The X-Pro1 is a logical evolution from the fixed-lens FinePix X100, and it shares many of that camera's best attributes. Chris and Jordan have been shooting with the Z6 II for a little while up in the frozen wastes of Alberta. I was very happy that the FUJIFILM X-Pro1 wasn’t phased by the cold weather and I was able to capture this view with FUJIFILM's 55-200mm zoom lens. Videographers love to talk about it, but it can be important to still photographers as well. NOTE: On September 18th 2012 Fujifilm released Firmware version 2.0 for the X-Pro1. This alone should ensure it a niche in the market, and we suspect many buyers will be delighted with it. Check them out! Fujifilm has released a number of firmware updates for several lenses and camera bodies. We have a look at the four full-frame mirrorless mounts to see how their lineups and technologies currently compare. This time he has adapted a Canon 65mm F0.75 X-Ray lens for use with his Sony camera. These capable cameras should be solid and well-built, have both speed and focus for capturing fast action and offer professional-level image quality. At its lower magnification (0.37x) it covers the field of view of the 18mm lens; when the 35mm lens is mounted, an additional magnifier slides into place to match, giving 0.6x magnification. Happy days. The 2011 release of the X-Pro1 marked the birth of a new lens system—in prior years, Fuji SLRs had used Nikon lenses. We've been shooting with a pre-production Leica SL2-S for a few days, to see what it can do. The result, claims Fujifilm, is a practical immunity to colour moiré, which means that an optical low-pass (anti-aliasing) filter is no longer required. The 'Henri' Cinematographer's handle comes in two models — L-PL and L-LPL — and features a foldable grip that has built-in buttons for controlling recording right from the handle. Also, use a faster SD card like the Sandisk Extreme Pro 95 Mb/s. The X-Pro1 is the start of an all-new camera system, with a brand new mount and lenses. Fujifilm X-Pro1 detailed review . After using one for a while and with the latest firmware I find the camera to be quite superb. These first real-world examples, captured on an unnamed Qualcomm-powered smartphone, show what the CAI standard experience is like when viewing the images online. The MHG-Xpro and MHG-XE improve on the original HG designs by providing continued access to the cameras' battery/card compartments. Great high ISO images. It makes the X-E2 feel like a toy and using the 27mm I haven't really found any difference in focus speed. The X100's combination of 'traditional' dial-based handling and outstanding image quality brought widespread plaudits, making it something of a cult classic despite its undeniable flaws. If anyone would like to visit the images in my portfolio you will at least know that I am not just obsessed with cameras but sing them to shoot, share, publish et. The X-Pro1 marks Fujifilm's entry into the high-end mirrorless interchangeable-lens market, and combines excellent image quality with fluid handling. It uses a clever new colour array to remove the need for an anti-aliasing filter, which in turn should deliver far sharper results than conventional sensors can offer. things what you are asking do exist and they are called Leica. Leica's SL2-S might not look like it breaks any ground at a casual glance, but on the inside, its 24MP sensor promises better video performance than its higher resolution sister model. Today I'll receive my (like new with warranty) 2015 Fuji X-Pro 1 body. It really is. 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For Fernando Martins, the answer is 'yes.' It is hard to believe that it has been five years since Fuji first announced its mirrorless X system with the launch of the Fuji X-Pro1, along with the first three lenses. The hybrid optical/electronic viewfinder is excellent, but autofocus is relatively slow and manual focus doesn't work very well. Click here to learn about the changes to our scoring system and what these numbers mean. In part 1, we look at enthusiast interchangeable lens cameras. The Good Stellar photo quality and a beautiful-looking, mostly streamlined design make the Fujifilm X-Pro1 a really attractive camera for deep-pocketed enthusiasts and curious professionals.