X-M1 vs X-E1 vs X-PRO1 vs X20 vs X100S size comparison!

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[On June 25 Fujirumors will follow the announcement live. Follow us on facebook, twitter and subscribe the RSS feed, and you won’t miss anything!]

Maximilian was so kind to create a “quick and dirty size comparison” between the X-M1 and X-E1 and I’m glad to share it with you all. Thanks a lot!

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And also MJr made a comparison between the X-PRO1, X-E1, X20, X100S  and X-M1. Thanks a lot MJr!

Hot! First images of the new Fuji X-M1!!!

So our sources werer right… I told you ;) ! This is the Fuji  X-M1 with no viewfinder and tilting screen. Here are the images via Digicaminfo! And you also see the new 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 and 27mm f/2.8 lens. Great! This will be Fuji’s entry level X system camera and likely priced at around $600-650.

The camera will be announced next week on June 25 and feature exactly the same X-E1 and X-PRO1 16 megapixel X-Trans sensor. And as yous ee from the pictures there is also a “WiFi” mark. There will be the new 27mm pancake too and a new firmware update for both, the X-E1 and X PRO 1 cameas.

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On June 25 Fujirumors will follow the announcement live. Follow us on facebook, twitter and subscribe the RSS feed, and you won’t miss anything!

stay tuned

X-DAY CONFIRMED: new body (entry level X-Trans APS-C), new firmware and new lenses on JUNE 25!

I got feedback from trusted sources. They confirm everything what the new Japanese source told to Fujirumors and… now here is what we know:

DATE: On June 25 Fujifilm will indeed make an important announcement.

X-BODY: The question is, which X-camera will be launched first (the X-Trans or the non X-Trans body)? According to both, the Japanese and trusted sources Fuji will launch the “little sister” (X-M1?) of the seXy-one (X-E1). It will be a cheaper and smaller X-E1 without viewfinder (trusted sources) but with tilt screen (new sources).

LENSES: According to trusted sources, on June 25 Fujifilm will launch the 27mm lens (confirming this FR-post of April 15) and the new zoom lens. Trusted sources said it will be a 16-50 or 16-55 cheap zoom lens. The new Japanese source told me that it will be a 16-50 zoom lens (if the source is right also this time, I think I should upgrade it to “trusted source” :) .)

FIRMWARE: Fuji will update the firmware for the X-E1 and X-PRO1. With these new lenses in the pipeline, it’s possible that it will only add compatibility. If I remember well, Fujifilm talked of a major firmware update in July.

On June 25 Fujirumors will follow the announcement live. Follow us on facebook, twitter and subscribe the RSS feed, and you won’t miss anything!

stay tuned

X-day on June 25: New X-E1 and X-PRO1 firmware + Fuji camera announcement?

The wait is over on June 25 there will be a series of big Fuji announcements!

FIRMWARE: Fujifilm Philippines announced at their website that there will be a new firmware update for the X-E1 and X-PRO1 on the 25 of June. Let’s see what will be improved (or if it just adds support for the 27mm, which is rumored to be launched soon.)

NEW BODY: The new Asian source (who for first told me that Fuji is about to announce 2 new bodies ) just told me that the first mirrorless interchangeable-lens body could be announced on June 25. I remember you that Fuji is about to launch a new X-Trans body and a new non X-Trans body.  P.S.: Trusted sources told me that the upcoming very cheap non X-Trans X-body will be offered in many colours.

NEW LENS: Also 2 new lenses, on should be a 16-50/55 zoom lens and the 27mm f/2.8 could be finally released too! Source: FR post.
Exciting times for X-fans! Stay tuned on FujiRumors! We will as usual give you new rumors soon. And be sure to be online on June 25 as we will follow all the announcement live on FR!

miXed zone: BHphoto X-superdeals with 4% reward, DxO working on X-Trans support and more

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After AmazonUS, now also BHphoto offers a 4% reward on the Fuji X series. Save $1300 on the lenses (up to $300 for a single lens) and $200 on the bodies. And then add the 4% reward (up to $133 reward for X-PRO1 + all lenses except 55-200). The 4% reward offer expires on June 15 (the deals continue till June 29, but there won’t be the 4% reward). Good times to make the switch. Adorama doesn’t have the 4% reward, but instead you get a lot of accessories (spare battery, SD-card and more). So, check the X-deals at BHphoto, AmazonUS and Adorama, compare and make your choice.


