Fujifilm X-E1

Announced Sep 6, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 2.8 screen | APS-C sensor
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+small digital viewfinder shows to you, how bright or how dark will be your photo. This is a very great advantage for daylight shootings. +resolution is enormous +many nice old lenses suitable by adapter +high Iso range usuable with scarecely noise +big posters possible +lack of deep-pass-filter allows star shootings with never seen galaxies -only with adapter: macro shootings difficult when using flash (viewfinder a few too dark with closed aperture)

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Maybe a little bit problem as for the setting of a flash power before a snapshot. The setting is deeply hidden in menu. On the other hand is X-E1 very precise and reliable camera.

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I was delighted to find a small independent Camera shop in Lancashire called "Mathers of lancashire" able to compete with the big retailers and provide a great service at a great price. I am by no means a professional and have started my journey by purchasing a compact system camers - the Fuji X-E1. I shopped around as most people now-a-days going to some of the big retailers and on-line. The knowledge base i some of the very well known retailers was variable to say the least and some of the ...

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If only the auto-focus was as fast as Olympus, I would have rated it as 5 stars! This camera is truly not only a design marvel but the performance of the 35 mm f/1.4 lens is simply mind blowing with such a signature character. The sharpness, correctness of the colores, bokeh ...etc. simply beyond my expectation. The weight and size is excellent too. In my opinions a wireless huttter release should be available too in the near future. Honestly I have never seen such a successful mirorless ...

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Aroart
 
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I was lucky enough to get this the first week it was shipped to B&H without being on a waiting list. There's no camera that's in this price with kit lens can match its photo quality. If you want video get a gh3. Auto mode is decent but this camera screams to be in full manual. This is the type of camera when you just look at it you know you should go out and shoot. If your not shooting it's simply a pleasure just to look at. Menus are very simple and straight forward only thing to make this ...

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Go check out my blog here for more info if you are on the fence. I compare it to a Canon 1D mk II and Panasonic m4/3 offerrings. http://lxcellent.blogspot.com/2012/12/test-drive-of-fujifilm-x-e1.html Problems: There are some quirks that will take some getting used to...But that image quality makes it all worth it!

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If the majority of your shooting involves sports or moving objects, you're probably going to want to avoid this camera... The focus is finicky as many have already mentioned, but there are so many positives to this camera that make it hands down my favorite camera. Pros: -IQ is on par if not better than my old Nikon D7000 -Its much smaller than a DSLR - Meaning I'm taking it around with me almost everywhere I go. - The best camera is the one that's with you (Chase Jarvis). -Construction is ...

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I had a few, in fact quite a lot of digital cameras DSLR's from Canon, systemcameras like the Samsung NX100, the Sony Nex 3 system and even lately the Nikon 1 V1 which I kind of liked a lot even despite its rather smallish sensor. However christmas being so close I decided to go for it and just bought additionally the Fuji X-E1 after having studied online info resources as much as possible and trying to get a bit of feel what it might be like. Coming from the older school of days with film ...

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The XE-1 is an impressive camera and a pleasure to use. But there is across the web a growing list of obvious little annoyances that people would like to see fixed with a firmware update. I'd like to add a suggestion to the list in the hope that Fuji is looking around for what its customers are saying. I'd suggest you add the option of showing the active Custom Mode to the Display Custom Setting, so that you can see in the viewfinder if a custom mode is in use. If you do that, then you ...

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Though this camera is dubbed the 'little brother' of X pro 1, it is definitely comparable as the X pro 1. The almost $800 cut in price from X pro goes to less important stuff like smaller les res screen. Important stats like sensor remains, thus image quality is still the same. Some specs are even improved like the faster autofocus. thus, to me it is really more worth it to get the X e1. Problems: Has the raw conversion problem been solved? Raw images still aren't that good.

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