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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 | My 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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The Fujinon XF 18mm F2.0 R Lens Review For The Fuji X-Pro1 | findingrange.com

The Fujinon XF 18mm F2.0 R Lens Review For The Fuji X-Pro1 |  findingrange.com | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it

As of now, there are only two lenses on the market that you can purchase with your Fuji X-Pro1. One is the XF 35mm F1.4 R lens, which seems to be the hot lens for the X-Pro1 now. The other is the XF 18mm F2.0 R lens, which is the wide angle sibling of the 35mm. If you could only buy one lens for your X-Pro1, which one should you buy?


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

X-Pro1 In Low Light … Simply WOW! | Al Smith Photography | My 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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Fujifilm X-Pro1 Lens Review | 18mm f2 & 35mm f1.4 | Derek Clark Photography

Fujifilm X-Pro1 Lens Review | 18mm f2  &  35mm f1.4 | Derek Clark Photography | My X-pro1 | Scoop.it

"A lot of people have complained about the high cost of the X-Pro1, but each X mount lens is actually very affordable, in fact three times more affordable than the two main manufactures, but with no less quality. The chattering is a bit annoying, but you do get used to it…a bit. I was going to hold off for the upcoming 23mm (35mm equivalent), but I needed something wide. I’m really pleased I got the 18mm and as I have the 23mm on the X100, I might not even bother buying one for the X-Pro1. I am keen to see the super-wide 14mm when it arrives near the end of 2012."


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