Excerpt: X-Pro1 Love It's small and light. It takes HD Movies, and uses film simulation if chosen. Has a RAW conversion processing with options to make JPEGs from raw files. Two continuous frame rates to choose from. Barely noticeable noise between ISO 200 and ISO 6400. I like that. High range is ISO 25600.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast/accurate auto-focus, Good Image Quality, Good in Low Light, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Summary: I bought this camera to have a light weight alternative to mu Nikon D300. A recent shoulder replacement has made it difficult for me to hold the camera steady and in some positions. The X - Pro ! arrived 2 days ago and I was very pleasantly surprised at just how good a camera it really is!
Summary: Fujifilm gets what a consumer really wants ... Top-notch image quality, build quality and support. For a more in-depth review read my blog post: http://blog.road2roam.com/2014/01/fujifilm-x-pro-1-review-film-fanatics.html For a quick overview let me summarize by saying that the X-Trans sensor is an...
Summary: UPDATE 06/03/2015: I was just about to lower the rating by a star because of the vanishing of the OVF frame lines in bright sunlight. I underestimated the problem at first. But I googled for a fix and found one. You can brighten the frame lines manually by brightening the EVF.
Excerpt: Bought this camera as a backup to my XT1 and so far so good, it is a very different camera in many aspects but I see that as an advantage, I like having 2 very different cameras that use the same lenses, like 2 systems in one, also I like the fact that the sensors are not the same, nor is the...
Pros: Easy To Use, Good Image Quality, Retro Look Feel, Small / Compact
Excerpt: This camera is unbelievable. Photographs are razor sharp, menus cover everything, but operation is just like a film rangefinder. Aperture, shutter speed and compensation are all you need after setting your sensitivity (ISO) and white balance. Easy, compact and a delight to carry.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast/accurate auto-focus, Good Image Quality, Large Clear LCD, Short Lag Time, Small / Compact
Summary: This was the third Fuji camera a bought and it is my favorite. The price was unbeatable also. Figuratively speaking I glued one of Fuji's best lenses, the 56 f1.2 to this camera and the results have exceeded my expectations. Far better than an 85mm f.1.8 I loved for many years.
Summary: In 2015, if you are seriously looking at this camera (in comparison to other Fuji options), then I imagine your interest is more centered around the design of it. And maybe the price which is getting lower and lower...
Summary: If it focused faster, I would like it more than the XT-1. This camera is something else. I was reluctant to buy one at first but after using it for a month, I sold all my Canon gear including my 7D.