Mai 2012

Do you read the manual? Tip 6 – Fn Button | Fujifilm Digital Camera X-Pro1 Owner’s Manual

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Page 50: The Fn Button

 

The role played by the Fn button can be selected using the m Fn BUTTON option in the shooting menu. The options available include multiple exposure, depth-of-field preview, the self-timer, sensitivity, image size, image quality, dynamic range, film simulation, white balance, AF-mode, movierecording, RAW/JPEG toggle, and customsettings.

 

* The Fn BUTTON menu can also be displayed by pressing and holding the Fn button (1 sec+)

 

Thx Klaus :-)

 

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FUJIFILM M MOUNT ADAPTER | Compatibility Chart | Fujifilm Global

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This list of compatible lenses actually confirmed by Fujifilm is provided for your reference. Since the lens may be deteriorated due to individual difference or aging, or its form may have been changed due to damage, usability of all lenses of the same type is not guaranteed. Please make your own judgments when actually attaching the M Mount lens.


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Fujifilm launches M-mount adapter for X-Pro1′s X-mount: Digital Photography Review

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Fujifilm has officially unveiled its promised adapter to allow the use of Leica M-mount lenses on the X-Pro1. Unlike third-party adapters, but in a similar manner to the Ricoh GXR Mount A12, it’s capable of storing up to six user-created lens profiles to correct distortion, vignetting and corner colour shading, which can be recalled by pressing a Function button on the side of the adapter. The camera can show framelines in its unique hybrid viewfinder for 21mm, 24mm, 28mm, and 35mm lenses (though not, oddly, for 50mm). For other focal lengths the camera’s electronic viewfinder or rear screen will show a preview with 100% coverage of the field of view. To make full use of the adapter, a firmware update for the X-Pro1 (version 1.10) will be made available in June 2012.
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Notes from the Road- the Fujifilm Xpro-1 | Tony Bridge

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I have come to the conclusion that for what it is, for what it does, and for what it is designed to do, the Fujifilm XPro-1 has no equal at the moment. This is a camera perfect for the enthusiast and pro on the road. I would happily use it to shoot a job for a client, and at a pinch, I could use it as backup on a wedding (I could use it as my primary wedding camera, only the clients and guest wouldn’t take me seriously).
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Fujifilm X-Pro1 Digital Camera Review | Christopher Snow

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The brand new X-Pro1 is Fujifilm’s flagship digital camera, the ultimate device for old-school hobbyists who crave the style and mechanical control of classic cams. Do not be fooled by the retro design, performance is absolutely state of the art. This camera lit up our labs with some of the best scores of the year, solidifying the X-Pro1 as far more than a simple gimmick, but rather a legitimate contender to the very top of the line.
See on www.digitalcamerainfo.com

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Fujifilm X-Pro1 review | The Verge

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Fujifilm has a history of making beautiful cameras, particularly in its X series. The X100 and X10 are more than just pretty faces, too — both deliver gorgeous pictures and video. They’re designed more as companions to a DSLR rather than your one and only camera, though, and the entry price is high for that kind of camera. In January at CES, Fujifilm stole the show by releasing a camera that could be your one and only: the X-Pro1, which pairs the company’s flair for retro design with interchangeable lenses.
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A Rangefinder? The Fujifilm X-Pro1 Review by Ronn Aldaman

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The Fujifilm X-Pro1 a rangefinder? The question is moot. While Fujifilm does have a history of rangefinder cameras reaching back to the early 1970s, one has to ask what defines a camera as being a rangefinder.
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Fashion Shoot with the Fujifilm X-Pro1 | Mikee

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About half these shots are with the X-Pro1 and other half is with 5d2 and L glass…
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Blind date in Beijing | Inspirado

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Warning: This is not a review. This is just a personal opinion of an amateur who started photographing by the birth of his son one year ago. In terms of taking pictures of a baby lying, lying, crying, smiling (smiling? OMG he is smiling!!), lying, lying, sitting, sitting, crawling and – yes, proudly! – standing I am a real expert.
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Review: Fuji X-Pro1 and X-Mount System | Todd Owyoung

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OK, here’s the meat of the review. How’s the image quality of the Fuji X-Pro1? In a word, fantastic. This camera delivers beautiful files thanks to it’s sweet, proprietary 16mp APS-C sensor (and yes, the exceptional Fujinon lenses). Whatever Fuji has pulled off with their X-Trans sensor and EXR processing, it works. Fuji has claimed that their APS-C sensor can even outshine some full-frame sensors in terms of performance. Bold claims, but after seeing the files from this sensor, they might just be true.
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