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On article First Impressions: Using the Fujifilm X-Pro1 (228 comments in total)

I just wanted to post a correction to one of the "oddities and quirks" highlighted in the DP review. The author mentions it is not possible to cycle between frames shot in continuous mode while zoomed in. I think I've found the solution to this, when viewing one of these "burst" sets of photos, the default view is of the first frame in the batch, with a smaller inset view which strangely cycles through all of the frames in the batch at a rate of about 10fps or so. By pressing the down button on the four-way, it jumps into the batch of burst photos and allows them to be viewed one by one using the thumbwheel to advance through them. Zooming in at this point allows you to continue flicking through them using the thumbwheel while zoomed in. Once you get your head round it, it actually makes good sense as you can continuously cycle through that batch hunting for the 'keepers'.

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