Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Fuji is following up the mega success of the instant cult classic that is the X100 as they are now tempting our wallets again with a new rangefinder model, the X-Pro1. We'll start with the obvious; the thing looks absolutely fine clad in the vintage livery of cameras of days gone bye, and for that simple reason we want one around our necks on our next vacation. Fortunately for us, Fuji gave their first mirrorless interchangeable lens camera some serious chops, starting with a whopping 16 megapixel sensor. It also boasts an ISO range of up to 6400 (25,600 extended output), and a hybrid optical/electric viewfinder, a hotshoe flash mount, and, as shown above, the camera has three lenses available; a 18mm, 35mm, and a 60mm. You can learn more here.