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Fujifilm X-T1 Digital Camera Review | Brendan Nystedt

Fujifilm X-T1 Digital Camera Review | Brendan Nystedt | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

Last year, Fujifilm overextended itself a bit by reaching downmarket. The plasticky X-M1 and X-A1 were both fine cameras, but they sacrificed a bit too much of the premium X Mount experience in the name of gaining new users. This year, seemingly out of nowhere, comes Fujifilm’s new X-T1 (MSRP $1,299.95 body-only). Breaking from the rangefinder style that the company wholeheartedly embraced with the X-Pro1 and X-E1, the X-T1 is a classic SLR-style mirrorless camera based on the same excellent, growing system of lenses. Built with the same exquisite attention-to-detail that Fuji’s other Japanese-manufactured cameras feature, this new body outshines its stablemates in a number of ways. But, the X-T1 is entering enemy territory. Our 2013 camera of the year, Olympus's OM-D E-M1 set a high water mark for a speedy, modern mirrorless camera. Making the segment even tougher to compete in, Sony's A7 and A7R both bring a full-frame sensor in a compact body. But, Fujifilm hasn't sent the X-T1 into battle without an arsenal of its own. Featuring weather sealing, a high-resolution EVF, and a great control scheme, the X-T1 looks like it’s got the right stuff to go up against that tough competition in the mid-$1,000 price range.......

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Fujifilm X-E2 First Impressions Review | Kaitlyn Chantry

Fujifilm X-E2 First Impressions Review | Kaitlyn Chantry | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


.... while the X-E2 isn't exactly a revolutionary product, it's further evidence that Fujifilm is listening to its fans. Without the juggernaut brand power of some of its Japanese brethren, Fuji is focusing on getting the little things right and hoping that consumers will respond. With the X100, Fuji received a flood of user complaints and quickly released a critical firmware update. Even after announcing the X100S, the company continued to refine the original; the latest update for the older model arrived just a couple weeks ago. Fujifilm has also issued firmware upgrades for both the X-Pro1 and X-E1, making key improvements that legitimately improve the shooting experience. Now we're faced with another successor: the promising X-E2. It has a new sensor, new processor, and new control layout, but it's the other tiny adjustments here and there that tell the real story. The message Fujifilm is sending is clear: We want you to have the best experience possible, and we'll continue to improve on it until we get it right. Whether you're a diehard Fuji fan ready for a new body, or a new user waiting to embrace Fuji, you can at least trust that the X-E2 will be a solid entry in the market and will continue to get better......

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