Fujifilm X-Pro1

Announced Jan 9, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I recently bought a used X-Pro1 off my local buy and sell. The price was too good to resist, even though I had also recently acquired an X-T1, the brand new Fuji camera. After updating to the latest firmware, I was shocked to discover that the X-Pro1 suited my shooting style (careful, deliberate, mostly primes) better than the X-T1 - and I ended up keeping the X-Pro1 and selling the latest and greatest. Fuji should be commended for releasing timely and useful firmware updates for their ...

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WaterDragon
 
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Excellent camera, I'm using it more than the others at the moment. It's just the slowish usability and slowish AF that stops it getting more star power....Extremely tempted by the XT-1 but I got the XPro 1 for it's range finder style and I'm going to hang in there and what/if the "XPro 2" brings.

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alarconjoe
 
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I Love this camera, awesome low light photos.  Easy to carry around all the time, small and light.  A little learning curve, slow auto focus.  Awesome shots, you'll Love the outcome.  Endless setting options on board and on the fly by pressing the Q button.  Love the film simulation feature.  Only had this camera for a week and its a keeper due to the best image results, high ISO with no noise. Thank you Fuji

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annnanlo
 
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I have being photographing for the past 3 years. I started off with Canon T2i then moved on to 60D after a year, and been shooting with 60D until my recent purchased of X-Pro 1. The X-Pro 1 is definitely lighter (body + lens = 1/2 weight of 60D body w/o lens), it's a great camera to be carry around to any places without drawing any attention (unless you broadcast the cost of it). I am extremely impressed with its performance in low light condition when shooting at iso-800 and above, compare ...

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An overall great satisfaction A/- Some bad points given the price tag : -lack of weather sealing -battery capacity -very imprecise frame of OVF with the 35mm -slow AF in dim light at 55mm of the zoom (f4) where 60mm focuses well This could be a serious concern with the new tele at 200mm f 4.8, needs to be carefully checked -lack of built in diopter adjustment makes interchangeable photographer very difficult -Incredibly badly implemented Auto ISO B/- Special mention for some highly positive ...

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Ariftjioe
 
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I just want to add about the AF performance with the latest firmware (at the time of writing). It's much improved in accuracy as I always get the perfect focus ever since. But the AF speed is still only slightly improved, still on the slow side. It doesn't bother me at all. So for now, I'm perfectly happy with this camera I use X-Pro1 for my fun and travel camera. My working camera is my D800

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See my X-E1 review for relevant comments, but the long and short of it is: 1. Amazing IQ in OOC jpegs. 2. Great high ISO in OOC jpegs. 3. Beautiful lenses. 4. Awkward RAW processing. The XPRO-1 also has a sub-standard EVF and I found the OVF kind of annoying to be honest. The Leica cameras do a much better rangefinder implementation and most are more accurate frame lines too. The XPRO-1 is a gorgeous camera but is implemented a bit clumsily IMHO. Problems: Awkward RAW processing. Sub-standard ...

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HetFotoAtelier
 
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this is my new mate for a half year now :-) When I go outdoor every day he's with me :-) amazing camera! Problems: none!

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mjl699
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Incomparable IQ. Outstanding high ISO performance (no NR required up to ISO 1600). Slow to focus. 35mm and 60mm lenses beautiful, esp. 35mm. Great handling. Small and light compared with an SLR, big compared to M4/3 or today's point-and-shoot cameras. You can carry it with a couple of lenses all day without noticing. Problems: Slow to focus. Exposure adjustment does not work in manual mode with Auto ISO.

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