unnecessary. It ruins the look of both cameras a little bit. I prefer the clean classic lines without the grip personally. I just want to pry it off with a screwdriver or something every time I see it and wipe off any excess sticky tab ... or something.

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Petka
By Petka (Sep 6, 2012)

While I have added the extra grip, makes handing so much better...

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JesperMP
By JesperMP (Sep 6, 2012)

I would prefer MORE grip, rather than less.
Would have liked that there was a more substantial grip, and with the trigger button integrated into the top of the grip, like Nex. Dont want to buy the addon grip.

Aestetically I can see what you mean. But to me function tops looks.

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tcab
By tcab (Sep 6, 2012)

Both the xpro-1 and this upcoming Fuji have the same new handgrip design which creates a narrow, uncomfortable place for a finger between the lens and the edge of the grip. My finger gets wedged in there, making holding these cameras a pain. It astounds me that such a design annoyance is being perpetuated in the new model.

My x100 has no such grip (has a smooth bump instead) and is a joy to touch and hold.

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plasnu
By plasnu (Sep 6, 2012)

Sony NEX grip design is the most practical design. The battery is in it.

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cgarrard
By cgarrard (Sep 6, 2012)

@Jesper- I've used similar designs without a grip- Leica M's and the Digilux 2, no need for a grip as long as the body has a textured surface and is the right size (that being the key component). Smaller cameras, I'd agree, yes they need some sort of grip (rx100 comes to mind), but not larger cameras (think G12 and larger).

I think the X100's grip looks nicer if there must be a grip. The one on there looks like you can take it off- its tacky and ugly (as is the raised LCD on the back). I'd be willing to compromise that a grip would be better but not the way they designed it- for looks or how it feels in hand (I've used the XPRO1 several times).

Carl

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JesperMP
By JesperMP (Sep 6, 2012)

Carl, yes a textured material goes a long way to get a good hold on a camera.
Still, IMO both smaller and bigger cameras benefit from as substantial a grip that is practically possible to design into a camera. Ricoh shows how to do it on small cameras. Sony shows how to do it with medium sized cameras.
If you think that it is enough that the body is fat and chunky, then K-03 must be just right for you ;)

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harold1968
By harold1968 (Sep 7, 2012)

It's just you!

(although I suppose removable would be nice)

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wyoming
By wyoming (Sep 6, 2012)

this is very interesting, i prefer the m4/3 compactess but this camera is very interesting.
in my opinion mirrorless will eat the dslr market in the next years.

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Nightwings
By Nightwings (Sep 6, 2012)

ONLY if they put EVF's. Otherwise DSLR's are here to stay.
No EVF/OVF = No Sale

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Petka
By Petka (Sep 6, 2012)

For certain kind of uses (news, action, sports) a real time view is priceless. All EVFs smear and lag behind, especially in low light. I would never imagine using nothing but a DSLR (or X-Pro1) for my professional work.

4 upvotes
Vitruvius
By Vitruvius (Sep 6, 2012)

Next stop down memory lane for camera makers... Twin Lens Reflex! Would love to see a Rollieflex or Mamiya C220 style camera in digital format with traditional Optical Viewfinder on top, perhaps enhanced with digital information like the heads-up displays. Would be very retro and functional for waist level shooting, travel, portrait, etc.

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Glen Barrington
By Glen Barrington (Sep 6, 2012)

Waist level shooting is a valid use of a fully articulated Electronic View screen. Since waist level shooting has never lent itself well to action photography, I find using the EVS an acceptable method. The problem is that the EVS is usually too small for really effective use in that manner.

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scott_mcleod
By scott_mcleod (Sep 6, 2012)

Welll now it's looks like it's down to the X-E1 or the NEX-6 for me. I already have a Novoflex NEX-MD adapter so that's a plus, but I really dig the form-factor of the X-E1. If:
- Fuji can provide a top-notch SDK for 3rd-party RAW converters
*and*
- the stabilized kit zoom is really, really good (like, the Nikkor 16-85VR)
*and especially*
- if the price is not insane
...count me in! :)

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plasnu
By plasnu (Sep 6, 2012)

Unless you shoot movies, I don't see any reason to choose NEX.

