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Fujifilm X-Pro1

alaTest has collected and analyzed 478 reviews from magazines and websites. Comments about the price and portability are generally positive. The image quality and usability are also appreciated. There are some negative reviews about the image stabilizer and control panel, while there are some mixed views about the focus.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Fujifilm X-Pro1 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Audley Jarvis (

Fujifilm X-Pro1


Could this be the best compact system camera on the market?

Outstanding image quality ; Class-leading high ISO performance ; Old-school manual controls ; Super-sharp LCD screen

Doesn't come cheap

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Fujifilm X-Pro1 review


The Fuji X-Pro1 brings interchangable lenses and retro style

Rock-solid build quality ; Full manual controls ; Hybrid viewfinder

Expensive ; LCD not angle adjustable ; Slow auto focus on video

Apr, 2012

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Fujifilm X-Pro 1 review


Fujifilm's most ambitious camera ever has retro appeal in abundance, but it's one frustrating step from perfection. Whereas the gorgeous but non-lens-swapping Fujifilm X100 had the silvery look of a 1950s Leica, the lens-enabled X-Pro1 is a little more...

Jul, 2012

Expert review by : Gavin Stoker (

Fujifilm X-Pro1


The 16.3 effective megapixel Fuji X-Pro1 camera has barely left our side for the past two weeks. And it's not purely because, with its sturdy high-end enthusiast metal build, plus Leica M8/M9-alike rangefinder styling, it is the sort of camera once...

Full manual photographic control, Leica-like construction that feels solid enough to withstand a war, very high resolution LCD and sensor activated EVF/optical viewfinder too

The high-end price tag, rear LCD not angle adjustable, AF slow to snap back into focus if adjusting framing when shooting video

For charm alone the luxurious, premium-feel Fuji X-Pro1 is the most exciting and interesting release in the Compact System Camera world since Olympus’ original E-P1 digital Pen of 2012.

Apr, 2012

Expert review by : Jake Smith (

Fujifilm X-Pro1 pictures and hands-on - Pocket-lint


We knew it was coming due to last week's leak, so we had more than an inkling that the system would be an impressive one. The Fujifilm X-Pro1 lays to

Jan, 2012

Expert review by : Angela Nicholson (

Fuji X-A2 review


Fuji's most affordable CSC gets a little upgrade for selfie-lovers

Overall image quality ; AF performance ; Classic Chrome film simulation

No viewfinder ; No remote camera control via Wi-Fi ; Beaten for resolution by 24Mp rivals

Fujifilm's X-series of compact system cameras are one of the success stories of recent times. Their popularity seems to have taken even their manufacturer by surprise. A combination of retro styling, traditional controls, robust build and high image...

Apr, 2015

Expert review by : Angela Nicholson (

Fuji X-A1 review


Fuji's entry-level CSC gets more affordable

Most affordable Fuji CSC ; Natural, vibrant images ; Tilting LCD

No viewfinder ; Screen not touch-sensitive ; Standard sesnor

Ratings in depth Camera reviews Best mirrorless CSC Best camera The Fuji X-A1 is the fourth model in the company's X-series of compact system cameras, but it is identical to the Fuji X-M1 in all but one vital way - the sensor. Whereas the Fuji X-M1 has...

Nov, 2013

Expert review by : Amy Davies (

Fuji X-M1 review


Fujifilm's smaller, more affordable X-series CSC

Tilting screen ; Small size ; Large APS-C sensor

Not a touchscreen ; Limited digital filters ; No viewfinder

Camera reviews Best mirrorless CSC Best camera Fuji's X-M1 is the third model in the company's X range of interchangeable lens cameras, and it is the smallest and lightest compact system camera the manufacturer has produced to date. In fact, it's a...

Sep, 2013

Expert review by : Amy Davies (

Fuji X-E1 review


A smaller and sleeker Fuji X-Pro1... what's not to like?

Improved autofocus ; Retro design ; Lots of dials ; Fantastic EVF

Not a touchscreen ; Can't shoot raw in all situations ; Hidden video mode

Camera reviews Best mirrorless CSC Best camera Updated: Now with a page comparing the Fuji X-E1 with the Fuji X-Pro1.

Jan, 2013

Expert review by : Amy Davies (

Fuji X-F1 review


Small, sleek and stylish - Fujifilm has sexed up the X range

Design ; Large sensor ; Raw format shooting

Not a touchscreen ; Awkward lens mechanism

Fuji's X range of cameras has proven incredibly popular over the past couple of years. Now the company seems keen on expanding that popularity into the mass market of consumers, with a new range of cameras designed to appeal to a wider audience.

Nov, 2012

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