But before I tell you what I think about the Fuji X Pro 1 let my tell you a little bit about my experience with rangefinder cameras and then I will get straight to the point. After winning a major photography award back in the days I purchased the Leica M4-2 (made in Canada) and the Summicron 35mm 2.0. I would take it everywhere and it became my favorite camera for the next couple of years. I loved it so much that I even broke it three times. Won a few more awards and my work from that period made it into the MOMA in Vienna. Over the following years I ended up shooting with the Mamiya 7, Voigtlander Bessa and Fuji medium format rangefinders.
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The X-Pro1 is an awesome camera for natural light portraits, but how about portraits with strobes? I ordered the camera back in January, when it was first announced, but the thought of it being a studio camera never crossed my mind. But I quickly became curious when I saw the results of portraits I had taken on the streets. I know that my photog buddy Patrick La Roque is also waiting with interest to see how the X-Pro1 does in a studio environment. Maybe this will be the final nail in his wallet’s coffin? Check out Patrick’s blog for loads of great X100 & X-Pro1 stuff.
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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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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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The X-Pro 1 is a brilliant camera, quirks and all. Explore its capabilities and make the most of it. And do shoot that 35 wide-open—it renders the most boring and mundane subjects so gorgeously it’s almost not funny. And people complain about aperture chatter. Bah!
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Its often the case that when any of us describe a camera or len’s output we talk about the Image Quality or IQ. This however is usually left undefined. I thought it would be useful to write about what I mean by this and open this up for discussion over at Google+ to try and come up with an idea of what this might mean for us, individually and collectively.