Summary Fujifilm X-Pro1

Prices Price
Body only
With 35mm lens
Score Snapsort rank
Within its price range
#n/a of 1
Among similar cameras
#n/a of 2
Specifications Key specs
Sensor size
Help APS-C 23.6x15.6mm
Screen resolution
Help 1,230k dots
Help 16 MP
Movie format
Help 1080p @ 24fps
Screen size
Help 3"
Light sensitivity
Help 6,400 ISO
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Lenses Lenses
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Fujifilm X-Pro1


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The Fujifilm X-Pro1 vs other recent mirrorless cameras

Screen resolution High resolution screen Help
1,230k dots
Thickness Thin Help


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The Fujifilm X-Pro1 vs other recent mirrorless cameras

Movie format Full HD Help
1080p @ 24fps
Image stabilization No image stabilization Help
Risk of blur
Continuous shooting Slow continuous shooting Help
6 fps
Touch screen No touch screen Help
More buttons
Weather sealed No weather sealing Help
Need to shelter it from weather
Autofocus contrast detection autofocus Help
slower focusing
External mic jack Lacks an external mic jack Help
Limited to the in-camera mic
Announced Old Help
January 2012
Popularity Not so popular Help
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High-speed framerate High speed movies Help
Not supported
Viewfinder size Small viewfinder Help
Light sensitivity Poor maximum light sensitivity Help
6,400 ISO
True resolution Lower true resolution Help
16 MP
Screen flips out Fixed screen Help
Less flexible
Battery life Shorter battery life Help
300 shots
Lens availability Slightly fewer lenses available Help
58 lenses
Built-in flash No built-in flash Help


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Avatar for Snapsort Snapsort (1:38 PM, June 04, 2012)
Hello @yahoo-FUXVUPPRCJ4VQ326CULC4AHXW4:disqus , Snapsort uses DxOMark scores to determine the image quality of a camera, unfortunately they have yet to publish their image quality test results for the X-Pro1. Once they do I am sure the X-Pro1 will rank better. 
Avatar for Bon Bon (2:35 AM, June 03, 2012)
I used to like this website, it seemed a clever way of comparing cameras. But after seeing where the X-Pro1 ranks in your so called comparison I have changed my mind. Sure it's not cheap and the auto focus is a little on the slow side, but the image quality is superb. In the mirrorless world the X-Pro1's image quality is second to none, yet in the eyes of Snapsort is doesn't even rank. If I select "mirrorless" and "overall image quality" I would expect that this would be on top, but alas you seem to have forgotten poor Fujifilm in favour of Sony and Pentax, I'm not saying they're imaging isn't good, but c'mon, seriously the X-Pro1 doesn't even get a mention.
You say that is slightly large and heavy, but when compared to DSLR cameras offering similar image quality it is actually quite small and lightweight.
Also the price you mention for 'body only' is the amount I paid for body + 35mm lens.

Fail - Try again Snapsort.
Avatar for Steve Down Steve Down (3:12 PM, April 10, 2012)
3 issues with your assessment of the X-Pro1. First, it absolutely does have an in-camera panorama mode. Go to the DRIVE menu and choose Panorama and follow the instructions. Second, you mention "short exposures" - the camera has a bulb mode that, with a very cheap, standard cable release can take very long exposures. Third, you mention, "very expensive", with a cost of over $2,600 - At most retailers (Amazon, B&H, Adorama, J&R, etc.) the body sells for $1,699 and the 18mm and 35mm lenses cost $599 each. Amazon will give you free shipping and no sales tax, for a total of $2,298 with one lens. Expensive? Perhaps, but your cost figure is off by over $300.
Avatar for Jonas N Jonas N (11:51 AM, March 16, 2012)
Amazing camera. Almost a perfect mirrorless. The only thing I would watch out for (try it in a store first!) is its auto focus speed, and also its own, new, lens system offering very few lenses. Those that are there seem to perform very well though, and more should be available in the future with adapters as well as Fujifilm's own forthcoming introductions, of course.

I personally own the X100 and I'm still happy with that one. I bought that in December, knowing this one was on the horizon. I personally believe that having a fixed lens on the camera is strangely liberating. There's no need to think about or worry whether that lens would be the best, since you have no choice. It gives me a bit of a peace of mind.

Still, I'd rather go with this X-Pro1 if I didn't already own a DSLR (Nikon D90). I think this one is a far better choice if it's going to be your only camera.