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Fuji X-Pro1 review: slow down, take it easy! | Daniel Pfund

Fuji X-Pro1 review: slow down, take it easy! | Daniel Pfund | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

 

My impression is that Fuji brought out the X-Pro1 for high-end enthusiastic photographer (hence the "Pro" name and high price tag). If you know how aperture, speed, and ISO work together, and are willing to take time to compose a shot, then this camera will certainly suit you. If you are shooting fast moving objects (sports or even kids), then you are probably not going to like the X-Pro1 because of its slow autofocus and shutter lag (see AF discussion below). I've seen some reports from people who thought they were "ripped off" by Fuji after buying the X-Pro1. I can understand that, because this is not your typical point and shoot camera. Neither is it a DSLR replacement. It takes time to really understand the camera and get accommodated with this new style of shooting. It takes some effort to get the picture you want; it's not a point and click machine!

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Ralphw62's comment, June 25, 2012 2:04 PM
why the white zip tie?
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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

 

My photography interests are far-ranging. I shoot events and performances island-wide including ballet, theatre, bellydancing, hula and more. Commercially, I shoot fashion and lifestyle on-location or in-studio. For private shoots, I capture studio headshots or sunset shoots on the beach. My landscape and nature photography includes humpback whales in Maui, infrared photography in Kauai and scenic panoramas throughout the islands.