Without a platform of its own, Fujifilm’s days in the D-SLR market were always going to be numbered and, when the excellent S5 Pro finished, the brand pretty much vanished off the radar as far as enthusiast-level (and pro) photographers were concerned. Mind you, quite a few photographers have kept their S5s working long after they should have been replaced so there’s been a hope that, sooner or later, Fujifilm would be back in high-end cameras.
This hope was bolstered by the arrival of the FinePix X100 and the expectations it generated, almost immediately, that an interchangeable lens version couldn’t be all that far behind. Fujifilm did nothing to hose down the rumours because, as it happens, the X-Pro1 was already in existence when the X100 was launched.
Thank-you for looking up aour review of the Fujifilm X Pro1 Review. This equipment review is currently available only as a low-resolution pdf version of the original magazine pages originally printed in the March April 2012 issue
You can download it here: Fujifilm X Pro1 Review.pdf