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Fujifim FinePix X-Pro1 Sample Photos

Fujifim FinePix X-Pro1 Sample Photos - Sample Photos from the brand new Fujifim FinePix X-Pro1 with 18mm, 35mm and 60mm lenses (updated March 5 2012 @ 16:30).

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Category : Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera
Product : Fujifilm X-Pro1
Price : £1,429
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Fujifilm X-Pro1

Sample Photos from the brand new Fujifim FinePix X-Pro1 and 18mm f/2.0 lens, 35mm lens and 60mm macro lens shown below:

Fujifilm X-Pro1 Lens test images


Fujifilm X-Pro1 ISO test images


Fujifilm X-Pro1 White-balance test images


Fujifilm X-Pro1 Sample Photos


Panorama | 1/60 sec | f/11.0 | 18.0 mm | ISO 200
Panorama | 1/60 sec | f/11.0 | 18.0 mm | ISO 200

Fujifilm X-Pro1 Photos of Equipment


Fujifilm X-Pro1 Specifications

ManufacturerFujifilm
Image Sensor
CCD pixels16.3Mp (Megapixels)
Pixels (W)4896
Pixels (H)3264
Sensor TypeCMOS
Sensor SizeAPS-C
Sensor Size (width)23.6mm
Sensor Size (height)15.6mm
Aspect Ratio
  • 3:2
  • 16:9
  • 1:1
LCD Monitor
LCD Monitor3in
Screen resolution1,230,000
Touch ScreenNo
Focusing
Focusing modes
  • Autofocus
  • Manual
  • Centre
  • Spot
  • Multi
Exposure Control
Shutter speeds shortest1/4000sec
Shutter speeds longest30sec
Exp modes
  • Program
  • Aperture-Priority
  • Shutter-Priority
  • Manual
Metering
  • TTL
ISO sensitivity100 - 25600
White balance
  • Manual
  • Incandescent
  • Fluorescent
  • Shade
Exposure Comp+/-2
Viewfinder
Viewfinder Resolution1,440,000-dots
Shooting Options
Continuous shooting6fps
Video
Movie modeYes
Video Resolution
  • 1920x1080
  • 1280x720 720p
Video FPS24
Stereo SoundYes
Optical Zoom with VideoNo Data
Other Features
Image StabilisationNo
Interface
HDMIYes
USBUSB 2
Storage
Card Type
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SDXC
File Type
  • RAW
  • JPG
  • RAW + JPG
Power Source
Battery TypeNP-W126 Li-ion battery
CIPA Rating300
Box Contents
Box ContentsLi-ion Battery NP-W126, Battery Charger BC-W126, Shoulder strap, USB cable, Body cap, Metal strap clip, Protective cover, Clip attaching tool , CD-ROM (Viewer software, RAW File Converter, Owner's manual
Dimensions
Weight450g
Width139.5mm
Height81.8mm
Depth42.5mm

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Photographs taken using the Fujifilm X-Pro1

Old BoilerOld BufferFull FrontalGlasgow Cathedral in AutumnDartmoor PrisonScrewed Up[Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum at nightMore of the SameLeaden Skies Over Burrator ReservoirNovember 11thGate to an Old Stone ShedWater Abstract ionAutumn GlowTavistock Cormorant
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Comments


walkerr 12
5 Mar 2012 11:27AM
Am I missing something here?
The spec for this body got me very excited as a cheaper Leica alternative / high quality go everywhere with me possible alternative to my current GF1.

The samples look washed out and terrible though for a camera that is claimed to surpass other large sensor compacts.

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kodachrome 3 474
5 Mar 2012 12:05PM
I already have a Fuji X10 which takes fantastic pictures, but these sample pictures from the X-Pro1 are really quite awful. I'm sure there must be some sort of explanation as to why?

I was considering dumping my big heavy DSLR & lenses for a high end intercheangable lens range finder, but, I will now reserve judgment.

Pete
walkerr 12
5 Mar 2012 12:24PM

Quote:
I was considering dumping my big heavy DSLR & lenses for a high end intercheangable lens range finder, but, I will now reserve judgment.
Pete



I've also got well used but ageing Canon DSLR system, and slightly more recent Panasonic 4/3 but have been wondering whether to rationalise down to 1 system. This was in my peripheral view as a possible, but will need to something way better than these.
5 Mar 2012 1:16PM
Something very wrong here tried it at Focus NEC and the results were far better than this


Roy
joshwa e2
4 605 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2012 1:50PM
We will be posting updated photos shortly.
kodachrome 3 474
5 Mar 2012 3:32PM
Walkerr
If the Fuji X-Pro1 can produce pictures [and we need to see proof of that along with a full review] at least as good as my X10 and the XS-1 tested on this web site, then as you say there is a good case to rationalise one's system down from a DSLR. I would be more interested in the zoom option and of course if the price dropped which it should do over time. I really admire Fuji for the refreshing direction they are taking and not producing yet another DSLR or derivative. The X-Pro1 can hardly be called a 'Compact system camera' although it is a tad smaller than a DSLR, but not by much. Fuji earnt a very well respected reputation amongst studio photographers with the S5-Pro and for a while was considered one of the best cameras for portraits and Weddings.
I'm sure the X-Pro1 will uphold this fine reputation.
Pete
YoBellzaa e2
7 224 England
5 Mar 2012 4:35PM
New images are now uploaded.
kodachrome 3 474
6 Mar 2012 8:16AM
Well, they are better, but quite honestly i'm not impressed, the panorama shot has burnt out high lights and the the colours in all the out door pictures are lack lustre. Ok, it's winter and not the best conditions for showing off a cameras best performance and picture quality. The indoor shots were OK.

