Mai 2012

My First X-Pro 1 Engagement! | Michael Cali

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Yesterday was my first attempt at taking the new Fujifilm X-Pro 1 on an engagement shoot.. and I loved it! I wasn’t sure how I was going to feel about taking the camera into the wedding and engagement world.. especially since I switched to shooting only film quite a few months ago. I met up with a wonderful couple in New York City.. and shot this camera anywhere and everywhere I could.

“I really tried to test it in dramatically different lighting conditions.. and was excited to see that the camera held its own! I really did what I wanted it to do in the field.. and that’s what is important to me. I want to know that regardless of the situation.. I am able to perform my job at the highest level possible.”
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Langzeitaufnahmen mit der Fujifilm X-Pro1 | Martin Hülle – Fotograph – Autor – Polarabenteurer

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Ganz anders mit der X-Pro1. Die leichte Kamera war schnell und problemlos ausgerichtet – da störte es auch nicht, dass das Stativgewinde etwas seitlich versetzt sitzt und nicht genau in der Objektivachse angebracht ist. Und noch praktischer: Im elektronischen Sucher konnte ich das Motiv in aller “Helligkeit” betrachten – ohne Verdunklung durch den aufgeschraubten Filter. Denn dort wird ja sozusagen das “spätere” Bild angezeigt und die Filterwirkung ließ sich somit auch sofort beurteilen. Was für ein Vorteil!
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FOTOGRAFI has tested two of the lenses to Fuji X-Pro 1 | Norwegian Blog FOTOGRAFI | Google Translater

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Laboratory tests performed by Anders Uschold Digital Technik, Germany.

Fujinon F1.4 XF35mm R
Total resolution is moderate and improved gradually by dimming. 3-4 step dimming is recommended for relatively uniform resolution across the frame. In the center resolution is very good from f/2.0.

Fujinon 60mm F2.4 R XF Macro
Excellent resolution from maximum aperture. No dimming necessary to achieve better resolution. The resolution decreases slightly towards the edges, but this is generally all the stops, and barely visible.


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Fuji X-Pro1, sunrise and HDR | sample images by MiKS Media Photography

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So I’ve been shooting primarily with the Fujifilm X-Pro 1 lately, just to learn and get used to the camera.  I find myself switching up from 18mm to 35mm depending if I’m in the landscape mood or street mood.  I took it out last weekend for a bit …
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X-Pro1 and M8 Side-by-Side comparison – a set on Flickr

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X-Pro1 with 35/1.4 vs. M8 with CV 35/1.2 Handheld. Auto WB. Manual Exposure. EXIF info is on the XP1 frames only, but the shutter speeds and aperture for the M8 frames are analogous, if not exactly the same.
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Blog – Jens Ceder Photography | focus on Fuji X-Pro1 | Great extreme
long exposures

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This mini review is going to focus on X-Pro1′s abilty to do extreme long exposures and infrared photography. I purchased the X-Pro1 because I wanted have have a small camera that I can bring when I travel. I also wanted a carry anywhere small & fun snap-shot camera! But is it good enough to do extreme long exposures?
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X-Pro1 Diaries: A Tale of Two Churches | Handcarry Only

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So far, the X-Pro1 has afforded me a different shooting experience, a more ‘deliberate’ shooting technique favours the X-Pro1 user. The X-Pro1 does not do well with ‘reactionary’ shooting due to the less than lightning fast AF, but instead, a more anticipatory approach will be likely to yield better results. Have a plan of the kind of shots you might be looking for, set the camera up for it and seek the shot out. The X-Pro1 wil then reward with beautiful images, in a package weighing less than one of my DSLR zooms, surely, a godsend for a travelling photographer.


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Fuji X-Pro1 – Real World Images – Impressions | Journey Through Nature
| Shivakumar L Narayan

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Some real world testing of the Fuji X-Pro 1 Mirrorless Camera system with the intent of testing out its high ISO capability and usage with regard to travel photography.
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Fuji X-Pro1 – First Impressions | MiKS Media Photography

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So the long awaited and much hyped Fujifilm X-Pro 1 camera has finally arrived. As I and my partner Sid, our Shutter Time with Sid and Mac podcast, have been talking about this camera, since the rumours started, it was always an object of desire. What more can you want, than a retro looking Fuji X100 with interchangable lenses. So when the date of release was coming closer, I found myself in the local Edmonton camera store, putting down a deposit. Finally yesterday, to my surprise it arrived! A whole week early. It only came with the Fujinon 35mm f1.4 lens. So the photos in this little first impression review are direct from the camera, no processing what so ever.
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Inside the Abandoned Transfer Station | Fuji X Pro 1 sample images | Mikesjournal.com

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The camera is very sensitive to light. Many times I shot into the darkness, my eye could not see anything but the camera picked up astounding detail. The lack of noise, or rather the way the ISO 3200 noise resembles acceptable film grain blew me away. Those long exposure images into the dark suffered of course from hand shake but with a tripod or something to brace the camera I think there could be very impressive results. Excellent travel camera for shooting in dimly lit churches and museums, street shots in the evening etc. Wide open the F 1.4 35mm is still very sharp. On review of the photos unfortunately there was nothing I could post from the macro lens. That will be for another time.


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