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New technology

Traditional rangefinder-like design working in combination with Fuji’s digital technology. You’ll love it from the moment you pick it up.

Focusing

49-points selectable AF

No fewer than 49 focus points ensure autofocus operates swiftly and accurately, recognising the primary subject and bringing it into focus. The active autofocus point is selectable within the position of the AF frame.

0.01s shutter lag

When using the optical viewfinder, shutter lag is reduced to a minimum, resulting in fewer missed opportunities when timing is critical.

High-speed contrast-detection autofocus

The contrast-detection autofocus system in the X-Pro1 is faster than previous versions of this technology, thanks to the speed of the new EXR image processor and the design of the CMOS sensor.

Dual manual-focus methods

Distance and depth-of-field scales are shown in the viewfinder, together with an aperture value, providing a helpful guide for focusing. Focus can be adjusted manually by rotating the focus ring on the front of the lens while checking the image in live view. Focus-point zoom is available for focus confirmation.

Other focus features

AF assist lamp for low-light scenes

An AF assist lamp automatically illuminates a subject in low light, assisting autofocus and aiding composition.

Accurate AF, even up close

Focusing is accurate and precise, even in macro photography situations where depth of field is limited at close focusing distances.

Film simulation mode

Colour reversal film

Drawing on Fujifilm’s impressive heritage in professional transparency film, the X-Pro1 offers photographers colour reproduction modes that are based on classic emulsions from the era of film photography. Landscapers will love the vivid, bold colours of Velvia, while portrait photographers will appreciate the Astia simulation mode for its softness and skin tones. Provia is also present offering accurate colour reproduction and a natural look and feel.

PROVIA

Velvia

ASTIA

NEW Colour negative film

Most commonly used in studio photography, PRO Neg.Std is ideal for portrait photography due to its extremely soft gradation for perfect reproduction of skin tone.

Pro Neg.Hi has a slightly harder gradation - great for fashion photography due to its sharper, more vivid effect which makes clothes stand out.

PRO Neg Std.

PRO Neg Hi.

Monochrome photography

The X-Pro1 is as much at home shooting black & white images as it is capturing colour. A selection of filter effects allows you to simulate the effect of coloured filters in front of the lens, which drastically changes the way that various colours are represented in black & white. Use yellow, orange or red filters to add depth and texture to dramatic skies, or a green filter to enhance skin tones in portraits.

No filter

Yellow filter

Red filter

Green filter

Expanded dynamic range

Capture images as your eye sees them, using dynamic-range control to hold detail in dark shadow areas and bright highlights. The X-Pro1 can apply dynamic-range control automatically or you can select the degree to which the tonal range is compressed yourself, choosing from 100 to 400%.

(Left) 100% (Right) 400%
  • 100%
  • 400%

Powerful built-in auto bracketing functions

Sometimes a shot is too important to leave things to chance. Cover all eventualities by bracketing exposure, ISO, dynamic range and film mode, then decide which of the capture images you like best when you return home.

Dynamic Range Bracketing

Press the shutter once and the X-Pro1 will capture three exposures of the same scene in rapid succession, each using a different dynamic range setting (100%, 200% and 400%).

(Left) 100% (Center) 200% (Right) 400%
  • 100%
  • 200%
  • 400%

Film simulation bracketing

Capture three images using different film simulation modes – PROVIA, Velvia and ASTIA – with just one press of the shutter release button.

(Left) PROVIA (Center) Velvia (Right) ASTIA
  • PROVIA
  • Velvia
  • ASTIA

Auto-expsoure bracketing

In tricky lighting situations it’s often best to capture images at different exposures to make sure you get the photograph you want. The X-Pro1 can do this for you automatically, varying exposure in 1/3, 2/3 and whole stops.

Vary ISO sensitivity between frames (in 1/3, 2/3 or whole stops) to ensure you get the right trade-off between camera shake and low noise - resulting in the best image quality possible.

High-speed continuous shooting at 5fps

Shoot at 5 frames per second for a maximum of 10 shots in a row, thanks the new, speedy EXR image processor and CMOS sensor. Great for fast moving subjects and on-the-fly street photography.

RAW shooting

The X-Pro1 can capture JPEG files for convenience, 12-bit RAW files for the ultimate in image quality or both. Choose between Fine, Normal, Fine+RAW, Normal+RAW or RAW.

In-camera RAW converter

Process RAW files in camera, choosing white balance, exposure compensation and even film simulation modes retrospectively. The results are saved to memory card separately from the original file, which is left unchanged. No PC required!

RAW conversion software included

Included with the camera is SILKPIX® software, which not only allows precise adjustment and processing of Raw files, but also playback of HD video. RAW files from the X-Pro1 can be processed in a number of popular software packages, including Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. Also

Motion Panorama 180 - Photo Gallery Quality

Sweep the X-Pro1 through an angle of up to 180° and create stunning panoramic photographs without the need for post processing on your PC or Mac. Even when printed at A3 size there is no drop in image quality. Hold the camera vertically to include more top-to-bottom in the scene.

Notes

  • * Sample photos are simulated images.