I’ve been using the Fujifilm X-Pro1 for a while now and recently wrote about my thoughts on this little camera in the June 2012 edition of Professional Photographer magazine. I’m right in the middle of a very busy May and June in terms of Wedding Photography but before I head off to this afternoon’s wedding at The Hare and Hounds I wanted to post a few recent Wedding Photos shot with the X-Pro1.
All of these photos were shot in JPG as Adobe still haven’t released an update to Lightroom yet to support the RAF Raw files from the Fuji Camera.
I’m immensely pleased with the camera. You can read far more of my thoughts in the magazine article but the camera works perfectly for a documentary wedding photographer like myself. I can really blend in with the guests and it offers me so much more latitude on the day.
It’s not the perfect camera (yet) but one that I am becoming more and more confident with as time goes by.
I’m really impressed with the JPG images the camera produces and in combination with the 35mm F/1.4 R and the 18mm F/2.0 R lenses the camera feels sturdy and produces brilliant results. There are some minor issues of course, some of which Fuji have already corrected; full details can be found in the magazine article and I will, in due course, be showing more images in this section of the blog.
Any questions with regards to the Fuju X-Pro1 please feel free to ask in the comments below and I will answer them there.
Fuji X-Pro1 Image #1: ISO 200, 1/125th @ f/8.0 shot with the XF35mm F1.4 R Lens
Fuji X-Pro1 Image #2: ISO 400, 1/125th @ f/1.4 shot with the XF35mm F1.4 R Lens
Fuji X-Pro1 Image #3: ISO 250, 1/125th @ f/14 shot with the XF35mm F1.4 R Lens
Fuji X-Pro1 Image #5: ISO 200, 1/340th @ f/4.0 shot with the XF35mm F1.4 R Lens
Fuji X-Pro1 Image #5: ISO 200, 1/125th @ f/11.0 shot with the XF18mm F2 R Lens
Fuji X-Pro1 Image #6: ISO 1000, 1/30th @ f/2.0 shot with the XF18mm F2 R Lens