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FujifilmX-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only)
 
4.6

(based on 150 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (98)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (45)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

96%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good in low light (97)
  • Good image quality (94)
  • Compact (90)
  • Large clear LCD (89)
  • Easy to use (76)

Cons

  • Short battery life (37)
  • Lag / shutter delay (19)
  • No image stabilization (7)
  • Slow autofocus (6)
  • Limited zoom (4)

Best Uses

  • Travel (117)
  • Low light (99)
  • Family photos (82)
  • Landscape/scenery (73)
  • Weddings (53)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Photo enthusiast (57), Semi-pro photographer (42), Pro photographer (37), Casual photographer (4)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (135), Yes (5)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Fantastic, Underrated Camera!!

The X-PRO1 IMO is one of the most underrated cameras in the last few years. It's really unfortunate the X-PRO1 had a few nagging issues when first released due to the lack of support...Read complete review

The X-PRO1 IMO is one of the most underrated cameras in the last few years. It's really unfortunate the X-PRO1 had a few nagging issues when first released due to the lack of support in Lightroom and Camera Raw. And the autofocus lagged a bit, and some of that might have been the fault of lenses that prevented faster autofocus.

After a bunch of firmware updates, the X-PRO1 is now a better camera than when it was first released. Autofocus has improved and Fuji even gave it focus peaking!!!

The X-PRO1 has great image quality and great high ISO performance. The hybrid viewfinder is excellent. Sometimes you'll be using your camera in bright conditions and the EVF will be hard to see. That's one of the reasons you'd want an optical viewfinder.

Another great thing about the optical viewfinder is that you can get an idea of what's about to come into the frame before it arrives so you can anticipate your shots easier.

For street photography, the OVF is great because on a busy street with people in front of you, in back, and on each side, you might only have a second or two to react and the lag you get in all EVF's can raise your blood pressure while looking through the viewfinder and moving your camera around fast. You don't have that issue using the OVF.

For street photography I used an manual focus 24mm lens and I used it in manual mode, and zone focussed. When you zone focus, the X-PRO1 turns into a fast point and shoot camera with a lot of depth of field. And because there's no time wasted trying to autofocus, you can use the camera quickly.

Do yourself a favor and get the great X-PRo1 for the low prices it sells for now. Image quality is practically the same as the X-T1 even though the X-T1 has an updated image processor and X-Trans sensor. Nobody you display your images to will be able to tell the difference. Unless you need all the new "bells and whistles" of the X-T1, the X-PRO1 is IMO an under-appreciated camera capable of the same spectacular image quality of the more expensive X-T1.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not there yet...

I so much wanted to love this camera. Was looking for something lighter to replace my Canon 5D mark 1 with, which I've used since it came out. I was disappointed, as there...Read complete review

I so much wanted to love this camera. Was looking for something lighter to replace my Canon 5D mark 1 with, which I've used since it came out. I was disappointed, as there are many things to like about Fuji X-Pro1, including sleek design, the image quality (really great, especially with the prime lens), but the whole shooting and maintenance experience turned out not so exciting. It has a great potential, for sure, but not there yet. I'd wait till the next model. So, here are the things that influenced my decision to return it:

1. Focus. The autofocus speed is as slow as the turtle crossing the desert. Really frustrating. The manual focus got me wondering: you see the manually focused image in the electronic viewfinder, and it looks one way. But once you press the shutter button, the image comes out with a different focus from what you are seeing! B&H rep admitted that it was the case when I brought it back, and said that was one of the complains from other users. So, I felt like I was shooting "blindly" - some images did come out very nice, and some not so nice, and I felt like I had no control over it.

2. Image stabilization. The image looks unstable in both, electronic view and LCD. So, you are seeing the vibrations and slight flickering (like in some very cheap digital point and shoot cameras), which is quite distracting if you are used to a high quality equipment. Again, B&H rep looked at it when I brought it back and said that it is not a particular camera defect, that's just the way it is. I didn't find any use for the optical view, as you can't see the focus at all, and the image border displayed there is inaccurate.

