Fantastic pictures if you don't mind it only lasts 8 months.
film editing man "**HappyAmazonCustomer**", Amazon
8 September 2015
Summary: Very briefly, this camera takes fantastic pictures. I have shot with many DSLRs and point and shoots (with the Canon S90 being a definite favourite in the point and shoot category) and the Fuji XF1 keeps up and even surpasses the best of them.
Summary: had lens control error within the year warranty period. had to ship it off to be repaired. now that works but i can't shoot video for more than a minute. cute camera, pretty good pics. not worth it though.
Summary: Not sure if I got a defective camera, but I'm spoiled by cameras that consistently capture quality photos that are judged by framing, timing, and general content, rather than poor image quality such as poor focus, blur, etc.
Summary: It's been a good camera, taken nice shots and been fun to use . . . for exactly (and I mean exactly) a year as of today 01/04/14. On owning it for exactly a year the camera shows a "Lens Control Error." Unfortunately the one year falls on a Saturday. I'll be calling Fuji Monday morning.
Summary: I tried this for a few months. While the camera itself takes great photos, I don't like Fujifilm's implementation of menus. It's too confusing to get to what you want, to remember how to get there, and if you turn on the Info to get all the feedback and settings indicators on screen while shooting -...
Summary: The "twist-the-lens-to-turn-on" feature works more or less okay on the Fuji X-10, but it is not nearly as well implemented here on the XF1. In fact, I found it to be terrible, at least on my copy of this camera. It is an awkward, herky-jerky, 3 step process just to turn the camera on.
"Lens Control Error" on 4 out of 4 cameras I got. 100% failure rate with identical symptoms, likely design flaw in lens. Avoid.
19 November 2013
Summary: Length:: 0:21 Mins This review is going to be a short one, only to warn those of you who might be considering this camera of its fatal flaw, from my experiences with these. During this past summer we bought not one, but four XF1s among the friends and family. I loved the Fuji.