The latest DxO v8.2 doesn’t support the X-Trans files yet. But according to an email I got from FR-reader echenique we should not worry. He spoke with a representative from DxO who told him that “they are actively working on the X-Trans support“! So let’s hope that this turns out to be true soon. (thanks echenique)

custom settings

FR-reader Adam sent me this email: “I know it my have already been covered but my subscriber base over on Youtube have been requesting a video on custom setting for new Fuji X-Pro1 owners. I thought since you have all these offers going up on your site, some might be interested in this too. Here is the link. Can’t wait to find out what the new cameras are like. Thanks, Adam J Piper” Check out Adams settings.


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– “The Keeper“… or the X-E1! theonlinephotographer posted part 1 and part 2 of his findings about the X-E1. And at the end a short story:

“One final note. As I was leaving the bank in our little town recently, I crossed paths with a well-known architectural photographer who has talked publicly, and eloquently, about his difficult, costly, and ultimately successful transition from large and medium format film to high-end digital. He looked casually down at the camera slung over my shoulder and said, “Hey Jim, is that a new Leica?” I explained that although its quiet shutter had something of the old Leica M4 sound, it was perhaps closer to my previous constant companion, a steel-curtained Canon. “It’s a digital Fuji,” I noted. He grinned. “Nice!” he said.

– World and Humanitarian photographer David considerations about the X-E1 can be checked out here.

“[…] loved the size and handling. […] lenses were fantastic, especially the 14mm […] The sensor is amazing and I shot at crazy-high ISO without thinking twice about it, in part because I like the look. Very film-like to my eye. […] I love the ability to shoot in B&W, and because it’s an electronic viewfinder, I can see my scene that way. […] Quirks? Not many. […] not the fastest start-up and sometimes the focus hunted a little, but I expected worse, so wound up pleasantly surprised. […] I love this thing. Will it replace my DSLR? Sometimes, yes.

– X-E1 vs Nikon 1 at ISO 100 – RAW available (click here)


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Brutally Simple & Highly Effective (Even If You Didn’t Want to Admit It)” That’s the title of chasejarvis’ review here.

So how good is the AF on the X100s? Much, much, much better than the X100’s AF. On par with most mirorless/Compact System Cameras out there, in fact. The only one that I’d confidently say is way better is the Olympus OM-D E-M5’s AF, which is just plain scary-fast. Even better is the fact that the X100s will achieve focus in some pretty dark conditions. […] The X-Trans sensor from the X-Pro1 is an awesome bit of technology, and in combination with the X100s’ gorgeous 23mm f/2 lens, produces some impressive shots with deep detail. […] I’m off to Hawaii in June for a vacation, and the X100s is the only camera I’m taking with me. With all the gear at my disposal, this is the only thing I feel like I need.


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thebigpicturegallery posted some shots taken with the XF14mm here. “So whats it like to use in the field, one word FANTASTIC. It’s pin sharp, with a great depth of field, shooting either in af or manual mode is easy, set it up for zone focus, or hyperfocal and it gives you the depth of field to make quick street shooting a breeze. A minor nitpick is the lens hood, just a little bit too big and shows up a little too much in the viewfinder, when shooting with the OVF. However minor niggles aside, it is a great lens, delivers punchy sharp images with great IQ.

Zeiss Touit: After the 12mm, now Craig posted his 32mm full size samples. Check them out here.

Zeiss Touit 32mm in stock status check: USA: Adorama / BHphoto / AmazonUS / Uniquephoto / Pictureline / Europe: AmazonDE / ebayUK / PCHstore Brussel
Zeiss Touit 12mm in stock status check: USA: Adorama / BHphoto / AmazonUS / Uniquephoto / Pictureline / Europe: AmazonDE / ebayUK / PCHstore Brussel


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