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Hands On Review: Fuji X-Pro1 Camera System (With Sample Images) | The Phoblographer

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Fast forward many years and the digital camera has come about. Then the digital SLR dominates. And then Leica came out with a digital rangefinder. To combat this, many companies started to produce their own mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. Fast forward another couple of years, and Fujifilm is combining the roots and craftmanship of those olden cameras with modern ergonomics and technology.

And the Fuji X Pro 1 is their current king of the hill.
See on www.thephoblographer.com

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Reviews | FUJIFILM X-Pro1 | Photographer Hiroshi Seo

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“Detailes tone and colour reproduction amaze professional photographers.”

 

Hiroshi Seo was born in Hiroshima in 1968. Started studying under photographer Shoji Ueda from 1994. Began working as a freelance photographer in 2000. His shoots a multitude of subjects, including music CDs, photobooks, fashion, magazines, advertisements, TV, and photo exhibitions.


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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 60mm f/2.4 R Macro Lens Review

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Gary Wolstenholme reviews the new Fujifilm Fujinon XF 60mm f/2.4 R Macro Lens with the Fujifilm X-Pro1.
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Is the X-Pro 1 for you? Alan J. Perlis – come to think of it ….

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There’s a lot of anxiety about the pros and cons of the X-Pro 1 in that abode of hungry ghosts, the DPReview forums. I think most of that anxiety really boils down to one question—is it the right camera for you?


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Fuji X-Pro1 Review – Part 2 | Great Review by Nick Devlin – Luminous Landscape

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A week with the X-Pro1 was not enough. While it drove me mad on numerous occasions, it also thrilled me with its image quality and the possibility of a viable autofocus rangefinder-style camera. At roughly one-third of the price of an equivalent Leica system, the X-Pro1 is amazing value, but still a significant investment. The verdict for now: the X-Pro1 is a quirky gem.


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My basic attitude of the Fujifilm X-Pro1 – Martin Hülle | Google translater

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A “correct” Setting the camera is especially important for JPG photographers, because the changes in the camera settings are expected to enter irrevocably into the picture and not afterwards be altered. If you shoot in RAW format, however, has subsequently possible – even in the camera – to change many settings.


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Kai Wong : Fujifilm X-Pro1 – Do You Really Need One? DigitalRev TV

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Surely, the X-Pro1 will appeal to many and it is a very decent camera to use. The system is still in its early days, but that is quite a bit of cash to invest in a system that offers only 3 lens options so far. It will be interesting to see what their upcoming lenses will add to the system, and that will surely define whether this system is worth investing in. 2012 and 2012 will bring us a 14mm f/2.8, a 28mm f/2.8 pancake, a 23mm f/2 and some zoom lenses. But the decision on whether you should get one really depends on how many lenses you think you actually really need.
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holy F stop: Two weeks with the Fujifilm X-Pro1 (with images)

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I spoke at length in my previous post that IQ is the most important aspect of a camera to me and that the X-Pro1 had it in spades. I still believe that this is the best image quality from any APS-C sensor camera currently on the market and it would rival many full frame DSLRs.
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Ersteindruck: X-Pro1 von Fujifilm | Photoscala

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… mir stellte sich die X-Pro1 als eine sehr schöne Reportagekamera vor. Mit den bislang drei lieferbaren Festbrennweiten macht sie dem viel Freude, der in dieser Beschränkung auch einen Gewinn erkennen kann. Sie ist meines Erachtens prädestiniert für all jene, die eine noch kompakte, dabei qualitativ in jeder Beziehung sehr hochwertige und handhabbare Kamera möchten, mit der sie auf der Suche nach den Motiven durch die Straßen oder Landschaften streifen.


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Unterwegs mit der Fuji X-Pro 1 – Sucher und Display – Systemkamera Blog

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Auch hier zieht Fuji den hohen Anspruch durch: Das Display bietet alle notwendigen Informationen, lässt sich individuell konfigurieren und lässt sich auch bei hellem Sonnenlicht nutzen.

Der Sucher ist ein Sahnestück – sowohl technisch als auch in der Benutzung. Die festen Suchervergrößerungen habe ich in keiner Weise als Beschränkung empfunden – im Gegenteil: Es hat mich bei der Bildgestaltung massiv unterstützt, das Umfeld des Motivs im Blick halten zu können.

Unterm Strich auch hier: Die Kamera ist ein Schmuckstück und ein Handwerkszeug, mit dem es richtig Spaß macht zu arbeiten!
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