The Fujifilm X-mount is a interchangeable lens mount designed by Fujifilm. The mount is used in the Fujifilm X-Pro1 and the Fujifilm X-E1 digital cameras. It is currently only compatible with FUJINON XF lenses, however there are plans to make an adaptor to allow compatibility with Leica M lenses and third-party options from Zeiss and Tamron have also been announced.

First Fujifilm X-Pro1 RAW files and posted. Full jpegs from 200 to 6400 too. (UPDATED!)

Posted at the Russian site ProPhotos. Hurry up and grab them while they're still available :)  Page is in Russian of course, but no translation needed to find the files, scroll down and you'll stumble upon them. 

Update:  We now have full jpegs at our peeping disposal, all the way up to iso 25.600 thanks to Lens Tip . . . read more

FujiFilm X-Pro1: 24 videos and more for your peeping pleasure

Can't have enough of the X-pro1? Ok, here's the manual, here's the x-mount lens manual, and a bunch of videos as a bonus. And don't forget our continous coverage of the X-pro1 here . . . read more

Fujifilm X-Pro1 Hands-on Preview @ PDNonline

Article incudes updated info about the x-pro lens roadmap up to 2013:

"During the time I spent shooting with prototype versions of the X-Pro1, it was clear the camera was almost ready for prime time, though it still needed some fine-tuning. For instance, the lens focus was noisy and the aperture ring rotated roughly.  . . . read more

Fujifilm X-Pro1 vs. Panasonic GX1 vs. Sony NEX-7 vs. Olympus E-P3 comparison @ SR

Stuff-Review has made a nice little chart that pits the newcomer against the almost established crowd. That's all pretty theoretical though, since 3 of the 4 cameras are practically not available in the majority of the western world:

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TechRadar meets Fuji X-Pro1 designer

"One of the key requests for the X-Pro1 was that the shutter speed dial on the top-plate be given a lock to prevent it from being knocked out of the automatic setting. This was problem for photographers using the X100 with the shutter speed dial and aperture ring in their 'A' (for automatic) . . . read more

Fujifilm X-Pro1 preview @ CameraLabs

 

The X-Pro1 may be retro-styled and the lenses feature an aperture ring, but communication between the lens and body is entirely electronic. There's no mechanical couplings at all, so the aperture and manual focu . . . read more

Fujifilm X-Pro1 briefing, hands-on and all kinds of crazy @ DCwatch

Actually, if you run this through google translate its both informative and fun!

"Serve and was thinking of a digital camera with interchangeable lenses for about three years ago. But suddenly they put Fujifilm unproven . . . read more

Fujifilm: more X-mount cameras and X10 firmware coming @ DpReview

"Fujifilm has confirmed in a discussion with dpreview, more details about its plans for the X-system. It also said a firmware update for the X10 aimed at reducing the 'white-orb' problem is due in early February, if not before. The firmware update, . . . read more

fujifilm x-Pro1 hands-on (p)review @ TR

"Fuji claims this avoids the issue of moire patterning, which occurs as a result of the more regular grid structure that makes up the average Bayer pattern sensor. Consequently, the Fuji X-Pro1 doesn't have an anti-alisaing filter, which means it should . . . read more

Fujifilm X-Pro1 sample images posted

There are 3 images taken which each of the 3 new lenses. It goes to 1600 :)  Couple of them appear over-processed, maybe it is because they were shot as jpegs with film simulation on.  . . . read more

Fujifilm X-Pro1 camera preview @ Engadget

"In many ways, the X-Pro1 is simply an updated X100 with the incredible benefit of an interchangeable lens mount. To the untrained eye, the bodies look nearly identical, with a similar construction and finish, familiar dial location and control layout, and even a hybrid viewfinder and full-size flash mount. Though it has a similar height, the X-Pro1 is noticeably wider . . . read more

Fujifilm confirms M-mount adapter for X-Pro1 @ AP

"The adapter will allow manual focus operation with old Fujinon lenses, as well as M-mount Leica lenses, for example. 

Kawahara was vague on the exact timing of the launch but, when pressed, said he expects it to go on sale in April, after the CP+ trade show in

Fujifilm X-Pro1 Hands-On & preview @ PBlog

Want to see exactly what the exciting new Fujifilm X-Pro1 compact system camera looks like in the flesh?

"Fujifilm have torn up the rule book to create a completely new kind of image sensor which is unique to and patented by the company. Bayer pattern sensors have to use an optical low pass filter to prevent . . . read more

Fujifilm announces its new interchangeable lens system: Fujifilm X-Pro1

Touts a proud "Made in Japan-Extremely Accurate" key feature. Fujifilm press release:

 

Fujifilm is proud to announce the new model changes the rules in the new interchangeable lens system: Fujifilm X-Pro1. This camera is aimed at a professional audience and advanced amateurs and . . . read more

Is this what Fujifilm X1 will look like?

 The upcoming Fujifilm X1 mirrorless camera is not ready to be released yet, however, this is very close to what the camera will actually look like,

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