3. The battery. First, the shortest battery life I've ever seen - it dies after less than 200 shots. I mean, hello. Then, the charger is super bulky and has about a mile long cord attached. I mean, another hello. Why is there a cord in the first place + so long and heavy?
Then, this may be minor, but nevertheless was a pretty mindless glitch on Fuji part - the camera allows you insert the battery either left or right, so it is very easy to insert incorrectly, and then wonder why the camera doesn't turn on. Also, you can only see the battery power level in the picture play mode, but not when you are shooting or using other menus.

4. Last but not least. Fuji needs to do a better job writing its manuals. Some important things (how to check the current firmwear on a camera, or how to upgrade to the latest firm wear, for example) are not mentioned at all.

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5.0

LOVE

By Amber

from Kansas

Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

Incredible camera and lens! This was amazing deal! No complaints here!

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5.0

Love it!

By Granz

from Springhill, LA

Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

Should have switched to Fuji X system long ago. I wish I had all the money I put into Sony and Nikon back, so I could put it into Fuji. Simply put, forget about specs! The colors and sharpness this thing produces is incredible. It makes me feel the way I did when I got my first film camera.

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4.0

Great with new Firmware Update

By Elaine

from Gilbert, AZ

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Bargain Purchase
  • Evfovf Choice
  • Improved Af Speed
  • Produces Lovely Pictures
  • Rangefinder Experience
  • Styling

Cons

  • No Diopter Built-in
  • No Tilt Screen
  • Older Design Of Buttons
  • Older Technology

Best Uses

  • Documentary
  • Landscapes
  • Portraits
  • Street Photography

Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

The whole kits is awesome. Lens is sharp and pancake. Great for when you want a small lens. Sad the 27mm doesn't have and Aperture ring but that defeats the tiny size. The new firmware update makes this as fast as my Fuji X-T10. I like the rangefinder styling and ability to use both hybrid and OVF viewfinder. I wanted to use the OVF all the time. Unfortunately I sent this kit back because my eyes can't handle the OVF. There is no diopter adjustment on this camera either. I got eye fatigue quickly. I really wanted to use the OVF as I can see when people enter the frame, and I like that. Too bad my eyes can't deal with it anymore. Oh well, back to the newer models with the Diopter EVF adjustment. Yes, I know there are after market diopters. Too much aggravation to try them out to figure which is best for me. Also, I am leaning towards the Fuji X-T2 when it comes out as I would rather have that lovely tilt screen. I'm keeping my Fuji X-T10, which is the best for size and speed. The X-Pro 1 went back though, even though it was a wonderful deal, just not for my old eyes. Having said that, many people will love this deal (kit), if they have 20/20 eyesight.

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5.0

BH Photo + X Pro 1, a fantastic experience

By fc-racer

from Beijing/Hong Kong

About Me Photo Enthusiast

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Good Image Quality
  • High ISO Performance

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Family Photos
    • Landscape/Scenery
    • Travel

    Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

    Even though the X Pro 1 is discontinued, I wanted to write a review to highlight the incredible service provided by BH Photo. With the recent price reduction, I took the opportunity to order an X Pro 1. I live in China, ordered the camera online on Monday and received it in perfect condition on Friday! I was sent surveys to provide feedback and my one query to customer service was answered quickly. I'm very impressed with BH Photo and also the X Pro 1. It's obviously a bit old, but it still takes great pics, and at the recent price, it makes a great walk around camera.

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    • No

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    5.0

    Much more than I expected

    By matt

    from VT

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

    Six years ago I owned a Leica M8, the x-pro is so much better. Read a lot of reviews which talked about problems with this that and the other. Well, in my opinion this camera is just great, everything about the design and performance is so well thought out. Love it, great way to get into the Fuji x system. I use this camera along with my Nikon F lenses and a Metabones Speed Booster, fantastic.

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    5.0

    Another great product from Fuji.

    By JoshWarrun

    from Boston, MA

    About Me Casual Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
    • Fast Shutter Speed
    • Good Image Quality
    • Good Image Stabilization
    • High ISO Performance
    • Large Clear LCD
    • Quiet

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Family Photos
      • Landscape/Scenery
      • Travel
      • Weddings/Events

      Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

      This is now my second camera in the Fujifilm X-Series. Anticipating a number of trips this calendar year, I purchased the X-Pro1 as a backup camera to my X-E1. Due to my familiarity with the X-Series and my collection of X-Mount lenses, I wanted a back up body. B&H had this item on sale, and it made the purchase a no-brainer.

