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A day at Getty Center with Fuji XPro-1! | Faran Najafi

A day at Getty Center with Fuji XPro-1!  | Faran Najafi | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


Few weeks ago I got an opportunity to re-visit the Getty Center in Los Angeles, CA in beautiful Southern California weather. During this visit I had my Fuji X-Pro 1 next to my Canon 5D MK III with 14mm F2.8 L II attached to it. I tried both cameras that day and once I got home to process the photos, I was amazed how my Fuji performed when I compared the photos with 5D MK III!!! I would say in some cases the result was very similar.

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Fuji XPro1 : Best Travel Camera Ever - Abandoned Building Shoot | Nate - Yomadic.com

Fuji XPro1 : Best Travel Camera Ever - Abandoned Building Shoot | Nate - Yomadic.com | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


Fuji XPro1. A lot has been said online about this remarkable and opinion polarising camera. I will cut to the chase right now – if you’re looking for the best travel camera available in 2012, this is it. My opinion is considered and well thought out. I’ve traveled, mostly overland, and photographed twenty-five countries since 2010.

I’ve shot and traveled with many different camera’s, but the Fuji XPro1 outshines them all. Hands down. So much so, that I recently sold my Nikon DSLR system. My travel camera kit now consists solely of the Fuji XPro1, with just a single lens. This is easily the best travel camera combo I have ever had the pleasure to use.

 

Photos shot in an abandoned building in New Zealand with the Fuji X-Pro-1 and 18mm lens.

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Critique Welcomed Olympic Park Venues | Chris Dodkin

Critique Welcomed Olympic Park Venues | Chris Dodkin | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


I decided to take on the Olympic Park using the X-Pro1 and lenses - and capture images of the buildings - some of which are only in-situ for the games. All shots X-Pro1 and 18mm, 35mm, and 60mm Lenses.

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Woman’s Wards At Seaview Turberculosis Hospital | Jeremy Harris

Woman’s Wards At Seaview Turberculosis Hospital | Jeremy Harris | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


Located on Todt Hill on New York’s Staten Island sit what’s left of eight original pavilions designed in 1905 to house patients with tuberculosis. Four men’s wards and four womens wards. Designed by Raymond F. Almirall, the wards were spaced in a fan-like formation in order to maximize sunlight and the curative sea air. In 1973 the men’s wards were demolished, the women’s wards left to sit, slowly decaying.This was my 4th or 5th trip back to see these magnificent structures. This time exclusively photographing with my Fujifilm X-Pro 1. A camera which I find to be perfect for locations such as this. My whole kit, consisting of a body and two lenses, the 18mm and 35mm, weigh next to nothing, and I absolutely love the built in grid, level, and timer features.

 

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Fuji X-Pro 1 Photographs New York | Joe Marquez

Fuji X-Pro 1 Photographs New York | Joe Marquez | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

A marvellous set of street Photographs with Fuji's XPro 1 Camera....

 

Why bring up street photography?

Because I had an opportunity to use the Fuji X-Pro 1 and 35/1.4 lens for about two weeks in New York City - primarily for street shooting.

 

So how did the Fuji perform in New York City?


I found the Fuji X-Pro 1 and 35/1.4 lens great for street photography. It is small, light, relatively quiet and discrete. At least discrete to my subject matter. I had several photographers, including several Leica shooters who curiously approached me to discuss the merits of the Fuji. They all walked away impressed.


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Fuji X-Pro1 - Sample Images on Flickr | Yann Beauson

 

First shots with the Fuji X-Pro1 and the 18mm in Paris

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Fuji X-Pro 1: Is this the camera i’ve been waiting for…and can afford? | Laith Al-Majali

Fuji X-Pro 1: Is this the camera i’ve been waiting for…and can afford? | Laith Al-Majali | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

 

The decision to buy a new camera is something that a photographer has to go through from time to time…and I can’t front , it’s a tough one sometimes, especially if you are buying into a new system. Last week I took the dive and bought myself the Fuji X-Pro 1 alongside their 18mm F2 lens, there are many reasons that made me take that decision, the moment I held the camera in my hand it felt right, albeit considerably lighter than the Leica M6 that I’ve been shooting with for years. The images i’ve seen come out of the camera have also been quite impressive and asking a friend or two who have been putting the camera through the works made me not think twice…and you know what…the fact that Fuji are releasing a lens mount for the Leica lenses I already have, sealed the deal.

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Taro's World Blog : Death Valley | Fuji X-Pro1

Taro's World Blog : Death Valley | Fuji X-Pro1 | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


Fujifilm X-Pro1 sample images from Death Valley - California


[Fujifilm X-Pro1 XF 18mm F2 R]

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The World As I See It - Got It | Gene Lowinger

The World As I See It - Got It | Gene Lowinger | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

Shooting on the streets of New York sometimes seems like 'shooting fish in a barrel'. I feel like I just can't miss if I keep my eyes open and stay alert. The density of the population is almost a guarantee that, no matter what time of day or night, there will be something happening - a story unfolding - if only I am tuned into seeing it....

Lots of images shot with the X Pro-1 and 18mm f2 lens

 

Visit his website: http://www.genelowinger.com/

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X-Pro1 In Low Light … Simply WOW! | Al Smith Photography

X-Pro1 In Low Light … Simply WOW! | Al Smith Photography | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

The most impressive piece of the act though was the way the X-Pro1 dealt with darkness and stage lighting. There were no cameras allowed during the show so I didn’t get many pictures but the couple I snapped with no flash in silent mode were amazing. This image is straight out of the jpg engine on the X-Pro1 and man I can’t believe the file.

If you are not a pro and want an amazing camera this one is just stunning. If you are a pro and want a traveling camera don’t even think about it just buy it! I mean just look this image! It is literally a super quick snap shot due to pressure and it’s amazing.

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The Fuji 18mm f/2 lens – A fun wide-angle for your X-Pro 1 | STEVE HUFF PHOTOS

The Fuji 18mm f/2 lens – A fun wide-angle for your X-Pro 1 | STEVE HUFF PHOTOS | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it
Yep! I still have the review sample of the X-Pro 1 here with me along with the 18mm and 35 1.4 lenses. While I prefer the 35 1.4 for the X-Pro 1, and that would be THE lens I chose if I bought the system for myself, I do like the little 18mm as well. I managed to get more time in with it this week, just with some fun shooting with my son at the local Zoo here in west Phoenix. In real works situations, in full sunlight, the lens performs well speed wise though it is still not a system built for shooting action.
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Kai Wong for DigitalRev TV | Fujifilm X-Pro1 Lens Reviews - 18mm f/2, 35mm f/1.4 & 60mm f/2.4 Macro

In this video we take a look at all 3 of the new Fujifilm XF mount lenses for the X-Pro1 camera. We shoot a lady with a box on her head and call it "Danbo". ...
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