Another X PRO 1 versus rest of the mirrorless world comparison.

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Soundimagesplus (Click here) made a new Fuji X POR 1 versus Olympus E-M5 and Sony NEX-5n High ISO comaprison: “Firstly, using the same Nikon lens on the Fuji and Sony the Sony has purple fringing and the Fuji doesn’t. Secondly, while the Fuji is clearly the best at ISO 3200, just look at how close the Olympus OM-D gets to this much praised Sony sensor at that setting.

Also the well known Photographyblog (Click here) Highly Recommends the Fuji: “Thankfully the X-Pro1’s innovative image sensor and lack of low-pass filter lives up to all the hype and more, delivering truly excellent image quality. Noise is noticeable only by its almost complete absence throughout the ISO range of 100-25,600, while the Dynamic Range function helps to boost contrast and detail.

P.S.: A new Low Light image sample by Alan Smith (Click here).

 

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The best of all X lenses is now shipping at Amazon!

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The very likely best of the three new X lenses is now in Stock at Amazon (Click here to grab the 60mm macro lens). As you know Brandon Remler (Click here) said about the 60mm: “The sharpness is great and it’s a terrific lens to own.” and ePhotozine (Click here to read it): “Sharpness is excellent from corner to corner, CA is pretty much non-existent, and other optical problems like distortion and falloff are also very well controlled. Unfortunately those wishing to use this lens primarily for macro work may find the issue with internal reflections a little too frustrating. The price is about right for the excellent build quality and features, but this lens will really sell itself on its near-perfect optical performance.

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Don’t worry! Adoabe is working on the X PRO 1 RAW support!

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As you may know Adobe just launched the Lightroom 4.1 Release Candidates which supports many new cameras but not the X PRO 1. Don’t worry! They just added a note too:
The Lightroom and Camera Raw team is well aware of the new X-Pro1 camera from FUJIFILM.  We are currently developing raw support for the X-Pro1 and look forward to providing it as soon as support is complete.  Thanks for your patience on this topic.

Let’s hope it doens’t take that long!

via ThomasFitzgerald

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