Fujifilm X-Pro1 Review [Part 2] @ Luminous Landscape

Fujifilm X-PRO1

Fujifilm X-PRO1

“A quirky gem: 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.”

We’ve added another Fujifilm X-PRO1 Review in our Reviews Matrix.

Luminous Landscape has posted their review [Part 2] of the Fujifilm X-PRO1, a retro rangefinder-style APS-C digital camera with 16.3 MP resolution (23.6 mm x 15.6 mm X-Trans CMOS), No optical low-pass filter, X-Mount accepting interchangeable Fujifnon XF lenses, Hybrid Multi Viewfinder (0.47-in. 1440-dot EVF), 3.0-in. (1230k-dot) LCD, Eye Sensor, PASM, One-touch RAW, In-camera RAW Converter, Selectable AF with a 49-point Metering Matrix, ISO100-25600, Continuous Shooting 6fps, Aperture Ring, Shutter Speed Dial, Exposure Compensation Dial, Motion Panorama, Film Simulation Mode, Multiplex Exposure, 4 Auto Bracketing Functions, Motion Panorama, and Full HD Movie 1920×1080 @ 24fps with stereo sound.

You can read the Fujifilm X-Pro1 Review [Part 2] @ Luminous Landscape.

Also read Zack Arias in India on assignment for Fuji to shoot promotional photos with their new X-Pro1 camera:

“I can’t even begin to explain how using this camera makes my life 500% easier because they can just about fit in a pocket and rival my 5d Mk II in image quality.”

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