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peevee1
By peevee1 (Sep 6, 2012)

There is a matter of long zoom availability now (rather than "maybe in 2013") and faster shooting speed and potentially faster C-AF with on-sensor PDAF on NEX-6 - all for shooting action.

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CarlPH
By CarlPH (Sep 6, 2012)

And another winner for the mirrorless system, looks like CANIKON can no longer afford sending children's toys into this segment. Its just a matter of time till they get the idea.

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JadedGamer
By JadedGamer (Sep 6, 2012)

Counter-argument: Fuji knew they had no chance against Canikon in the DSLR area (witness how long since the S5 Pro), so they hunted for a different market - and the mirrorless apepars to be where Canikon are weakest (Nikon 1 sells a fair amount but is "different", while Canon EOS-M seems half-hearted at best).

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centvrion1
By centvrion1 (Sep 6, 2012)

In my opinion SLR system is losing its sense of being with EVF getting better and better...SLR was born to give you through the lens view...now with EVFs you have not only through the lens view but also a preview of what will be exposure, WB and so on...moreover with the mirror you have moving parts and...they are bulky!
IMHO there's no chance for SRL

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iaredatsun
By iaredatsun (Sep 6, 2012)

SLRs will not expire until the compacts can deliver lightening fast AF to match them. So far not. I bet this wont be different. Even my old Ricoh GR1 beats the mirrorless cameras with contrast detect AF I have tried.

Comment edited 7 minutes after posting
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centvrion1
By centvrion1 (Sep 6, 2012)

I think phase detection could be achieved also on mirrorless bodies...see Nikon 1 and the new Canon's mirrorless http://www.mirrorlessrumors.com/another-canon-patent-for-improved-phase-detection-autofocus-next-mirrorless-sensor/
http://www.dpreview.com/previews/canon-eos-m/2

Comment edited 2 times, last edit 4 minutes after posting
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Emacs23
By Emacs23 (Sep 6, 2012)

@iaredatsun
It will be faster than you can expect. I bet this will happen in 1 year, if not this year at photokina. And this won't be on sensor PDAF which is crappy idea from the very beginning.

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Ken Rimple
By Ken Rimple (Sep 6, 2012)

BOO Fuji, BOO! The Optical Viewfinder was the single best thing for low-light photography with me. ICK to electronic viewfinders unless I'm doing macro. Shame, shame, shame.

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unlearny
By unlearny (Sep 6, 2012)

It looks awesome proving once again that Fujifilm still knows what a real camera looks like... I wish they'd stop hinting around with the stylistic nods and just start making a Digital GW690, wouldn't that be brainmeltingly great? Wouldn't you pay 6000 bucks for one? I probably would, sadly.

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scott_mcleod
By scott_mcleod (Sep 6, 2012)

Brainmeltingly great, yes!!! (I love my GW690III, I just will never understand why they did not put a meter in it)

At $6k, probably not ;) unless it had a MF-sized sensor to go with it (I assume that's what you meant). Even then it would have to have some *serious* chops in the IQ department to justify such expense.

Their current GF670W chassis with its 55mm lens and the Pentax 44 x 33mm 40MP sensor would make an awesome camera, though with a smaller area to cover than 56 x 70mm I'm sure they could make a faster lens and keep it to a similar size... I can dream! :)

1 upvote
CraigArnold
By CraigArnold (Sep 6, 2012)

Yeah.

An outsized XE-1 with a MF sensor in it. That would tempt me.

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ashwinrao1
By ashwinrao1 (Sep 6, 2012)

I think there's report of contrast detect AF in the X-E1 vs phase detect in the XPro-1...that could be a huge deal....possibly enough to warrant a "downgrade" to the XE-1, should the OVF be optional to the interested photographer....

I also got the sense that DPReview was satisfied, but not blown away by AF speed improvements....They key is whether this camera can focus on relatively fast-moving action....therein lies the challenge.

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Richard Butler
By Richard Butler (Sep 6, 2012)

Both cameras are contrast-detection only.

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jl123
By jl123 (Sep 6, 2012)

"I also got the sense that DPReview was satisfied, but not blown away by AF speed improvements."

Hey thats was my line! (:

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Deleted78792
By Deleted78792 (Sep 6, 2012)

Here's another idea to reduce cost and size further. Remove the LCD. The eye-on-EVF method provides for more stability and is a more immersive experience. Yes, the flexibility to shoot from close to the ground or the camera held above the head is lost, but not much else. Many of us use the LCD just for chimping anyway. Removing it will also allow for a more discreet shooting experience. With high quality EVFs now available, why even bother with an LCD?

