Fujifilm X-Pro1 review at Photography Blog

"The X-Pro1 delivers most of the goods in terms of its handling, with a few caveats. The multitude of external controls, optical viewfinder and stunning appearance have been cunningly combined with some truly cutting-edge features, most notably the hybrid viewfinder. As on the X100, the ability to frame your subject in not one, not two, but three different ways, each of which offers

certain benefits, makes the X-Pro1 incredibly versatile, although the magnification system that's employed for the longer 35mm and 60mm lenses does result in a very small frame when using the optical viewfinder.

The camera also suffers from using a contrast-based auto-focus system that's slower than other rivals, the same unresponsive manual focusing system as the X100, long processing times for both single and burst RAW images, and a rather rudimentary video mode."

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