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      5.0

      The one and only

      By Mendy

      from Palm Desert, Ca

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Good Image Quality
      • High ISO Performance
      • Large Clear LCD
      • Quiet
      • Street Shooter

      Cons

      • Af Not The Best

      Best Uses

      • Family Photos
      • Indoors/Low Light
      • Travel
      • Weddings/Events

      Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

      After 60 years of shooting, I have found my soul mate. I am a street shooter. I always wanted a Leica and this is as close as I will and want to get (unless I win the lotto, in that case a Q would be my dream machine). Match this with the 35mm f2 and you have the perfect shooter.

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      4.0

      this is a very nice camera

      By photomann

      from chicago,illinois

      About Me Photo Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Good Image Quality
      • High ISO Performance
      • Large Clear LCD

      Cons

      • Short Battery Life

      Best Uses

      • Indoors/Low Light
      • Landscape/Scenery
      • Travel

      Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

      although I like this camera, I plan to purchase the x-pro2 very soon.

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      • No

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      5.0

      Great!

      By Chaim

      from Canada

      Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

      Great camera. Great price. Works nicely with the 35 f2 WR.

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      5.0

      A great deal

      By Kevin

      from Tennessee

      Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

      I had wanted to try an x pro 1 for a long time ,and with the current deal I couldn't pass it up. I have a Panasonic G3 and have never loved the images out of it. But the Fuji is defiantly an upgrade for me. I don't regret buying it at all. I love the Fuji colors.

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      5.0

      Perfect travel/walk-about camera. I may buy another!

      By Marty

      from Seacoast, NH

      About Me Photo Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Fast/accurate auto-focus
      • Good Image Quality
      • Good in Low Light
      • Large Clear LCD
      • Nice Body Color
      • Short Lag Time

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Indoors/Low Light
        • Landscape/Scenery
        • Travel
        • Weddings/Events

        Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

        I own a Fujifilm X10 and X30 and have been considering moving from Canon DSLRs to Fujifilm interchangeable lens cameras after the results from the P/S cameras were so good. I feel like I've made the right decision. I carry a camera everywhere and photograph live music in small venues. The XPro-1 handles perfectly, is easy and intuitive to use and focuses the 35mm f2 lens super quickly. No real cons just yet other than battery life but even that isn't bad.

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        5.0

        An old timer still giving great results

        By chambertin1

        from Piedmont Qc Canada

        About Me Semi-pro Photographer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Good Image Quality
        • Good in Low Light
        • Large Clear LCD
        • Nice Body Color
        • Short Lag Time
        • Small / Compact

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Family Photos
          • Landscape/Scenery
          • Travel

          Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

          It's the second time around I buy an X Pro! camera. I first bought it when it came out in 2012 and went to France for a one month trip. I changed system for Micro 4/3rd for size but I was not satisfied with image quality so I came back to Fuji with the X T1. This my second camera with the X T1 and at the price B&H was selling it, I was more than happy to get one. I like the size of the camera, the OVF and with the firmaware updates, it perform very well for my needs.

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          5.0

          Great for travel, urban exploration

          By Travelust

          from Virginia

          About Me Pro Photographer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Good Image Quality
          • Good in Low Light
          • Large Clear LCD
          • Small / Compact

          Cons

          • Lag / Shutter Delay
          • Short Battery Life

          Best Uses

          • Landscape/Scenery
          • Travel

          Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

          I traveled with this camera for 5 months in 11 different countries, mostly by ship. It performed beautifully in the desert, at sea, mountains, beaches and cities. The focus is a bit slow ,but I am not a journalist, and the instances when I did have to shoot fast, it worked great. It's light, easy to carry, and hand hold at slower speeds. I used a Zeiss 32mm and the resulting prints are otherworldly, with beautiful, almost 3D rendering. I got a Fuji 23mm for it, and continued to travel for another month, shooting in cold, wet conditions, and it performed flawlessly.

