Fujifilm XF1

Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | 25 – 100 mm (4×)
papillon_65
 
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I used to have an X10, which I liked very much, until someone dropped it and broke the lens making it uneconomical to repair. I ended up getting an XF-1, mainly due to it's price in the UK (£130 if you shop around) and knowing it had the same sized sensor as the X10. I also found the X10 a little bulky and thought the XF-1 was worth a punt as a small but capable carry around P&S. Of course the RX100 series takes all the plaudits for best in class for this type of camera but it's ...

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aidin594
 
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Excellent Camera. Big con (for me): You need both hands to turn it ON.

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brendanE
 
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I bought the XF1 as a Christmas present to myself after losing several Nikon Coolpix in a row. I consider myself a serious amateur, and I wanted a lightweight camera capable of being taken anywhere without weighing me down. I have been extremely impressed with this small but sturdy camera! The menus and buttons are straightforward and easy to understand and use, with just enough options to make the most of all conditions without being overwhelming. The lens gets an incredible range of angles ...

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This camera is capable of taking sharp, colourful and high standard images. The lens/on-off twist and pull mechanism is fine by itself but there are major design problems on its use for zoom which is entirely mechanical. But more on that in the "problems" section. The ergonomics are good once you've got used to the unique on/off mode which is absolutely fine and those who worry about it are being a bit fussy in my opinion. There are more than enough modes to choose from, including the ...

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SergeyMS
 
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Recently bought it. Excellent quality of pictures, very stylish and small. Exclusively convenient programmable menu system - you may reach all needed functions just in two clicks. New record of Fuji. Perfectionism in all details. They have somebody like Steve Jobs, I think, because their X-100, X-10, X-Pro ans XF are so brilliant, like Apple production.

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i just try out the xf1 for a night shoot. i find out that the nightshoot is very godd and iso control is excellent ! i have more advanced filters to try it as well.

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Kokeen4231
 
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I have not tested the x f1 for long but image quality is reasonably well. somewhat like the x10 since the same sensor is used. It is really sleek and has design is classy. In other words, its got the 'brains and brawns'. Problems: F4.9 at longest end.

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dpmaster
 
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i like this camera alot . i like the design n the performance on this xf1 !

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