Fujifilm XF1

  • Fujifilm XF1
79
Based on 32 scores, 62 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    7
  • Good:
    20
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    2

Pros:

  • Fantastic design.
  • - F/1.8 lens at wide angle of the focal range.
  • Manual functionality.

Cons:

  • Premium price tag.
  • Slow performance at high ISO settings.

Expert reviews and ratings

By The Imaging Resource on

The Fuji XF1 is the James Bond of enthusiast pocket cameras -- sleek, retro-styled (but somehow still imminently modern) and even a little dangerous looking. Like the classic Walther PPK, it's not a bad little shooter either, providing a bright f/1.8...

By cnet on 70

The Fujifilm XF1 is one of the nicest-looking point-and-shoots available and it performs well, too. But its photos and features might not please some...

By PC Mag on 80

The Fujifilm XF1 is a neat retro-look compact camera with sharp optics, but its light-gathering capability diminishes as you...

By Photo Answers on 80

There's much to like about this classy-looking creative compact from Fujifilm. The image quality and ISO performance mark it out as a genuine contender and on the whole we found it simple and easy to use. But we're still in two minds about the...

By reviewed.com on 89

We started this review by asking the question: Can the XF1 bring Fujifilm's rehabilitated brand to the masses? Really, what we were asking was: Can the XF1 compete on even footing in the marketplace with Canon's S110 and Panasonic's LX7 , or even Sony's...

By howtospendit.ft.com on

This new compact semi-pro-quality camera from the ridiculously resurgent Fujifilm company isn't the most convenient to use – take the method of turning it on by twisting the lens barrel, for example. But then the XF1, with its leather-effect body, is so...

By Expert Reviews on 100

A stunning design, equally impressive photos and genuinely pocket-sized too...

By Stuff.tv on 80

Fuji's X-series hits the spot again with the stylish, feature-packed XF1...

By PC Advisor on 80

With camera -incorporating smartphones eviscerating the market for simpler snapshots, Fuji is another manufacturer reacting by going high-end. The XF1 is the latest in its gorgeously retro styled ‘X' series of premium-build compacts. Unlike the...

By CNET UK on 80

The XF1 is a camera that both looks great and takes impressive photos. The unusual power control on the manual zoom wheel, however, is a little fiddly and won't suit everyone. Get beyond this, though, and the wide maximum aperture and raw image...

By Macworld UK on 80

With camera-incorporating smartphones eviscerating the market for simpler snapshots, Fuji is another manufacturer reacting by going high-end. The XF1 is the latest in its gorgeously retro styled ‘X’ series of premium-build compacts. Unlike the...

By Digital Arts Online on 70

Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina Display is thin, light, and great for travelling, but when you get to your desk, the ritual of plugging in a keyboard, external monitor, DVD drive, speakers, and an external hard drive can feel anything but convenient. For...

By firstpost.com on 80

The Fujifilm XF1 is priced at Rs 33,989, which may sound unreasonable to you. But then, you get a pocketable camera that performs almost at par with an entry-level DSLR equipped with the 18-55 mm kit lens. In fact, the lens on this camera is much more...

By DigitalVersus on 80

The Fujifilm XF1 is a compact and comprehensive expert-level camera. It can feel surprising to handle at first but it's actually been well-designed. Plus, image quality doesn't disappoint. Like its competitors, it's no match for the Sony RX100 in the...

By Digital Photography Review on

The holiday season is upon us once again and with all the sales and special deals around at the moment, this is a great time to start thinking about getting a new camera. Maybe for a loved one, maybe just as a treat to yourself. In this article, we'll be...

By Steves Digicams on

We've all seen them, those cameras that you can't help but notice. They may have an interesting color or a unique feature. Perhaps you're intrigued by really thin cameras that can use interchangeable lenses. Other photographers may be amazed by...

By brisbanetimes.com.au on

Fujifilm doesn't use electric motors where fingers work better. The traditional leather (faux) and metal trim make the little XF1 a thing of beauty. Technically, it is up against some stiff competition at this price, including the Canon PowerShot S110...

By DPexpert on

REVIEW—FUJIFILM XF1 compact camera] by terry on 13 December 2012 Price: $550 Cute and good THE LOW-DOWN: This 12 megapixel camera has a 25–100mm (film equivalent) stabilised zoom lens. The austere retro body carries the essential setting controls in...

By Sydney Morning Herald on

DateDecember 13, 2012 Read later This 12-megapixel camera has a 25mm-100mm (film-equivalent) stabilised zoom lens. The austere retro body carries the essential setting controls in knobs and buttons, except for the on-off switch. The camera is...

By Gizmodo on

This is form over function. You may want a product that looks good and uses an odd mechanical trick to turn on and off. It certainly can take good pictures.But if you need to shoot a lot of photos quickly, and you want to take the most advantage of a...