Fujifilm X-Pro1

Announced Jan 9, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, I just updated my Fuji XPRO 1 with the latest firmware, as well as my 35mm F2 lens. Unfortunately, after upating the camera and lens there are now items on the menu that I cannot access, specifically: Film Simulation, Image Quality (Fine + Raw, Normal + Raw and Raw), IS Mode, Aperture Setting. I followed the instructions on the Fuji website so I'm not sure what went wrong.  Has anyone else had similar issues?  Can anyone help me? I wrote Fuji but I'm hoping there's an easy fix that...
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I'm deciding which 50mm equiv. lens to get, between 35mm f2 and 35mm f1.4, I've read lots of reviews of both lenses, and I'm fully aware that the f2 one focuses faster and quiet than the f1.4 lens, just want to know if any one having X-Pro1 and 35mm f1.4, with latest firmware installed, how slow is 35mm f1.4? I'm using 27mm f2.8 now on X-Pro1 and found the focus speed acceptable (acceptable as a M43 shooter), and how does it compare with 35mm f1.4, on X-Pro1? Thanks! --Blog:...
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I am a portrait photographer i used to have the 5D3 with 24-70 and 70-200 F2.8 lensesLove them for image Qualities  hate the weight. Now i am using fuji love it very much but fu.. its not FF not the same image Qualities Nothing is the same I am thinking to stay with fuji but to add canon system once again I was thinking about starting with this  set  6d+100L+50 1.2 I have fuji xt1 xpro1 +lenses 23-35-56-60macro-50-140  Most i use is the 56mm 50-140 and 35 What say you ? thanks :-)
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Hi I recently bought a x-pro1 and love it. but I am having hard times understanding what DR setting really does. I did an experiment. switching to DR400 from 100 would make picture over exposed (of cause keeping all other settings same). I also noticed that my iso jumped from 200 to 800. Does anyone knows how do I apply this setting in what kind of situation? Many thanks!
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Hi, I own a near mint X-pro1 and most of you here realise it comes with OVF and EVF features. I never own a camera with OVF feature, and hence don't know how to use it well, i.e when and how to use it effectively and also when to switch between OVF and EVF. I hope someone here who is competent in using both these features effectively can outline for me the reasons for using each feature. Thanks in advance.
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Back in my Canon days I used to use a 10-22 APSC lens and I loved it. Now I switched to Fuji and I am thinking of getting a wide angle lens as first lens since I love wide. The lens similar to my 10-22 would definitely be the 10-24 OIS. But it's pretty expensive and a bit front heavy with my X-Pro1. The 14mm however is cheaper, and a lot smaller and lighter. The 16mm is probably the most expensive but has WR and 1.4 aperture which in full frame Canon and Nikon camps would cost almost twice as...
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So I'm learning to use the XP1, and I've read a lot about it's focusing "challenges". When using the corrected AF frame, you get the infinity one in the middle of the VF and the dotted one down to the right. The green in between shows you were the camera is focusing. Right? But which of the two white boxes do you actually use to "point" at your subject with? Sorry for the clumsy question. I will try to explain better if you don't understand ...
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Just purchased the X-Pro1 body only. Really excited in re-entering the Fuji world since the S5 Pro. Was wondering what lens to get as my first lens. Any suggestion? As the first lens I would say I'm looking for general purpose use. But I'm also down to any suggestion that you think fully represents or utilizes the Fuji system and is a signature lens that you think is a must have. I'm already saving up for the 56/1.2 but that's gonna be awhile definitely not my first lens :D Besides that lens,...
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Several reviewers of the X-Pro2 state that it has a feature that automatically switches the OVF magnification between .36x and .6x so it will best match the lens you have mounted. My old X-Pro1 did just that, but the X-Pro2 doesn't. Switching the magnification manually works just fine, but the camera doesn't do it by itself when I switch lenses. Did anyone else notice this? I wonder if I might be doing something wrong, but can't find a setting to enable or disable this feature or anything...
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Alex White (White Knight Press) has always written the best guides for some cameras, I find his Panasonic Lumix LX series (3 to 100) the best there are and I still resource to them once in a while when using my LX cameras, I'm no stranger to the Fuji X series and I'm familiar with the X-Pro1, X-E1, X-E2 and X100T. However, my X-Pro2 arrived today and I've barely installed the strap and superficially explored the menus. Although I know the X-Pro1, X-E2 and X100T by heart, the X-Pro2 is so much...
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