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Fujifilm X-Pro1 specifications

Body material Die-cast Aluminium alloy
Sensor • 23.6mm x 15.6mm (APS-C) X-Trans CMOS sensor
• 16.3 million effective pixels
• Primary colour filter (RGB color filter array)
Sensor cleaning Ultrasonic Vibration
Image sizes 3:2
 • 4896 x 3264
 • 3456 x 2304
 • 2496 x 1664

 • 4896 x 2760
 • 3456 x 1944
 • 2496 x 1408

 • 3264 x 3264
 • 2304 x 2304
 • 1664 x 1664

Motion Panorama
 • L  7680 x 2160     Horizontal  7680 x 1440
 • M  5120 x 2160     Horizontal  5120 x 1440
Still image formats  • RAW (.RAF)
 • JPEG (EXIF 2.3)
Image processor Fujifilm EXR Processor Pro
Movie recording • 1920 x 1080 Full HD, 24fps
• 1280 x 720 HD, 24fps
• 29 minutes max recording time
• H.264 MOV format
• Stereo sound
Lens mount Fujifilm X mount
Image stabilization  • In-lens optical stabilization when available
Auto focus  • TTL Contrast Detection AF system
 • Multi, 49 Area (7x7) LCD / EVF, 25 area (5x5) OVF
 • AF frame size changeable, 5 types
 • Distance indicator
Focus modes  • Single shot AF (S-AF)
 • Continuous AF (C-AF)
 • Manual focus (MF)
AF assist lamp  • Yes
Exposure modes  • Program AE
 • Aperture priority AE
 • Shutter priority AE
 • Manual
Sensitivity  • ISO 200- 6400 (Standard Output Sensitivity)
 • 100, 12800 and 25,600 in extended mode
 • Auto ISO (400, 800, 1600 or 3200 upper limit)
Metering modes  • TTL 256-zones metering
 • Multi-pattern
 • Center-Weighted Average
 • Spot
Exposure comp.  • Up to ± 2.0 EV
 • 1/3 EV steps
Shutter speeds  • 1/4 - 1/4000 sec (P mode)
 • 30-1/4000 sec (all other modes)
 • Bulb (Max 60 min)
 • Time (2-30 sec)
 • Flash sync 1/180 sec
 • Focal plane shutter
Self timer  • 10 or 2 seconds
Continuous shooting  • 6fps / 3fps selectable
Auto bracketing  • AE Bracketing (±1/3EV, ±2/3EV, ±1EV)
 • Film Simulation Bracketing (any 3 type of film simulation selectable)
 • Dynamic Range Bracketing (100%, 200%, 400%)
 • ISO sensitivity Bracketing (±1/3EV, ±2/3EV, ±1EV)
White balance  • Automatic scene recognition
 • Fine
 • Shade
 • Fluorescent light (Daylight),
 • Fluorescent light (Warm White)
 • Fluorescent light (Cool White)
 • Incandescent light
 • Underwater
 • Custom
 • Color temperature selection (K)
Film Simulation modes  • Provia / Standard
 • Velvia / Vivid
 • Astia / Soft
 • Pro Neg Hi
 • Pro Neg Std
 • Monochrome
 • Monochrome + Yellow Filter
 • Monochrome + Red Filter
 • Monochrome + Green Filter
 • Sepia
Dynamic Range Setting  • Auto (100-400%)
 • 100%
 • 200%
 • 400%
Internal Flash  • None
External Flash  • Hot-Shoe (dedicated TTL flash compatible)
 • Sync terminal
Flash modes  • Auto
 • Forced Flash
 • Suppressed Flash
 • Slow Sync
 • Rear Curtain Sync
 • Red-eye Reduction Auto
 • Red-eye Reduction & Forced Flash
 • Red-eye Reduction & Slow Sync
 • Red-eye Reduction & Rear Curtain Sync
Viewfinder  • Hybrid Multi Finder
 • Eye sensor installed
 • Eye point approx 14mm
Optical Viewfinder  • Reverse Galilean with electronic bright frame display
 • 0.37x and 0.6x magnifications
 • Framelines cover approx 90% captured area
Electronic Viewfinder  • 0.47in, approx 1,440,000 colour LCD
 • Approx 100% coverage
LCD monitor  • 3.0" RGBW colour LCD
 • 1,230,000 dots
 • 100% frame coverage
Photography Functions Select custom setting, Motion panorama, colour space, colour (Saturation), sharpness, Dynamic range, Film simulation, Gradation, Auto red-eye removal, Framing guideline, Frame No. memory, Histogram display, Preview depth of focus, Focus check, Electronic level, Multiple exposure, Date input, Fn button setting (RAW, Movie, etc)
Playback  functions RAW conversion, Image rotate, Red-eye reduction, Photobook assist, Erase selected frames, image search, Multi-frame playback (with micro thumbnail), Slide show, Mark for upload, Protect, Crop, Resize, Panorama, Favourites
Storage  • SD/SDHC/SDXC
Connectivity  • USB 2.0 (Hi Speed)
 • Mini HDMI
Power  • NP-W126 Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery
 • Approx 300 frames battery life
Dimensions  • 139.5 (W) x 81.8 (H) x  42.6 (D) mm 
 • 5.5 (W) x 3.2 (H) x 1.7 (D) in.
Weight  • Approx. 450g / 15.9oz. (including battery and memory card)
 • Approx. 400g / 14.1oz. (excluding battery and memory card
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I was looking at getting the X-E2 second hand on E-bay, but with X-Pro2 coming soon the X-Pro1, brand new, with two beautiful prime lenses and the gorgeous full leather case is available at a no-brainer price of £649 in the UK.
My wife bought me this unbeatable package as a present for our 30th anniversary! What a wife? (love you so much Fee X).

