Fuji X-Pro1 Review in The Works:
Sorry, there’s no review of the Fuji X-Pro1 here yet but it is coming very soon. I’m writing it as you read this, and the truth is, while I have a lot of images to put into the review, I want more because I really think that this camera deserves it. All I have to say is that even with all the quirks, the X-Pro1 is a pretty awesome camera. I absolutely love it, and I wake up eager to shoot with it. It’s no Leica M9 but what an awesome cheaper alternative :). This camera offers such great usability, and in my opinion, really follows the rangefinder way even though it’s not a rangefinder. This is a camera for people who just love photography.
So I hope you all decide to stick around because I will definitely be putting up my review of the Fuji X-Pro1 very shortly. For now, here’s a photo I shot with the XF 18mm F2.0. The 18mm is equivalent to a 27mm because of the crop factor on the X-Pro1. I know the XF 35mm F1.4 is the hot lens for the X-Pro1 system but this 18mm quite frankly surprised me. I love this lens, and the image quality coming from this lens is quite exceptional. This is a lot coming from me because if you read my Leica 28 Elmarit ASPH review, you’ll know that I actually hate the 28mm focal length! The photo is a jpeg that came straight out of the camera with no photoshopping. Unfortunately, Adobe Camera Raw doesn’t support the X-Pro1 RAW files yet. I did choose the Velvia option in the camera though. Anyway, if you want to see more photos before my X-Pro1 review, please check out my past post titled Fuji X-Pro1 First Shots: Jpegs Straight Out of The Camera. For now, take care, and thanks for stopping by!