It's been a little over a year since Fuji released the X-Pro 1 - a Leica for the rest of us. It paid homage to the great rangefinder type cameras of yesteryears. Although digital, it was the first camera that handled like it was a film camera with files that were incredibly film-like. The familiar manual, mechanical-like controls were a delight for those who began with pre-autofocus film cameras. The X-Pro 1's output was also unexpected. The colour reproduction is so true to life that it amazes me even today. The camera comes with simulations of Fuji's great films like Velvia, Provia, Astia, colour negative & b/w. With the X-E1 as a second body and just waiting for the 55-300mm zoom to come, my X bag will be all set for more great photography.
Via Thomas Menk