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          4.0

          Unique and a pleasure to use

          By AZWolf

          from Arizona

          About Me Pro Photographer

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Good Image Quality
          • Hybrid Rangefinderevf
          • Light Weight
          • Superb Lenses

          Cons

          • Short Battery Life

          Best Uses

          • Family Photos
          • Landscape/Scenery
          • Portrait
          • Street And Candid
          • Travel

          Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

          I bought the X-Pro1 with Fuji's superb 18-55mm lens to try out the X-Pro system as a lighter weight alternative to my Sony A7RII system. I am also a lover of rangefinders having owned several Leica RF cameras over the years. Although only a little lighter than the A7 bodies the lenses are substantially lighter and smaller. The hybrid viewfinder is really cool. If you've never used a rangefinder you owe it to yourself to try it. It allows you see what's going on outside the frame as well as no blackout when you shoot. Then just move the lever on the front (your finger will be there naturally) and you get an instant EVF. The EVF is good but not on par with the newest ones (eg. Sony A7) but keep in mind this design is 4 years old. You can't beat the current price on this body- it's less than half the cost of the replacement and not yet available X-Pro2 body. Leica's rangefinders require a mortgage and don't have a hybrid finder. In fact many of the Fujinon lenses are on par with Leica. As a full time professional this won't be my main system but who knows, the X-Pro2 might...

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          5.0

          Updated Perfection

          By Sunamisw

          from NewYork, NY

          Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

          After reading so many reviews on the XPro1,and, so many that were negative (slow focus, etc) you'd think that this camera would be ready for retirement. However, Fuji, with their updates have made the XPro1 and amazing professional tool for a wide variety of photography. Paired with one of Fuji's very sharp lens', or (as I did) a Zeiss Touit 32/1.8 , their is very little a knowledgeable photographer can't accomplish with this combination. This camera provides all the tools needed to create incredible imagery.

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          4.0

          Back in black

          By the walrus

          from Orange County, CA

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Good Image Quality
          • Good in Low Light
          • Large Clear LCD
          • Nice Body Color
          • Small / Compact

          Cons

          • Slow focusing

          Best Uses

          • Indoors/Low Light
          • Landscape/Scenery
          • Street
          • Travel

          Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

          Not too long after the initial release of the X-Pro1 I picked up my first copy of this beast. I was looking for a mirrorless camera and after hearing about all the people jizzing themselves over the X100 then this camera, I just had to give it a try. The auto focus was slow. There were only three lenses unless you adapted other lenses for it. The RAWs didn't play well with Lightroom. Manual focusing with the EVF was as fun as a root canal and I found that zone focusing was probably my best bet. I actually preferred to keep it on manual focus but then pushing the AF buttton since it was faster than the normal method of auto focusing. But I quickly forgot all these little annoyances as soon as I looked at the JPEGs on my computer. It was like the camera read my mind. Then I saw the ISO that these were shot at and scolded my dslr and said "Why can't you be like that!"

          Time passed.

          Then i got the itch when I saw reviews on all these other cameras that had specs that blew the X-Pro1 out of the water on paper. A bajillion AF points, fastest auto focus in two universes, 24 zamillion pixels, the kitchen sink (magnesium alloy). I had a moment of weakness and thought I was trading up. Regret...

          Yes the new camera was better specked. Results were very good. Took a little more finessing but end results were similar and sometimes even better than the Fuji. But it had no soul.

          It felt like I was taking pictures with my PC. The menus reminded me of what it was like to use Windows Vista and I longed for manual dials and a quick menu that made sense.

          Fast forward to 2016 and Fujifilm announced the X-Pro2. Then I did some math, looked at my budget and cried myself to sleep. But hallelujah!!! Clearance sale on the X-Pro1!!! More math...Creative bookeeping, flawed logic, and rationalization later...the X-Pro1 was delivered to my door. "I know we've had our differences but I'm lost without you" I said. Then the delivery guy ran away and I was back in black with the new XF 35mm F2 and 934 firmware updates.

          AF is faster and whoa...focus peaking!?! I still think zone is the way to go. Nice to know it's there though.

          It isn't perfect but neither am I. I just like this kind of imperfect. And of course it looks sexy.

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          5.0

          X- Pro 1

          By Joel H

          from Cincinnati, Ohio

          About Me Pro Photographer

          Verified Reviewer

          Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

          It's hard to really express what I like about the camera. I owned a Fuji XT-1 before I purchased this camera and I honestly struggled to enjoy the XT-1 as much as I thought I should. It's a great camera but it wasn't giving me what I was really looking for in a personal camera. I felt a disconnect from my photography tool.

