Specs Of Fujifilm X-Pro 1
- 30 – 1/4000 Focal Plane Shutter
- ISO Range From 200 to 25600
- 16MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor
- Lithium-ion NP-W126 rechargeable Battery
- Dual magnification 2nd Generation Hybrid optical / electronic viewfinder
- EXR Processor Pro Image processor
- HDMI and USB 2.0 Ports
- 3 inch LCD Display
- 1080P video Recording
My Fujifilm X-Pro 1 Review
Look and Feel
The camera body of Fujifilm X-Pro 1 is made from Die-cast Aluminium alloy that makes the camera substantial, But it is main reason the camera is a little heavy too. It’s not like the other compact which is so compact, The dimensions are 5.5×3.2×1.7 inches that is bigger than Sony NEX-7.
The resolution of 3.0 inch LCD screen is 1,230,000 dots that is really astonishing, Most of camera display at this class only has 962k dots resolution or even lower, But as we know that the resolution decide the definition, So i think you will been pleasantly surprised with this monitor.
Do you like the Performance
Even thought the Fujifilm X-Pro 1 does not come with the built in flash, But the external flash works well.
The image quality is so excellent that i can’t find any weakness on this camera With the 16MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor, Not like other camera that is do better on low light photos, The X-Pro 1 does well with high light too, For example the ISO 6400 or higher. And there are 10 effects can select if you want to beautify your images.
The video feature is not particularly outstanding, Because the popularization of 1080P video shooting, And the 1080P/24fps in this camera is not as good as the 1080P/60fps in other digital cameras.
1,000 shots is an amazing number for a camera battery,Now the Fujifilm X-Pro 1 16MP Digital Camera has Got It. From what I understand, 560 shots is a very good battery life for the high end camera, They can’t reach the 1000 shot, I think all people would like this great feature.
Verdict and Discount
“For its first mirror-less CSC Fujifilm has produced a model that refuses to fit into any of the existing moulds. For many people the closest thing (though not in price) is Leica’s M9. And given Fujifilm’s history of rangefinder camera production, maybe it should come as no surpise that the X-Pro1′s design owes more than just its looks to the company’s rangefinder legacy.You could say the X-Pro1 takes digital photography back to the basics. It concentrates on doing the important stuff really well – the foremost being excellent image quality – adds some truly innovative features and ignores the rest. For serious photographers that’s a very attractive philosophy and one that will win the X-Pro1 a lot of admirers.” – cameralabs
In general, The Fujifilm X-Pro 1 is a great compact camera for people who want to travel and take high quality pictures.