After some time of thorough testing, I'm ready for the second part of my review of the Fujifilm X-Pro1. This part might seem to have quite a negative ring to it. This is just because I want to get the bad things out of the way first so we can go on talking for hours and hours about the good stuff Fuji gave to us.
First of all, it goes without saying, It's a really portable deal offered by Fujifilm. If you would like DSLR-like quality in a tiny package, but don't feel like spending about 10.000$ or more on a worthy solution (Leica, yes), Intro X-pro-1. I haven't ever seen such beautiful pictures come off of a portable camera like that.
As a photographer, it is very easy to get carried away, it was just this morning I read something on a mainstream website where this guy had posted a photo then gone on to explain how he had lit it. Using 6 speedlights, on each flash, he had some kind of funky and fancy adapter. I could not help think that, the reason for taking the image in this was more a technical reason than anything else.
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