With a hybrid viewfinder and a new colour filter array on its 16.3-million-pixel sensor, Fujifilm’s highly anticipated X-Pro1 compact system camera is more than just a pretty face

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Fujifilm X-Pro1

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Fujifilm X-Pro1 review

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£1,429.00

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The competition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Image: Leica M9, Sony NEX-7

Logically, the Fujifilm X-Pro1’s main competitor will be the Leica M9. The Fujifilm camera has all the retro looks and image quality to match the Leica, but is £3,600 cheaper. With the Leica mount adapter due out later this year, I’m sure there will be more than a few owners of a Leica M-series film camera buying a Fujifilm X-Pro1 to make use of their Leica glass.

Sony’s NEX-7 may also offer some competition. It has a higher resolution of 24 million pixels, and is physically smaller. It also has a lot of direct controls for exposure settings, and a 2.4-milion-dot electronic viewfinder. The camera is around £1,100, including kit lens, so is about £300 cheaper than the X-Pro1 body only.

Details

External mic:No
Video:1920x1080 pixels, 24fps, MOV (H.264)
White Balance:Auto, 7 presets, custom, manual, WB shift
Dioptre Adjustment:No
Built-in Flash:No
Shutter Type:Focal plane shutter
Viewfinder Type:Hybrid optical/electronic viewfinder
Memory Card:SD, SDHC, SDXC
Output Size:4896x3264 pixels
Field of View:90% optical/100% electronic
LCD:3in, 1.23-million-dot RGBW
AF Points:49-point system (contrast-detection-based)
Weight:400g (excluding battery and memory card)
Exposure Modes:Program, aperture priority, shutter priority, manual
White Balance Bracket:N/A
Sensor:16.3-million-effective-pixel X-Trans CMOS
Power:Rechargeable NP-W126 Li-Ion
Colour Space:Adobe RGB, sRGB
Drive Mode:3-6fps
Shutter Speeds:30-1/4000sec, plus bulb (max 60mins)
File Format:JPEG, RAF (raw), MOV
Lens Mount:Fujifilm X mount
ISO:200-6400 (100-25,600 expanded)
Focusing Modes:Single, continuous, manual
DoF Preview:Yes (via EVF)
Dimensions:139.5x81.8x42.5mm
Metering System:256-zone TTL, multi, spot, average
Connectivity / Interface:USB 2.0, HDMI
Compression:2-stage JPEG
Exposure Comp:±2EV
RRP:£1,429 (body only)
  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. Features
  3. 3. Build and Handling
  4. 4. Metering
  5. 5. White Balance and Colour
  6. 6. Dynamic Range
  7. 7. Noise, Resolution and Sensitivity
  8. 8. Autofocus
  9. 9. Viewfinder, LCD and Live View
  10. 10. Verdict
  11. 11. The competition
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  • Abdul Muhammud

    A LOAD OF SHITE!

  • Robin Michael Hurley

    I have just ordered one for £237.49 from Amazon. I am hoping that it will be better than my Casio Exilim.