Fujifilm X-Pro1 Mirrorless Camera Review at ePhotozine

When the verdict in a review at a reputable site incudes the word 'excellent' five six seven times, you know there's something special at hand:

"Focus speed is quickest with the 18mm lens, followed by the 35mm, then the 60mm macro. Focus is generally quite rapid, unless

you select the macro mode, which slows the camera down, particularly in low light or with subjects with low levels of contrast. Manual focus is possible with each lens featuring a fly-wire manual focus ring this can be used in conjunction with the camera letting you view a magnified view of the subject by pressing the scroll wheel on the back.

Continuous shooting shoots at roughly 6fps for the first 15 shots, then gradually slows to 4fps then 3fps, then 2fps depending on the speed of your card. Shooting RAW it's possible to shoot 11 shots at 5fps, after this the next shot was taken after 1.6 seconds, then each additional shot took another 3.4 seconds. We used a fast class 10 / UHS:1 card for these test."

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