Elegant and efficient exposure controls.
High image quality.
Outstanding High ISO noise performance.
Innovative hybrid OVF/EVF
Functional analogue controls.
6fps burst shooting with no viewfinder blanking.
Unique hybrid optical viewfinder.
Excellent LCD, even in sunlight.
Good analog control dials for quick manual, auto, or semi-auto exposure.
Digital controls are well-placed.
Menu is well-designed and easy to use.
Bright optical viewfinder.
Faster buffer than X100.
Hybrid viewfinder is great to use.
Superb lens quality.
Expansive 49point AF array
Retro classic design.
Poorly implemented manual focus
Exposure compensation dial easily moved unintentionally.
Limited lens range.
Ineffective dynamic range feature in my tests.
Aperture rings and EV dial are a bit loose.
OVF accuracy disappointing.
Auto white balance too red indoors.
Autofocus a little slow.
Battery life should be better.
Only three launch lenses.
Black paint not hardy enough.
No built-in flash.
Lack of dedicated video recording button.
By Photo Answers on April 08, 2013
Street price: £1429 (body only) Resolution: 16.3Mp (4896x3264px) Sensor: APS-C CMOS (23.6x15.6 mm) Lens mount: Fujifilm X-Mount Crop factor: 1.5x Autofocus system: Contrast Detect (sensor) Focusing modes: Multi-area, Center, Single,...80
By Good Gear Guide on February 27, 2013
Fujifilm’s X-Pro1 is an excellent attempt at an enthusiast, mirrorless, interchangeable-lens digital camera for a company that hasn’t appealed to professionals since 2006. It looks great, is very well constructed, and has an excellent...70
By Macworld UK on November 30, 2012
Rather than aim for a mass-market camera, Fuji has gone niche for its first ever CSC in the 16.3 effective megapixel X-Pro1. With a DSLR-sized CMOS sensor it is pitched at enthusiasts and professionals and was joined in the dying stages of 2012 by a...100
By KickStartNews on September 01, 2012
What a camera. Despite my whining above about the v1 firmware autofocus speed, the Fujifilm X-Pro1 has accurate autofocus. The v2 firmware update eliminated some of the camera's usability quirks, and improved autofocus speed and SD card write speed...80
By theregister.co.uk on August 17, 2012
Whether the X-Pro1 is worth the real money needed to buy it you will need to weigh up for yourself. If faster and better autofocus, more silent operation and speedy performance are important to you, save your cash and resist the charm of the...85
By Stuff.tv on July 01, 2012
Amazing in almost every way, but a slow autofocus holds it back from greatness...80
By Photo Answers on June 21, 2012
The X-Pro1’s real highlight is its image quality. Fuji claims that it can compete with, if not better, full-frame DSLR rivals, and they’ve backed this up with a camera that takes exceptionally sharp and detailed images, has intuitive...80
By CamcorderInfo on June 11, 2012
Unfortunately, the Fujifilm X-Pro1's positives as a video camera—strong color rendition and impressive low light performance—are severely outweighed by the camera's poor controls in video mode. The unreliable autofocus system drove...82
By Buy-n-Shoot on May 23, 2012
I can honestly say that the X-S1 is one of the most impressive cameras I have seen in quite some time, due to its incredible versatility straight out of the box. Technically branded a “compact” camera, the fact that it features RAW...80
By The Verge on May 22, 2012
Having used the X100 and X10 extensively, I'm accustomed to the looks and questions I get as I use the camera, but the X-Pro1 takes the phenomenon to a new level. The camera looks like a Leica to the untrained eye, and even to a discerning passer-by...80