I think another example needs to be tested and in sunny conditions and then compared to to see if your first sample was a one off or they are all exhibiting the same trend.

Pete
walkerr 12
6 Mar 2012 8:32AM
@kodachrome

Agree on the pano shot - not a great ad for the camera. The 'Building And Trees' sample immediately before it looks to my eye reasonably pleasing, quite good detail and range. Does seem to have quite a bit of CA, which at f11 you'd hope would be quite low (i'm no expert though, so maybe that's me looking at it wrong). If I stepped back on that one shot and said how did it compare against my APS-C canon or MFT Panasonic, I'd say fairly well - but well lit, ISO 200, 1/60 you'd pretty much hope any modern camera would get a nice clean shot.

So agree - jury is still out here, but based on these newer samples it's still on my possibles list
NikLG 9 1.7k England
6 Mar 2012 9:33AM
I agree with a lot of comments here. Those photo tests look pretty shocking, not in a 'bad camera' way, but in a 'bad photo' way. My iPhone can produce better results than most of those.
I am pretty sure ( I hope Tongue ) that it's the user not the tool, because my x10 can produce much better images....

The ISO tests look quite promising though....
6 Mar 2012 7:14PM
Oops! Just canceled my pre-order from B&H. I already have Pentax K-5 as studio camera and Panasonic G3 for everyday... together they cost like one body from Fuji. But photos can't match K-5! The only problem of K-5 is AF speed and accuracy, but that photos from Fuji are all out of focus except studio shots =(
Need to wait for good reviews
kodachrome 3 474
7 Mar 2012 8:21AM
When the Ephotozine review staff tested the Fuji XS-1 they gave it very high marks and used the words,
'Fantastic Picture Quality' and 'Superb picture quality' which I agreed with, so when they did a hands on preview with test pictures of the X-Pro1 I was expecting at least the same standard if not even higher, but alas no, they were worse and no where near as good as my X10 which is on a par with the XS-1. [same sensor]
I think some sort of explanation is now called for from the review staff. Is it the camera/lenses or did we have a novice taking the pictures?

Pete
joshwa e2
4 605 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2012 10:59AM
We are carrying out further testing to see what the issue is, and once complete we will be able to post our results.
walkerr 12
7 Mar 2012 11:03AM

Quote:We are carrying out further testing to see what the issue is, and once complete we will be able to post our results.


Cool - thanks for responding. It's clear to see there's quite a few of us who are really hoping this camera will shine in terms of IQ (even if our wallets may regret it).
kodachrome 3 474
7 Mar 2012 11:06AM
Thanks joshwa

There was no disrespect intended towards any of your staff, we just need to sort out why we see sub standard pictures from a high end camera especially as other cheaper 'X' models in the same series are at least on published pictures out performing it in picture quality.

Cheers
Pete
joshwa e2
4 605 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2012 1:15PM
walkerr 12
7 Mar 2012 1:19PM
Starting to look much nicer. Watch face detail looks pretty darned good to me.
Sorry but I'm not impressed. There's some sharp detail in a couple photos but overall they look washed out and lacking in dynamic range. From the looks of it, I could take better photos with my KR with kit lens. Even the colors don't seem to have that classic Fuji quality as seen in the S-series dslrs and there is some pretty obvious color fringing in the corners of the 18mm lens. I will reserve judgement until a later time but Olympus's digital OM is looking better by the minute.
Ok, just checked out the new lens sample photos and they are looking really nice and razor sharp. You guys should repost some new photos on this page because they don't do this camera any justice compared to lens sample photos. That watch pops off the screen!
walkerr 12
7 Mar 2012 3:12PM
Gonna be a tricky one now - there's more zooms in MFT, and I have couple lenses already, which makes the OM-D attractive. The Fuji has a lot of appeal tho
kodachrome 3 474
7 Mar 2012 4:02PM
Yes, the pictures look better and the watch faces good but not class leading and certainly not reflecting the body and lens price. I will wait judgement after I see some nice landscapes in good weather and that famous Fuji 'Velvia' colour.
I desperately wanted to get away from the DSLR culture and still have a system camera, the Fuji X-Pro1 looked like the answer, but not just yet!!??

This camera is not having a good start in life and I will be interested to see other reviews to see if it exhibits the same disappointing images.

Pete
joshwa e2
4 605 United Kingdom
8 Mar 2012 11:54AM
We've added a few more pictures to this page, thanks Josh

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