PetaPixelQ&A with Fujifilm: The insiders' view on the development of Fuji's X-series ...imaging resourceDave Etchells had a chance to sit down with senior product planning and marketing executives from Fujifilm at Photokina 2012.
Brandon Remler (Click here) is one of the first to show us some image samples taken with the new Fuji X-E1. He also tested the Leica 90mm Summicron on the new X-E1 (Click here to see these shots): “The camera works ...
We had a chance to play around with the new Fujifilm X-E1 at Photokina 2012, at a meeting attended by people who were the brains and hands behind the camera. Announced back on September 6, the X-E1 is the more affordable counterpart to the well-regarded X-Pro1. It’s an interchangeable lens mirrorless camera with the same beastly APS-C sensor, shedding 30% in size, 21% in weight, the fancy hybrid viewfinder in favor of an all-electronic one, and 41% in price (from $1,700 to $1,000).
The camera is noticeably smaller than the X-Pro1, but it retains the same Leica-esque retro rangefinder design. Like the new affordable DSLRs that are emerging (the Canon 6D and Nikon D600), the X-E1 feels extremely light without feeling cheap and flimsy. When attached to some of Fujifilm’s heftier X-mount lenses, the body actually feels lighter than the lenses.
Feature-wise, the X-E1 is virtually identical to its bigger and more expensive sibling. It still has a 16MP CMOS sensor, ISO that can be boosted to 25,600, 1080p HD video recording, and RAW files. It gains a built-in flash, longer battery life, and a built-in mic jack, but loses some speed (3fps instead of 6) in addition to the hybrid viewfinder.
In the beginning of the year, Fujifilm Company released a new product to continue their line of appealing cameras. It was during this time that Fujifilm X-E1 was born, after an earlier product which was received well in the market. Similarly, the current product from the company is expected to perform well, not to mention the many adjacent that have been added to make it a must-have. Equipped with a hybrid optical viewfinder and cased in a solid body, analysts are confident that the product will not disappoint.
See on Scoop.it - Fuji X-Pro1 Fuji guys from Fujifilm compare the two Mirror-less interchangeable lens Cameras XE-1 and X Pro1 See on ... ... Compare the Cameras Fujifilm X-E1 & X-Pro1 | Fuji Guys. Fuji X-E1 / Fuji X-Pro1 ...
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