          I'm a professional that works for a media and marketing company. I'm the company's Cinematographer. I use pro Canon photography and video bodies, Lumix MILCs, BMCCs, Red cameras, and huge cine and photography lenses everyday. That being said I didn't want to use any of those things at home or for my personal work. I wanted a camera that I could be personal with. To view it as an old friend instead of a disposable tool and this camera fits the bill.

          I was trying to explain to my co-workers why I would buy a camera with so many flaws (slow AF, poor usability, learning curve, poor customization, poor Adobe Raw demosaicing and a lack of functionality) and why I would replace a more modern camera with all the bells and whistles like the XT-1 for an older less effective camera. My answer was simple, I can't express what I like about it. It's just comfortable, small, and fun to use.

          And I stick with that answer. It's fun to use. If you're looking for a camera with decent image quality (great jpeg colors), quirky behavior (learning curve when coming from DSLRs or other MILCs), and growing a relationship with your photography tool than look no further. This thing is a blast to use and learning how to use it most effectively just makes me love it more.

          I would never recommend the X-Pro 1 to someone new to photography unless they are very serious about learning the craft. These are serious tools for the price. Designed for photographers more so than many of it's competitors. It'd probably become a hated frustrating tool for a casual or new photographer.

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          5.0

          Love at first Click

          By Alex Leon

          from San diego CA

          About Me Pro Photographer

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Good Image Quality

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Family Photos
            • Indoors/Low Light
            • Travel
            • Weddings/Events

            Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

            The actual bottom line is that I should have bought this camera earlier. The hybrid viewfinder is OK compared to the X-t1 but come on, a deal like the one I got does not come along every day. Image quality is superb! I did the update right out of the box before using because I've read so many reviews and did my homework. I've been longing for this a while now so, yeah. One thing tho, Body feels flimsy and delicate compared to even my x100s or my x100t, buy a half case for it.

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            5.0

            Beautiful to Use

            By Rich

            from Bay Area

            About Me Photo Enthusiast

            Pros

            • Good Image Quality
            • Good in Low Light
            • Great Lenses
            • Joy To Operate

            Cons

              Best Uses

                Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

                Clearly specs lag the latest Sony cameras - but just as a object to own and operate it is awesome.
                Love the rangefinder viewfinder.
                Typrically I use the X-T1 for fast moving things such as sport or child photography - but so long as its not for rapid moving subjects it is great
                The EVF is a generation behind the X-T1 - although the latter is awesome in this perspective.
                Gives access to the awesome Fuji lenses

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                4.0

                Small wonder

                By Hersko

                from San Diego, CA

                About Me Pro Photographer

                Verified Reviewer

                Pros

                • Easy To Use
                • Fast/accurate auto-focus
                • Good Image Quality
                • Good in Low Light
                • Small / Compact

                Cons

                • Short Battery Life

                Best Uses

                • Indoors/Low Light
                • Travel

                Comments about X-Pro1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only):

                Purchased the body with an 18-55mm XF zoom lens. After years of shooting with Nikon SLRs - the heft of which was causing me to leave the cameras behind -- there was a little bit of a learning curve to climb, and the need to adjust to different controls. One of the nicest things about this camera is that anyone who has shot with an old-school film camera -- no matter what brand -- can quickly recall the muscle memory that automatically works the F-stop ring and the shutter speed dial. The controls are, for the most part, well laid out and fall immediately to hand. One of two quibbles I have is that the Q button that brings up the main display and the majority of the feature controls is located exactly at the spot where my thumb naturally falls when I'm toting the camera between shots. This has resulted in settings being inadvertently changed and messing up shots that relied on the original settings.

                The sensor in this thing is incredible. I haven't had anything printed yet, but viewing the images at high magnification on a high-quality computer monitor shows extraordinary image quality. High-ISO shots show very little noise. This quality, along with the camera's small size and nearly silent operation makes it the perfect device for street and event photography. This leads to my second quibble -- manual focusing can be very slow. I think the positives of this camera greatly outweigh any negatives. There is also a nice selection of lenses available. I hope my 35mm F1.4 gets here soon.

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