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These significantly improve certain key aspects of operation criticised in this review, including autofocus and manual focus performance, operational speed, and handling.

We recommend you familiarise yourself with the list of improvements by visiting Fujifilm’s firmware update page for the X-Pro1.

Please bear this in mind when reading this review. When Fujifilm announced its FinePix X retro-styled large-sensor compact at Photokina , it captured the imagination of serious photographers in a way the company seemed not to have quite anticipated. The X’s combination of ‘traditional’ dial-based handling and outstanding image quality brought widespread plaudits, making it something of a cult classic despite its undeniable flaws.

The subsequent addition to the range of the X10 compact, with its bright, manually-controlled zoom lens, has cemented Fujifilm’s resurgence as a brand worthy of serious attention. This design not only allowed the choice of a rangefinder-style optical view or a fully electronic view, but was also able to overlay electronic data over the optical viewfinder. It was a masterpiece of engineering, but appeared to be a design very much dependent on its use with an integrated prime lens.

With the X ‘s success and the increasing popularity of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, it seemed only a matter of time before Fujifilm would introduce a higher-end model with exchangeable lenses. That camera has now arrived in the shape of the X-Pro1, whose name leaves absolutely no doubt as to its intended market: it becomes the first of its type specifically aimed at professional photographers.

The X-Pro1 is the start of an all-new camera system, with a brand new mount and lenses. It’s unashamedly targeted at a high-end audience, with analogue control dials and a small set of compact, large-aperture primes available at launch. Fujifilm is keen to stress its future commitment to the system, with a promise of seven more lenses by spring , and further camera models to come too.

Key features are:. The X-Pro1 is most easily characterized as a beefed-up, interchangeable-lens version of the X , but it’s a lot more besides. It retains the same basic analogue control philosophy, but the design has been rationalized and refined in a fashion that suggests Fujifilm has been listening to feedback from users and reviewers alike. For example, the shutter speed dial has a central lock button for its Auto position, and the exposure compensation dial is recessed, which reduces the risk of accidental settings changes.

There’s also a conveniently-placed ‘Q’ button that brings up an on-screen control panel to access a range of functions that previously required a trip into the menus – a much-needed improvement over the X However potentially the most interesting change is on the inside, and specifically the image sensor.

The X-Pro1 uses an entirely new all-electronic lens mount, and the initial lens line-up will consist of a set of bright primes with focal lengths that neatly complement the X’s 23mm F2. There’s an 18mm F2 wideangle, 35mm F1. However, neither control is mechanically coupled – both focus and aperture are electronically driven ‘by wire’.

At its lower magnification 0. The 60mm lens uses a smaller frameline within this magnified view. One of the advantages of the hybrid finder, of course, is that it can project suitable frame lines in the optical finder for a wide range of focal lengths, and critically-accurate composition can always be obtained by switching to the EVF regardless of the lens used. One perhaps less-obvious change is that the X’s near-silent in lens shutter has gone, and the X-Pro1 employs a conventional focal plane shutter.

This is inevitably louder in operation, and offers slower flash sync. But it also means that unlike the X, the X-Pro1 is fully capable of combining its fastest shutter speeds with large apertures. Further additions compared to the X include an upgraded LCD, which Fujifilm says offers wider viewing angles and lower reflectivity to aid viewing in direct sunlight, and a clever multiple exposure mode that provides a live preview of the composite image even when using the optical viewfinder.

These, of course, play on Fujifilm’s long heritage as a film manufacturer, and as the names suggest aim to replicate the characteristics of Fujicolor professional colour negative film PRO NS and PRO NH respectively. They’re therefore targeted specifically at professional photographers shooting portrait and wedding work. All of this certainly makes the X-Pro1 an enticing prospect.

We very much like the X , despite its numerous quirks, and on paper its big brother promises improved handling and even better image quality, along with all the flexibility of interchangeable lenses. In this review we’ll see whether it lives up to its billing. My wife bought me this unbeatable package as a present for our 30th anniversary! What a wife? 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. Well, I guess it’s an early christmas for me this year. Today I’ll receive my like new with warranty 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. 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.

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. 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.

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. All else, yes for sure. 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. 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? 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. 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.

The latest firmware update as of May is version 3. 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.

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. 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. 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. After that, just practice being as smooth as possible while gently pressing the shutter release, I find a screw-in soft release button helps.

Fujifilm has released a number of firmware updates for several lenses and camera bodies.

 
 

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