Btw, imaging resource has a very nice preview too.

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robmanueb
By robmanueb (Sep 6, 2012)

If you remove the LCD you might as well shoot film. Unless you can review your shots through the viewfinder... Pretty much the biggest advance in photography through the uptake of digital is the instant feedback loop you get by being able to see what you have shot. Fair enough if your a full time professional, but to learn how to shoot a digital camera without that feedback loop would be a huge learning curve. Not something I would wish on anyone.

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Deleted78792
By Deleted78792 (Sep 6, 2012)

Shots can be reviewed through the EVF as well.

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zdys
By zdys (Sep 6, 2012)

I like your idea. Not only would you lower the cost, but you could finally again also take a camera in rough environments without having to fear scratching the glass. I´d like it - VERY RETRO FEALING. Of course looking at the images in EVF would have to be possible - that´s clear.

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JesperMP
By JesperMP (Sep 6, 2012)

Great idea.

rohmanueb, is there any EVF-enabled camera that does NOT allow you to review the images by the EVF ?

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plasnu
By plasnu (Sep 6, 2012)

Too niche, that means the production cost will be much higher.

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robmanueb
By robmanueb (Sep 7, 2012)

@JesperMP. Sorry I guess that means they all do? What is it like to review your images? I've never used one.

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jl123
By jl123 (Sep 6, 2012)

DP review write about the XE-1:
"The X-E1 uses a new autofocus algorithm and different sensor drive mode, which promises significantly-improved speed"

What is a different sensor drive mode? Does the xpro1 have this as well?

Hmmm also if one looks at the wording of the new firmware in their other post; DP write: "Both autofocus and manual focus feel much more responsive. Manual focus in particular is greatly improved "

That pretty much says that the AF is not a grand slam. Reading between the lines, it looks like the new AF even with the LM lenses will not be in the OM5 class.

Also strange to note is that there seem to be no other LM series lenses on the road map? If this is the case then the AF issue will continue. Why wouldn't Fuji be releasing a least one or two non zoom LM series lenses, it doesn't make sense.

I'm a little less excited than I was before the XE story broke. Maybe in a year or two LM lenses will come on line and the AF will truly be close to the new guys. j

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Richard Butler
By Richard Butler (Sep 6, 2012)

Our impressions are that the 18-55mm may well offer O-MD standards of AF. We've not tested them side-by-side but it should be competitive.

Comment edited 4 minutes after posting
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jl123
By jl123 (Sep 6, 2012)

Wow I'm glad you said that! But one sec Mr. Butler again What is a different sensor drive mode? Does the xpro1 have this as well?

And last are there any other LM lenses coming? With that level of performance it would be very sad if the zoom was all thanks, j

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Raist3d
By Raist3d (Sep 6, 2012)

@ R Butler- that's really good news. I wonder if Fuji then plans to re-release the primes with new motors to ballpark match that speed?

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Roger Nordin
By Roger Nordin (Sep 6, 2012)

O-MD ... well, not even dpreview staff can remember that cryptic model name Olympus gave the camera, apparently. :-)

1 upvote
Naveed Akhtar
By Naveed Akhtar (Sep 6, 2012)

I preffer the name O-MD :))

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plasnu
By plasnu (Sep 6, 2012)

The best millerless ever!

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Ema2010
By Ema2010 (Sep 6, 2012)

Very handsome and impressive looking camera. Hope the outcome images will match the exterior look.

2 upvotes
ChrishsChan
By ChrishsChan (Sep 6, 2012)

The image quality should be one of the best, I have no doubt about it, I have the XF1. Buy one.

1 upvote
yslee1
By yslee1 (Sep 6, 2012)

US$1000 body-only seems better.

0 upvotes
Nate21
By Nate21 (Sep 6, 2012)

Seems promising hope the price point is in reach

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beckmarc
By beckmarc (Sep 6, 2012)

looks like a great camera. I can't wait to try it out

0 upvotes
RStyga
By RStyga (Sep 6, 2012)

Much better, Fujifilm, much better. Don't flunk on the price test, now!

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