Fujifilm XF1, a charming retro compact
After surprising all and sundry with the Fujifilm X100 and X10, two cameras that stand out for their great technical features but especially so careful design, the company has just added to the XF1 X family, another little beauty that personalization features in three colors, a good sensor and a price far more affordable than some of its bigger brothers.
A large sensor
The Fujifilm EXR sensor mounted XF1 CMOS 2/3 inch 12 megapixel ing positions adjustable with an optical zoom lens not interchangeable Fujinon 4x (25-100 mm in 35 mm equivalent) with a range of openings ranging from af/4.9 f/1.8.
This objective also includes an image stabilizer system and lets you focus on just 3 centimeters. The sensor mounts a rapid autofocus 0.15 seconds between shots with minimum time of 0.8 seconds and a start of 05 seconds, allowing the recording of Full HD video with the ability to move the zoom and take pictures while recording.
Zoom light and easy handling
The zoom control mode is in the ring while the lens aperture and the shutter speed can control from the rear wheel attached to a revamped interface and improved graphical touch with the rest of the range X and coming on a 3-inch 460,000-dot.
In one aspect where tastes come perosnales much, but compared to other models that mount motor zoom in zoom ring opening controls, such as the recent LX7 Panasonic or Leica, rotate to adjust the power management provides Zoom much faster, and especially precise solvent. It is designed specifically for XF1.
Price, colors and availability
The XF1 comes in black, red and brown and will be available in November at a price still unknown.