The Fuji XE-1 digital compact system camera is the newest in Fuji’s X series. Designed to be smaller than the X-Pro 1, it sports many of the same industry-leading features such as the 16 Megapixel “X-Trans CMOS” sensor. The autofocus system is just as fast and accurate, and you still have manual exposure controls and RAW file shooting options. The electronic viewfinder is great for those who don’t like using the screen and, combined with the hardy design, makes you think of the film cameras in their heyday. The Fuji XE1 sports a pop-up flash as well as an accessory hot shoe.
At long last, Fuji announced their own foray into the Hybrid/Compact System inter-changeable lens cameras, the Finepix X-Pro1. Aimed at professional and enthusiast photographers, this camera sports a specially designed 16 Megapixel APS-C ‘X-Trans CMOS’ sensor which produces vibrant colour and sharp detail. The series of prime lenses available with the body (an 18mm f2, 35mm f4 and 60mm f2.4) are small in size and have a fine depth of field, as well as their own aperture dial. The hybrid viewfinder can be used either as an optical or digital rangefinder, delighting nostalgic fans. With new lenses set to be released this year, this is a camera designed to appease those looking for a powerful camera with nostalgic aesthetic. Full Details
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