Fujifilm Releases X-Pro1 Sample Photos, M-Mount Adapter on the Way

Fujifilm claims that the sensor in its new X-Pro1 mirrorless camera system beats DSLR sensors (both crop and full frame) in resolution and signal/noise ratio. To give salivating photographers a taste of the camera’s image quality, the company has released 9 full-resolution JPEG images shot at different settings and focal lengths. The photo above was captured at ISO 1600 (check out the full-res here). They also provide a glimpse into the camera’s film simulation mode, as each one was shot in either Velvia or Provia mode.

At CES the company also announced that they’ll be releasing a lens adapter for the camera that will make it compatible with Leica M-mount lenses as well as old Fujinon lenses.

(via 1001 Noisy Cameras)

  • Hexx

    it doesn’t look like 100% crop

  • Mantis


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  • Benn8110

    Its not really a full-res?!
    Whats the point of a “clean” iso 1600 pic with a resof 1200x…, thats easy….

  • Egor Fedorov

    As a not very

  • Tran-Shawn Yu

    why dont you check the links…

  • Tran-Shawn Yu

    im impressed for sure… even the x100 had amazing IQ but there were too many issues that pushed me to return it…

    I was hoping the xpro1 would solve all the issues and come in around 1300 with a lens but I guess ill look into the nex7 instead.

  • gerbablo

    Anybody know if the mirror-less system is compatible with flash?