The camera IQ is amazing, handling is fantastic, build quality is superb, (not a plastic part in sight, more than can be said for a comparatively priced CanNikon DSLR). I take it everywhere with me, it's small light and always at hand.
If like me you don't have the time or the money to buy an X-pro2 and if you don't just want the latest, buy what is still, (for me at least) the greatest camera bargain going. My advice is grab one before it's gone!


I've spotted this incredible 2 lens offer here in the UK as well. Very tempting, but the 28mm f2.8 would be a nothing focal length for me, too close to the 18mm. Fortunately, I found a mint outfit from a London Leica dealer whom I've dealt with before so I know the quality of his used equipment, and this kit comprises of the f2/18mm and the very desirable f1.4/35mm.

David Smith - Photographer

Well, I guess it's an early christmas for me this year. Today I'll receive my (like new with warranty) 2015 Fuji X-Pro 1 body. The price is insanely low for such a nice camera. It really is. I'm sure it will be a nice complement to my X-E2.

Yes, better camera models are coming at the end of this year. Possibly with a new higher resolution sensor, faster autofocus and more features. I'll get my hands on that stuff in a year or two, when everybody dumps it, like they dump the X-Pro 1 bodies now. Man I love capitalism.

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Looking to get an X-Pro1 for christmas and really happy to see that all relevant flaws seem to have been eradicated by Fuji's firmware updates. Yes!

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David Smith - Photographer

Well, I can tell you right now that you've got something nice to look forward to photominion. I just bought my X-Pro 1 and my first impression is very good. It makes the X-E2 feel like a toy and using the 27mm I haven't really found any difference in focus speed. Not sure what the fuss is about. It's not lightning quick. None of the Fuji cameras are. Focussing speed certainly is adequate and again, I don't see a difference in speed compared to the X-E2. It does take a little longer for the X-Pro 1 to write the file to the SD card. Since both cameras are about the same price, I recommend the X-Pro 1 if you don't need every bit of extra speed and if you prefer to hold a slightly bigger and noticeably better build camera.

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I am a rather new member and I must say that the few dopey questions I have asked have usually been answered with great information and a lack of sarcasm and judgement. They were not dopey on purpose. If anyone would like to visit the images in my portfolio you will at least know that I am not just obsessed with cameras but sing them to shoot, share, publish et. So without further ado, just purchased a new Fuji X Pro1 and bam I read the rumor page and it says Fuji X Pro2 verified rumor will be introduced this year. Besides offering the advice, "just shut up and shoot', What would you do? Is this even the right spot to leave my qesriom

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Don't worry too much about it.I also just bought the X Pro 1,well aware of the rumors. It's all about IQ right?I can assure you,you wont be disappointed! Far away from it.And I really wonder whether the IQ(mind you, IQ!)will be very different from this one.
All else, yes for sure.

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Don Sata

It will take you a bit of effort getting used to the AF of this camera but it's very engaging to use, the VF is great and images are great too.

If you don't shoot action (like sports, pets or running children) you will be ok.

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I bought an X-Pro1 a week or so ago - I've got a use for it (I wanted a compact 50 that's not too demanding) and they can be had new for £350 in the UK! Happy days. No doubt a new flagship X-Pro2 will be announced soon, but it'll be a very expensive camera, presumably sitting above the X-T1 in the range.


Fujifilm has fixed most of the reported issues (like slow AF) with incremental updates. I got a chance to review it recently


What is the seemingly insurmountable problem with studying a traditional 35mm film rangefinder and re-engineering it into an equally capable digital rangefinder instead of trying to re-invent the wheel? The idea that you cannot accurately use manual focus is absurd. The whole focusing by wire thing is absurd. Again, why is everyone trying to re-invent the wheel?

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things what you are asking do exist and they are called Leica.

paul simon king

looking at these RAW examples the fuji x Pro looks softer nad less saturated than the Fuji X100s

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Dave Chilvers

After using one for a while and with the latest firmware I find the camera to be quite superb. Lets face it, most of us are looking for IQ firstly and has been said in the review lenses like the 35 1.4 are second to none in my book.


I just purchased a used X-_pro1 like new in box and I am very curious about the firmware updates that seem to address its previous shortcomings. Should I ask the seller about these because I am naive and no nothing about these on her camera is it a simple fix to update the firmware Your recommendation I don't even know the latest and best ones. or are they available fre e or can they be user updated. and again what is the latest firm ware and how would you perceive this as situation.


The latest firmware update as of May 2015 is version 3.4 and can be downloaded from Fuji's website for free. Also check to see if your lenses are also up to date.


Firstly I really would like to thank almost everyone for the generous and non combative input. So as long as I am curious about one further issue, any gracious input will be devoured with great enjoyment. Some lenses, whether short, medium or full on zooms have O.I.S and some don't. So any other advice on gaining sharpness and stability that works well for you, hardware wise , please let me know because I am well aware of the great impact shutter speed and stillness etc. have. And please take a moment to take a look at my gallery just so you understand that it is images and not equipment I am really hungry for. Thanks in advance, and yeah thanks Light Catcher LT for the real corn on the cob. "things what you are asking do exist and they are called Leica..Really??

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OIS helps when the shutter speed gets below 1/60.

Use as wide an aperture as possible and push the ISO up to 6400.

Brace the camera against your face with your left hand under the lens to steady it. A thumb-grip, like the Lensmate, helps as well.

Set the camera to continuous low and learn to fire off two or three shots. many times one will be sharper than the other.

After that, just practice being as smooth as possible while gently pressing the shutter release, I find a screw-in soft release button helps. Also, use a faster SD card like the Sandisk Extreme Pro 95 Mb/s.

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