The X-M1 is the smallest and lightest CSC in Fuji’s line-up, yet boasts the same sensor as the much-lauded X-Pro1. Amy Davies of our testing team puts it to the test in her Fuji X-M1 review video.
The Fuji X-M1 – the new compact system camera announced by Fujifilm – incorporates the same APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor as the Fuji X-Pro1, which has out-performed full-frame DSLRs in our previous testing.
Fuji X100S Review: the Fuji X100 proved popular with enthusiast photographers looking for a high-end compact camera that produces images on a par with a DSLR. In her Fuji X100S review video, our head of testing takes an in-depth look at what this X100 replacement has to offer.
Fujifilm has come on strong of late, launching a slew of new cameras with cutting-edge features. Does the Fuji X20 carry on this trend? Amy Davies of our testing team puts this Fuji X10 replacement through its paces in her latest review video.
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The Fuji X-E1 is the latest addition to the company’s premium X range of cameras, and is the second to feature to feature interchangeable lenses. Here Amy Davies of our testing team takes a look at what the camera has to offer in her Fuji X-E1 review video.
Inside Fuji’s first compact system camera (CSC), the Fuji X-Pro1, is a 16.3 million pixel X-Trans CMOS that produces images of up to 15.89MP. This means that when images are printed at 300ppi, they are just a small fraction short of full A3 size – ideal for most enthusiast photographers.
Although this sensor is APS-C sized, Fuji claims that its cunning design enables the X-Pro1 to produce images that are superior to those from a full frame DSLR like the Canon EOS 5D Mark II or Nikon D700.
The Fujifilm X Pro 1 compact system camera has beaten the Leica M9 and some of the top full frame DSLRs, including the Canon EOS 5D Mark II, in resolution tests conducted by our testing team.
When the Fuji X Pro 1 was announced back in January, a ripple of disbelief spread around the globe after Fuji claimed that its APS-C sized sensor was capable of producing better results than full-frame cameras.